Global HR Trends Summit Malta 3

12 May 2022 Malta

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About the Event

Hello Malta!

We are back May 12th 2022 with a brand new edition of the Global HR Trends Summit Malta 3 featuring presentations by HR experts whose work is reshaping the global HR world after COVID-19!

In 2022 we are taking the event to a completely new level by introducing brand new speakers, brand new presentations and tons of interactive discussions that will help you prepare your organization for a post-pandemic world! 

Featuring presentations by some of the world's most innovative HR experts, from companies like  MÖLNLYCKE, BMW, ING GROUP, DATACAMP, MERCK, C-YourCulture, Pearson College  to help you master even the most challenging HR trends of the future.

Why The Global HR Trends Summit Malta 3 is a must attend event:

-MÖLNLYCKE will share how they have set up their HR department for the future
-BMW will share a case study on how they are engaging their employees in a Post-Covid world
-How to promote resilience & agility in your company like ING Group
-How MERCK is organizing its HR Data Quality Monitoring
-DATACAMP will share their strategy for talent acquisition
-The summit will also feature an Interactive Workshop: Hiring and Promoting with Diversity in Mind, by Anne Morrison, Chair, Pearson College London’s Governing Body, former BAFTA chair & former BBC Academy Director offering new strategies on successfully hiring employees.
 

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Facts & Figures

  • The first ever edition of the Global HR Trends Summit was held in Belgrade, Serbia in May 2012.
  • In the past 11 years, the Global HR Trends Summit has been hosted in 24 different countries including Malta, Canada, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Turkey, Georgia, Qatar, Iran, Israel, Switzerland and Bahrain.
  • The Global HR Trends Summit is the only HR Summit that brings global knowledge and experience and enables learning in a highly interactive environment! 
  • So far there have been over 80 HR Trends Summits Around the World! 

Speakers

Claudia Chloe Tattanelli C-YourCulture

Julia Markina Merck KGaA

Azad Navaz BMW AG

Florine van der Ven ING Group

Catalina Schveninger DataCamp

Martin Lexa Mölnlycke Health Care

Anne Morrison Pearson College London’s Governing Body (former BAFTA chair, former BBC Academy Director)

Agenda

08.00 

Registration & Morning Coffee

09.00

 The Future Of HR – The Pandemic As Chance To Reshape Our Function?


The Covid-19 crisis provided our function an opportunity to step up to the unpredictable challenge by leading the business and our employees through times of uncertainties. Risk-taking, learning by doing, agile working and caring of our employees at the same time were displayed by us to navigate the organization through the crisis in the short-term. Now or never is the time to adapt our function to be well set-up in the long run!

Martin Lexa, Chief People & Communications Officer, Mölnlycke

09.30 

Employee Engagement At Work Post Covid-19


   

Learning about the impact of Covid-19 has had on your employees during the pandemic.How people have adapted to remote work? How engaged were your employees during the pandemic? How to manage those who prefer to work from home or those who long to return to the office (Hybrid Work Model) 

Azad Navaz, Head of Qualification, Training & Retail HR, BMW

10.00

The Importance Of Fostering An Inclusive Culture To Drive Sustainable Business Performance 
We will look into the strategic importance of culture why inclusivity is key in driving business performance
How to maintain strong cultures in a hybrid work environment 
How to measure culture and the ROI
Claudia Chloe Tattanelli, CEO & Founder, C-YourCulture

10.30 

Craftsmanship Agility: How Are YOU Going To Be Ready For The Future?
The pandemic has caused the world to shift, organizations preparing to constantly be ready for the future. But how are we going to make sure you and your employees are remaining relevant for the future?

Florine Van Der Ven, Global HR Business Partner Tech, ING GROUP

11.00

Q&A Panel Discussion

11.45 

Lunch for Speakers and Delegates

12.45

 What The Heck Is Talent Anyway?
Finding a clear talent definition is challenging. In general, talent in the workplace is approached in multiple ways: it can describe innate or mastered skills, but is also used to define high-performing and high-potential employees. Hence, the exact meaning of talent in a business setting varies according to the context and point of reference.
In this session, we will unpack several talent-related topics and try to get to a new definition of what talent is (and what isn't) in the post pandemic context:
Corporates, large and small, tend to have some sort of talent development programs in place but do they actually work?
Everyone talks about skills/reskilling/upskilling. Is talent dead and replaced by the super-skilled?
Performance management has been reinvented. Have our "talents" noticed anything about it?
If indeed someone is a “talent”, do they truly need to be "acquired" or "managed"?

Catalina Schveninger, Chief People Officer, DataCamp

13.15 

Automated HR Data Quality Monitoring


The HR Data Quality Dashboards provide visual representation and details on the result of the current suite of proactive data quality monitoring checks implemented in collaboration between Data Governance, Data Science and Data Management Teams. There is one Dashboard used weekly by a Data Quality Team to check the quality of data in several HR Systems (employee information, compensation data, etc.) and raise tickets in case of needed improvements and changes. Another Data Quality Health view is reported and refreshed on a monthly basis to present a long-term development of the quality in different contexts (systems, analytic solutions, business processes, etc.). Data checks are implemented in a python script and results are presented in a Tableau Dashboard.



Julia Markina, Senior Data Engineer, Merck KGaA

13.45 

Q&A Panel Discussion

14.15 

Networking and Refreshment Break

14.45 

Interactive Workshop: Hiring and Promoting with Diversity in Mind

In this session, we’ll go beyond thinking of a diversity strategy as a box ticking exercise to explore the real-life benefits to your business if it is implemented in the right way. Many companies complain they can’t find diverse staff. We’ll look at resourcing strategies which can help, but also how to benefit from those staff once they’ve been hired, and how you can empower and promote them within the organization, overcoming the obstacles. Participants will gain insights from short practical exercises, informed by Anne’s in-depth experience in this area as a senior manager in several organizations, including the BBC.

Anne Morrison, Chair, Pearson College London’s Governing Body (former BAFTA chair, former BBC Academy Director) 

16.30 

End of Conference

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