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Early Bird Tickets End 31st March - Purchase Here

The Future Of Work
Solutions Summit

Wednesday 29 May 2019

ICC Belfast | Waterfront Hall

Future Of Work Solutions Summit 2019

Catalyst is joining with key industry partners to deliver the Future of Work Solutions Summit for business leaders, education leaders and HR directors.

Focusing on the areas of Future of Jobs, Growth and Learning, and Leading the Change, the Summit is a must attend event to prepare business leaders to make courageous changes in your business organisations and for educators to prepare people for the workforce of the future.

Themes

Automation is, and will continue to massively impact the jobs that we do, and the skills we require to do them. We will discuss the importance of considering automation as a strategy, no matter what size of business you run. We will also look at the skill set that employees need to cultivate and will endeavour to give our attendees tools and techniques to automate, in a sustainable and ethical way.

Learning is now life long, it is no longer the sole responsibility of our educational institutes to provide this. We will showcase some creative approaches that both educational institutes and business are taking to prepare our young people for the Future of Work.  We will also delve into lifelong learning, and discuss how leaders can foster it in their organisations, ensuring that their employees can adapt as the business around them changes

Powered By Deloitte: Being a leader in this time of change, comes with its challeges.

Being a leader in this time of change, comes with its challenges.  We want to empower local leaders, to take the steps they need to remain competitive, and give them the tools to bring their employees along with them on this journey. We will look at the changing role of the manager/leader, the benefits of understanding your employee experience and navigating the changing talent dynamic.

Who should attend?

The Summit offers a unique opportunity for business leaders, HR directors and education leaders to drive the change required to thrive in the changing world of work.

Why attend?

Connect with other business leaders and educators who are passionate about adapting and growing with the changes that come with the Future of Work.

Glean invaluable insight from global leaders and researchers who will discuss automation, lifelong learning and how to lead in this rapid time of change.

Be inspired by local and international organisations, who have navigated these challenges, grew their business & inspired their people.

Hear what educators here in Northern Ireland are doing prepare their students, and how you might adapt this for your institutes.

Be challenged to act. Join the breakout sessions, where we go deep on some of our topic areas, inspiring you and giving you tools to take decisive steps in your organisation.

After an inspiring day at the Summit you will walk away feeling empowered to act in your own organisation. Seize this opportunity. Join with us. Now is the time!

Speakers

Ravin Jesuthasan

Chicago, USA

MD & Global Practice Leader, Willis Towers Watson

Ravin Jesuthasan is a global expert on the future of work and has been recognised as one of the twenty-five most influential management consultants in the world. He has been instrumental in helping the world’s biggest brands across pharma, tech, travel and financial services, transform their organisations and work to realise a real step change in their performance. He is a visionary on this hot topic and his contribution is sure to be insightful and invaluable.

Peter Worth

Educator & Learning Designer, School Retool

Peter Worth is an educator and learning designer working at the intersection of school leadership, design thinking, professional learning, and school culture change. As a member of the design team for the School Retool professional learning fellowship, a project of the Stanford d.school’s K12 Lab, he helps school leaders apply a hacking mindset to build an equitable school culture of deeper learning that prepares all students for post-secondary education, career, and civic life.

Shauna McCloy

Ulster University

Head of Employability & Career Services

Shauna is Head of Employability & Career Services at Ulster University and has worked in this field for over ten years. Her focus is on developing frameworks which embed employability into the higher education system to equip graduates with 21st Century skills and for future of work challenges. Shauna supports organisations in the development of innovative recruitment and selection strategies that enable early identification of talent and skills ensuring a streamlined talent pipeline from universities to industry.

Schedule

8.00-9.00
Registration & Breakfast
9.00-9.30Welcome & Setting the Scene
9.30-11.00
Future of Jobs
11.00-11.30Break
11.30-12.30Future of Growth & Learning
12.30-1.30Lunch
1.30-2.45Breakout Sessions
2.45-3.05Coffee
3.05-4.05Leading the Change
4.05-4.35Breakout output and Discussion
4.35-4.50Wrap up & Close

Ticket Information

Thank you for your interest in the Future of Work Summit. The Summit focuses on the areas of Future of Jobs, Growth and Learning, and Leading the Change, the Summit is a must attend event to prepare to make courageous changes in your business organisations and for educators to prepare people for the workforce of the future.
Closing date for Early Bird Tickets is 31st March 2019

Ticket Benefits

  • 1-day access to ICC exhibition floor
  • Access to all talks throughout the Summit
  • Access to Global Keynote Speakers
  • Access to themed breakout sessions
  • Opportunity to network with other attendees
  • Email support before the Summit
  • Breakfast & lunch provided

Early Bird

 

£120+VAT

€140+VAT

 

Purchase Tickets Here

General Admission

 

£140+VAT

€160 +VAT

 

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If you are purchasing 10+ tickets, further discount available.
Please contact FOW19@conferencepartners.com for more information

Location

ICC Belfast | Waterfront Hall

2 Lanyon Pl,

Belfast BT1 3WH

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