One of the major challenges organisations currently face is how to attract, recruit and retain the key talent
One of the major challenges organisations currently face is how to attract, recruit and retain the key talent pool of Gen Z and Millennial employees. Businesses have faced difficulties during the disruption of the pandemic, with the virtual onboarding process, high attrition rates and evolving expectations among this cohort forcing a rethink in approach.
The human and employee experience continues to converge at a rapid pace, and companies will need to stay ahead of this if they are to create a sustainable pipeline of young talent.
To bring clarity on how to navigate the rapidly changing experience of work, we are delighted to be joined by author and renowned global practitioner, Ben Whitter. Ben also built, developed and led the UK’s #1 apprenticeship and graduate scheme (Training Journal Gold Award).
As a participant in this session, you will learn how to:
• Understand the critical elements of employee experience and how to shape them for your high-potential young talent
• Create a more self-directed base of future leaders by exploring the power of connecting their career pathways to learning pathways, and IMI’s approach to this
• Combat attrition of your most promising young employees and lay the foundation for a strategy to attract, develop and challenge the next generation
Ben Whitter was named as one of the world’s top management thinkers by Thinkers50 and one of the top 30 organisational culture speakers in the world by Global Gurus in 2021. He pioneered and popularised the concept of employee experience worldwide and created the Holistic Employee Experience (HEX) model, which is used by the world’s leading brands to deliver exceptional business, brand, human and societal outcomes. Reaching over 18 million colleagues through his writing, research and speaking, his work has been featured by The Economist, BBC and The Financial Times, among others.
Register now: https://lnkd.in/gQZnxEfe
(Thursday) 9:30 am - 11:00 am