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HRD champions the “Critical steps to building an agile and resilient workforce in these challenging economic times”

When it come to the critical steps to building an agile and resilient workforce and unlocking the future potential, along with innovation, decision-making, speed-to-action and finding the right balance between testing business reach and maintaining core values has never been more important in the present workplace. On the 8th December HRD will be holding its next roundtable debate to discuss, digest and come up with solutions to these key issues.

When it come to the critical steps to building an agile and resilient workforce and unlocking the future potential, along with innovation, decision-making, speed-to-action and finding the right balance between testing business reach and maintaining core values has never been more important in the present workplace. On the 8th December HRD will be holding its next roundtable debate to discuss, digest and come up with solutions to these key issues.

Peter Banks, Founder and Managing Director of theHRDIRECTOR will be hosting this event and comments “Over the last few years businesses have faced a great deal of change and HR & People professionals must rise to this challenge and champion innovative ways to work and use analytics and data swiftly to build confidence, momentum and trust in an agile workforce.”

This roundtable event is partnered in conjunction with KellyOCG – titled Critical steps to building an agile and resilient workforceIn this timely event, the following will be discussed: The importance of transparency over talent supply chains, why strengthening workforce agility with contingent workforce is key, how to reinvent the employee experience for all categories of workers and why you need to adopt the right technologies.

Jason Spiller, Editor of theHRDIRECTOR who will be chairing this key debate goes onto to say, “In the recent Global Workforce report* – which surveyed 1,000 senior executives, across twelve countries and ten industries – organisations were marked out as ‘Vanguards’ with increases in workforce wellbeing and productivity as well as higher revenue growth – proof that their approach was giving them a competitive edge in these challenging economic conditions. The same report also revealed that there are five key trends that will impact HR leaders over the next year.” *Report conducted by KellyOCG

The event from theHRDIRECTOR will address the challenges and the potential solutions and is free and open to strategic HR and People Leaders with employees totalling a 1000 plus. Organisers are especially interested in those Leaders who have responsibility of the total talent mix across their organisation.

Complimentary refreshments throughout, hot buffet sit down lunch and post event drinks and the event will be held at The Bailey’s Hotel, 140 Gloucester Road, London Road, SW7 4QH.

These free events enable peer to peer discussion and learnings so you can benchmark against other organisations across different sectors, express your views, opinions and share best practice.

Places are limited, don’t delay, register today.

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