Empowering people to boost performance sounds simple enough, and both are certainly laudable concepts for any business to aim for, but how simple is this to accomplish and how can results be effectively judged?
To find out how a sound and measurable people-empowerment strategy can be created, in a world of digital transformation, join this panel discussion with Sam Sheriff, Chief People Officer at Symphony RetailAI and Steve Rycroft, Senior Director of Account Management at Cornerstone, as they discuss:
Why a fully integrated HR software must have an organisation’s people at its heart to be truly successful
How Learning and Upskilling throughout an organisation and its wider ecosystem can hold the key to empowerment
How regular employee engagements empower your teams, and also benefit business growth
Although HR has always been a function of constant evolution, today’s new challenges have made managing change and uncertainty more important than ever. To understand how to do this, join Jenny Johnstone, Global Colleague Engagement Director at Sage to find out how to create an HR strategy for the future that centres on top priorities and understands where the biggest shifts will be.
Additional insights from Jess Fuhl, Head of Content for Sage People, Gaynor Bailey, Head of Operations and Employee Engagement at Channel Four and Helen Armstrong, MD of Silver Cloud HR will uncover:
What the future world of work is and expectant HR trends, such as remote and flexible working
How HR leaders can adapt their organisations going forward to be one step ahead
How other HR teams are coping and responding
Stephanie will be in conversation with Daniel Cave discussing the challenges that remote work has brought her team - uncovering why she is ‘digital first’ and what this means for HR functions tasked with finding solutions in the digital age.
The pandemic forced many firms, whether they wanted to or not, into digital ways of doing. Yet, the impact on individual organisations will have been varied, dependent on sector, size and how far they were along in their digitisation journey.
In order to figure out what impact coronavirus has had on HR’s need and ability to digitally transform – including a look at what comes next - join this panel discussion with HR transformation and technology leaders from IBM, Tate & Lyle and Workday to:
Gain insight into the digital HR transformation journeys of globally recognised organisations
Hear how the pandemic has impacted HR’s ability to support the business and continue the digital transformation journey
Learn how to progress your digital HR transformation despite the current challenges
In the last decade companies have become incredibly frustrated with traditional employee listening approaches - creating a wave of new players and a shift in methodologies. But is this shift really going far enough? And why are many of these new players not fundamentally changing the game when the technology exists to help you rewrite the rule book?
Qualtrics, the Forrester Wave leaders in Employee XM, will talk through 4 key areas where technology can help create game changing results. The discussion will include:
No more annual surveys - How you can continuously listen and improve the experience for employees in real-time, whether in the office, remote or on the road
Foster your culture - Understand the benefits of taking a proactive approach; fix problems before they’re ingrained in your culture, and come together as one team
Drive immediate change - How integrating employee insights into your existing systems can ensure no experience goes neglected, and priority areas are acted on in real-time
Since the start of the pandemic, firms have had to iterate quickly, pivot to new normals and evolve to meet the demands of changed working conditions. In all, it proves that ‘agile’ isn’t just a buzzword – many of the firms that are thriving now are being just that.
Applied to performance management in this changed world, ‘agile’ can also have measurable benefits. Highlighted by this crisis – and in a world where work is remote or blended – agile performance management can boost productivity, if implemented correctly.
Therefore, this panel discussion will showcase:
Real examples of what agile performance management looks like
Tips and advice on implementing a more agile approach whilst remote
Why technology is key to enabling your people to be agile
Daniel Cave, Head of Content at HR Grapevine, in conversation with Catherine Allen, Head of Keeping People Happy, Ella’s Kitchen as she reveals the challenges having to go fully digital this year presented – and what this meant for her firm’s inclusion strategy.
Full agenda for day 2 to be announced soon.