The Boardroom Club | Grow! In Resilience
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“The uncertainty looks like it will last for the foreseeable future. To deal with and conquer the fears, anxiety and stress, you will need to become resilient.”

Forbes, 2022


2022 was forecast to be the year of growth. Yet, we are going through time of flux; the geo-political situation in Eastern Europe is devastating – and set to spark repercussions throughout the world. In the past few weeks alone, gas prices have reached an all-time high and the cost of energy has soared by 54%, costing the UK economy billions of pounds [McKinsey, 2022]. In this era of uncertainty, it is crucial that leaders remain resilient and persevere through times of strife.


With the world around us continuing to complexify, senior executives are still required to make high stake decisions daily. Indeed, 65% of board level decisions are now more complicated than they were just two years ago [Gartner, 2022]. The two pillars of resilience are preparation, and flexibility; therefore, its essential leaders are adequately equipped with the data and analytics tools to facilitate quick decision making and remove uncertainty.


The next 12 months will be make or break, with only the most resilient and equipped leaders successfully guiding their organisation through this uncertainty. As a senior executive, how will you ensure you have the tools, strategy, and team buy-in to come out on top?


Ollie Ollerton’s military career started with the Royal Marine Commandos, and later after completing the arduous 6-month special forces section course, joined the SBS (Special Boat Service), where Ollie faced some of his greatest challenges. From counter-narcotics to hostage rescue, his mind and body were pushed to the very limits of human ability.


Having shot to fame on Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins, Ollie is well-loved for his no-nonsense yet empathetic personality. Ollie believes that goal setting and persistence is the key to success in private and professional worlds, so uses his experience to inspire tenacious determination and effective planning for his motivational speaking engagements.



The Boardroom Club is open to senior

executives of FTSE350-sized

organisations. Our members include:


Chief Operating Officer, BNP Paribas
Chief Operating Officer, Network Rail
Chief Financial Officer, Santander
Chief Information Officer, Allen & Overy
Global Chief Information Officer, Selfridges
Chief Operating Officer, Rank Group
Chief Operating Officer, Société Générale
Chief Operating Officer, Lloyds Bank
Chief Operating Officer, DWP 

Chief Financial Officer, HMRC
Chief Financial Officer, Vice Media
Chief Financial Officer, AMT Insurance
Chief Technology Officer, Lidl
Chief Operating Officer, ICBC Bank
Deputy Chief Digital Officer, HSBC
Chief Operating Officer, Barclays
Chief Data Officer, Willis Towers Watson
Chief Information Officer, Virgin Care 


Places are limited at this meeting, so please

register as soon as possible and the Club Director

will confirm your place within 24-hours.



All of our meetings are collaborative and informative, designed to give you actionable ideas you can take back to your business the next day. This virtual meeting is no different. Prior to the virtual meeting taking place, each attendee is interviewed to understand their interests and perspective. Those who register early will also contribute towards the Think! series of reports, which are published prior to each virtual meeting.

Webinar experience


The Club is supported by our partners at SAS Software, the number 1 AI and advanced analytics software platform. With a scope to cover all sectors, SAS use machine learning to fight fraud, computer vision to improve cancer survival rates, and natural language processing to increase customer understanding.


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James Harris

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Georgina Hayes

Club Director

Camilla Jørgensen

Research Director
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Philippa Brown

Research Director

George Parry

Research Director
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Elle Brasier

Operations Manager

If you have a question about attendance, please contact me:


Georgina Hayes

Club Director 

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3322 6788


Address: 18-20 Huntsworth Mews, Marylebone NW1 6DD