Come along to our Members' Forum, 14 November, London, UK
Our Members' Forum provides an excellent platform to network with others and explore and discuss this year's theme: Tough Times and the Power of HR; looking at the impact HR can have in times of economic crisis. The day is open to all from the afternoon onwards and to People In Aid members all day, to include our Annual General Meeting.
The day will begin with our Members' Forum for People In Aid members only. There will be an update on the Joint Standards Initiative; It is important that our member organisation’s voices are heard during the morning’s consultation on the Joint Standards Initiative, so that we can receive an update on the coherence process, hear feedback received to date and help to shape the future of our Code of Good Practice and of People In Aid.
Annual General Meeting
Our Annual General Meeting will also be taking place during the day. As a People In Aid member, you will hear from your elected representatives (Jonathan Potter, Executive Director, Neil Casey, People In Aid Chairman and Duncan Milroy, People In Aid Treasurer) about the performance of the organisation and can have your say about our future plans.
Our Annual Report will also be launched and presented on the day.
From 2.15 onwards, all are welcome to join as the Members' Forum continues into the afternoon with Roger Parry, Director of Agenda Consulting, presenting on Employee Engagement in a Nutshell, exploring what employee engagement is and how it can be measured.
Our State of HR 2012 report will also be launched alongside a round-table discussion on scenario-planning - What if the economic situation gets better, worse or stays the same?
The event will close with networking drinks, kindly provided by Vanbreda International at around 5pm.
People In Aid member - 09.30 - 17.00 (followed by networking drinks) Free
Non-member - 14.15 - 17.00 (followed by networking drinks) GB£25
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Thursday 11 October 2012
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