We are delighted to announce we are returning as this year's headline sponsor for the CIPD Northern Ireland Annual Conference.
Managing Director at VANRATH, Barbara McKiernan said:
"There is no doubt that the economy has gone through huge transformational changes over the last 12 months.
This conference will highlight how NI businesses have navigated the uncertainty and socio-economic disruption and how they have identified opportunities which allowed them to explore new directions. We look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be a best-in-class event, with an incredible line up of speakers."
Be part of the online CIPD Northern Ireland Annual Conference, on 13 May 2021
With no doubts business has been disrupted and will not necessarily go back to normal. Instead, the current disruption has changed and continues to change the landscape of businesses and working life as we know it.
So how does the people profession react to the challenges, reassess what they do, reconfigure their companies and reinvent their activities to adapt to the disruption and prepare for the new normal?
Join us online on the 13 May at the CIPD Northern Ireland Annual Conference to hear from leading organisations including FinTru, Smurfit Kappa, Southern Health & Social Care Trust and Sensata on how they navigated the uncertainty and socio-economic disruption of the past year. A crisis like this brings new opportunities and should be a trigger to explore new directions and the conference will be your opportunity for this.
Be inspired throughout the day by a mix of great organisational case studies, panel discussions and motivational plenary sessions that will cover topical discussion and unmissable insights including:
how best to develop and support your line managers to achieve organisational success
how to support your organisations and people in times of crisis
wellbeing lessons from Coronavirus and how to use them to your organisation’s advantage
how to create inclusive work cultures that harness the benefits of diversity
how to truly make flexible working a reality
the impact COVID-19 had on the future of Northern Ireland’s skills development system.