Inspired Selection’s Webinar Series

We are excited to announce a new series of inspirational webinars engaging with industry experts far and wide to discuss themes relevant to today’s publishing landscape. Find out more here & sign up for free to our first webinar on Thursday 8th October 2020 at 16.00 BST where we will discuss “A Roadmap for Positive Change: Agility & Adaptability in Publishing”.

Covering a wide variety of topics, including (but not limited to): adaptability, returning to the workplace, virtual on-boarding, inclusive hiring strategies, innovation and collaboration, employee wellbeing, interview best-practice and much, much more. We will address how through positive change organisations and employees are adapting and shaping the workplace, paving the way for a bright publishing future!

The interactive webinars will last 30 minutes and take place via Zoom. It will be a panel Q&A format with the chance for attendees to engage with the speakers and ask their own questions at the end.  

Sign up here for free to our first webinar on Thursday 8th October 2020 at 16.00 BST.

 

In this first webinar, we will hear from publishing experts how they and their organisations have adapted and thrived during times of change. We will touch on the positives that have arisen, and look to build on these to fuel our future success. Our panellists will share their insight and discuss the wealth of opportunities that lie ahead for the industry as people and companies continue to demonstrate their agility and adaptability. We are delighted to have on the panel of experts:

  • Sanphy Thomas, Managing Director at Jessica Kingsley Publishers and Director of Professional Publishing at John Murray Press. Sanphy is an inspirational leader who built up her career both at SAGE and Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Teniel Pillai, HR Director at Encyclopaedia Britannica, an experienced human resources director in the digital publishing industry.
  • Sarah Caro, Publishing Director at Basic Books. Sarah is an experienced Publisher with a history of working in both trade and academic sectors of the industry.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Sign up for free here!