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Employee Engagement - Inclusion in the Workplace
Thu 13 October 2016, 08:00 – 10:00 BST
Top up your engagement expertise for free on October 13th
Engage for Success | Share + Learn + Inspire Network | Greater Birmingham | 13th October 2016 | 8.00am – 10.00am
The Greater Birmingham Engage for Success network brings engagement professionals together to share, learn and inspire each other.
And, thanks to Hays, we’ve got good coffee and breakfast to share in central Birmingham while we listen to inclusion expert Gabrielle Foster Ferguson. Gabrielle is going to tell us about reverse mentoring and how it is improving engagement and inclusion at global tech giant CA technologies.
It’s a good time to talk about diversity. In the wake of the referendum result people feel more uncertain about the future and there is a perception that discrimination is on the rise. Employee engagement is more important to succeed than ever and yet these cultural shifts might make it all the more challenging to deliver improvement.
We’re indiscriminate about our network. As long as you are local, prepared to share your experience, ready to book in advance and commit to attending on the day - you can join us. Book in now to learn and share as places are limited.
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Whether a novice or an expert, do join us on October 13th to share + learn + be inspired with likeminded people who work every day to improve employee engagement.
8.00 – 8.30am Breakfast refreshments| Networking
8.30 – 9.50 Share |Learn | Inspire Employee Engagement - Inclusion in the Workplace
9.50 – 10.00 Feedback | Next event
Hays Human Resources (our sponsor for this meeting)
St Philips House
4 St Philips Place
About our speaker: Gabrielle Ferguson, Talent Development Partner EMEA, CA Technologies
Gabrielle joined CA Technologies in November 2015 after holding roles in organisational development across the higher education, investment banking and charity sectors. Her role as Talent Development Partner for EMEA is multifaceted, focusing on talent development, diversity and HR Operations (data/analytics). This includes projects such as EMEA Employee Opinion Survey action planning/analysis, On-boarding and New Hires, Unconscious Bias, Mentoring, Succession Planning, delivering the Leadership Development Programme and supporting the wider Talent Management agenda. As a member of the core advisory team for EMEA THRIVE, our diversity and inclusion programme, Gabrielle is also the lead for both the Gender and Generational THRIVE groups as well as leading the EMEA THRIVE strategy.