Creating a learning culture

15.6.17

River's club Tyršovo nábrežie, Bratislava

It is important for us to connect people with different experiences, different opinions and with people from different sectors and countries.
Let all of us who meet on the ship be open minded and willing to share ideas of diversity and cooperation, and let each of us leave the conference a little bit better and richer.

The HR Leaders conference is an international event. Our guests come to us from Sweden, Germany, Portugal, the UK, Australia and the neighboring Czech Republic. Lectures and workshops will be conducted in either English or Slovak language (without translation). We believe that everyone will find their passions and areas of interest within the wide range of options at the event.

"Creating a learning culture"
We do our best to make people willing to constantly improve and develop

The speakers at this year's conference will provide you with a number of divergent views and give you ideas how you can "improve" - whether through an Agile approach in HR and "emergent learning" techniques (Pia-Maria Thoren, Sweden), simplifying performance management and identifying "high potential leaders" (Gene Johnson, UK), creating free working environments (Thomas Hajzler, Czech Republic), supporting the principles of Learning 3.0 (Alexandre Magno, Portugal), implementing mindfulness principles in business (Bruce Greenhalgh, UK) or leading HR management projects (and others) through the "Dragon Dreaming" approach (Ulrike Reimann, Germany) ... as well as many other inputs. program

The Conference will take place on 15/06/2017 at the inspiring venue of the River Club boat - www.riversclub.sk

HRLeader - Branislav Hunčík

HRLeader award

Every person needs inspiration.

The mission of the HRLeader award is to find and make visible the most inspiring figures in HR. People who care about professionalism, continuous improvement of HR, ethics and values. People who can be role models for all of us.

They are the ones who deserve the HRLeader award. Last year's winner of the HRLeader award was Branislav Hunčík
HRTalent - Martina Štarková

HRTalent award

HRTalent award is designed for significant personalities among smart young people who work in HR.

It is very important for us to keep human resources attractive to skilled people and to ensure that young people in the HR world have enough inspiration and motivation. We realized that role models and inspiration for young HR professionals don’t have to be top managers or human resource managers, but also peers and young talents from this field, demonstrating their professionalism, dedication and proactive approach long before they become HR managers in large companies.

Therefore, we acknowledge the most experienced young people working in the HR world. Last year's winner of the HRTalent award was Martina Štarková.
Alexandre Magno

Alexandre Magno (Brazil)

Founder, The Learning 3.0 Company

Throughout his career, Alexandre has moved through various positions from programming computers to business management. He’s the author of “How Creative Workers Learn”, a book that has inspired workers and organisations all over the world.
He is also the learning revolutionary behind Learning 3.0, a Happy Melly brand and a well-known person in the Agile world as he has helped organizations to become more agile since 2004. Alexandre believes that emergent learning and learning facilitation are the keys to creative workers' success in this complex and fast-paced new world of work.

Gene Johnson

Gene Johnson (UK)

Managing Director, Working Matters Ltd.

Dr Gene Johnson is Managing Director of Working Matters, a business psychology consultancy that operates in the UK, Europe, and Asia Pacific. He previously worked as Dell’s EMEA Director of Talent Management and as a lecturer in Organisational Psychology and HR at the University of Auckland. Gene’s expertise lies in talent management, leadership development, and organisational change.

Pia-Maria Thoren

Pia-Maria Thoren (Sweden)

Inspiration Director, GreenBullet

Pia-Maria is the founder and owner of GreenBullet, and specializes in Agile HR, Agile leadership and Talent Management. She has worked as a consultant with many of Sweden's largest companies, helping them to implement Talent management processes and solutions, always spiced with an agile mindset. In her opinion, agile leadership and agile frameworks are the best ways to create successful change. Her vision is to create customer value and have fun at the same time.

Bruce Greenhalgh

Bruce Greenhalgh (UK)

Global Health and Wellbeing Clinical Lead, BT

Bruce is currently Global Health and Wellbeing Clinical Lead at British Telecom, the UK’s leading telecommunications provider. He has an MA in Counselling & Psychotherapy, is an accredited therapist with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and is a Fellow of the UK Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. In and out of work Bruce has a keen interest in Mindfulness, which he now teaches and practices in a range of diverse settings such as counsellor training, summer schools,and for small private groups and charities. In corporate settings Bruce has integrated mindfulness training as part of wellness programmes and more recently as part of executive training for senior managers.

