Kieran Howells, Head of Content and Erik Niewiarowski, Head of Video Content & Social Media at HR Grapevine introduce the day.
As organisations continue to transform to meet the tectonic shifts of the past two years, they are realising an urgent need to help their people develop new and different skills, improve their workforce readiness, and create significant changes to how work gets done.
Steve Rycroft, AVP Sales & Account Management at Cornerstone, and a panel of experts including Iwan Roberts, Global HR Operations Director at Entain Group, Elizabeth Fairchild, Director of People & Performance at Hallmark Carehomes and Dominic Holmes, Principal, Value & Strategy EMEA at Cornerstone will explore how organisations need to rethink managing and growing their workforces to thrive in today’s modern work environment.
Join the discussion as we tackle these key topics:
Driving skills transformation: with skills fundamental to growth and workforce agility, how can we assess skills, map the gap between current and needed skills, and activate these new skills by buying, borrowing, or building?
Igniting growth in your business and people: forward advancement is at the heart of every organisation – but how do we ensure people and business objectives are aligned on a shared path to success?
Creating purpose, engagement, and community: how can we counter the great resignation and drive retention by a holistic approach to the whole human that provides purpose and productivity
The McKinsey Women in the Workplace 2021 study shows women are increasingly subject to burnout through the pandemic. Prominent economists have warned that women – and in particular mothers – could find themselves on a slower career track if concerns about care and school disruptions lead to more women choosing virtual working.
However, many organisations are finding ways to mitigate these concerns and boost gender inclusion in the new world of work. Following International Women's Day, with its 2022 theme 'Break the Bias', this panel discussion hosted by Bright Horizon's Head of Thought Leadership, Coaching & Consultancy, Jennifer Liston-Smith will explore and identify successful strategies for gender equity in the hybrid working world, including insights from San Johal, Chief People Officer at EDF Energy, and Siri Nomme, Head of Diversity & Social Purpose, EMEA at Norton Rose Fullbright.
This session will discuss:
How to level the hybrid experience for all, to ensure gender inclusion
Understand what leading employers are doing to support family life and empower parents of all genders to participate fully at work
Other forms of inclusion in the workplace and key ways to drive inclusivity
Attend this session for a chance to win a FREE online webinar for your team.
The team at Bright Horizons are offering all attendees to this session the chance to win a FREE online webinar for your team. All live participants with the session will be entered into this special prize draw.
"Working Smart: Managing Time & Boundaries"
How can we work smarter, not harder? What can we do practically to free up more time and make the most of the moments we have in our work and our home lives?
In this session, we'll discuss strategies and best practice tips for more effective conversations and actions with your manager, teams and wider stakeholders in our broader lives.
The webinar will take place on Wednesday 30th March 2022 at 12:30PM GMT.
Diverse workstyles like a four-day week will become commonplace, HR teams will be using agile methodologies like those software teams do today, and predictive HR analytics will become the norm. That was the HR experts’ views on what we can expect from HR in 2030.
Join us for a fireside chat with HR in 2030 report co-author, Charlotte Penny to discuss the findings of Sage’s latest research report ‘HR in 2030’, which looks at HR experts’ views on what to expect in the future world of work, and how HR leaders can prepare.
We will discuss:
What the future of HR holds
What role new technologies, DEI and analytics will play
How HR leaders can upskill today
By the end of the chat, attendees will have clearer insight-led idea of what the future of HR holds and how they can prepare right now.
Are you with us in the opinion that performance management can only be effective if supported by broader conversations? Do you agree that the one to one conversation is THE single most important productivity tool a manager has?
If so, please join us to discuss the importance of the employee manager conversation and how the optimum frequency, breadth of subject matter and effectiveness of the conversation is absolutely paramount to drive the performance of today's workforce.
Anna Rasmussen, CEO & Founder at OpenBlend and Ruth Filor, Global Head of Talent at Superdry will discuss how businesses can:
Address the support needed to drive the right conversations at the right time
Gain insight into the type and effectiveness of conversations
Ensure their performance management process is not only modernised but also effective
The wants and needs of the modern workforce have changed, and your employee engagement efforts need to be adapted accordingly. Traditionally, wages have been the deciding factor for many people when it comes to leaving and joining companies. However, the tables have turned in recent times, and studies show that flexibility and benefits are arguably the biggest considerations.
This makes it more important than ever to build an effective and sustainable benefits and rewards strategy. Join Mona Akiki, Chief People Officer at Perkbox, as she discusses the four key pillars to build around — ensuring you can meet the needs of your current and future employees. Get her insight on:
The key pain points faced by HR leaders
Building a happier and healthier workforce
How your Employee Value Proposition can be used to save time, money and energy
Even before the pandemic struck, smart HR teams were thinking about how to re-engineer their organisations to help them better survive in a fast-changing, increasingly volatile, unpredictable and complex world.
