Talent Management - Mastering the Challenge
Friday 19th October    -    Hilton Conference Centre Malta
Conference tickets @ 185 euro (ex VAT) for FHRD members & 210 euro (ex VAT) for non-members. Group rates available too. For more info email events@fhrd.org. Event is accredited by the Malta Institute of Accountants as per the Accountancy Board’s CPE Scheme
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Keynotes   &  Workshops
Keynote 1 - Using Labour Market Intelligence to Impact your Business
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 09:35 - 10:30
Location GrandMaster Suite
Speakers: Toby Culshaw
Your Business is making decisions that will effect Talent Acquisition whether you/your data and insight are there or not. How can you get a foot in the door and start to impact the decisions earlier in the lifecycle rather than being reactive to the needs post decision? Toby Culshaw from Phillips will address all this at this year’s first keynote.
Workshop 1: Talent Planning in support of sustainable human capital strategies
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 10:30 - 11:30
Location Wignacourt
Speakers: Ally Weeks
Talent and HR professionals who develop or sustain strategies must be adaptable and creative to also identify critical concepts, principles and evidence-based outcomes, leading to next level actions that have a measurable, bottom line impact. This session, delivered by CIPD, will explore those initiatives to enhance human capital strategies and to stay ahead of the curve.
Workshop 2: How to Understand and Manage Millennials at Work
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 10:30 - 11:30
Location Vilhena
Speakers: Lena Nordin
During this session, Lena Nordin, CHRO at Betsson Group, will be explaining how a few catch phrases do not encapsulate an entire generation. Millennials definitely look at work in a different way – they want something they like doing and are passionate about. This challenge could be converted into an opportunity by organisations that truly understand and know how to manage millennials.
Workshop 3: Talent acquisition in a full employment economy
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 10:30 - 11:30
Location GrandMaster Suite
Speakers: Mark Sims , Matthew Camilleri , Gilbert Galea
In this workshop, the speakers and attendees will discuss the continuous challenges present in Malta when employing people. It will tackle the acquisition area, with special focus on recruitment. This workshop will consider the key drivers for staff mobility, a crucial element in acquisition of talent. The workshop is of special interest to HR managers and hiring managers, with added appeal to those specialised in the recruitment of Finance and Tech professionals across all sectors and industries in Malta.
Panel Discussion: Talent Management Unravelled – The Local Scenario
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 12:05 - 13:10
Location GrandMaster Suite
Speakers: Michelle Fenech Seguna , Sue Pisani , Martin Gregory , Claudine Attard , Simon Bonanno , Jacqueline Backman
With Malta enjoying one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe and the demand for talent exceeding supply, organisations are finding it harder to attract and retain talented individuals. The session will discuss how local organisations are managing their talent pool. What initiatives have they taken? Has their HR strategy been transformed? What are the challenges ahead? These, and similar questions will be delved into by panellists coming from different sectors.
Workshop 4: Making Diversity and Inclusion a Way of Life
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 14:10 - 15:10
Location Vilhena
Speakers: Tony Cooke
There is no secret that most diversity initiatives don’t work – that is because they are often seen as a one-off activity rather than a fully integrated, way of life in an organisation. Hear how Tony Cooke, Adidas VP HR, has championed the Diversity and Inclusion conversation at Adidas. In this authentic and transparent session, Tony will share with the delegates the raw lessons learnt, and key successes in changing mindsets on diversity and inclusion – moving it from a project that has a shelf life to ‘just the way we do things'.
Workshop 5: Retention isn’t just about compensation today - it’s crucial to create the right employee experience
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 14:10 - 15:10
Location GrandMaster Suite
Speakers: Dominic Hammond
Organisations have historically focused on financial reward as the main component in employee retention. Today’s employees are looking for wider fulfilment from the Employee Value Proposition (EVP), with research showing employees prioritising flexible working arrangements and opportunities for quicker progression and more diverse cycles of experience over an increased base salary. Dominic from PwC UK will focus on how to develop informed strategies to reduce an employee’s flight risk and directly combat attrition.
Workshop 6: Building a Staff Retention Culture
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 14:10 - 15:10
Location Wignacourt
Speakers: Luke Todd , Kelly McSherry
In this workshop Luke Todd and Kelly Mcsherry will be discussing how to attract, manage and importantly retain talent. Everyone is unique and likes to be treated as an individual. How can we manage, love and support our people through HR and processes without losing individuality? The session will also deal with the Holy Grail of retention. People want so much more than gym membership, beers Friday etc. they want to feel part of something and feel nurtured. What does this mean for the training and development department and the broader business?
Keynote 2 - Talent retention - from theory to practice
Date 19 Oct 2018
Time 16:15 - 17:00
Location Grandmaster Suite
Speakers: Alberto Macia Platz
During the final keynote, Alberto from Swarovski will address themes such as what makes talent stay, the company purpose vs. employee purpose, and the alignment of expectations. He will show examples of what Swarovski is doing, and how these fit with its employees’ expectations.
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