Tomáš Hajzler

Tomáš Hajzler (Czech Republic)

Founder, PeopleComm

Tomáš is a promoter of free-minded companies and founder of PeopleComm. In the Czech Republic, he started a movement of freedom at work and free companies. With his Freedom Live conferences he inspired many people and through his publications he is still doing so. He is the author of "Money or Life" and since 2002, brings people the principles of freedom at work and cooperation with other people. While his ideas were initially seen as useful only in small companies and "flown" creative firms, now they are being implemented in large multinational corporations as the coming generation of young people yearn for a change in work attitude.

Ľubica Hargašová

Ľubica Hargašová (Slovakia)

HR Director, SCA

Ľubica has been in the HR field for almost 15 years. She gained her experience mainly during the transformation process in Telekom and her work at the Penta food project. From 2011 she has been the HR Director for Slovakia and the Czech Republic in SCA, which is a global leader in health and medical devices. Since 2013 she has also been the company’s managing director. Ľubica enjoys working on practically applying innovative approaches in people management and creating a positive and stimulating working atmosphere.

Phil Abernathy

Phil Abernathy (Australia)

Founder, Purple Candor

Phil is an inspiring Agile/Lean Leadership speaker, trainer, coach and consultant. His mission is to make every work place a happy productive one. His passion is making a material difference to the top and bottom line of companies by substantially lifting their leaders’ capabilities. With over 30 years of experience in blue chip companies all over the world, Phil is the owner and founder of Purple Candor.

Daniela Petríková

Daniela Petríková (Slovakia)

Plant Manager, Lear Corporation

Daniela joined Lear in 2007 .... and passed through literally every position - from industrial engineer through production and operational manager up to the position of plant manager (factory director) in which she has operated from 2012. She is one of those executives who not only proclaim the importance of development, but also clearly implement it at all the company levels - through a variety of channels such as the Lear Academy, a training center and internal coaching projects. Perhaps this insistence and tenacity in people development turned Lear in Prešov into a place where the colleagues from all around the world come for inspiration.

Ulrike Reimann

Ulrike Reimann (Germany)

Entrepreneur - Facilitator - Coach

Ulrike is inspired by alternative approaches (Dragon Dreaming, Nonviolent Communication, Theory U and Processwork) that enrich business and communities. Since 2007 she has been facilitating and training a range of teams and projects from NGOs, universities to engineering in Airbus towards more cooperative and sustainable work cultures. Ulrike is also fascinated by the potential of difficult emotions. She researched practices for expressing and transforming grief and pain of loss. Her book "Mourning in communities" (in German) was published in May 2016.

Rasťo Duriš

Rasťo Duriš (Slovakia)

Occupational psychologist

Rasťo studied the English teaching, psychology and later, social and occupational psychology. During his career, he tried trade and translation. and in 2009 settled in organizational consulting, which he finds fulfilling and enjoyable. In Slovakia and the Czech Republic, he helped to build the Hogan and Schuhfried brands and promote the benefits of online psychological assessment in HR. Currently he leads his own consulting company spoluHRame, which specializes in team development and business games, and cooperates with many renowned local and international companies. Rasťo believes in the basic principle of the Japanese kaizen philosophy - continuous improvement - and ethical leadership as a path to sustainable organizations and society.

Frank Kohl-Boas

Frank Kohl-Boas (Germany)

Head of HR North & Central Europe, Google

Frank is a seasoned HR professional. Whilst being a lawyer, he decided to work in HR, starting out with Unilever, working in 2 plants and their German HQ before joining Shell (2003-2005) and moving to Coca-Cola in 2005 in Berlin. In 2007, he transferred to Coca-Cola South Pacific, Sydney Australia and helped shape their company culture. In 2010, he and his family wanted to return home to Hamburg, Germany and so he googled his Google-job, which has grown over the years. Today he covers the HR of twenty-three Google branches in twenty countries in Europe. His main task is to support people managers in their pursuit to become better leaders and to manage their teams.

