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Scotland Annual
Conference 2020

5 March 2020 | Edinburgh, Scotland

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Productive Work sponsor

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Join us for the CIPD Scotland Annual Conference, 5 March 2020 at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Hear the latest insights on fair, meaningful and productive work

Book today and save £50 with our early-bird offer – ends 17 January #cipdscotconf20

Through a mix of keynote talks, panel discussions, case studies and research-focused presentations, delegates will have the opportunity to connect with the good work agenda and learn how it will drive the future of our profession.

Why attend?

  • Meet with the region’s leading people professionals
  • Learn from a full day of fresh and engaging content
  • Share your experiences and expertise
  • Benchmark your practices and take part in focus groups
  • Explore service providers that can support your organisation

If you’re in an HR, L&D or managerial role and passionate about enabling purposeful jobs, ethical practices and inclusive work environments, then this conference is perfect for you!

Book today and make the most of this opportunity to increase your skills and knowledge to make a real lasting impact.

Group early-bird rates also available – book 4 tickets for the price of 3.

***For sponsorship and/or exhibition queries, please contact: Louise Harley L.Harley@cipd.co.uk

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Programme

Day 1
05 Mar 2020
08:30-09:30

Registration and morning refreshments

Lee Ann Panglea
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Lee Ann Panglea

Chair’s welcome remarks

Vicky Pryce
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Vicky Pryce

The state of the economy – what’s next for organisations?

11:00-11:30

Morning refreshments and networking

Julie Humphreys123
Julie Humphreys

A1 – Fairer work panel discussion: Diversity and inclusion – creating a truly inclusive environment

Edward Houghton
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Edward Houghton

A2 – Productive work case study: Data and analytics – driving evidence-based decisions

12:20-13:20

Networking lunch

Katie Jacobs
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Katie Jacobs

Panel discussion: The future of the people profession – embedding ethics in business culture

Tracey Lenthall
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Tracey Lenthall

B1 – Fairer work case study: Flexible working – finding a balance to enhance productivity

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Patricia Findlay

B2 – Productive work – unlocking innovation and productivity: is the secret of work engagement?

Jude Helliker123
Jude Helliker

B3 -Skilled work panel discussion: Upskilling employees for the future of work

15:10-15:30

Afternoon refreshments and networking

John Amaechi OBE
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John Amaechi OBE

The future of work is human

Lee Ann Panglea
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Lee Ann Panglea

Chair’s closing remarks

Speakers

Location

Edinburgh International Conference Centre
Edinburgh
The Exchange, 150 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8EE

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