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About The Forum
People Analytics The Future of HR EUROPE
Redesigning Workforce Landscape in the Digital Age
As businesses are now facing unparalleled obstacles and are being forced to respond, adapt, and adjust at a breakneck pace. How can you make the most of the opportunities you have to propel the company forward and ensure its long-term viability?
Participate in our global virtual summit on People Analytics & The Future of HR Forum (via Zoom) from 30 November to 2 December 2021 to learn how data and analytics can be a valuable resource during this phase.
Providing you with the information you need to determine the most effective and accurate action plans for your company’s and people’s futures.
This forum has been planned with your interests in mind, whether you are trying to transition from conventional reporting to people analytics or whether you want to advance your analytics skills.
Discuss the ethical problem of using data monitoring for remote working with your colleagues and learn about the benefits of incorporating AI into the people analytics feature.
The forum will also look at how data is being used to shape the workforce landscape in the digital age, and how analytics will help you boost employee happiness and success.
Package A: Forum Only
(Plust GST if Applicable)
Package B: Forum + Workshop A or B
(Plust GST if Applicable)
Package C: Forum + Workshop A & B
(Plust GST if Applicable)
Group Discount Fees Plus GST
Group discount of 10% for the 2nd participant from the same organization.
For limited time only by 30 August 2021 register 4 participants and the 5th participant will receive a complimentary seat.
*One discount scheme applies.
DAY 1 & 2: 30 NOV & 1 DEC 2021
HR And GDPR: Suggested Actions For Employers Using People Analytics
People Analytics And GDPR: The Challenge of HR
Case study: Google and People Analytics Today
Drive People Performance Using Analytics
The Role of People Analytics in Helping Organization Identify the Link Between Employee Wellbeing and Company Financial Performance
Data Protection Impact Assessments ("DPIAS")
Employee Value Proposition: Creating Data-Driven Employer Branding Messages
Diversity & Inclusion and the Role of People Analytics
Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Analytics: Business Benefits
Artificial Intelligence in Human Resources Management
How To Build The People Analytics Infrastructure For A Hybrid World Of Work
Implementation of Workforce Analytics at Swissport: HR-Analytics as a Holistic Cross-Functional Approach to Add Value in a People-Driven Business
DAY 3: 2 DEC 2021
WORKSHOP A: Emotional Intelligence for HR Leaders
WORKSHOP B: Using Skills Data to Shape Your Future Workforce and Retain Top Talent
For more details, please download the brochure here.
Reasons to Join This Forum
Explore the most recent people analytics and workforce technologies in this data- and AI-driven world.
Understand how business titans such as Microsoft, Google, and Unilever use analytics to redesign HR and solve core talent challenges.
Learn about tried-and-true best practices and realistic perspectives on how companies chart a path for analytically guided HR.
Participate in outcome-driven break-out sessions and panels to demystify numerous HR analytics usage cases such as opinion analysis, succession planning, diversity and inclusion, and more.
Hear from expert leaders who have played a significant role in the analysis of HR on key issues and solutions.
Take advantage of a valuable opportunity to participate and form relationships with think and industry leaders in the rapidly expanding HR analytics space.
Create a future-proof HR strategy to comprehensively understand the key elements that will define your HR model in 2025 and beyond.
Get a glimpse of your organization’s most critical HR data and KPIs to formulate a strategy accordingly.
Discover the benefits of integrating blockchain into the people analytics functionality.
Gain actionable insights on how data-driven work patterns affect your employee’s wellbeing, productivity, and business performance.
Human Resource Business Partner
Executive Director, Talent, and Culture
NSW Department of Planning, Industry, and Environment
People Data and Analytics Lead
Lead Machine Learning Engineer
Manager Rewards and Analytics
Swissport International Ltd
Human Resources Director & APAC HR Business Partner, MDC & Analytics
Chief People Officer
Global Talent Acquisition Director, E2E Supply Chain & Operations
Director of People and Culture
JTI (Japan Tobaco International)
Head of Human Resources
National Disability Services
Group Director-Employee Experience Sustainability
Senior Director, HR Transfromation JAPAC
Head of Reward
Head of People Analytics
International Committee of the Red Cross-ICRC
Head of People Analytics North America
Director - Analytics & Data Strategy, Europe
Head of Global People Analytics & HR Data - People & Culture
Product Owner People Analytics & Insights
Emotional Intelligence Matters for HR Leaders
Emotional intelligence (EI) is becoming a key element in driving people-centric businesses. Post Covid-19, organizations are effectively applying the lens of EI while making key decisions around people matters. Emotions are a key part of people’s make-up and the main driver of behaviours, thoughts, and performance. Providing that HR’s core function is ‘people,’ most HR leaders’ activities focus on managing emotionally charged events. This is through an employee life-cycle starting from hiring, compensation, performance, talent management, and grievance through terminations. HR practitioners need to be equipped with a high EI level to build a happy, engaged, and productive workforce even in remote setups. Since people are the most valuable asset for any organization, understanding human emotions and learning how to regulate them is critical for HR leaders to drive a healthier culture and improve employer branding
Co-Founder | Senior HR Consultant
Using Skills Data to Shape your Future Workforce and Retain Top Talent
Organizations are facing unprecedented challenges, they are being disrupted in many ways, and the skills they require to respond are rapidly evolving. At the same time, competition for external talent is high. Together, organizations often face skills gaps within their organization, without a strong external pipeline to fill those gaps. Learn how your organization can use skills data to shape your future workforce, retain top talent, and thrive in the future of work.
Head of Data and Insights
Flow of Work Co