Future Facing HR Breakfast Seminar led by Clare Hewitt
Wednesday, 2 October 2019
08:30 to 10:30
In partnership with Frazer Jones, join Clare Hewitt and guests at The Queens Hotel, Cheltenham, on Wednesday 2nd October between 8.30am and 10.30am to debate the future, now.
HR is facing unprecedented change in the digital era with new technologies enabling the disruption of traditional delivery models. Artificial intelligence, automation and analytics present the opportunity to radically improve tomorrow’s workplace. Segments of the workforce increasingly expect an “always-on”, digital experience in the workplace, and organisational cultures that embrace innovation and experimentation are proven more likely to thrive in the digital era.
Join some of the county’s leading practitioners of digital transformation within HR as we discuss current trends and look in-depth at some of the products that are driving transformation in the workplace…now.
This thought-provoking breakfast seminar for HR leaders will be facilitated by Clare Hewitt, Director of future facing HR at Perform Green, with Allan Cottell and Matthew Mee presenting.
Allan Cottell, UK Partner of Games for Business will showcase how leading organisations are approaching Recruitment, Onboarding & Learning for the next generation workforce. Transforming engagement through exciting digital experiences. Allan will explore how to lift employees out of their every-day context and immerse them in virtual worlds full of realistic work-related scenarios and challenges. See how organisations are embracing game-based technologies to attract top talent and develop their people.
Matthew Mee, Director of Workforce Intelligence at Emsi UK, Matthew will present on the ‘Evolution of People Analytics’. The session explains how the HR industry is rapidly changing and embedding both data & new technologies into workforce strategy.
The session covers a number of important topics including the history and business context of people analytics, defining HR metrics & standards and understanding people analytics models & technology. He will also share a number of practical case studies and ideas on how organisations can approach embedding people analytics within your own team.
Places are limited so please follow the link below in order to reserve your place.