futureofworkeurope

8-9 November, 2022

London | United Kingdom

futureofworkeurope

8-9 November, 2022 | London, United Kingdom

The Leading
Future of Work Event Series

The Future of Work Europe Event launched in 2019 with the core mission to focus on the latest trends & strategies within the Future of Work landscape including: Frontline Workers, Workplace Transformation, HR Technology, Culture, Employee Engagement, Digital Workplace, Learning & Development, Human Resources and Office Space & Design.

Created for senior executives within:

✓ Human Resources
✓ Internal Communication
✓ Change Management

 

✓ Digital Workplace
✓ Employee Experience & Engagement
✓ Business Transformation

2022 AGENDA

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  • 9:00AM

    Chair's Welcome and Opening Remarks

  • 9.15AM

    Panel: The HR Leader in a Hybrid World

    • What are HR Leaders new priorities and how have these shifted over the last couple of years?
    • What has the pandemic and remote working taught HR Leaders about their workforce?
    • What do HR Leaders need to consider when formulating their back-to-work / hybrid work strategies?
    • How will HR leaders monitor and measure the effectiveness of their new model work strategies going forward?

    Panellists:

    Ewen MacPherson, Group Chief People Officer, Havas UK
    Jane Gibbon, Chief People Officer, London Business School

  • 9:55AM

    Presentation: Adopting a flexible working model

    • One size does not fit all - how can you offer employees a flexible model that suits them?
    • Challenges and opportunities that flexible working presents to employers
    • Maintaining connection and engagement in the flexible working model
    • How do you measure productivity?
    • How do employers maintain equity and inclusion with on-site workers vs. remote workers

    Presented By: 

    Morgan Bone, Head Of Corporate Affairs, Virgin Money

  • 10:25AM

    Presentation: Designing future-fit operating models

    • Driving large scale change and transformation for better business performance
    • Adopting resilient practices to help your business thrive in uncertain times
    • Creating an engaged and agile workforce
    • Delivering and leading HR initiatives to support business critical change and growth
  • 10:55AM

    Coffee Break

  • 11:25AM

    Presentation: Engaging employees through effective and creative communications

    • Best practices for communicating and motivating employees wherever they work.
    • Long term communication strategies that and encourage collaboration and innovation
    • Selecting the right tools and channels to deliver the right message, to the right people at the right time.
    • Lessons learnt from over the last 2 years dealing with the pandemic
  • 11:55AM

    Presentation: Solving the hybrid paradox

    • What is the hybrid paradox & why should you care
    • The inevitability of flexibility
    • Creating connection in a remote world
    • The hybrid paradox unlocked, but what is next . . . .

    Presented By:

    Ryan Hopkins, Global Workplace of the Future Lead, Finastra

     

  • 12:25PM

    Panel: Reshaping Your Workplace Through Technology

    How is your organization managing the tight labour market, limited skills availability, and gap business capabilities in an increasingly digital world? To win in this workplace, organizations have to be intentional with their technological approach to reduce friction and increase flow.  In this discussion we will explore the implications of this shift and the impact this will have in the future.

    • Implications for this new way of operating
    • How design-thinking led approach to technology has enabled organisations to compete in today’s environment
    • Other technologies that are reshaping the workplace and the way we work.
  • 1:05PM

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    Lunch Break

  • 2:00PM

    Panel: Building and maintaining culture

    • How can leaders be intentional about creating a strong, positive and inclusive company culture?
    • Facilitating open communication, collaboration and driving innovation
    • Shifting to an outcome-focused work culture
    • Promoting self-care and wellbeing and avoiding burn out
    • Effective onboarding introducing new team members, especially if they are working remotely.
    • Creating a sense of belonging for all within the organization

    Moderator: Kirstie Loveridge, Executive Vice President, People & Culture, AEG Europe

    Panellists:

    Alastair Procter, SVP, Strategic HR Operations, Interpublic Group (IPG)
    Katie Lloyd, Global Head of Culture & Organisational Development, The LEGO Group
    Morven McLean, Head of Global Leadership Development, Arla Foods

  • 2:40PM

    Presentation: Supporting Employee health and Wellbeing

    • Designing a health and wellbeing strategy
    • Avoiding employee burnout, indifference or digital overload
    • Employing analytics to identify areas of concern
    • Restructuring working practices to deliver enhanced performance
    • Supporting employees in the transition back to the office

    Presented By:

    Jamie Broadley, Group Head of Health & Wellbeing , Serco

  • 3:10PM

    Presentation: Building the people experience at OVO

    • How purpose creates a north star when building unique experiences
    • The importance and value in culture during the integration of a new business
    • The criticality of human connection and belonging and how we've moved the dial
    • The challenges we've faced along the way and how we've weathered the tougher times

    Presented By:

    Charlotte Eaton, Chief People Officer, OVO

  • 3:40PM

    Coffee Break

  • 4:10PM

    Roundtable Sessions

    Roundtable 1 - Tackling the cost of living crisis.
    Facilitated by Charlotte Eaton, Chief People Officer, OVO

    Roundtable 2 - Leader-led leadership development (how to embed and sustain a learning culture for leaders).
    Facilitated by Morven McLean, Head of Global Leadership Development, Arla Foods

    Roundtable 3 - Inclusive Policies.
    Facilitated by Ewen MacPherson, Group Chief People Officer, Havas UK

