Why Attend The HRD Collective?

Developing long-term strategies has often felt impossible over the last few years – for a plan to be successful it must be rooted in reality, but what happens when that reality is constantly changing? As we start 2023 under a banner of further economic uncertainty, organisations cannot afford to continue to be hesitant in committing to a shared vision and the strategies and investments needed to get them there.

HR leaders must take the role of active business transformers, managing the balance between investments in people, capabilities, and technology, with the need to be low-cost, lean, and able to reprioritise at a moment’s notice.

This HRD Collective will explore how HR and people leaders can develop for their businesses the mindsets and frameworks to be bold, experimental, transformative, and most of all ‘future ready.’

​Developed through intensive research with our community, the schedule at the HRD Collective will explore challenges such as:

  • Investing in belonging for healthier cultures
  • Launching new and improved employer brands
  • Turning talent management into growth conversations
  • Future-proofing employee skillsets
  • Driving momentum in wellbeing initiatives
  • Updating learning and development to be more accessible and attractive
  • Utilising data and analytics for job crafting
  • Communicating culture and purpose

Join us on the 28th February 2023 for a collaborative exploration of the most pressing challenges facing CHROs and people leaders today. The HRD: Collective is a forum for highly focused learning, fuelling people leaders with the connections and strategies to help them forge the future of work. Come prepared to share, engage and be inspired to face the changing world of work.

Join Dr. Amelie Villeneuve Head of People Capability- Standard Chartered Bank, at the HRD Collective Europe on Feb,… https://t.co/SG9rFQiVlm Posted 2 days ago

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