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TCI Member Exclusive: Options appraisal webinar next month

Hi Members!

Earlier this year, we held a series of targeted focus groups to understand what some of our Members enjoyed, disliked and wanted more of from their Institute Membership. One consistent request was to provide topical webinars. We listened and have invested in new software to ensure webinars run smoothly and have a professional look. The webinars are going to be held in your Members Area and you’ll need to log in and enter your information before the webinar begins.

The first webinar of 2019 will be on options appraisal.

Since 2011, we have seen a significant growth in the number of legal challenges based on how a consultor arrived at the options for a consultation. The focus in these challenges have mostly included one or more claims of biased approaches, biased participation in option development and/or appraisal, not having the right people involved, and/or flawed scoring or consensus models. During this time the Institute has been monitoring the challenges, arguments, debates and what programmes survived scrutiny. We have successfully been advising programmes of change on how to design and undertake options appraisal, in a manner that takes account of unique circumstances but ensures a fair approach that is robust, good practice and hard to challenge.

In the webinar we will share our learning and successes, covering what you need to know about challenges and provide an insight into alternative good practice methods of option appraisal. This will be an opportunity to explore what you feel you need to know, develop your ideas for how you want your organisation to approach option appraisal and get your questions answered.

Do you have any thoughts on topics you would like us to consider? Get in touch!

About the Author

Rebecca is the Institute’s Client Executive. She has experience in a legal environment working within the family law department. She studied Politics at Leeds university and took a key in interest in public engagement. Her role provides the Institute with knowledge and up to date case law for the benefit of clients. She has spent time working abroad and with international charities.
Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys travelling and chasing the sunshine, cooking, shopping and spending time with her family.

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