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30 March 2021 | Online

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Online CIPD Scotland Conference 2021 – early-bird tickets now live. Book today from only £40 

Join us online at the CIPD Scotland Annual Conference on Tuesday 30 March, where we’ll be exploring alongside our CIPD experts and leading organisations like the BBC, TIMEWISE, Virgin Money, how businesses have been forced to adapt, react and implement some of the most radical changes in the way they operate in the midst of uncertainty and socio-economic disruption of the past year 

Throughout the day you’ll be guided through a mix of great organisational case studies, panel discussions and plenary sessions exploring the latest experiences and insights including: 

  • wellbeing lessons learnt from the global pandemic and how to move forward ensuring your workforce is fully supported and heard  
  • how to leverage your employees voice to drive organisational change and innovation  
  • how the pandemic has changed the way we think about adult learning and skills development in line with the changing skills needs  
  • HR’s role in Scotland’s Young Person’s Guarantee and ensuring that no one is left behind 
  • the dream of flexible working and how organisations can turn it into a reality 
  • the business benefits of having a diverse workforce and a more inclusive culture to end inequalities and unfairness at work. 


*watch this space…we have a final exciting plenary that will be announced soon! 

Book now from only £40 as a CIPD member and £55 for non-members.  

*Offer ends 5 February. 

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Day 1
30 Mar 2021
Lee Ann Panglea
Lee Ann Panglea123
Lee Ann Panglea

Opening Keynote: Working together during an exceptional year of change

Lee Ann Panglea
Lee Ann Panglea123
Lee Ann Panglea

Thought Leader – Wellbeing lessons from Covid and beyond – unlocking sustainable business success in Scotland

10:40 - 10:55

Morning Break

Sandra Kerr123
Sandra Kerr

Stream B – Leading teams | Ending racism at work – why fair and inclusive workplaces drive organisational success

Rachel Currie123
Rachel Currie

Stream A – Leading business | Making flexible working a reality 

12:35 - 13:35

Networking lunch

Stephen Moir123
Stephen Moir

Stream A – Leading business | Panel discussion: Leading organisational development in times of disruption and crisis 

Marek Zemanik123
Marek Zemanik

Stream B – Leading teams | Panel discussion: Changing skills policy to meet changing skills needs

15:20 - 15:35

Afternoon refreshments and networking

Meet the speakers