2019-09-05

Open Ground
09:00:00
09:00:00 am - 09:30:00 am
Coffee and Registration
09:30:00
09:30:00 am - 09:45:00 am
Chair: Opening Remarks
09:45:00
09:45:00 am - 10:10:00 am
Digital Learning Transformation: Lessons from the frontline
  • Building a winning team and building the skills for a brave new world
  • Moving from courses, programmes and learning to resources, experiences and performance
  • Using data to drive decisions and demonstrate impact
10:10:00
10:10:00 am - 10:35:00 am
Buy, Rent, Grow or Automate: What should your talent strategy be?
  • Reskilling and redeploying internal talent
  • How to own your agile career
  • Should we be worried about job automation?
  • The future of work and skills of the future
10:35:00
10:35:00 am - 11:00:00 am
PANEL: Exploring Social Leadership: Leadership of groups vs individuals
  • Jon Ingham, Strategic HR & Organisation Development Consultant, & Author of ‘The Social Organisation’
  • Aimee Badcock, Head of HR, Personal Health and SRC, Philips UKI
  • Robert Ritchie, Head of Organisational Development, The University of Salford
11:00:00
11:00:00 am - 11:10:00 am
Questions and discussion with speakers
11:10:00
11:10:00 am - 11:30:00 am
Refreshments and Networking
11:30:00
11:30:00 am - 11:55:00 am
The Salford Manager – A behaviour led approach to management development
  • Understanding our ‘build as we go’ approach
  • How we built behaviours through ‘5 critical conversations’
  • Tools and techniques
  • The impact on our managers & growth strategy
11:55:00
11:55:00 am - 12:20:00 pm
Getting 130,000 people to do a global Mexican Wave
  • How do you align 130k frontline employees to your Strategic Goals and Company Culture?
  • Looking back – bringing consistency to customer experience on a global scale
  • Looking forward – how we can support a Digital Society using our frontline – bringing Digital Skills, Culture and Purpose to life
12:20:00
12:20:00 pm - 12:30:00 pm
Questions and discussion with speakers
12:30:00
12:30:00 pm - 01:30:00 pm
Lunch and networking
13:30:00
01:30:00 pm - 02:00:00 pm
Knowledge Share
Roundtable discussions with your peers to share solutions to your key challenges. Focus:  The most successful initiatives in your experience to develop talent with positive impact on business results – sharing your case studies and knowledge
14:00:00
02:00:00 pm - 02:25:00 pm
Tangible Business Benefits from Investment in Talent Development
  • How Talent Management can develop your business as well as your people
  • Using Talent Management to alleviate real business issues
  • How to reap pragmatic rewards from Talent Management that will engage your senior leaders  
14:25:00
02:25:00 pm - 02:50:00 pm
European Emerging Leaders Programme; A case study
  • Remote assessment and evaluation across multiple markets
  • Logistics of the programme
  • Evidence of business impact
14:50:00
02:50:00 pm - 03:00:00 pm
Questions and discussion with speakers
15:00:00
03:00:00 pm - 03:20:00 pm
Refreshments and Networking
15:20:00
03:20:00 pm - 03:45:00 pm
Driving L&D Impact through Professionalism of L&D
  • Sharing 2019 research evidence on knowledge and behaviour L&D need to successfully navigate the changing world of work
  • Explore the identified development needs of L&D professions
  • Highlight business benefits of building these skills for impactful learning strategies
15:45:00
03:45:00 pm - 04:10:00 pm
The Impact on Retention of High Performing Leadership Behaviours & Career Planning
  • Why & how to establish expectations for leadership behaviours from day one
  • Employer transparency on setting out an individuals’ career potential
  • Developing a talent pool to future proof your organisation
16:10:00
04:10:00 pm - 04:20:00 pm
Questions and discussion with speakers
16:20:00
04:20:00 pm - 04:30:00 pm
Chair: Closing Remarks and end of event