CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, is on a journey to put HR and L&D at the heart of the changing face of work and working lives. When it comes to ensuring that work is a force for good, our profession has an important role to play as the experts on people, work and change. The CIPD Ireland’s annual conference on 27 April 2017, we will explore how we can shape the future of work by anticipating the changes to work and the work environment, attract, manage and retain the right people in the right jobs, all the while supporting diversity, inclusion, well-being and strategic organisational success.
We will hear about the impact and implications of the revolutionary and disruptive changes in the digital, educational and societal spheres from Paolo Gallo of WEF. CIPD’s CEO will present the professional framework of the future and discuss how the people profession can lead the charge to champion better work for all. Well-being and its key link to ROI will be reflected on, along with managing learning and organisational development. CIPD Ireland award winners will present on the themes of empowerment and change.
Join us for an inspiring conference and dinner to learn and debate:
- the implications of the fourth Industrial revolution for your workplace
- the trends affecting the workforce of tomorrow
- the groundwork to ensure the HR People profession is fit for purpose
- how to design organisations to empower and engage talent
- how to be create agile and empowering leaders and organisations
- How we ensure we, and our leaders continue to learn and adapt
Paolo Gallo, Chief Human Resources Officer and Member of the Executive Committee of the World Economic Forum, will speak at the CIPD conference on 25 April 2017 in Croke Park on Shaping the future of work.
Join us for an inspirational day exploring how HR and L&D professionals are shaping the future of work and the workplace. Much is mooted that technology will rule the future workplace. Often lost in the conversation is the person. CIPD research demonstrates that the future of work is human; and the HR profession is pivotal in carving this future. CIPD Ireland is convening a growing community of business leaders, HR professionals, policy makers, thought-leaders, academics to progress the debate around the future of work is human.
- Hear from leading employers and experts on designing the workplace of the future, and how to build a sustainable workplace
- Gain insight into how we ensure the future of work is human, and how the HR profession is pivotal in carving this future
- Understand CIPD’s Professional principles and the implications for championing better work and working lives
- Gain insight from leading employers on how they are laying foundations for the future workplace
- Contribute your views on how we shape some of the key drivers influencing work today and the future, and the voice of CIPD
- Learn about tools to help manage the future workforce
- Paolo Gallo, World Economic Forum
Chief Human Resources Officer and Member of the Executive Committee of the WEF, Paolo has worked in more than 70 countries, holding HR leadership roles in Citigroup, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the World Bank.
- Peter Cheese, CEO of CIPD
Thought leader on the development of HR, the future of work, and the key issues of leadership, culture and organisation, people and skills.
- Dr. Wolfgang Seidl, Mercer
International expert and doctor on workplace health and the business impact and ROI of health management. Founder of the European Health & Well-being Network.
- Professor Elena Antonacopoulou, University of Liverpool Management School
Leading expert on organisational change, learning and knowledge management with a focus on the leadership implications.
- HR Directors Panel
With leading HR Directors from award-winning organisations such as Version 1 and the Central Bank on empowerment and change
- Insights and debate
Hear from a panel of thought leaders and contribute your views to the CIPD debate on How can we accelerate, support and develop a more human future of work?
Meet suppliers at the CIPD Conference Exhibition and get advice and tailored solutions.
A cancellation fee of 25% of the full conference fee will apply to cancellations received up to 14th April 2017. No refund can be made for cancellations received after 14th April 2017. A substitution may be made at any time.
CIPD reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the conference or change its associated programme or substitute a speaker. In the event of cancellation, liability is limited to the amount of registration only.
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