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People, Performance & Culture Group

The Group (formerly the HR Group) provides a formal network to examine the impact of the very real changes that are redefining every aspect of work, and concepts that engender best practice.

As professional firms experience rapid change from technology and big data, generational, gender, social and ethnic imbalance, and increasingly diverse ecosystems, leadership that harnesses the power of people, performance and culture is increasingly a strategic priority.

Quarterly roundtables for up to 20 members help members share challenges and solutions.

Additional Management team events bringing together members of all Forum Groups.

Clarify how members can best contribute to the challenges and opportunities facing their firms, all of which are people businesses.

Explore ways to develop a relationship of mutual respect and trust with the firm-wide leader and other C-Suite members.

Provides expert insight, collaboration and leadership across all professional sectors on matters that influence strategic planning to build successful cultures and sustainable growth.

An inclusive forum – other networks exclude those without a formal HR qualification.

A private hub free for any senior knowledge, innovation or technology expert at any organisation worldwide – more…

 

 

Events

What does good line management look like in professional services?

Wednesday 02 October 2019

While making the numbers is always mission critical, the best managers aim to coach and champion their teams, reward behaviours, embrace change, extend their networks and stay connected. Why?

  • Managers can’t take optimal decisions about the work that produces their results without listening to the frontline. 
  • Managerial and organisational barriers often prevent people from applying what they have learned, no matter how smart and motivated they are. 
  • Being an approachable manager is insufficient; your people will still withhold valuable intelligence. 

The Technology Summit - Is your firm 'AI ready'? Does it matter? What's really happening?

Monday 11 November 2019

The core of the Forum's 2019 Technology Summit is an update on the project from the team of researchers at four leading business schools (Sheffield, Manchester, Lancaster and UAL London). Given the project is live, the detailed agenda and speakers will not be announced until nearer the date. But places can be booked by clicking on 'Request a guest pass' now.