20th September 2018

Evolution of Work Conference

Victoria Park Plaza, London
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Evolution of Work Conference

The traditional workplace is fragmenting

Technology is having a profound impact on the way we work and also our expectations of what work has to offer – and new technologies impacting on our working environment, such as Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, are constantly evolving.

Against this backdrop of rapid technology-driven change in the workplace the human condition remains and the culture of an organisation and the way it interacts with its people and its customers is arguably more important now than ever before.

Delegates to this Conference will learn how the traditional workplace is fragmenting – technology savvy millennials and digital natives will soon make up the majority of the workforce. Organisations must also grapple with the challenges that come from an increase in homeworking and the blurring of the lines between our work and our social lives.

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What to expect

  • A focus on the new technologies that are transforming the working environment and expectations of our people
  • How those technologies are changing the very fabric of the way we work
  • The changing demographics where millennials will make up 50per cent of the workforce by 2020
  • Why the human condition and human nature must be factored in to this workplace transformation
  • The blurring of the lines between our working lives and our social lives
  • A look at the paramount importance of getting the culture right in a fragmenting working environment
  • Predictions on what work will look like in five years from now and beyond

Check out the 2017 Highlights

Running in tandem with the Internal Communications Conference

We’re delighted that the Evolution of Work Conference will be running alongside the Internal Communications Conference, where delegates will learn how internal communications can deliver effective employee engagement across the entire organisation and how to create a strategy for the entire employee journey. It is during this period that effective Internal Communications strategies have never been more important.

find out more about the internal communications conference

Quick Facts

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2018 Topic Streams

The Workplace of the Future
The Impact of New Technologies
Health and Wellbeing, Diversity and Inclusion
The Workforce of the Future
Employee Recognition, Reward and Retention

2018 Speakers

Dominic Holmes

Dominic Holmes

Taylor Vinters
Giles Mcclelland

Giles Mcclelland

University of Central Lancashire
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Kate Jones

Institute of Communications
Jessica Hardy

Jessica Hardy

AXA UK
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Nick Brice

American Express Community Stadium
Antonia Dietmann

Antonia Dietmann

Ministry of Justice
Sandrea Morgan

Sandrea Morgan

Charles Tyrwhitt
Carmen Oliver

Carmen Oliver

Senior VP- HR
Roz Starck

Ros Starck

Merlin Entertainments
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Dominic Holmes

Partner, Employment Law

Dom is joint head of the employment team at international law firm Taylor Vinters.  He is highly-regarded for his wealth of expertise advising on complex and business-critical HR situations.  He has particular experience in helping employers deal with sensitive workplace disputes, senior level exits and restructuring projects (often across multiple jurisdictions).

Dom writes and broadcasts regularly on a wide range of employment and HR issues, with a specific focus on how businesses are preparing for the future world of work.   He is also one of the partners responsible for Taylor Vinters’ graduate recruitment programme.

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Giles Mcclelland

Principal Lecturer

Dr Giles McClelland is Division Leader of Business, Economics and International Business at the University of Central Lancashire. Previous to following a career in academia Giles coordinated the market intelligence and research strategy for the CallNorthWest project. Giles’ research interests are firmly located in the field of Industrial/Organisational Psychology. In particular, team effectiveness. His most recent study on how call centre teams proactively adjust aspects of their work to create more meaningful experiences was published in the Journal of Organisational and Occupational Psychology.

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Kate Jones

Chair

Kate is an award-winning internal communications specialist with over 20 years’

experience, both agency and in-house, across a range of industries. She is elected Chair of the Institute of Internal Communication, an IoIC Fellow and was named IoIC Internal Communicator of the Year 2016.

Twitter: @how_IC_it

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Jessica Hardy

Diversity and Inclusion Manager

I have worked at AXA UK for 11 years after leaving School to go on a gap year (My mum still jokes now that I am on the longest gap year ever).

From a young age I have always been passionate about fairness and everyone having the chance to succeed regardless of background, gender, & race.

In my role as Diversity and Inclusion Manager for AXA UK my focus is to harbour a culture where everyone knows we’re different and by uniting in our differences we can all thrive.

