International SummitReinventing HRLeading with Employee Experience
25-27 March 2020 / 2-4 December 2020
Now running for the 9th year, the much anticipated Annual Reinventing HR Summit, will be held in London, 25-27 March 2020 and 2-4 December 2020 .
This “invitation only” event is designed for senior Inhouse HRs and Employee Engagement Professionals wishing to find time to reflect and refresh their practice;
Invitations can be requested online and will be offered, once the request has been successfully reviewed by the Events Team.
This three-day International event is structured and balanced to allow for a series of interesting workshops and case studies, offering new strategies and fresh thinking, supplemented by discussions of research, theory and insightful debate. The event is always carefully programmed, with engaging speakers and practical, applicable knowledge sharing.
Attendees will learn:
Nicholas has over a dozen years’ internal comms experience, both in the UK and in the Middle East. He’s worked in the public and private sector, and for for a major international retailer, Alshaya Retail Co. One of his IC campaigns at Alshaya won an Institute of InternalCommunications award.
Gugu Khazi is an author, career coach, and International speaker on Talent Management, Personal Career Management as well as leadership. She holds a Master’s in Business Management as well as an MSc in Industry, Trade & Development from Milpark Business School and the university of Manchester respectively.
She has over 20 years of experience as a senior HR leader in various international businesses such as Kimberly-Clark and The Coca-Cola company in the Europe Middle East and Africa region.
Gugu’s strength is working with businesses in ensuring that they have the right talent at the right time. This she does through connecting Talent strategy to business strategy, Workforce planning, succession planning, leadership development, as well as career management.
It is Gugu’s personal mission to help others use their talents, strengths and passion to build successful and fulfilling careers. This inspired her to write her book Passion To Careers - to share her knowledge with others on how they build successful and fulfilling careers.
Katharina is an internationally recognised business communicator with proven delivery of effective global communication strategies and programmes, and has Lean Sigma qualifications for process and performance improvement.
Previous roles include Head of Internal Communications &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Engagement at ABB, Head of Employee &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Executive Communications at Zurich Insurance, Head of Internal Communications at Rio Tinto, Head of Global Internal and Management Communications at Shell, Head of Global Internal Communications at AstraZeneca, Corporate Communications Lead at GE Capital EEF and Corporate Communications Manager at Corange/Boehringer Mannheim. Katharina has worked in Nigeria, Hong Kong, the UK, the Netherlands, and Switzerland.
1. Understands the business’ Purpose, beyond profit
2. Put together an externally facing CSR strategy and framework
3. Audit whether your internal D&I journey is aligned to that framework
4. Learn from best practice and future-focused thinking and research Leave with a practical 1-3 year framework and bespoke initiatives and measurements to put into place, to augment your EmployerBrand.
Workshop Facilitator - Meg Headley, Co-Founder, Atticus
In this talk Katharina Auer will look at branding, employer branding, promises, how to listen to the voice of the employee on the topic of ‘who we are’ and ‘who we want to be’ – and building this into the whole brand experience, including your employer brand.
Workshop Facilitator - Katharina Auer, Principal, 24Auer Consulting
Katharina is an internationally recognised business communications leader, having worked for global brands such as GE, AstraZeneca, Shell, Rio Tinto, Zurich Insurance and ABB. She is an integrated communications and change leader, trainer, employee listening and measurement expert.
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.
Workshop Facilitator: DEBORAH HULME, Director, Minerva Engagement
Deborah is the founder of culture and engagement consultancy, Minerva Engagement. Minerva exists to improve performance from the inside out and Deborah works across organisations to agree, develop and implement strategies that impact behaviour, build trust and deliver high performance. Her practice is underpinned by the latest research from Neuroscience.
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