About the event:
Help shape the future of HR
With 80% of Executive Level leaders feeling under prepared for disruption by new technology, the workplace as we know it is in a unique stage of transformation.
Join us at the HR Leaders Round Table; a unique opportunity to meet other HR leaders from forward thinking companies to carve out the best possible future and to define the steps that will get us there.
We hope you can join us to shape the future of HR together. Please register your place below.
This popular event is free of charge to attend but places are limited and book up quickly.
8:00am – Arrival and networking
8:30am – Breakfast is served
9:00am – Introduction from MHR
9:05am – Harnessing technology to accelerate the potential of HR
In the digital age, it’s more vital than ever that organisations embrace technology, optimising automation, analytics and intelligence. What are the areas and technologies that will maximise efficiency and how do we increase productivity exponentially?
9:30am – Learning strategies to futureproof the workforce
With technology and market demands evolving at speed, your workforce will have to be agile learners equipped with the necessary tools. What does the best approach to learning strategies look like and how can they be effectively implemented?
10:00am – Employee expectations and retaining key talent
As Gen Z enter a workforce alongside experienced but non digital natives’ businesses will see increasingly complex and varying expectations from employees. How can leaders manage multiple expectations and demands and ensure key talent is retained?
10:30am – Close and optional networking
Katherine is a futurist and science and technology journalist whose work explores the intersection of science, technology and human behaviour. Cross discipline and human first in her approach she bridges academia and industry to accelerate cutting edge insight into the public realm and drive innovation through communications, media and consultancy.
She frequently speaks at, curates and moderates modern culture and technology panels and events across the globe as well as frequently appearing as a futurist and digital technology expert across TV and radio and works as a science writer for a range of UK and global publications.
She believes strongly that the future does not happen to us, we create it and as such is on a mission to educate, inspire and empower others to do so.