Tomorrow’s organisation: the people issues and how you prepare for them
A strategic one-day conference for INGO leaders, executives and directors
For this year’s Strategic HR Conference, People In Aid has partnered with the FutureWork Forum. The conference is designed to give managers in the humanitarian and development sector insights, forecasts and “can-do” ideas to help them plan for the future in practical, logical and cost-effective ways. To view the current agenda, please click here.
As a participant at the conference, you will explore with your peers:
- The people-related issues we will face in our organisations over the next ten years
- The implications of future socio-economic challenges
- Strategies and tactics to ensure your organisation is prepared for the future.
Speakers and details on the day:
Mike Johnson (Conference Chair): Mike is the founder and Chair of the FutureWork Forum and is a leading commentator, consultant and researcher on the future of work, talent management, corporate communications and how to work as an independent. He is the author of twelve books on business and management issues and a regular presenter on conferences around the globe. He has written several series of world-of-work studies for both The Economist and the Financial Times, as well as over 100 global and Europe-wide studies for international corporations and institutions.
Chiara Palieri: Ambassador at the Brussels-based Generation Europe Foundation, Chiara will use the results of the recent FutureWork Forum / Generation Europe / Manpower survey to explain the best ways to recruit, reward and retain the NEXT Generation. She will be joined by FutureWork Forum partner and human resources expert, Richard Savage, who will provide his own highly experienced “take” on the survey results and what they mean for tomorrow’s organisations.
Andrew Chadwick: An award-winning architect with a host of global projects to his name, Andrew’s “elastic environment” explores the advent of new-style work spaces. Formal or casual, multi-disciplinary, they will be the working plan for the future with sustainable design, eco-friendly and highly cost-effective.
David Arkless: President of Corporate and Government Affairs for Manpower Inc, David is a world-renowned expert on labour market trends and has widespread experience of helping countries to develop their labour market strategies. As a highly influential campaigner in the fight to end human trafficking and give refugees real hope for the future, he will draw on those experiences to explain why there is hope for the world’s disadvantaged peoples.
Matthias Moelleney: One of the leading HR professionals in Switzerland. His consultancy, People Xpert, has developed a series of ground-breaking strategies that show how talent will be – needs to be – managed in the future. He will illustrate, in practical terms, how we need to plan effective strategies today to reap the talent rewards of tomorrow.
Elisabeth Kelan: A leading expert on gender and “generation” relations, Elisabeth will give her views on future gender issues inside our organisations. With many of our sector’s organisations trying to balance out the gender equation this will be a critical and timely view of the future.
Luc De Jaeger: The managing partner of Nexum, a Belgian human resource consulting firm, and former head of Dexia Bank’s corporate university, Luc will examine how we can ensure employee buy-in for the changes needed to make organisations successful in the future.
Alain Haut: Based in Geneva, Alain has developed a leading edge approach to executive coaching that blends practical business development with the personal management behaviour of the coachee. This opens unique possibilities for coaching and mentoring to become most cost-effective people management development tools.
Cliff Dennett: A leading exponent of gaming and serious play, Cliff will close the day with a challenge to the participants: Is WORK a four-letter word, or can it be FUN? He will show how by changing working models and patterns, thinking differently and re-engaging employees, work can be not only more fun but more productive too.
The event is taking place near Barbican in the City of London. If you need to book accommodation near the venue, please contact our Operations Manager Katja for suggestions.