As the Chamber’s flagship event, Windsor Debates formulates clear and decisive messages that help shape and frame TVCC’s strategic policy direction and wider programme of activity. New insights emerging from these events are fed into our which outlines the opportunities and challenges the Chamber wants to champion in the year ahead.
Our cast of keynote speakers for September is growing and currently includes:
Louise Brownhill, Chief Learning Officer and Chief HR Officer, PwC
Amanda Clack, Chair of Trustees, University College of Estate Management (UCEM)
Phil Hindley, Head of Team & Culture, Vibe Teaching
Adam Gordon, Head of Field Services, Ericsson
Marcus Johnson, Senior Operating Director, Page Personnel
Samantha Knowlton, Principal, UTC Oxfordshire
Loy Lobo, Founder, Digital Health Strategist, Innovator & Leader. Immediate Past President, Digital Health Council, Royal Society of Medicine
Hugh Milward, General Manager, Corporate, External, Legal, Microsoft
Dr Naeema Pasha, Director of Equity Diversity & Inclusion and Director of Henley Careers & Professional Development, Henley Business School
Following the daytime debate, we invite our guests to stay for the evening programme. This begins with Evensong in St. George’s Chapel (optional) and is followed by a drinks reception and evening meal with a keynote speaker.
This bi-annual event, where “Chatham House Rules” are applied, creates space and, more importantly, time for invited guests to consider, reflect and grapple with a range of significant topics. Space and time for our guests to discuss, argue cogently and listen carefully. Space and time for people to disagree civilly, find common ground, test each other’s intellectual position, perhaps even reach consensus. Through participation we hope in a small way to nurture wisdom and provide personal business development.