We love engaging with our global HR community, especially through our social media and digital channels. What has been sparking the most interest? Here’s our round-up of the most read and talked about topics in July 2014.
Just starting out? A career as an HR professional can be both challenging and rewarding – and we’re delighted that we can showcase innovative and inspiring business leaders to give you insights into the industry.
Barney Ely, director at Hays, advises on the best ways to start a career in HR and what types of career paths they have to offer. Knock, knock…
Get to know your peers in the global HR community through our career profile series. We talked to Kyle Wagner about his career challenges, landing his dream job and helping people to get theirs. Plus, he revealed why gaining agency and internal recruitment experience has given him a massive advantage in his current role.
One venue, one Changeboard team and 500 senior HR professionals gathered at the Royal Opera House in London on 9th July for our first ever conference, Future Talent, in support of Plotr and the CIPD’s Learning to Work programme.
The audience was treated to an array of motivational and inspirational speakers; thought-leaders from business, the arts, education, government and the HR profession, who gave their views and insights into this vital leadership challenge.
I had the privilege to live-tweet at the event, and I was amazed by the level of engagement. The conference stimulated lots of debate and discussion – and our twitter hashtag #FutureTalentConf trended in the UK – it’s certainly a topic we’re all very passionate about. Make sure you subscribe for Changeboard’s next print issue, for all the highlights on the event and in-depth interviews with the speakers. Read more>
We were thrilled to host the Carnival of HR summer open edition, showcasing the best thought-provoking – and controversial – articles in the global HR community.
Do you have ‘executive presence’? What is the worst leadership or management advice you have ever received? A couple of tasters for you to look forward to.
As future talent continues to become an increasingly pressing issue for employers across the globe – our May-July 2014 issue focused strongly on what business leaders are doing to address this leadership concern – and of course, we recently hosted our Future Talent conference.
Creating a supportive workplace for the next generation is about practical life and career advice from experienced professionals. Therefore, we asked six HR professionals and business leaders to give their advice to the next generation of workers – here are their words of wisdom. Read more>
Across the globe, we head to the Middle East.
What are you doing to prepare for your workforce of tomorrow? HR leaders from Accenture, SABIC and Imperial Tobacco share what steps they’re taking from behind the scenes to ensure they are future-ready.
Plus, they reveal how you can increase your appeal to top talent and gain advantage over competing employers.
This month, we waved farewell to our super talented online content editor, Katie Richard, as she headed for pastures new in her native Canada.
Taking her place, we welcome Karam Filifilan. Karam has extensive knowledge and experience in the recruitment, graduate and education sectors, and we’re ecstatic to have him on board.
Wishing Katie and Karam every success in their new roles.