Last week we asked you to take part in a HR Leaders Pulse Survey to be in with a chance to win 5 VIP tickets to Ireland’s biggest HR & leadership conference this year.
We were overwhelmed with the response and we would like to thank everyone who took part. However, there can only be one winner…the winner of the 5 VIP tickets is Caroline Grant!
Talent Summit takes place Thursday 22nd February in the Convention Centre, Dublin.
The theme for this year’s conference is Accelerating Growth Through Talent and Technology. With continued economic growth, companies' focus has switched from survival to growth. Developments in technology, demographic change and urbanisation are transforming the world of work. At the same time, talent shortages prevail.
Join us on February 22nd to learn from industry leaders how companies are accelerating their company's growth through talent and technology.
Sir Ken Robinson will headline the event.
Sir Ken Robinson helps transform organisations’ corporate culture to focus more on fostering and developing creativity. His 2006 and 2010 presentations have been seen by more than 350 million people in 160 countries, making Robinson the most-viewed speaker in the history of Ted Talks.
Other speakers include:
Dave Hazlehurst (aka Google Dave) Partner, PH Creative
Dr. Peter Lovatt, Dance Psychologist | University of Hertfordshire
Andreea Wade, CEO, Opening.io
Joe Creegan, Head of Corporate Life & Pensions, Zurich
Professor Amanda Shantz, Associate Professor of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour,Trinity Business School
Aisling Teillard, CEO, Tandem HR Solutions
Karen Ní Bhroin, Conductor in Training, RTÉ Choirs, Orchestras and Quartets
Johnny Campbell, CEO, Social Talent ...and many more...
Topics covered by keynotes and panels on the day will include:
The Future of Talent Acquisition: Automation v Influence
Performance Through People: Where Instinct Meets Insights
Uniquely Human in the Age of Machine Learning
Powering the Future Workforce through Artificial and Human Intelligence
Learning for the "Skills Generation": The need to adapt and evolve as quickly as technology
Get your tickets now