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“One foot in the past and one foot in the present is no way to drive new thinking and curiosity about what might be possible”,the event will tempt you to set your feet at the jumping off point of creativity, with one foot in the present and the other in the future. So, let’s not cut and paste old solutions, but innovate and create, and become the authors of our own future.
A number of forces are coming together that mean that the workforce of the future is unlikely to be sitting in an office together but distributed and more transient. Speaker will explore how these changes will impact the way that we communicate to our employees, and share a case study from OVO Energy on how communication closed the strategy execution gap and led to a ￡3m annual increase in productivity
With constant change and new developments, employees need to be able to respond and adapt with agility and still have the drive to succeed for the health of the business. Organisations need to understand how they can inspire and develop employees and teams to harvest the advantages of this. This event will explore how HR can inspire certain behaviours which will improve performance and drive innovation in organisations.
Neuroscience is revealing how behaviour originates in the brain. This knowledge gives HR practitioners a deeper and clearer understanding of how to support teams, drive engagement and enable effective change. The learning from our colleagues in the science community is shining a light on how behaviour and mindset matters, how the right environments create the best ideas and how language, consistency and emotion all play a leading role. We now have the evidence to support what we have always instinctively understood.
How is your organisation perceived, both internally and externally regarding inclusion and diversity? Do your employees from entry to senior level, truly embrace a culture of inclusion and fully understand what Diversity & Inclusion means?
Building a digital strategy within HR. How can HR help build a digital roadmap for the whole organisation?
How HR can implement people centric approaches which create value, not just supporting businesses but enabling them to set new or more stretching business goals.