Guest speaker: Michael Adamson, Chief Executive, British Red Cross.
Join Michael Adamson as he leads our February Roundtable discussion: ‘How organisations can champion causes to achieve real change’.
British Red Cross is the country’s leading voluntary crisis response organisation, and part of the worldwide Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
Mike is responsible for all of the British Red Cross’ UK and International work. Prior to his appointment, he held several other senior positions within BRC, including Managing Director of Operations. Mike has also worked as a Director of Commissioning in the NHS and spent five years as Managing Director for Services at another national charity. He began his career as an economist in management consultancy.
Mike is currently:
- Chair of Voluntary Sector National Emergency Partnership
- Trustee of National Emergency Trust
- Member of the NHS Prevention Board
- Trustee of Catch 22
- Member of the Foreign Secretary’s Human Rights Advisory Panel
- Trustee of the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)
- Member of CASS External Advisory Panel for Charities Masters
About our Roundtables
The aim is to bring together a small number of people who would welcome an open discussion about the subject based on their insight and knowledge. Each is hosted by a leading thinker in culture change, sustainable business or stakeholder engagement, who will share their views and experience before opening the discussion up to the room. An early evening bite to eat and refreshments are provided, and all sessions observe Chatham House Rules – so everyone can speak openly and honestly.
Join us in central London on Tuesday 4 February from 5pm (session to start at 5:30pm). Sign up using the form below or email Elaine.Smith@corporateculture.co.uk to reserve your place.