We are delighted to be exhibiting at the forthcoming CIPD Festival of Work at Olympia, London on 12 and 13th June 2019. The conference and exhibition bring together the Learning and Development, and the HR Software and Recruitment shows, and adds in a brand-new dimension, The Future of Work.
Drop by our stand (we’re pitched at stand F90) to pick up our exclusive Future of Employee Engagement mini guide with lots of advice and tips for getting the best out of your people. We also have lots of other employee engagement related goodies to share and we’d absolutely love to speak to you and help your organisation improve motivation, productivity and retention with our unique 4C model.
Our innovative employee engagement platform helps businesses to diagnose and address the causes of underperformance in the workplace in 4 simple steps. Come and chat to our friendly employee engagement experts at the festival to find out more.
What else can you expect from the Festival of Work?
The Festival of Work promises to be an innovative and inspirational event for business leaders, HR professionals and L&D managers, with over 160 stellar speakers across 9 stages, 75 free learning sessions, an opportunity to network, and the opportunity to see a range of employee engagement solutions in the wellbeing and innovation villages.
Keynote speakers include the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Rt Hon Greg Clark, Garry Kasparov (one of the greatest chess players of all time), Carolyn Fairbairn, Director-general of the CBI, Vicky Pryce, Chief Economic Adviser at the Centre for Economics and Business Research and many more leading experts offering inspiration and practical solutions to overcome the challenges businesses face in the future. Speakers from businesses across the globe, including Google and Samsung will be discussing, debating and exploring the world of work.
Free learning and CPD opportunities take place across 4 stages covering the future of work, HR technology, Learning and Development at work, and talent, skills and capabilities. An exclusive ‘Future of Work’ film premier being unveiled at the festival promises exciting insights for forward-thinking businesses looking to embrace the work revolution.
Employee engagement, collaboration, coaching and communication, along with business culture and employee wellbeing are all key themes on the agenda, as is the impact of AI and technology on the way that we work.
This promises to be an exciting event bringing together business leaders, technologists, people professionals and learning development experts to celebrate the fact that the future of work is human after all. Discover how to lead your teams and equip your employees with the skills to succeed in the future with WeThrive.
Enhancing employee engagement is our passion. What’s yours? Come and tell us at the WeThrive stand (F90)! See you there!