Eva Vavráková

Eva Vavráková (Slovakia)

User Experience Team, Origameo by HB Reavis

Eva Vavráková studied Psychology at Comenius University in Bratislava and Organizational science in the Netherlands. For more than 10 years she has devoted herself to HR consulting and helped managers, teams and businesses develop their potential. She is currently working with HB Reavis as a developer with a mission to ensure that office buildings take care of their users' needs and help companies meet their challenges, such as attracting and retaining talent. At the same time, she teaches at the Institute of Applied Psychology of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport in Bratislava, where she specializes in occupational psychology.

Aneta Valentová

Aneta Valentová (Slovakia)

WELL Certification Specialist, Origameo by HB Reavis

Aneta Valentová studied at the University of Economics in Bratislava and then devoted herself to motivating and remunerating employees. She gained her experience in several international IT companies. At HB Reavis, the buildings that the company builds meet the criteria of a healthy work environment. She is a WELL certification expert - she runs several certification projects in Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland.

Richard Siebenstich

Richard Siebenstich (Slovakia)

Director, Retail Channels, Marketing Communication & Online O2 Czech Republic

Richard attended a tennis school in Vienna for 6 years, completed his finances, and after 8 years in Coca-Cole he had moved from a trainee position through logistics to key customer management. Since 2012 he has been working in O2 Czech Republic and has been running the Retail, Online and Marketing Communications department. He is in charge of developing 800 people on O2 outlets, customer relationship building, online marketing innovations, and consistency in O2 brand communication. He never searched for change, but discovered that he would learn the fastest only when did it for himself.

08:00-09:00

REGISTRATION, TASTY BREAKFAST AND NETWORKING

09:00-09:20

OPENING REMARKS

09:20-09:55

GENE JOHNSON

Eliminating Performance Ratings: Yes or No?

The trend to eliminate performance ratings might be the right thing to do… if you have a performance management culture to support your intentions. The presentation looks at what various multi-national organisations are doing to simplify their performance management systems and create performance cultures, and also report on recent survey data on trends in performance management. During the presentation, you will learn how you might redesign your own performance management systems to enhance performance excellence.

09:55-10:30

BRUCE GREENHALGH

Mindfulness in business

Mindfulness is, in simple terms, a form of mental training that develops awareness. It generates a lot of interest because advances in neuroscience, combined with compelling evidence based research, shows physiologically and psychologically how it works. This research is of interest to HR Leaders because the efficacy of mindfulness is such that its impact positively affects concentration, mental health, emotional intelligence, well-being, and happiness. As a result of attending this session you will be able to understand and explain in lay terms what mindfulness means and how it works, practice a number of mindfulness approaches proven to promote health and wellbeing and consider how the concepts of mindfulness could enhance your personal and workplace performance.

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK + NETWORKING

11:00-11:35

TOMÁŠ HAJZLER

Culture of learning, or culture of organization?

Why are we talking about the culture of learning, when the culture of most businesses resembles a concentration camp or Disneyland? Let's talk about why your company exists, who (and if at all) is benefiting and whether it is actually completely useless or even harmful. Tomáš will show you some examples of companies which are doing business which helps others and minimizes the damage that every business inevitably causes.

11:00-12:00

RASŤO DURIŠ (workshop)

Individual development is not enough: how to develop teams

The 21st century brought a revival of teamwork. More and more organizations are looking for leaders who are able to build and lead motivated and powerful teams. HR increasingly comes with the need to develop not only individuals, but integrated working groups. What is important from the point of view of current psychology in developing and building teams? How to get started? How long does it take to develop this type of the team and how to measure the move and achievements? During the workshop Rasťo will answer these questions, present a case study and a demonstration of the development activity that teams can use.

GENE JOHNSON (workshop)

Building a Performance Management Culture

Process changes like eliminating performance ratings may be in vain or actually cause greater problems; the real focus should be on building a performance culture. The workshop covers the elements that comprise a culture of performance excellence, as well as framing what needs to be done in a change management context. Attendees will be able to compare their own organisations with the elements and consider which areas they might need to focus on in building their own cultures of performance excellence.

11:35-12:10

ALEXANDRE MAGNO

Learning 3.0: how to improve learning in a complex world?

HR departments are facing pressure to improve the ROI (Return on Investment) of L&D budgets. Neither training course nor specialised consulting investments are resulting in real performance improvement. Emergent learning and its several slopes is the way that companies with a 21st century mind fix this problem. What is emergent learning and learning 3.0? How do you apply it in your world? How can HR departments use it as a trump to improve learning and performance at organisations? These are some questions that Alexandre intend to answer during his presentation.

