Two-day conference • 12-13 November 2014
Pre-conference Workshop • 11 November 2014
UCT Graduate School of Business, Protea Breakwater Lodge, CAPE TOWN
The current state of industrial relations in South Africa calls for a more strategic approach, as the high level of unrest is a cause for concern for investors and investor confidence. Issues such as poor socio-economic conditions of workers, inter Union rivalry and violent strikes resulting in job losses need to be addressed. Knowledge Resources has organised a high level industrial relations conference, focusing on the changing IR environment – new realities, new challenges and new approaches. The speakers and topics have been carefully selected to reflect the latest trends in the South African industrial relations landscape.
21-23 October 2014 • The Hyatt Regency, Rosebank
21 October: WORKSHOP • 22-23 October: CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION
Learning leaders are under pressure to prove the value and impact of their learning function on the business and the bottom line. The business of learning needs to be seen and run as a business and there needs to be a fundamental shift about how one thinks about learning in order to bring the learning function to the next level. If you are an executive tasked with leading and creating a learning environment that drives company performance, you should attend the exclusive Chief Learning and Development Officers Conference taking place 21-23 October. Gain valuable insight into how to build a strategically aligned, impactful, valuable and recognised learning function in today’s challenging world of work.
Two-day conference • 29-30 October 2014
Three Cities Gateway Hotel, Umhlanga – Durban
The importance of involving HR in organisational strategy cannot be underestimated. One of the pivotal roles in the next generation of HR service delivery is the HR Business Partner. The new Business Partner must be strategic. Moving your HR function into a more transformational role and educating management on the importance of a strategic partnership with HR is what every organisation should strive for. Knowledge Resources’ HR Business Partners Conference will provide expert advice on how to build your own partnering capabilities, whether you are currently in an HRBP role or are looking to take the next step. Many organisations have already progressed along this route. Here is a conference where you will be able to share your experiences, successes and lessons learned. .
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