Our HR Seminar club is for HR professionals and employers to hear from industry specialists and network with like-minded individuals. It’s free of charge and we look forward to welcoming you to our next event.
Our HR Seminars are a series of 2 hour seminars, exclusively for HR Directors, HR Managers, HR Officers (or others with overall responsibility for HR within their organisation). Held quarterly at AFC Bournemouth, and St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, each seminar provides a specialist speaker and an interactive environment for discussion. 30 – 60 HR professionals regularly attend, making this a useful opportunity to network with peers.
Each event focuses on an area of immediate relevance, including employment law, professional development and HR innovations. You will be able to ask relevant questions of the speaker and each attendee is issued with a personal certificate of attendance, which can be used as supporting evidence with CPD credits.
There is no charge for most of our events, but places are subject to availability, so please book your place in advance.
Upcoming topics for 2018/2019 – Bournemouth
20th November 2018 – Dee Clayton, Simply Amazing Training – Improving your communications with coaching conversations
15th January 2019 – Helen Jamieson, Jaluch – Genuine and Effective Inclusion
5th March 2019 – Paul Burton, Frettens Solicitors – Annual Employment Law update
Upcoming topics for 2018/2019 – Southampton
13th November 2018 – The Colour Works – Six stages to team transformation
22nd January 2019 – Helen Jamieson, Jaluch – Genuine and Effective Inclusion
12th March 2019 – Paul Burton, Frettens Solicitors – Annual Employment Law update
Please contact Laura Webb on 01202 233777, option 3, or firstname.lastname@example.org for details on future seminars. Your input is always welcomed to ensure our seminars remain topical and of interest to HR thought leaders.
Improving Your Communications With Coaching Conversations
20/11/2018 9:00 am
Following on from a recent session on motivating and empowering teams - we uncovered that a common contributor...