BrighterMonday, your career and recruitment partner is inviting HR managers and other C-level executives to this year’s forum, to discuss effective ways of running a multi-generational workforce. The event is aptly themed “The Multi-Generational Workplace”.
With thought-provoking sessions by seasoned HR practitioners and a chance to network with industry professionals, this is set to be a stimulating event. Discussions will be centred on tapping into the strengths of the diverse workforce, providing better tools for work and planning for use of skills.
Building on previous HR Forums, this is bound to be an impactful event with accomplished managers leading the consultation through their experiences.The speakers will be Jackie Ogonji, the General Manager, Human Resource and Administration at Liquid Telecom; Stewart Samkange, the Human Capital Management Advisor at Oracle Kenya; Ann Kabianga, the Lead Consultant and Managing Director at Connect Experiential; and Sarah Richson, an Executive Coach, Professional Growth Mentor and Thought Leader.
The modern workplace is comprised of several generations. As such, there is need to come up with effective ways of managing the diversity of the people in order to maximise on what everyone has to offer the business. Many managers and HR practitioners continue to grapple with the problem of recruiting and retaining employees from diverse generations. This is a global problem and this forum will shed light on strategies for managing this kind of workforce.
The event will be held at the Laico Regency Hotel on the 27th of January 2017 from 7:30am to 12:45pm. To book your spot, contact Catherine on 0721 864 601 or 0703 026 105. You can also drop her an email on email@example.com. Booking closes on the 26th of January 2017, at 1200 hours.
For only Kshs 3,500, you will get to create lasting networks and earn a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) point, as per the Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) guidelines.
Come and interact with like-minded people and share insights on how to approach this unique staffing composition.