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HR Business Partner Conference & Workshop 2017 Cape Town

INFORMATION

Pre-Conference Workshop • 15 August 2017
Two-day conference • 16-17 August 2017
Post-Conference Workshop 18 August 2017
Cape Town


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.

The 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.

The conference focuses specifically on the HR Business Partner as a strategic role within the organisation. The conference speakers, organisations and topics have been exclusively researched to offer:

  1. Success stories from highly regarded HR professionals and organisations.
  2. Key insight into how successful HR Executives and Business Partners are delivering results and adding value.
  3. New knowledge and expertise to guide and equip you for your present and future HR BUSINESS Partner role.

Every speaker will leave the delegates with 5 - 10 very practical outcomes that can be implemented the next day back at work



For more information about the Conference, please contact Michelle Raymond on michelle@knowres.co.za or +27 11 706 6009.

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

DAY ONE • 16 AUGUST 2017

07:30–08:30 REGISTRATION | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources Registration Staff

08:30–09:15

Translating and Implementing Organisational Strategies into actionable HR Practices

Dale Fobian, HR Executive at Pioneer Foods

09:15–10:15

The HRBP as a driver of Corporate Value
[Interactive Panel Discussion]

Dale Fobian and Caron Aitken
10:15–11:00

Measuring the Success of HRBPs

Andre Muller, Head of HR at Pernod Ricard SA 

11:00–11:30 Morning tea

11:30–12:15

Facing the challenge to attract, retain and adjust black executives in Cape Town

Valerie Tapela, Founder at Leading Within
12:15–13:00

Talent Value Management

Andre Pandy, MD, Human Insights

13:00–14:00 LUNCH | Engage in meaningful, learning conversations while enjoying a delicious meal

14:00–15:00

Employee Engagement:  this is how we do it (CASE STUDY)


15:00–15:15 AFTERNOON BREAK | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

15:15–16:00

The new generation of HR Analytics


16:00 Close Day-1

 

DAY TWO • 17 AUGUST 2017

07:30–08:30 REGISTRATION | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources Registration Staff

08:30–09:15

Why do good employees quit?

Caron Aitken, HR Director, AIIM
09:15–10:00

Fit-for-purpose Organisational Design – Getting it right

Professor Theo Veldsman, Work Psychologist, Former Professor in Work Psychology, UJ (co-editor of Leadership: Perspectives from the front line)
10:00–10:45

Living and Leading Through Change – A Toolbox for HRBPs

Rashida Sader,
Head of People at Direct Axis


10:45–11:15 Morning Break

11:15–12:00

Performance Management and Appraisals – Reinvented to be relevant for the Uber Age

12:00–13:00

Your HR compliance and HR standards checklist


13:00–14:00 LUNCH | Engage in meaningful, learning conversations while enjoying a delicious meal

14:00–15:00

HR Business Partner Competency Framework:  Business Partnering for Excellence and Sustainability

Victor Mothobi,
Stellenbosch University at Senior Director HR


15:00–15:15 Afternoon break | Enjoy tea & coffee and networking

15:15–16:00

Building a strong and credible working relationship with line managers

16:00–16:15 Wrap up


SPEAKERS

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WORKSHOP

Talent Value Management

In-depth pre-conference workshop
Tuesday, 15 AUGUST 2017
Facilitator • Andre Pandy , MD, Human Insights

Cape Town

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND


Why you have to attend this workshop

The contemporary model of Talent Management is changing; organisations want to know what value does Talent Management practices contribute to the bottom line. Our challenge today is to find a complementary process and philosophy that enhances the way we do Talent Management.

This workshop will change your current Talent Management paradigm and allow you to see Talent Management from a whole new perspective – from a business viewpoint. It will shift your focus away from Talent Administration.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES


By using the TVM philosophy, provide participants with thought leadership, tools, frameworks and diagnostics which will help them shift their organisations’ focus toward Key Talent driving organisation value.
Key outcomes of the workshop
Provide participants with:
  • A broad view on why we need to refocus our Talent Management efforts – from Talent administration to Talent Value Management
  • An Introduction to the concept of Talent Value Management (TVM), its philosophy, processes and frameworks
  • Tools to implement TVM
  • An opportunity for HR to drive real business value with a business aligned Talent agenda

WORKSHOP TIMES
07:30–08:30 REGISTRATION
08:30 WORKSHOP BEGINS
10:30–11:00 MORNING BREAK
12:30–13:30 LUNCH
15:00 AFTERNOON BREAK
16:30 WORKSHOP FINISHES

YOUR FACILITATOR
Andre Pandy
Andre Pandy is the founder and Managing Director of Human Insights (Pty) Ltd, a management consultancy focusing on the formulation of Results-Based, impactful HR Solutions based on deep human and organisational insights. He has worked in both Emerging and Developed markets over a 27-year period and has accumulated a wealth of insights on human and organisational dynamics in the Automotive, Healthcare and FMCG industries. He is a specialist with more than 25 years of experience in HR and Talent Strategy formulation, Talent Acceleration and Coaching, Change Management and creating High Impact Teams. He has a B. Com (Cum Laude) from the University of the Western Cape and a B. Com (Hons) from the University of Port Elizabeth, complemented with specialised executive training at Insead – France, Ashridge University – London, and Deloitte University – Texas. He is also an Internationally Accredited Emotional Intelligence Coach.


