San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Now more than ever it's crucial to identify, nurture, inspire and develop the hidden talent in your staff to help steer your business through difficult times.
Effective, practical techniques lie at the heart of good business development models.
Drawing from best practice in talent management programmes used by leading businesses, we have carried out research and developed models that work in businesses of all sizes.
At this free full day forum you will discover some of the fundamental strategies you need to understand in order to recruit, develop and support talent in your company.
You will hear from:
- Sheena Pickersgill, HR Consultant, Gordons - HR and legal issues relating to talent management
- Howard Awbery, CEO, Awbery Management Centre - High performance and selection techniques
- Andy King, Assistant Director Operations, Directorate of Educational Capability, Army HQ - Effective probationary periods, identifying and streaming talent
- Henry Stewart, CEO, Happy - A campaign to create happy workplaces, where people are valued and motivated and can work to their full potential.
This event will suit anyone interested in getting the most out their staff and colleagues.
The event begins with registration and refreshments at 10am and finishes at 4pm. Lunch and refreshments are included.
Places are limited but please do feel free to invite colleagues or contacts who might be interested in attending.
For further information please contact Ervin Picari at email@example.com or call 07827 947 520 or 0845 678 2 888.
We look forward to seeing you!
This programme has received co-investment from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills through the Employer Investment Fund.
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