Sporting events are no longer the most preferred target for terrorists, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Outdoor events, conferences, festivals, and other events featuring public figures are all vulnerable. And with over a thousand different-level attacks since 2015, it’s no surprise that safety and security are among the top concerns for event professionals.
Taking your HR knowledge to the next level
2015-10-21 - 2015-10-22
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The 2nd HRcoreACADEMY will give you access to: 2 Streams 29 High-level expert speakers 120+ HR professionals 21 Case-Studies from leading Organisations 3 hands-on HR workshops 1 workshop on Business Creativity 1 Exclusive Cocktail party 2 days of Post-event Masterclass And much more... SPEAKER PANEL Global Head LD Solutions, HSBC International HR Director, ARCADIS Founder, HR Trend Institute Global Head of TM & PM, Nokia Head of TM, Leadership & OD (CoE), GlaxoSmithKline HR Director Western Europe, Goodyear Executive Director, Learning Innovation, IESE Business School Lecturer at Vlerick Business School, UCL and MD, People Insights Senior Head IT Recruitment, ING Bank Global Head of Learning, Maersk Oil Academy Technology Manager, Hitachi Data Systems Associate VP – Group Head of Learning, Sanofi Group Head of Technology Assisted Learning, FirstGroup CEO, Gamelearn CEO & Co-Founder, Talmundo Global Programs Director - Alcatel-Lucent University, Alcatel-Lucent Head of Innovation Technology and Learning, Air France - KLM Group Head of Learning Innovation, Zurich Insurance Company Global Head of L&D, Air Liquide - E&C Solutions SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER Cyriel Kortleven, Author of "Less is beautiful" and "Timespiration" In its 2nd year, the HRcoreACADEMY will be focusing on a number of key areas of strategic focus for you to become better at what you do: There clearly seems to be a need to develop innovative ways to attract, source, recruit, and access talent and drive passion/ engagement in organisations globally and locally. If we truly want to build organisations that can innovate time and again, it is clearly not enough to rethink our criteria for selecting Talents. We must also ask ourselves: What are the stretch assignments or the growth opportunities that will help people develop the mindset and skills required to lead innovation? Formal Coaching, Mentoring and 70-20-10 programmes may not be the way. Global surveys/ reports also highlight the importance of broadening, deepening, and accelerating leadership development at all levels; build global workforce capabilities and re-energize corporate learning & development. Relying on formal development mechanisms alone may be hindering organisations everywhere from building their innovation capacity . Are the high potentials in your organisation encouraged to identify and take on self-managed entrepreneurial projects with groups of diverse people? Our leadership development efforts will need to be critically reimagined, and more inclusive, if we hope to develop a new generation of innovation leaders. And finally, all this under a global HR umbrella that is robust and flexible enough to adapt to local needs.