Opening panel – making Good Work happen by focusing on skills, fairness and productivity

06 Nov 2019
09:40 - 10:30
Peter Cheese
Chief Executive, CIPD
Naga Munchetty
Journalist, Presenter and Broadcaster
Susan Clews
Chief Executive, ACAS
Trevor Phillips OBE
Chair, Green Park Executive Recruitment
Rupert McNeil
Government Chief People Officer and Director General Government Shared Services

Opening panel – making Good Work happen by focusing on skills, fairness and productivity

Plenary session

Recent political and economic uncertainty is affecting organisations and business decisions more than ever before. The danger is that actions to protect the short-term bottom line can lead organisations to forget the long-term benefits of good people practices.

Long-term economic stability, business and societal well-being can only be achieved through a commitment to fairness, increasing productivity and investing in future skills – we need a joint effort from the policy and business community to focus on the key pillars of good work.

Join this key strategic opening panel discussion to hear from the key drivers of good work and learn how you can make a difference in your organisations to create a better society and economic well-being for all. The panel of experts will explore:

  • focusing on good work to solve the productivity puzzle while getting the best out of your people
  • investing in future skills, fairness and productivity to drive economies and organisational success
  • succeeding in the fourth industrial revolution by driving positive change within organisations

Rupert McNeil,
Government Chief People Officer, Civil Service UK
Trevor Phillips OBE, Chair, Green Park Executive Recruitment
Susan Clews, Chief Executive, ACAS
Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, CIPD

Chaired by:
Naga Munchetty, Journalist, Presenter and Broadcaster