What we have seen over the past year is an acceleration of that change, and some truly inspirational responses to how, when, why and where to work. It’s a mega-transformation that challenges the pre-conceived notions of working life - the likes of which has not been experienced since the Industrial Revolution.
In this panel discussion, we will explore how organisations are embracing innovation in skills development, internal mobility and supporting technologies to build more agile, connected, purposeful and inclusive organisations that are fit for the modern workforce.
During the session, we’ll explore:
How to optimise your workforce in a remote, flexible and hybrid working world
How to motivate and empower your people to drive productivity and performance
How to ensure your organisation has a sustainable stream of expertise in this tough employment market
Effective leadership, learning strategy, thriving teams and workplace culture are fundamental concepts in today's HR & L&D landscape.
To build strong foundations for an engaged workforce, we would encourage taking a holistic approach, where all elements intersect and feed into each other.
This is how you will achieve the company culture you want.
Join our panel of experts in L&D, content curation, learning science and leadership, who will share their experience and guidance on how to:
Build Connection · Encourage learning cultures
Establish thriving teams
Prepare our brains for better learning!
You will have the opportunity to share your challenges, wins and learnings, and come away with access to a curated playlist and bespoke resources to help you on your journey.
Attend this session for a chance to win a £250 Red Letter Days gift voucher!
Go1 are offering everyone who streams their exciting session before 5pm on 24th March 2022 the chance to win a £250 Red Letter Days gift voucher.
As we continue to adapt to the new world of work, HR leaders continue to face tough challenges - from navigating the cost of living crisis, standing out in a highly competitive recruitment landscape to managing a dispersed workforce.
The good news is that HR and business leaders have the opportunity to look beyond short-term goals and priorities and adjust their employee engagement strategies to create engaged, productive and resilient organisations.
Join Reward Gateway in this session to discuss:
The Great Adjustment - what this means for HR leaders and how your peers are reevaluating strategic priorities to become an employer of choice
Practical tips to build a tailored employee experience that meets new employee needs in continually evolving work environments
How you can best support your employees and the wider business to limit the financial and wellbeing impact of the cost of living crisis
Inspirational success stories from HR leaders on how they’ve developed and put in place impactful employee engagement strategies that are future-proof in the era of The Great Adjustment
Attend this session for a chance to win a FREE copy of "Appreciate it! The Playbook for Employee Recognition"
As more companies from around the world have come to see the value and power of appreciation, they’ve put in place recognition programs. But with 65% of employees saying they don’t feel appreciated and 87% saying their recognition program is “stale, outdated, or used as disguised compensation,” clearly something’s not working.
This book calls for change for anyone who is interested in creating a culture of appreciation through their recognition strategies and programs, one that doesn’t focus on the fancy trophy, expensive gifts or money, but on a feeling.
Stream Reward Gateway's exciting session on employee engagement before 5pm on 24th March 2022 the chance to win a FREE copy of Debra Corey's book "Appreciate it! The Playbook for Employee Recognition".
Companies with international HR operations often struggle to balance the relationship between global and local HR.
When you are able to harness the true potential of your people data, you’ll achieve both global and local visibility, resulting in a detailed picture of how to improve your HR processes across all parts of your business.
During this fireside chat, we'll discuss:
How to visualise both global and country-specific HR efforts
How to increase global HR visibility as well as local compliance
How to handle the entire employment life cycle in one single solution and free up tons of precious HR time in the process
Kieran Howells, Head of Content and Erik Niewiarowski, Head of Video Content & Social Media at HR Grapevine introduce day two of HR Grapevine LIVE 2022.
Globally, 61% of employees are a flight risk, with 38% open to the right opportunity and 23% actively looking. But keeping your best employees is solvable if you’re willing to change the way you think about human capital management. Good compensation, flexibility, and opportunities for growth are critical but they aren’t enough to retain people long-term.
Ceridian’s 2022 Pulse of Talent survey data, collected from more than 6,800 workers from around the globe, shows that a complex set of drivers influences employee career decisions. This is a big opportunity for UK employers, if they are willing to change the way they think about attracting and retaining employees.
During this panel discussion, we will explore:
Strategies to improve long-term employee retention
Tactics to help you win the war for talent
How to optimise your employee experience and use technology to help along the way
Attend this session for a chance to win a pack of gourmet brownies!
Ceridian are offering everyone who streams their exciting session on "Winning strategies to attract and retain top talent" before 5pm on 24th March 2022 the chance to win a special gift pack of delicious brownies*.