12:10-13:10

LUNCH BREAK

13:10-13:40

PIA-MARIA THOREN

Agile HR in a nutshell

The presentation will cover what HR managers need to be aware of when adjusting HR-practices to the new paradigm of employee-driven organizations and how to structure HR in an agile manner. How can HR support an agile implementation? 
How can an HR department can work with agility, for example with Kanban and 
improvement meetings? How do salaries and bonus models look in an agile organization? How do employee surveys look in an agile manner? Pia-Maria will tell you the answers not only to these questions, but she will also introduce you to practical tools, examples and exercises for HR and managers.

13:40-14:10

DANIELA PETRÍKOVÁ

Partner-partner communication in the manufacturing company

A CEO's perspective in an HR-ist skin. How do you increase productivity, independence, and KPI performance in your organization? What was the purpose of creating an academy of communication education for employees and a leadership academy for managers and middle management? Daniela will tell you how she has done it, how much she has been doing, and how much of it she is using outside of her working life.

PHIL ABERNATHY (workshop)

Creating great places to work

This workshop will introduce you to the basics of Agile and how this way of working helps to create a great place to work, that attracts great talent and delivers outstanding results. It will give you a deep understanding of Agile and what it takes to create such a great working culture. It is focused on HR professionals and will outline the transformation journey from an HR point of view.

ALEXANDRE MAGNO (workshop)

Learning 3.0: how to improve learning in a complex world?

Using the previous presentation as background, Alexandre will lead a hands-on workshop in order to introduce some of the most popular Learning 3.0 tools and practices.

14:10-14:40

RICHARD SIEBENSTICH

Who's in charge of pain?

We are looking for the best people and then educating them for the sole purpose of bringing new things, fresh insights, and moving business forward. We want them to be carriers of change. However, change is not always welcome. Are we preparing them enough for this? As part of his presentation, Richard will share with you his personal experience with managing change, what impact it has on people around, and what impact it had on him. He will also try to answer the following questions: Why are some changes so painful when it’s not necessary? How can we help? What meaningful role can HR play during these changes?

14:40-15:10

COFFEE BREAK

15:10-15:40

ĽUBICA HARGAŠOVÁ

The approach "What have I learned today?" as a basic essence in our production?

The presentation will tell you how we considered creating a learning culture in ordinary production, what meaning can the creation of such a culture bring to the work of leaders and how it could change their daily routines. Ľubica will explain and share these results with you. You will discover if this approach brought some results to the company and what it gave to the employees. And of course, Ľubica will share with us her answer to "What have I learned today?"

ULRIKE REIMANN (workshop)

Less like a machine, more like a living organism!

In the workshop, you will explore how to bring more meaningful sharing, dialogue, emotions, celebration, dreaming in fact more humanness and sustainability into the daily project-life of a team. Ulrike will be using the approach of Dragon Dreaming, a holistic and participatory project design. You will get a glimpse of how dreams and dragons can foster creativity and team spirit and how playfulness leads to successful teams and projects.

EVA VAVRÁKOVÁ a ANETA VALENTOVÁ (workshop)

Workplaces supporting employee health and well-being

We usually spend more than a third of a day at work. The office environment therefore has a great impact on our health and well-being and hence on our ability to perform at work. In the framework of the workshop, Eva and Aneta will introduce the concept of a healthy office, taking into account the user (employee) needs. They will share their own WELL certification experience that HB Reavis applies to the design of their project. WELL certification, created by the International Well Building Institute, defines more than 100 criteria for a healthy environment. It focuses, for example, on the quality of air, water and light, healthy nutrition, movement, but also the comfort and mental well-being of employees. Finally, they will present a case study - a project of designing and realizing their own office space. During the workshop you will be able to gain practical tips on how to improve the working environment for your own employees.

15:40-16:10

FRANK KOHL-BOAS

Are you ready for the VUCA world?

We live in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world. Changes happen often overnight. They are fast and unpredictable (Singularity University calls it the “6-D”: Digitized, Deceptive, Disruptive, Demonetized, Dematerialised, Democratized). Whilst the change is driven by technology, the challenge is one of human beings owning, shaping and adapting to the changes. To do so successfully requires a new way of learning, a new way of leadership and the willingness to develop and evolve company cultures which were often created in the industrial age. Frank will share with you some examples of how to face change in the different facets - creating a learning culture, displaying a needed leadership and creating a work environment allowing for the former two to happen.