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Nick Brice

L&D Partner

Nick is L&D Partner for the American Express Community Stadium – creating and leading a multi-award winning change, leadership development and customer experience development programme since late 2010. This development programme has helped the stadium win premier national and international awards for every area of the customer journey – Best New Stadium (global), Family Excellence, Best Hospitality, Best Stewarding & Safety (global) – and even Best Pies!

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Antonia Dietmann

Head of Employee Engagement

Antonia Dietmann is Head of Employee Engagement at Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service (part of the Ministry of Justice) supporting employees through the largest reform of the justice system in history. Early experiences researching workplace bullying amongst teachers and sexual harassment in the Armed Forces impressed upon her the negative impact of when relationships at work go wrong. As such, she is passionate about the fundamental need for meaningful work relationships, founded on solid human connections, as a key driver of successful business outcomes. This partly involves giving employees a voice in shaping their experience at work and supporting leaders at all levels to create space for everyone to contribute. To do this Antonia brings psychological evidence and creativity together to deliver sustainable interventions at a large scale. This draws on her experience of nearly 15 years as an Occupational Psychologist with expertise in research, culture change, leadership and talent development, engagement, and inclusion. As a past Chair of the UK’s Division of Occupational Psychology (part of the British Psychological Society), Antonia champions the value and insight that Occupational Psychologists can bring to organisations. In recognition of her commitment to high quality work and ethical standards, she was awarded the Division’s 2017 Practitioner of the Year award for a project on listening to experiences of inclusion. Antonia has worked in three of the ‘big five’ government Departments all of which were undergoing major organisational transformation (Ministry of Defence, Department for Work & Pensions, and now in part of the MoJ), after starting her career at the University of Sheffield and Rolls-Royce. She is currently pursuing a Professional Doctorate focusing on the power of chit-chat and strong relationships at work.

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Sandrea Morgan

Senior Customer Service Manager

A self-motivated Customer Service Manager that loves developing people, employing inspirational leadership skills in order to achieve success for themselves and the business. Someone who regards teamwork as fundamental to ensure continual improvements are made in customer satisfaction, business efficiency and profitability. Ambitious, hardworking and fully flexible to meet business needs. A professional with excellent communication skills, accustomed to prioritising a demanding and ever changing workload.

Specialties: Coaching, Staff Development, Motivation

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Carmen Oliver

Vistra International

Carmen is SVP Human Resources based in Vistra’s Reading, UK office. She leads our HR Consulting and Payroll businesses.

Carmen has 25 years of HR and payroll managment experience within Technology, Retail and Financial Services sectors. She joined nortons in 2000 to develop HR services for the US client base. She works with head office executives on their international people strategy advising on all aspects of HR and Employment for the UK, Europe and Asia.

Carmen is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development – Thames Valley University. She also has a qualification in Adult teaching.

Carmen’s native language is English.

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Ros Starck

Communications

Roz Starck is an experienced strategic and ‘hands-on’ employee communications professional who runs her own business, working for complex FTSE 100 global organisations across a range of industries. She is currently helping Merlin Entertainments undergo a number of transformational change programmes, addressing the challenge of engaging a young and diverse workforce across different cultures and countries. With nearly 30 years’ experience, Roz has worked in agencies as well as for Ernst & Young, CGI, FTSE, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and Oracle.

Agenda

  • Agenda
08:15-09:00

registration & coffee

09:00-09:10

chair’s introduction

cathy brown, executive director, engage for success

Cathy Brown

Cathy Brown

Engage for Success
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Cathy Brown

Cathy Brown

Executive Director

Cathy has wide ranging experience across the public, private and third sectors in raising awareness and providing practical guidance to organisations looking to improve employee engagement. With a background in delivering strategic transformation programmes for a FTSE 100 company, she recognises the importance of values, good management, authentic leadership and the ability to listen in creating environments where people can bring the best of themselves to work every day.

As a long time public speaker & spokesperson for Engage for Success, Cathy engages and energises audiences around business change, leadership and innovation. She passionately believes that helping people find a better way to work can make a big difference to people’s lives, their organisations and ultimately to the country

The Workplace of the Future

09:10-09:35

Taylor Vinters Case Study: The Future World of Work – 5 big questions

Dominic Holmes, Partner, Taylor Vinters

The evolution of the workplace presents fantastic opportunities for organisations of all sizes.  The pace of change has accelerated significantly in recent times.  There is good reason to believe that we will see greater shifts in the way business is done over the next five years than we have seen in the previous 20 years.

