Top industry experts and HR executives to explore trends and best practices for optimising workforce management initiatives at London event.
Cornerstone OnDemand, a specialist in integrated learning and talent management software and services, is hosting a Learning and Talent Management Roundtable event this Thursday, 2 July from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Coopers’ Hall in London. The complimentary event will bring together industry experts with top learning and human resources (HR) executives in an interactive forum to examine talent management issues and gain insight for optimising HR strategies.
“More organisations are recognising that, amid downsizing, restructuring and cost cutting, their most valuable assets are their employees,” said Adam Miller, President and CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand. “Making employee engagement and development a priority can directly impact a company’s bottom line. But modern work environments require a fresh approach, one that combines collaboration tools with traditional solutions for learning and performance management, in order to accommodate faster information cycles and global, geographically dispersed workforces.”
During the Roundtable event, Miller will lead a discussion and offer his perspective on human capital management issues impacting today’s organisations, such as motivating and retaining high performers, identifying critical roles, succession planning, and addressing skill gaps. Other event speakers include:
Sharon Bell, Programme Delivery Manager, Group Strategy for Manchester Airports Group, who will discuss performance management key learnings and best practices, and Donald H. Taylor, Chairman of the Learning and Skills Group, who will explore the impact and value of corporate social networking and collaboration tools for learning and talent management strategies.
Commented Taylor, “There are always fads in technology-supported learning, but collaboration is not one of them. On the contrary, social networking tools support people’s natural ways of learning, and I’m delighted to be working with the group to examine how best to deploy them.”