Breakout sessions: Case studies

27 Nov 2018
11:30-12:30
ICC Belfast
Helen Gowler
Workday Strategic Alliance Director, PwC
Steve Orr
CEO, Catalyst Inc
Paul Gillen
Partner and Employment Lawyer, Pinsent Masons
Helen Honeyman
Head of HR Policy, Products and Governance, Royal Bank of Scotland
Sinead Carville
Executive Director of Human Resources, FinTrU
Sarah Guerra
Director of Diversity and Inclusion, King’s College London

Breakout sessions: Case studies

The morning breakout sessions will show you case studies of how organisations are enabling well-being, creating a more inclusive workplace and effectively embracing technology. You have the option to choose the sessions that are more aligned to your objectives.

A1 – Implementing a holistic well-being programme

This will explore:

  • creating a holistic well-being initiative tailored to your employees’ needs
  • setting the foundations and achieving buy-in from employees and stakeholders
  • managing your strategy within budget and overcoming challenges

Helen Honeyman, Head of HR Policy, Product and Governance, Royal Bank of Scotland
Sinead Carville, Executive Director of Human Resources, Fintru

B1 – Creating truly inclusive environments

This will explore:

  • implementing a D&I strategy aligned with your organisation’s objectives
  • understanding how inclusion and engagement are intrinsically linked
  • designing a leadership development programme that is inclusion centred

Sarah Guerra, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, King’s College London
Paul Gillen, Partner and Employment Lawyer, Pinsent Masons

C1 – Embracing technology and digital working in the way we work

This will explore:

  • overcoming current technology challenges in the working landscape
  • identifying the best digital solutions for your business
  • how the democratisation of work and automation are inextricably linked

Steve Orr, CEO, Catalyst Inc
Helen Gowler, Global HR Technology Lead, AVON

This session is sponsored by: