We are proud to be hosting:
PREPARING TODAY FOR TOMORROW – 26 April 2018
Developing an engaged workforce to achieve your organisational goals
The first human capital event organised by the
UK Chapter of the British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce
Despite some fearing that humans may be redundant and robots will rule the working world, the need to have an engaged and loyal workforce is still at the heart of ensuring an organisation is successful.
How do business leaders and managers maintain confidence from those they lead that their organisations will thrive in today’s Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA*) world? How does the competition for talent impact retention of valuable staff?
This seminar, involving three TED style talks followed by a panel with a Q&A, provides senior managers, L&D and HR managers, CEOs working in organisational development and talent management with an opportunity to engage thought leaders and those in industry to examine how developing and fostering trust in your organisational culture makes a positive impact.
Case study: How a global bank is managing engagement and culture today?
After the formal presentations delegates will have an opportunity to question the experts directly about the art of people engagement. Our keynote speakers John Blakey, Birthe Mester and Sue Johnson will be joined by Robin Chu, CEO & Founder of CoachBright and Nick Ceasar, Head of Performance Consulting, NatWest Markets who will share their insights with the audience.
|18.15||Welcome & speaker introductions|
|18.20||Building a high trust culture in a world where nothing can be hidden|
|18.35||The benefits of a coaching approach at Deutsche Bank|
|18.50||Leveraging diversity for growth|
Thank you to PWC for sponsoring this event
*VUCA is an acronym used by the American Military to describe extreme conditions in Afghanistan and Iraq. It stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous. This terminology is resonating with an increasing number of CEOs as we try to make sense of the constantly changing world.
BSCC Members and AoEC guests: £30