Personal leadership and resilience focus for Leadership Masterclass

Published on Thu, 25/08/2022 - 11:34

The third Masterclass in Airmic’s 2022 Leadership Masterclass Series will take place on 29 September.

After a summer recess, Airmic welcomes back members to the third Masterclass in its 2022 Leadership Masterclass Series, on the topic of ‘Developing Personal Leadership, Resilience & Agility’.

This professional development event will take place on 29 September at The Naim Dangoor Auditorium, Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Sponsored by Sompo International, it will take a deep dive into how leaders can continue to act as role models, set a vision, develop their own behaviours and competencies, and engender leadership in others across their organisations, while remaining resilient and agile in a turbulent environment.

ʺSompo International is thrilled to sponsor this Airmic Masterclass, because it speaks to our core values, of which agility and development are just two,” says Julian James, CEO, Global Markets, Commercial P&C, Sompo International.

“For organisations to excel in this volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world, it is more critical than ever to stay agile and resilient. And leaders are more challenged today than ever to adapt and change to the times.”

The Masterclass will be led by three award-winning speakers:

  • James Arroyo OBE, Director, Ditchley Park
  • Dr Joanna Abeyie MBE, Founder & Director, Blue Moon, and Interim Head of Creative Diversity, BBC
  • Maxine Goddard, Senior Vice President, Strategic Distribution & Development, Sompo International.

“We recognise that people are at the centre of everything we do and are committed to professional development,” says Julian.

“We marry functionality, rigorous talent processes that support strategic and cultural objectives, and the vitality and emotional commitment by management that is reflected in daily actions, to build an agile and resilient organisation, and a workforce that is prepared for the future and poised for success,” he adds.

You can register for this two-hour breakfast Masterclass, which is free to all Airmic members, by emailing Adam Ireland, Head of Learning, Airmic, at:

Places are in high demand, with only a few left, so we recommend registering as soon as possible.