Based on my experiences in working with innovative organisations and like-minded professionals, I will share some thoughts on the five key topics I think should be on the agenda for all businesses now, to get ready for the future world of work:

  • Tech – the role of automation and big data
  • Location – international footprints, remote working and the effective use of real estate
  • People – ensuring your workforce has the right skills (and the right incentives to use and develop those skills)
  • Organisation – exploring new ways of engaging with individuals and structuring your business
  • Values – the importance of diversity and protecting your workplace culture through periods of change
Dominic Holmes

Dominic Holmes

Taylor Vinters
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Dominic Holmes

Dominic Holmes

Partner, Employment Law

Dom is joint head of the employment team at international law firm Taylor Vinters.  He is highly-regarded for his wealth of expertise advising on complex and business-critical HR situations.  He has particular experience in helping employers deal with sensitive workplace disputes, senior level exits and restructuring projects (often across multiple jurisdictions).

Dom writes and broadcasts regularly on a wide range of employment and HR issues, with a specific focus on how businesses are preparing for the future world of work.   He is also one of the partners responsible for Taylor Vinters’ graduate recruitment programme.

09:35-10:00

Expert Speaker TBC

10:00-10:25

UCLAN Case Study: The Importance of Being Physically Close in a Virtual World

Giles Mcclelland, Principal Lecturer – business environment, UCLAN

There is a potential point of conflict in the future of work. Team work and collaborative behaviours are now the basic building block of organisations. However, in a globally connected world we are more physically distanced from our collaborators than ever before.

In this presentation I will present the results of a training intervention that was designed to increase the degree to which teams engage in pro-active collaborative behaviours. The results were quite surprisingly. We found that the training intervention was only effective for teams whose members sat in close proximity. In this presentation I will discuss the important role team member proximity plays in collaboration and how work can be designed to overcome the barriers of distance.

Giles Mcclelland

Giles Mcclelland

University of Central Lancashire
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Giles Mcclelland

Giles Mcclelland

Principal Lecturer

Dr Giles McClelland is Division Leader of Business, Economics and International Business at the University of Central Lancashire. Previous to following a career in academia Giles coordinated the market intelligence and research strategy for the CallNorthWest project. Giles’ research interests are firmly located in the field of Industrial/Organisational Psychology. In particular, team effectiveness. His most recent study on how call centre teams proactively adjust aspects of their work to create more meaningful experiences was published in the Journal of Organisational and Occupational Psychology.

10:25-10:55

coffee & networking break

THE IMPACT OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES

10:55-11:20

Expert Speaker TBC

11:20-11:45

Expert Speaker TBC

11:45-12:10

Tarmac Case Study: CROWDSOURCING company culture – how employee voice shaped our vision and values

Kate Jones, Head of Comms and Corporate Affairs, TarmaC

If you heave a sigh when your company announces yet another new strategy, I’ve got news for you – so do your employees, and so do the very leaders you’re expecting to cascade the latest vision.

Cue a lot of intense activity from HR and internal comms to get the strategy out there and move on to the next thing.

But there is another way. What if you crowdsourced the strategy? What if you threw away bland, identikit values and asked your people to replace them? What if you took an unmissable opportunity to update your policies and processes to truly reflect the spirit of the new world?

That’s how we approached the challenge at Tarmac – seeing it as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to align everything we did to ‘the Tarmac Way’.

Coming out of a period of significant restructuring, which itself followed years of uncertainty around the company’s ownership and future, our people needed something to re-connect around. The Tarmac Way gave them an inspiring purpose, clear and relevant values, and ambitious goals, supported by a behaviours framework that helped them celebrate current strengths and prepare for their next steps.

This session will be of interest to anyone who wants to crack the challenge of truly making strategy stick. We’ll explore how we worked from the bottom up, maximising employee engagement to win over hearts and minds and putting the power to build our future in everyone’s hands.

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Kate Jones

Institute of Communications
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Kate Jones

Chair

Kate is an award-winning internal communications specialist with over 20 years’

experience, both agency and in-house, across a range of industries. She is elected Chair of the Institute of Internal Communication, an IoIC Fellow and was named IoIC Internal Communicator of the Year 2016.