16:10-16:20

CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE

16:20-17:00

FREE DISCUSSIONS WITH LECTURERS AND NETWORKING

19:30-21:30

HRLEADER AND HRTALENT AWARDS CEREMONY + GALA NIGHT, NETWORKING & PARTY

  • 08:00-09:00

    REGISTRATION, TASTY BREAKFAST AND NETWORKING

  • 09:00-09:20

    OPENING REMARKS

  • 09:20-09:55

    GENE JOHNSON

    Eliminating Performance Ratings: Yes or No?

    more info

    The trend to eliminate performance ratings might be the right thing to do… if you have a performance management culture to support your intentions. The presentation looks at what various multi-national organisations are doing to simplify their performance management systems and create performance cultures, and also report on recent survey data on trends in performance management. During the presentation, you will learn how you might redesign your own performance management systems to enhance performance excellence.

  • 09:55-10:30

    BRUCE GREENHALGH

    Mindfulness in business

    more info

    Mindfulness is, in simple terms, a form of mental training that develops awareness. It generates a lot of interest because advances in neuroscience, combined with compelling evidence based research, shows physiologically and psychologically how it works. This research is of interest to HR Leaders because the efficacy of mindfulness is such that its impact positively affects concentration, mental health, emotional intelligence, well-being, and happiness. As a result of attending this session you will be able to understand and explain in lay terms what mindfulness means and how it works, practice a number of mindfulness approaches proven to promote health and wellbeing and consider how the concepts of mindfulness could enhance your personal and workplace performance.

  • 10:30-11:00

    COFFEE BREAK + NETWORKING

  • 11:00-11:35
    11:00-12:00

    TOMÁŠ HAJZLER

    Culture of learning, or culture of organization?

    more info

    Why are we talking about the culture of learning, when the culture of most businesses resembles a concentration camp or Disneyland? Let's talk about why your company exists, who (and if at all) is benefiting and whether it is actually completely useless or even harmful. Tomáš will show you some examples of companies which are doing business which helps others and minimizes the damage that every business inevitably causes.

    11:35-12:10

    ALEXANDRE MAGNO

    Learning 3.0: how to improve learning in a complex world?

    more info

    HR departments are facing pressure to improve the ROI (Return on Investment) of L&D budgets. Neither training course nor specialised consulting investments are resulting in real performance improvement. Emergent learning and its several slopes is the way that companies with a 21st century mind fix this problem. What is emergent learning and learning 3.0? How do you apply it in your world? How can HR departments use it as a trump to improve learning and performance at organisations? These are some questions that Alexandre intend to answer during his presentation.

    RASŤO DURIŠ (workshop)

    Individual development is not enough: how to develop teams

    more info

    The 21st century brought a revival of teamwork. More and more organizations are looking for leaders who are able to build and lead motivated and powerful teams. HR increasingly comes with the need to develop not only individuals, but integrated working groups. What is important from the point of view of current psychology in developing and building teams? How to get started? How long does it take to develop this type of the team and how to measure the move and achievements? During the workshop Rasťo will answer these questions, present a case study and a demonstration of the development activity that teams can use.

    GENE JOHNSON (workshop)

    Building a Performance Management Culture

    more info

    Process changes like eliminating performance ratings may be in vain or actually cause greater problems; the real focus should be on building a performance culture. The workshop covers the elements that comprise a culture of performance excellence, as well as framing what needs to be done in a change management context. Attendees will be able to compare their own organisations with the elements and consider which areas they might need to focus on in building their own cultures of performance excellence.

  • 12:10-13:10

    LUNCH BREAK

  • 13:10-13:40

    PIA-MARIA THOREN

    Agile HR in a nutshell

    more info

    The presentation will cover what HR managers need to be aware of when adjusting HR-practices to the new paradigm of employee-driven organizations and how to structure HR in an agile manner. How can HR support an agile implementation? 
How can an HR department can work with agility, for example with Kanban and 
improvement meetings? How do salaries and bonus models look in an agile organization? How do employee surveys look in an agile manner? Pia-Maria will tell you the answers not only to these questions, but she will also introduce you to practical tools, examples and exercises for HR and managers.

