Olympic Legacy Series - Organisational Resilience at the Core of Corporate Success

  • date20 Mar 2015
  • CPD Points5 CPD points
  • Time10:00-16:00
  • Event typeLive Event
  • Venue Fieldfisher
    Riverbank House
    2 Swan lane
    London EC4R 3TT

We are pleased to invite you to the inaugural Olympic Legacy and Resilience Workshop. This is the first of a series of events that will present the benefits of Organisational Resilience to your business or event. This exclusive event will be hosted at Fieldfisher’s London offices in Riverbank House and will be led by our partners, the UK’s National Security and Resilience Consortium (NS&RC).

The NS&RC is an organisation with world-leading, global experience in designing resilience and security solutions for businesses, major events and critical infrastructure.

Drawing from the NS&RC’s unique experience, we will introduce the UK’s British Standard for Organisational Resilience to develop a shared understanding of organisational resilience and the benefits to your organisation. Experts in organisational resilience and security planning will share their knowledge and experience.


"Organisational Resilience helps an organization to achieve its strategic and corporate objectives and fulfil its core purpose by enabling the organization to anticipate, and respond and adapt to, acute or sudden shocks and chronic or incremental changes, such that it survives and prospers into the future."

British Standard 65000, Organisational Resilience

The speakers will include:

John Baker: Global Head of Operations for the NS&RC

Michael Fuller MBE: Chief Executive of Global Resilience. Michael was responsible for the design and implementation of the UK’s National Olympic Security Coordination Centre and the design of the Security Architecture for the 2014 Brazil World Cup.

Richard Barnes: The former Deputy Mayor of London and author of the acclaimed Safe Cities Paper following the 7/7 London bombings.

Ben Fletcher: Formerly the Programme Lead for the development of the 2012 Olympic Safety and Security Strategy and now the Director of Communications and Public Affairs at the London Legacy Development Corporation, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The outcomes of the workshop will enable you to:

  • Develop a shared understanding of the risks, threats and incidents that may affect your business operations and reputation
  • To understand how to utilise resilience planning to improve efficiency and efficacy
  • To understand the characteristics of a 'Resilient Organisation'
  • To create long-term relationships with leading corporate entities and world acclaimed experts

Places are limited and will be filled very quickly.

* All delegates will receive a 5-hour Continuous Professional Development certificate

For further information please contact:

John Baker – Head of Global Operations, NS&RC

+44 (0) 7930 478178

Michael Fuller MBE MBA – Chief Executive, Global Resilience

+44 (0) 7506 674940



£595.00 (ex VAT) per delegate, including all workshop material slides and luncheon.  A maximum of 2 additional places for an individual company are available at a cost of  £395.00 per delegate.


Members of the NS&RC receive a 20% discount and may bring an additional guest for only £295.00

Government departments or serving members of the Armed Forces are entitled to a discount of £150.00 off the normal delegate cost of £595.00 and may bring a colleague at a cost of only £195.00

For an ‘early bird’ discount of 10%, please register to attend and complete payment before 20th February 2015.

Registration for this event will close on 9th March 2015.


For further details and to see the full programme, please follow this link.


Riverbank House
2 Swan lane
London EC4R 3TT