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5th Annual Strategic HR Summit: Leadership Development, Talent Management & Recruitment

22 - 24 May 2018 - Berlin
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PAST SPEAKERS

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Vera
BUDWAY

Chief Diversity Officer

Dr. Urs
KARKOSCHKA

Head Performance Innovation

Simon
GRAY

Regional Head of Talent Acquisition EMEAR & APJC Cisco

Tim
ACKERMANN

Global Head of Talent Acquisition & Experience

Mohsim
SIDDIQUI

Global Head, Talent Management

Catherine
CAPE

Head of Digital Learning

CONFERENCE TOPICS 2018

LOOK AT THE TOPICS THAT WERE DISCUSSED

  • Digitalization and bringing technologies into HR and recruitment
  • Talent management and talent evolution: What are the most effective talent pipelines?
  • Diversity as a key for innovation & growth
  • New approaches in leadership development
  • Data driven recruiting
  • The future of HR

DESIGNED FOR

Members of board, C-level, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads of departments from banking, pharmaceutical, retail, telecommunication, aviation, hospitality industries involved in:

  • Leadership Development
  • Leadership Strategy
  • Talent Management
  • People Management
  • Learning & Talent Management
  • Learning & Operational Excellence
  • Recruitment
  • Strategic HR
  • Strategic Recruitment
  • Performance Development
  • Employee Experience
  • Talent & Culture
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Workforce Capability
  • People Strategy
  • Employee Brand & Analytics

CASE STUDIES

PAST CASE STUDIES INCLUDE

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Talent Evolution

Most “best practices” in Talent Management have been in play since the 1950s, and their applicability, while still relevant, is less and less effective over time. So how do we adapt and re-think what it means to be “talent” in today`s world, and how do we help our people discover talent in their context?

  • Talent management is not keeping up with other business and people processes
  • Organisations are less and less equipped to identify “potential” in an abstract sense
  • The focus of a solid talent management process is shifting, from evaluating people against “unprovable” criteria to helping them focus on how to become better at what they do

Mohsin
SIDDIQUI

Global Head, Talent Management

Dr. Urs
KARKOSCHKA

Head Performance Innovation

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Your digital performance coach in your pocket

Novartis purpose is to improve and extend patients live. As part of our cultural transformation we wanted to give all our 126.000 associates tools & strategies to improve their quality of life – at work and at home. In partnership with Tignum, we have developed a digital platform that we are in the process of rolling out.

  • Cultural transformation
  • Sustainable High Performance
  • Energized for Life

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

How do you create a personalised learning experience at scale?

In this presentation, Catherine will share the challenges and triumphs in a complex project to create the Deutsche Bank learning offer for all Employees.  Culminating with digitally delivered offer on every PC and I pad in the 70 countries in which Deutsche Bank operate, this was a fundamental change in how we deliver learning.   100 learning paths went live in October 2017 with resources in 7 languages. A key part of this was our ‘Manager Zone’ – supporting managers to support their employees around the world.

  • Curation and Creation working together – what to build and what to buy
  • Leveraging existing LMS and improving the User Experience
  • Creating an automated tool to help learners find what they want
  • Manager support – how to help busy managers to effectively support learning
  • Measuring success of learning – early indications
  • Lessons learnt, how to do create a digital experience at a lower cost with technology challenges

Catherine
CAPE

Head of Digital Learning

Vera
BUDWAY

Chief Diversity Officer

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Diversity: a Competitive Advantage for Business

Companies that are committed to diversity and inclusion benefit from more engaged employees, a better brand image and higher customer satisfaction. Innovation and sustainable success can only be achieved by leveraging the skills and abilities of individuals with a broad range of experiences, backgrounds, life and cultural perspectives. More and more companies see diversity as a vital part of their business strategy and key to attracting and retaining talented employees who can offer the right products and services to a diverse client base. The presentation will give practical examples of what companies can do to implement diversity strategies and measures which will give them a competitive business advantage.

  • Why diversity matters: the business case
  • Diversity as key for innovation & growth
  • Implementing diversity initiatives in companies
  • Best practice / case study from Erste Group Bank

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