How do people decide which organisation to join and whether to stay? And what is the role of learning & development in attracting, motivating and retaining the right people? Research published recently by Harvard Business Review shows that when staff don't get the training they want, they leave at considerable real, and opportunity, cost to the organisation.
This is particularly the case with Millenials/Generation Y - those born from 1980 to 1990. They have different expectations from the Generation X and Baby Boomers who preceded them - and who are often in managerial and leadership roles but out of touch with what staff members in their 20 and early 30s want.
If you're in Learning and Development, Human Resources or Talent Development then this session is for you. Spaces are limited so please do sign up as soon as possible and you'll receive details of joining closer to the date.
|09:30 / 15:30||What do we mean by talent?|
|09:40 / 15:40||The impact of a VUCA environment|
|09:50 / 15:50||Understanding the generational shift|
|10:10 / 16:10||Meeting the millennial challenge|
|10:25 / 16:25||Developing your benefit package|
|10:35 / 16:35||Communicating the '70' and '20'|
|10:50 / 16:50||Are you delivering your promises?|
|11:00 / 17:00||Finish|
Global Head of Training at Speak First
Helen provides companies with innovative and forward-thinking solutions, as Head of Training at Speak First. In nearly a decade of experience, she has worked with hundreds of clients, several of which were FTSE100 and Fortune 500, on nurturing and motivating their talent.
Senior Global Training Design Manager at Speak First
Loen has 16 years of HR experience as an expert MCIPD Qualified Trainer and Designer. Previously, she was responsible for employee engagement and talent management in a team supporting 70,000 employees making her a highly knowledgeable contributor in this field.