THE NEXT WAVE
What is the “Next Wave” of talent and work shaping up to look like for Europe? This year’s Retreat will explore the early trends that we are seeing that are already shaping how organizations think about and define what an employee is. We’ll show examples of new organizational structures and ways of getting work done that reflect the trends we’ve been seeing over the past 6 years.
We focus on an interactive, discussion-based format. There are few formal presentations or “talking heads.” Experts lead discussion groups. We develop practical
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2016
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The Grand Hotel Karl V
3511 XA Utrecht, Netherlands
Grand Hotel Karl V, Utrecht
REASONS TO ATTEND
INSIGHTSGet early insight into emerging talent trends so you are prepared to take action.
We bring a global perspective to the Retreat with research from Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
TRENDSDevelop a clearer picture of the major issues and trends and how they interconnect with HR, recruitment and learning strategy.
As a group we will work out solutions to your specific issues.
CUTTING-EDGESee new technologies and practices that are helping to solve the issues you have.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The Retreat is reserved for senior leaders of human resources, talent management, recruitment and learning. There are no vendors.
Employee Development/Leadership Development Leaders
Organizational Development Leaders
Performance Management Leaders
WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU
Willingness to share your experiences in talent management- good and bad.
Openness to new experiences.
The daring to be different and brave enough to state your opinions; take a stake.
Implement New Ideas
Willing to make a commitment to try and implement the ideas we come up with and share your experiences with us all.
CORE THEMES FOR 2017
Trends that matter a presentation of our analysis and trends map for 2017 and beyond.
A discussion of what are the latest best (and future) practices in workforce planning, attraction, assessment, performance management, learning & development, and retention.
A presentation and discussion of the best technologies for the future of HR, recruitment, performance management, and learning.
OUTCOMES & TAKE AWAYS
Deep understanding of emerging issues and a draft set of tactics for dealing with them
An Action Outline summarizing the ideas, processes, technologies, and tactics we discuss
Membership in an ongoing community of like-minded people to share ideas with and continue the conversations we begin
Valuable networking with other future-focused colleagues
FEEDBACK FROM PAST ATTENDEES
What a great group of people!! Thoughtful, dedicated, nice mix! Wonderful connections. Loved the talks/discussions about the future of specific topics. Loved the group work around specific topics.2014 USA Attendee
The location was perfect to disconnect and relax. The number of attendees was perfect so we could really get to know each other. The small group work was fantastic and exercise like Global Cafe were so engaging and effective.Leanne J.
What I liked most was the ability to have deeper and longer range discussions with my peers in the industry, and particularly getting a broader perspective from many different industries and geographies.Chris G.
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Tuition for the full day including lunch: €999
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