Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, is hosting a talent management breakfast seminar for senior HR professionals in London on 19 March.
Keynote speaker John Knell, the bestselling author and leading authority on business leadership and workplace change, will be exploring how the twin forces of technology and culture are transforming customer service, calling for a new approach to developing talent. Emma Rolfe, Group Human Resources Manager at Ultra Electronics, will be sharing her experience of managing today’s key talent challenges and Kallidus will be chairing a roundtable discussion to help drive change.
John Knell is widely regarded as an outstanding public speaker and thought-leader on organisational transformation. He is renowned for his ability to challenge entrenched status quo positions and the senior decision makers who often hold them, often resulting in significant organisational change initiatives.
At the Kallidus seminar, John will be debating three key issues in his keynote speech ‘The challenges of developing talent for business growth’:
The strategic and cultural impacts of technology on leaders, the workforce and customer needs
How improved collaboration and knowledge-sharing can lead to greater business success
The need to radically transform talent management and succession planning strategies to develop ‘tech-savvy’ innovative leaders capable of revolutionising customer service
The business breakfast is part of the Kallidus Coffee Club series of seminars aimed at helping senior HR and talent professionals grow their businesses by tackling today’s most pressing HR and business challenges. By teaming up with pre-eminent industry authorities and providing insight into real customer challenges, the seminars are designed to inspire and support organisational change and provide the opportunity for HR professionals to network with peers.
Said Rob Caul, Kallidus Chief Executive: “We are delighted to have John joining us to share his thought-provoking views on the impact of technology and culture on talent management practices. John has a great deal of practical insight to offer organisations looking for innovative ways to transform their business and achieve long-term growth and success.”
The complimentary Kallidus Coffee Club seminar is being held on 19 March 2014 at Thistle London Heathrow Hotel and following breakfast from 8.30am onwards, runs from 9am-11am.
Further information and reservation are available via Claire Bailey, Marketing Communications Manager at Kallidus on +44(0) 1285 883924 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about Kallidus visit www.kallidus.com or follow @Kallidus on Twitter.