People experience and learning culture peer session with PwC and PPHE Hotel Group
13th June | 2pm BST
See How A Multinational Conglomerate Embarked on an L&D Transformation Journey, in Partnership With EdCast
The client is a multinational conglomerate which was founded in 19th century and currently has revenue of around 100 Billion USD with total employee strength of over 4,00,000. They are a diversified group comprising a broad portfolio of market-leading businesses across various sectors including:
Empowering Employee Growth through Career Check-in Conversations
Enabling talent mobility within your organisation has emerged as a powerful solution to two potentially disruptive talent trends.
Creative strategies for empowering your people during a hiring freeze
Breaking the myths surrounding a hiring freeze
You, Me, We – Managing the Talent Experience
Today’s world is incredibly unpredictable. Think of all the upheavals businesses have had to weather in recent years, from Brexit, to COVID-19, the Great Resignation, and more. Even before this, there was the 2008 financial meltdown. All of this impacts the world of work, meaning organisations must always prepare for times of instability.
Transforming the Employee Experience of a Leading Technology Company
The client is one of the largest technology sector companies in the Middle East having the vision of leading the digital transformation to empower societies. They are moving the needle in driving the learning strategy for its employees. They are transforming the game using the best in class learning technologies. They are on a mission to deploy ‘Intelligent Learning Solutions’ to address today’s skill gaps and tomorrow’s opportunities with a firm belief that:
Unlocking your team's potential: enabling career growth for greater success
In today's job market, one roadblock organisations often deal with when trying to hold on to employees is a concept called “talent hoarding.” Talent hoarding occurs when a manager holds tightly to an employee because they view that person as an essential asset to their team. Losing this person would likely create a hole in the department that the manager may consider challenging or inconvenient to fill.
Why Human Capital Management is crucial in an unpredictable world
Businesses worldwide face challenging times, with inflation and the energy crisis creating significant pressures. It's not the first time we are encountering global business challenges, and it certainly won't be the last. Think of all the other upheavals businesses have had to weather in recent years, from Brexit to COVID-19, the Great Resignation, and more. Even before this, there was the 2008 financial meltdown. We can glean that there will always be times of instability that we need to prepare for.
Leading in Times of Uncertainty: A Practical Guide
Today’s HR leaders must respond to unprecedented waves of change that are reshaping every aspect of the employee experience. Organisations and leaders themselves need to develop new strengths to address the challenges and opportunities which tumultuous market shifts bring.
The power of talent management: how hr leaders can thrive through change
In light of an economic downturn, layoffs and changing employee expectations, HR professionals must be ready for what lies ahead. Recently, Brianna Foulds, the vice president of talent at Cornerstone, sat down with Ave Rio, managing editor of Talent Management, for an episode of her podcast Talent10X. In their episode, “Gazing into the Crystal Ball: Top Upcoming Talent Trends,” Foulds and Rio share valuable insights on how organisations can keep their workforces thriving in 2023 and beyond.