We are delighted to open the bookings for this year's Annual Conference.
This has proved to be a very popular event, year on year, so we would encourage you to book early and avoid disappointment.
We have changed the format slightly this year so that you can attend four presentations and participate in one of two workshops. In addition to this, we have invited a range of exhibitors specialising in HR related services.
Registration will begin from 3.00pm with the first presentation at 3.30pm.
3.30 pm Keynote speech – Andy Lancaster, CIPD Lead for Learning & Development
Our world is moving increasingly fast!
As we strive for organisational effectiveness in an ever-changing world, workforce development is a key in ensuring that we successfully embrace change.
However, the learning that will effectively support the necessary transition is not a traditional face-to-face offering. Organisations that will thrive must shift to an agile learning approach delivered in the heat of the business.
So, how can we make organisational learning and development more agile?
4.00 pm Rethinking Working Relationships – David Sales, First Ascent & Emergenetics UK
How do we manage working relationships in a rapidly changing business context? How do we equip ourselves to understand and manage the differences between Generation X, Y and Z? Looking at brain science we will try and answer these questions.
4.30 pm Case Study – Journey to achieving Employer of Choice Accolades, Ben Goode, LSI Architects
Ben Goode will share with us his experience of achieving Best Employer Award and Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies Award and what this means to them.
5.00 pm Network, exhibition and refreshments
6.00 pm Workshop – choice of either Coaching Managers through Conflict or Executive Decision
Coaching Managers through Conflict – Facilitated by Carol Wilkinson, a highly regarded coach, trainer and dispute resolution practitioner
Executive Decision – Nicola from H&H will lead on this interactive workshop which challenges senior executives and HR professionals to consider their knowledge of the conditions that need to be set by a company in order to create a culture of engagement.
6.45 pm HR Analytics, Win Dhat, Kates Kessler
The capability to synthesise information is probably the most crucial skill for the 21st century.
The skill of synthesis is particularly crucial for corporate leaders, given that the decisions they make are fraught with big-picture complexity and the consequences of those decisions are often momentous.
In this session we talk about what this requires in practical terms and provide a brief view of the models required to be developed to make this happen.
7.15 pm Wellbeing at Work, Professor Kevin Daniels
Professor Kevin Daniels will be looking at Work and Wellbeing and sharing his thoughts and findings from the work carried out by the UEA and Employment Systems and Institutions Group.
7.45 pm Closing Remarks, Andy Lancaster
Andy will provide his closing remarks
We look forward to seeing you there.
Professional photography and video production may take place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.