Twitter: @how_IC_it

Health and wellbeing, diversity and inclusion

12:10-12:35

AXA Case Study:

Jessica HardY, Diversity and Inclusion manager, AXA

Jessica Hardy

Jessica Hardy

AXA UK
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Jessica Hardy

Jessica Hardy

Diversity and Inclusion Manager

I have worked at AXA UK for 11 years after leaving School to go on a gap year (My mum still jokes now that I am on the longest gap year ever).

From a young age I have always been passionate about fairness and everyone having the chance to succeed regardless of background, gender, & race.

In my role as Diversity and Inclusion Manager for AXA UK my focus is to harbour a culture where everyone knows we’re different and by uniting in our differences we can all thrive.

12:35-13:00

Expert Speaker TBC

13:00-13:25

AMEX Community Stadium Case Study:

Nick Brice, director, AMEX Community Stadium

 

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Nick Brice

American Express Community Stadium
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Nick Brice

L&D Partner

Nick is L&D Partner for the American Express Community Stadium – creating and leading a multi-award winning change, leadership development and customer experience development programme since late 2010. This development programme has helped the stadium win premier national and international awards for every area of the customer journey – Best New Stadium (global), Family Excellence, Best Hospitality, Best Stewarding & Safety (global) – and even Best Pies!

13:25-14:25

lunch and Networking

The Workforce of the Future

14:25-14:50

Ministry of Justice Case Study: How Employee Engagement Supports the Transformation of HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Antonia Dietmann, Head of Employee Engagement, Ministry of Justice

HMCTS is responsible for the administration of criminal, civil and family courts and tribunals in England and Wales – and non-devolved tribunals in Scotland and Northern Ireland. We handle about four million cases a year, operate from around 350 courthouses and hearing centres and employ more than 16,000 people, most of whom are frontline, operational staff. We launched a once in a generation transformation programme of our services in 2016. Our guiding principles are just, proportionate, and accessible. There are three parts to our reform programme:

  1. Modern Settings – this includes modern buildings and also digitally-enabled processes to remove paper from the justice system.
  2. Modern Capabilities – we will equip our people with the skills and knowledge to perform in the modern, digital world; treating them with fairness and respect.
  3. Modern Technology – building what the users of our services need, and adjusting in an agile way.

Our employee engagement work aims to support colleagues as HMCTS changes. This session will describe the scale of the transformation challenge, our strategic approach to employee engagement, and the detail of our One Conversation series.

Antonia Dietmann

Antonia Dietmann

Ministry of Justice
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Antonia Dietmann

Antonia Dietmann

Head of Employee Engagement

Antonia Dietmann is Head of Employee Engagement at Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service (part of the Ministry of Justice) supporting employees through the largest reform of the justice system in history. Early experiences researching workplace bullying amongst teachers and sexual harassment in the Armed Forces impressed upon her the negative impact of when relationships at work go wrong. As such, she is passionate about the fundamental need for meaningful work relationships, founded on solid human connections, as a key driver of successful business outcomes. This partly involves giving employees a voice in shaping their experience at work and supporting leaders at all levels to create space for everyone to contribute. To do this Antonia brings psychological evidence and creativity together to deliver sustainable interventions at a large scale. This draws on her experience of nearly 15 years as an Occupational Psychologist with expertise in research, culture change, leadership and talent development, engagement, and inclusion. As a past Chair of the UK’s Division of Occupational Psychology (part of the British Psychological Society), Antonia champions the value and insight that Occupational Psychologists can bring to organisations. In recognition of her commitment to high quality work and ethical standards, she was awarded the Division’s 2017 Practitioner of the Year award for a project on listening to experiences of inclusion. Antonia has worked in three of the ‘big five’ government Departments all of which were undergoing major organisational transformation (Ministry of Defence, Department for Work & Pensions, and now in part of the MoJ), after starting her career at the University of Sheffield and Rolls-Royce. She is currently pursuing a Professional Doctorate focusing on the power of chit-chat and strong relationships at work.

