The Public Service People Manager’s Association (PPMA) is delighted to announce their popular annual seminar for 2016 will be held at
Aston University Conference Centre, Birmingham – Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd June 2016
Click here to download the Seminar programme.
Click here to download a map and directions to the Aston conference venue.
Click here to download delegate joining instructions
The stage is set and the players are coming together to create a space for learning, debating, networking and conferring for people professionals in public service. We are developing an exciting agenda based on key areas of concern and interest to colleagues across public services.
Key speakers and workshop leads include: Lucy Adams from Disruptive HR (formerly HRD at the BBC) with a focus challenging HR and leading change; John Henderson, CEX at Staffordshire, on the move into local government from a very senior role in the military and what he sees as the strengths and challenges of leading a large authority and what HR can do to help; professor Guy Daly from Coventry University on health and social care integration and workforce issues; Martin Cresswell from Impower on cultural dynamics and Paul Medd from Fenland DC on issues for districts and boroughs.
The emphasis for the two day event will be on collaborative working, workshops and good practice from across the sector. Workshops will focus on the Future of Local Government; The Social Workplace; Cross Sector Collaboration and Health Integration; Business Intelligence; Data, HR and the hard stuff; The Pay and Reward Edit; Service redesign, early intervention and demand management; Wellbeing – Juice for thought; and Engaging for Transformation. There will be ‘hackathons’ ahead of the conference on each of the eight workshops to capture ideas ahead and to ensure that the agenda is live and of value to you.
Alongside our talent showcase, the awards dinner and some structured networking contributions from leading experts and practitioners, examples of good practice and lots of learning to take away are set to make the event lively, engaging, brim-full of useful stuff and a chance to meet with colleagues to energise and focus on the challenges ahead for HR and OD.
Here’s Sue Evans talking about this ‘not to be missed’ event.
So make sure you book early and put the dates in your diary now.
Come, challenge, question, share, learn and enjoy!
Visit the Book your place page to download the booking form. Please attach and return your booking form to [email protected]
Below are a selection of the presentations from the annual seminar – click here to view the presentations via SlideShare – more will follow shortly.
Designing public services for the digital age
Speaker: Tony Browne – Head of Organisation Design, FutureGov
Link to a blog post that gives a narrative to the presentation.
The Social Workplace – Connecting and Engaging for Results
Speakers: Kate Wilson, Director, TMP Worldwide and Lauren Kort, Director, Glassdoor
Aspirations for integration and the workforce challenges
Speakers: David Holmes, Director of HR, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust and Professor Guy Daly, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Coventry University
Social Media – it’s not just for the kids
Speakers: Olivia Vines, Head of Marketing, JobsGoPublic, Nichola Newbery, Head of Client Partnerships, JobsGoPublic and Neel Patel, Head of Client Partnerships, JobsGoPublic
Juice for Thought
Speakers: Andrew Dodman and Gary Butterfield
Link to a case study about Juice at the University of Sheffield.
Employment Law Update
Speakers: Laura Merrylees, Employment Law Editor, XpertHR and Sheila Attwood, Managing Editor, Pay and HR practice, XpertHR
Leading People in a Disrupted World
Speaker: Lucy Adams, Founder of the disruptive HR Agency
Click the links below for additional information from Lucy’s presentation:
Specific stuff about getting rid of appraisals:
A webinar that I said I would forward https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/no-more-appraisals-delivered-by-the-disruptive-hr-agency-webinar-tickets-25266221950
Are Appraisals doomed? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20131102214028-131079-are-performance-appraisals-doomed
Time to scrap appraisals http://www.forbes.com/sites/joshbersin/2013/05/06/time-to-scrap-performance-appraisals/
10 reasons they don’t work http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/01/24/10-reasons-performance-reviews-dont-work/?_r=1
Plus some blog posts from Lucy:
Future Proofing HR: Bridging the Gap between Employers and Employees
Speakers: Maude Julien, Senior Associate, Mercer and Julia Howes, Principal, Mercer UK Talent
Link to Mercer Global Talent Trends Report 2016
Job Evaluation: Now and in the Future
Speaker: Sarah Messenger, Head of Workforce, Local Government Association
Change the story… Change the workforce
Speaker: Dawn Reeves
Future gazing, the evolution of people industries
Speaker: Tanya Laird, Founder, Digital Jam
Video links that Tanya referred to in her presentation:
Messaging that Makes a Change
Speakers: Martin Creswell, Chief Executive, iMPOWER Consulting and Jenny McArdle, Director iMPOWER Consulting