*Brownies can be supplied to meet vegan or gluten free dietary requirements, may contain traces of nuts.
What sort of leadership skills are needed for 2022? Have these changed since last year?
During this panel discussion, we will explore:
The role of coaching in leadership development
The leadership gap - what can you do to ensure your leaders are set up for success?
The key steps to leadership development
Presenting the headline results from brand new global research, Randstad RiseSmart will discuss the current state of coaching provision across a range of organisations.
Join this session to:
Learn key findings on how contemporary approaches are now making coaching available to all in affordable ways
Find out how coaching can drive critical people priorities such as retention, engagement, mobility, inclusion and development
Receive a free copy of the global research findings report
Today’s employees are looking for more and holding onto them can be harder than ever. What’s more organisations need to prepare for the jobs of the future and rethink how they approach learning, internal mobility and upskilling in a way that is informed by data and puts the needs of individuals at the centre.
Join us for this session to hear and see how SAP SuccessFactors Opportunity Marketplace provides individuals the agency to find and pursue internal opportunities that align with their personal values, passions and interests as well as the strategic needs of the business. At the same time, leaders can gain increased visibility and a better understanding of the strengths and capabilities of their people and teams. The potential gains for individuals and organisations are immense: increased retention and engagement, and ongoing adaptability that will keep people and companies growing and ready for change.
Each generation brings new challenges for HR and Talent Acquisition teams; challenges that shape hiring and workforce planning strategies. Generation Alpha is the next cohort of talent: the first school leavers will enter the world of work within the next five years. HR has had enormous pressure to deliver adaptability for current workforces and talent pools in the last two years. But now is time to sustain that duty of care whilst extending attention to the new breed of talent that is going unnoticed in our hiring plans: beyond our current recruitment horizons.
What does anybody really know about Generation Alpha? What are their traits and motivations? How do they think, how are they likely to approach work?
Leading behavioural science software company, AssessFirst, reveal how technology can enable organisations to bridge the gaps between workforce generations whilst ushering in this new dawn of talent with a cohesive employer brand.
No one could’ve predicted how the last two years would play out. How our physical, mental and social wellbeing could be challenged so significantly for so long. How, virtually overnight, our lives, and workplaces, could change forever.
After 2020’s massive shakeup, and 2021’s relentless uncertainty, 2022 is set to be the year of action. The year organisations embrace the cultural change needed to empower employees not just to weather the storm but to lead a more balanced and fulfilling life.
Join Unmind and a panel of HR professionals to discuss the key trends that will dominate workplace mental health in 2022.
It’s simple: People analytics turns talent into trustworthy insight. Moreover, it’s way beyond simply knowing job titles, genders, ethnic backgrounds, and salaries.
To get to the heart of it, people analytics is a deep dive into your people, what drives them, and how your processes can take them where they want to go.
During this panel discussion, we will discuss:
What people analytics is and why its important?
Best practice on how to gather gather people data and insights and make true meaning out of them
How best to use people analytics in alignment with your company strategy
How do you seriously improve diversity hiring? That’s a question nearly every organisation – and every candidate – wants to be answered. Less biased, fair hiring is an important issue in today’s social and business climates, and most talent professionals believe diversity will be very important to the future of recruiting.
Still, few companies take a data-driven approach to diversity hiring. Diversity, equality of opportunity, and inclusion (DEI) training programs and partnerships that broaden the funnel are all important DEI strategies, but true diversity hiring transformation results from predictive analytics.
Join us for a session dedicated to seriously accelerating measurable change in diversity hiring through the power of predictive analytics.
What we will talk about:
How to implement a data-driven approach to hiring that leverages validated, predictive tools and the deepest, broadest talent intelligence available for hiring
Proven ways to reduce cognitive bias effectively across a larger portion of your hiring process, from screening to assessments to interviews
How to create candidate-first experiences by intentionally increasing fairness and transparency, and elevating candidates’ trust in your hiring process
Since last year’s Fireside discussion, the changes to ways of working continue at pace, as we see workforces across the UK, and indeed world, settling into ever more flexible and hybrid models of working.
Whilst new models like this undoubtedly enable employees to blend work and home maximum effect, they are not without their difficulties. Add to this The Great Resignation of 2021, HR professionals are facing ever increasing and fresh challenges to keep employees happy and thriving in work.
The returning panel of Annabel Jones, Senior HR Director at ADP and Jason Fowler, VP, Head of HR Northern & Western Europe at Fujitsu, will join Kieran Howells, Head of Content at HR Grapevine, to discuss how the world of work has changed in the last year and focus on topics including:
What opportunities and challenges we face in the return to the office
The impact of The Great Resignation and what it’s meant for HR
What HR professionals and leaders must do to retain and attract the best talent