  • 13:40-14:10

    DANIELA PETRÍKOVÁ

    Partner-partner communication in the manufacturing company

    more info

    A CEO's perspective in an HR-ist skin. How do you increase productivity, independence, and KPI performance in your organization? What was the purpose of creating an academy of communication education for employees and a leadership academy for managers and middle management? Daniela will tell you how she has done it, how much she has been doing, and how much of it she is using outside of her working life.

    14:10-14:40

    RICHARD SIEBENSTICH

    Who's in charge of pain?

    more info

    We are looking for the best people and then educating them for the sole purpose of bringing new things, fresh insights, and moving business forward. We want them to be carriers of change. However, change is not always welcome. Are we preparing them enough for this? As part of his presentation, Richard will share with you his personal experience with managing change, what impact it has on people around, and what impact it had on him. He will also try to answer the following questions: Why are some changes so painful when it’s not necessary? How can we help? What meaningful role can HR play during these changes?

    PHIL ABERNATHY (workshop)

    Creating great places to work

    more info

    This workshop will introduce you to the basics of Agile and how this way of working helps to create a great place to work, that attracts great talent and delivers outstanding results. It will give you a deep understanding of Agile and what it takes to create such a great working culture. It is focused on HR professionals and will outline the transformation journey from an HR point of view.

    ALEXANDRE MAGNO (workshop)

    Learning 3.0: how to improve learning in a complex world?

    more info

    Using the previous presentation as background, Alexandre will lead a hands-on workshop in order to introduce some of the most popular Learning 3.0 tools and practices.

  • 14:40-15:10

    COFFEE BREAK

  • 15:10-15:40

    ĽUBICA HARGAŠOVÁ

    The approach "What have I learned today?" as a basic essence in our production?

    more info

    The presentation will tell you how we considered creating a learning culture in ordinary production, what meaning can the creation of such a culture bring to the work of leaders and how it could change their daily routines. Ľubica will explain and share these results with you. You will discover if this approach brought some results to the company and what it gave to the employees. And of course, Ľubica will share with us her answer to "What have I learned today?"

    15:40-16:10

    FRANK KOHL-BOAS

    Are you ready for the VUCA world?

    more info

    We live in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world. Changes happen often overnight. They are fast and unpredictable (Singularity University calls it the “6-D”: Digitized, Deceptive, Disruptive, Demonetized, Dematerialised, Democratized). Whilst the change is driven by technology, the challenge is one of human beings owning, shaping and adapting to the changes. To do so successfully requires a new way of learning, a new way of leadership and the willingness to develop and evolve company cultures which were often created in the industrial age. Frank will share with you some examples of how to face change in the different facets - creating a learning culture, displaying a needed leadership and creating a work environment allowing for the former two to happen.

    ULRIKE REIMANN (workshop)

    Less like a machine, more like a living organism!

    more info

    In the workshop, you will explore how to bring more meaningful sharing, dialogue, emotions, celebration, dreaming in fact more humanness and sustainability into the daily project-life of a team. Ulrike will be using the approach of Dragon Dreaming, a holistic and participatory project design. You will get a glimpse of how dreams and dragons can foster creativity and team spirit and how playfulness leads to successful teams and projects.

    EVA VAVRÁKOVÁ a ANETA VALENTOVÁ (workshop)

    Workplaces supporting employee health and well-being

    more info

    We usually spend more than a third of a day at work. The office environment therefore has a great impact on our health and well-being and hence on our ability to perform at work. In the framework of the workshop, Eva and Aneta will introduce the concept of a healthy office, taking into account the user (employee) needs. They will share their own WELL certification experience that HB Reavis applies to the design of their project. WELL certification, created by the International Well Building Institute, defines more than 100 criteria for a healthy environment. It focuses, for example, on the quality of air, water and light, healthy nutrition, movement, but also the comfort and mental well-being of employees. Finally, they will present a case study - a project of designing and realizing their own office space. During the workshop you will be able to gain practical tips on how to improve the working environment for your own employees.

  • 16:20-17:00

    CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE

  • 16:20-17:00

    FREE DISCUSSIONS WITH LECTURERS AND NETWORKING

  • 19:30-21:30

    HRLEADER AND HRTALENT AWARDS CEREMONY + GALA NIGHT, NETWORKING & PARTY

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