  • 4:55PM

    Roundtable Sessions

    Roundtable 1 - Tackling the cost of living crisis.
    Facilitated by Charlotte Eaton, Chief People Officer, OVO

    Roundtable 2 - Leader-led leadership development (how to embed and sustain a learning culture for leaders).
    Facilitated by Morven McLean, Head of Global Leadership Development, Arla Foods

    Roundtable 3 - Inclusive Policies.
    Facilitated by Ewen MacPherson, Group Chief People Officer, Havas UK

  • 5:40PM

    Close of conference Sessions Day 1

Day two

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  • 9:15AM

    Chair's Welcome and Opening Remarks

  • 9:30AM

    Presentation: The new workplace experience

    • Remote Vs. Office - when employees can work anywhere, what motivates them to work from the office?
    • What does the post-covid reality mean for office real estate?
    • How will flexible working enable employees to bring their best selves to work?
    • How can employers truly adopt a best of both hybrid strategy?
    • Prioritising employee health and safety

     

  • 10:00AM

    Presentation: myPerformance – creating a culture of high-performance that drives excellence and a differentiated employee experience

    At Standard Chartered Bank we are evolving our approach to performance management and development across the firm in service of creating a client-obsessed, high-performance culture in which we all strive for excellence and drive growth.  To cultivate this, we are fostering the confidence and potential of all colleagues so that we all positively drive both our own development and the wider goals of the organisation.

    In this session, we will discuss the Bank’s transformation journey across performance management – including the removal of performance ratings, creating a rich feedback culture, and changing organisational behaviours.  We will look also at integrated change management and the digital enablers underpinning the transformation.  We will focus on the imperative of a clear narrative for the journey, the opportunities of digitisation in connecting the dots across the change to make for differentiated employee experience and the criticality of moving the dial on feedback to drive a new leadership culture.

    Presented By:

    Nicola Wood, MD HR - Performance, Reward & Recognition Transformation, Standard Chartered Bank

  • 10:30AM

    Panel: The Future of talent acquisition

    • What does the future of finding and hiring talent look like?
    • Boosting your employer brand
    • How will companies hire in a new era of advancing technology?
    • How is tech affecting the way employers find talent?
    • How best to adapt your business hiring strategies to an ever changing workplace and market

    Panellists:

    Jerome Leclercq, VP of Talent Acquisition, GoCardless

  • 11:10AM

    Coffee Break

  • 11:40AM

    Presentation: Boosting your Employer brand

    • The importance of a strong employer brand in the post covid marketplace
    • How can you take your employer brand to the next level? How can you adapt in a changing marketplace?
    • Marketing techniques to boost engagement and convey your company values
    • Executing globally but resonating locally. How can you make your employer brand relevant to all the markets you operate in?
  • 12:10PM

    Presentation: Designing future-fit operating models

    • Driving large scale change and transformation for better business performance
    • Adopting resilient practices to help your business thrive in uncertain times
    • Creating an engaged and agile workforce
    • Delivering and leading HR initiatives to support business critical change and growth
  • 12:40PM 

    Panel: The holy grail: How to truly engage employees and elevate the employee experience

    • How are employers boosting the employee experience and engagement post covid?
    • How has the employee experience changed now there are new hybrid working models?
    • A look at the shift in employee engagement to focus on well-being
    • Extending trust and investing in creating frictionless employee experience
    • How can employers create an inclusive company culture and a positive employee experience for all?
    • Employee listening strategies

    Panellists:

    Magali Demierre, Global Head of Employee Experience, Philip Morris International
    Sarah Kaiser, Head of Employee Experience, Fidelity International
    Paul Bennun, VP Employee Experience, DAZN Group

  • 1:20PM
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    Lunch Break

  • 2:20PM

    Presentation: Is the Future a 4 day week?

    • Is the 9-5 five day week still fit for purpose?
    • What are the benefits for employers and employees of moving to a 4 day week?
    • How are the trials in the UK going? A look at real life case studies and examples.
    • What challenges can employers expect and how can HR get buy in from the top?

    Presented By:

    Joe Ryle, Campaign Director, 4 Day Week Campaign

  • 2:50PM

    Presentation Developing skill sets for the future workforce

    • How can employers encourage growth and opportunities to its employees?
    • Boosting capabilities and skills through training
    • Do employees have the right skills to achieve drive future growth and performance?
    • Building technical skills in areas such as data science, AI and cyber security
    • Understanding emerging, existing and legacy skill sets
    • Adopting a dynamic approach to reskilling
  • 3:20PM

    Panel: Developing Future leaders

    • What will leadership in the future look like? What skills will future leaders need?
    • Identifying future leaders and creating robust succession plans that helps retain top talent
    • A look at training methods, what’s the best way to deliver training to future leaders?

    Panellists: 

    Ioanna Pappa, Group Head of Leadership Development, Merlin Entertainments

  • 4:00PM

    End of Day Two

Standard Two Day Pass

£450 GBP
  • Two Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & networking
  • Lunch & Networking
  • Access To All Sessions on The Day
  • Access To All Presentations Post Event Via The FoW Hub

Early Bird Two Day Pass

SOLD OUT GBP
  • Two Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & Networking
  • Lunch & Networking
  • Access To All Sessions on The Day
  • Access To All Presentations Post Event Via The FoW Hub

Location

Grand-Seated-Hall

Venue: Congress Centre London

Address: 28 Great Russell St, London WC1B 3LS

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