14:50-15:15

Expert Speaker TBC

 

15:15-15:40

‎Charles Tyrwhitt Case Study:

Sandrea Morgan, senior customer service manager, ‎Charles Tyrwhitt

Sandrea Morgan

Sandrea Morgan

Charles Tyrwhitt
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Sandrea Morgan

Sandrea Morgan

Senior Customer Service Manager

A self-motivated Customer Service Manager that loves developing people, employing inspirational leadership skills in order to achieve success for themselves and the business. Someone who regards teamwork as fundamental to ensure continual improvements are made in customer satisfaction, business efficiency and profitability. Ambitious, hardworking and fully flexible to meet business needs. A professional with excellent communication skills, accustomed to prioritising a demanding and ever changing workload.

Specialties: Coaching, Staff Development, Motivation

15:40-16:10

coffee & networking break

Employee Recognition, Reward and Retention 

16:10-16:35

Vistra International Case Study:

Carmen Oliver, Senior VP HR, Vistra International

Carmen Oliver

Carmen Oliver

Senior VP- HR
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Carmen Oliver

Carmen Oliver

Vistra International

Carmen is SVP Human Resources based in Vistra’s Reading, UK office. She leads our HR Consulting and Payroll businesses.

Carmen has 25 years of HR and payroll managment experience within Technology, Retail and Financial Services sectors. She joined nortons in 2000 to develop HR services for the US client base. She works with head office executives on their international people strategy advising on all aspects of HR and Employment for the UK, Europe and Asia.

Carmen is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development – Thames Valley University. She also has a qualification in Adult teaching.

Carmen’s native language is English.

16:35-17:00

Expert Speaker TBC

17:00-17:25

MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS cASE sTUDY:

Ros Starck, Communications, Merlin Entertainments

Roz Starck

Ros Starck

Merlin Entertainments
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Roz Starck

Ros Starck

Communications

Roz Starck is an experienced strategic and ‘hands-on’ employee communications professional who runs her own business, working for complex FTSE 100 global organisations across a range of industries. She is currently helping Merlin Entertainments undergo a number of transformational change programmes, addressing the challenge of engaging a young and diverse workforce across different cultures and countries. With nearly 30 years’ experience, Roz has worked in agencies as well as for Ernst & Young, CGI, FTSE, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and Oracle.

17:25-17:30

chair’s closing remarks

cathy brown, executive director, engage for success

Cathy Brown

Cathy Brown

Engage for Success
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Cathy Brown

Cathy Brown

Executive Director

Cathy has wide ranging experience across the public, private and third sectors in raising awareness and providing practical guidance to organisations looking to improve employee engagement. With a background in delivering strategic transformation programmes for a FTSE 100 company, she recognises the importance of values, good management, authentic leadership and the ability to listen in creating environments where people can bring the best of themselves to work every day.

As a long time public speaker & spokesperson for Engage for Success, Cathy engages and energises audiences around business change, leadership and innovation. She passionately believes that helping people find a better way to work can make a big difference to people’s lives, their organisations and ultimately to the country

17:30

drinks & networking party

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20 september 2018
VICTORIA PARK PLAZA

239 VAUXHALL BRIDGE ROAD,
LONDON, SW1V 1EQ

The four-star Park Plaza Victoria hotel in London, situated within walking distance of Victoria train, coach, bus and Underground stations, provides an excellent transportation link to London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports. The hotel is also centrally located to some of the city’s main tourist and shopping attractions, including Buckingham Palace, Harrods, the Houses of Parliament, Theatreland and Oxford Street.

On-site facilities include dining options, Amber Spa and an Executive Lounge, this Victoria Station hotel is thoughtfully designed to suit business, conference and leisure travellers alike. The Park Plaza Victoria London is also a non-smoking hotel.

DIRECTIONS:

From London Paddington National Railway Station (approx 25 mins)

  • Take London Underground
  • Travel via the southbound Bakerloo Line service to Oxford Circus
  • Change for the southbound Victoria Line service and depart at Victoria
  • Walk south on Wilton Road for 100 metres
  • Park Plaza Victoria London will be on your left

From King’s Cross & St. Pancras National Railway Station (approx 15 mins)

  • Take the London Underground
  • Take the Victoria Line southbound towards Brixton
  • Depart at Victoria
  • Walk south on Wilton Road for 100 metres
  • Park Plaza Victoria London will be on your left

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