Upcoming online event: Talent development in times of disruption
An exclusive knowledge exchange event for current and future Skills for Justice members
Attract, maintain, and manage talent with confidence throughout challenging times using exclusive insights from industry leaders and Skills for Justice workforce experts.
Date and Time: Wednesday, 14th October 2020 - 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
About this event:
The first in our series of Justice sector knowledge exchange events, you will hear from industry and sector leading professionals including Siobhán Sheridan, Civilian HR Director at the Ministry of Defence and Toby Lindsay, Principal consultant at Skills for Justice who will share their key challenges, insights and approaches to this relevant and dynamic topic.
This specialist sector event will allow you to connect to the right people and help you on the journey to solve workforce development problems. How can you ensure you are attracting and retaining the right talent during turbulent times? How have the ever-changing times had an impact on talent development and management and what can you do to remain focused and effective throughout? We will share insights and work together to find innovative approaches to ensure your talent projects are efficient and successful. The relationship between talent and organisation purpose and the impact of this will be explored as well as place-based approaches to talent attraction and retention.
This event will offer:
- Relevant and insightful guest speakers
- Opportunities to share best practice and learning with peers and sector experts
- Key insights into talent management and workforce development
- Exclusive launch of SFJ Awards Customised certification service
- A certificate of attendance helping to contribute to your personal development
This event is free to attend on an invitation-only basis. It is open exclusively to the justice sector, with priority booking for Skills for Justice members. If you are a non-member,1 place is available on a limited basis so register early to avoid disappointment.