Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, will be taking to the floor at the Civil Service Live exhibition, 2-3 July 2013 at Olympia London, to discuss managing talent within the public service sector.
In his seminar, Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus will look at the growing importance of talent management and the need for more effective practices in an economy where talent continues to be a scarce resource and competition for this critical asset is greater than ever.
This seminar will address a number of talent challenges facing HR departments including:
Do we have the right talent on board to support Central and Departmental strategy?
What if a key employee or leader moves on?
How can we ensure that the right skills and wealth of experience of those approaching retirement are transferred to younger generations?
And, do we have the talent with the right competencies ready, willing and able to fill future roles when the time comes
Said Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus:
“Kallidus is delighted to be presenting at Civil Service Live this year. Identifying, developing and preparing the leaders of the future forward at a time of cost containment is one of the most pressing issues today facing the HR function in both the public and private sectors.
This is the first time we have been at this event and we are looking forward to a great two days where delegates will be able to gather innovative ideas and practical tools to improve skills and capabilities inspiring the way they work”.
Civil Service Live is the annual conference and exhibition delivered in partnership with the Cabinet Office, bringing together senior government and private sector stakeholders to collaborate, learn and build relationships. Civil Service Live takes place on July 2 – 3 at Olympia, London.
Kallidus will be on stand G96 within the G Cloud hub for both days of the event. To pre-book a demonstration with a Kallidus expert at the show to discover how Kallidus solutions can add real value to your organisation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org