Delivering Customer and Employee Value through People Strategy

In-depth pre-conference workshop
Tuesday, 15 AUGUST 2017
Facilitators • Tjaart Minnaar & Dave van Eeden

WORKSHOP OUTCOMES
  • Gain a clear understanding of what People Strategy is, in the context of Business and Customer strategy
  • Go beyond buzz words to a real understanding of the underlying principles of a Customer Centric culture and an effective Employee Value Proposition
  • Learn how to apply a model which can be used in crafting a People Strategy
  • Translate a People Strategy into a practical action plan
  • Reflect on your current practices
WORKSHOP Key themes
Session 1: Introductions and scene set
Session 2: The interaction between business strategy, customer strategy and people strategy
Session 3: Playing a meaningful role in delivering customer value through your people strategy
Session 4: Defining and building your Employee Value Proposition (EVP). Identifying, integrating and crafting the components
Session 5: The role of the HR Business Partner role in this process
Session 6: Practical application

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Human Resource Leaders who are currently required to develop, execute and support a People Strategy and those HR Practitioners who wish to extend their knowledge and understanding well beyond the transactional requirements of the role.

WORKSHOP TIMES
07:30–08:30 REGISTRATION
08:30 WORKSHOP BEGINS
10:30–11:00 MORNING BREAK
12:30–13:30 LUNCH
15:00 AFTERNOON BREAK
16:30 WORKSHOP FINISHES

YOUR FACILITATORS
Tjaart Minnaar

Tjaart Minnaar advises several South African blue-chip companies and has international consulting experience in areas such as organisational change and development, employee engagement, executive coaching, strategic planning, business structuring, industrial relations and conflict resolution. His specific area of interest is the design of large-scale organisational performance improvement processes of which he has lead numerous projects in the food, financial services, engineering, construction and mining industries, as well as for parastatals and local government. As a testimony to his success, several of his clients have scooped the overall prize or won categories in the Deloitte Best Company to Work For Survey. Tjaart has close to 30 years consulting experience in Human Resources and Business strategy execution. He is the founder of the consulting firm 2Collaborate and is a strategic partner of Weben Partners, an international Sales and Marketing consultancy based in London and operating globally.

Dave van Eeden is the Southern African agent for Weben Partners, an international Sales and Marketing consultancy based in London, and operating globally. Dave has over 30 years of experience in Human Resources and Organisation Improvement. He has consulted to various organisations and has held senior positions in Human Resources and Organisational Effectiveness at Libstar, the University of Cape Town, Tiger Brands, Woolworths (South Africa) and Sentrachem. Dave has an Honours degree in Psychology, an MBL from UNISA and a Bachelor’s degree in Knowledge and Information Management from Stellenbosch University. He has also attended various international business school programs and was previously a partner in HR Global Innovation, an international Higher Education Human Resource consulting business. He recently edited a book entitled “The Role of the Chief Human Resource Officer” under the auspices of Knowledge Resources.


In-depth post-conference workshop
Friday, 18 AUGUST 2017
Facilitators • Dr Tony Davidson & Gerald Jacobs

This down-to-earth course provides managers with the tools and the confidence to manage health related problems in the work place. This includes absenteeism management with the latest information regarding traditional healer certificates.


PURPOSE
To equip managers and supervisory staff with skills to deal with contentious medico-legal problems effectively, fairly and legally. (Information on pregnancy, HIV/AIDs is offered in the manual)

WORKSHOP OUTCOMES
  • Basic understanding of the law – particularly sick absence legislation in Basic Conditions of Employment Act
  • Understanding absenteeism
  • Methods of measuring and monitoring absenteeism Specifically, for the South African environment – what to do with traditional healer certificates
  • Understanding the incapacity process

APPROACH
  • Question and answer
  • Use of personal experiences
  • Simple case studies
  • Work book with ready reference information

This programme has run extensively through several organisations, and led to the introduction of a comprehensive sick leave programme. Consulting is provided to deliver a relevant absenteeism management programme, if required.

These were comments from the Heads of Dept of Health Science Faculty of the University of Cape Town following the recent training session.
  • Helpful and dynamic presentations
  • Good facilitator and good mix of interactive and didactic information
  • Fun, interactive, informative, simplification of complex concepts
  • Excellent style and high-level of facilitator skills enabled high-level participation
  • Good use of humour

YOUR FACILITATORS
Dr Tony Davidson

Dr Tony Davidson has been working as an occupational health specialist for the past 20 years, helping his clients – from large, JSE listed companies to small ‘mom & pop’ businesses. He has helped companies introduce strategic, integrated health delivery models, and supported managers through the difficult processes of managing absenteeism, HIV/AIDS and disability type of problems. Gerald Jacobs, a 20+ years in the trenches labour lawyer and consultant with a practical approach to these and related daily labour “sick” problems. He has a compassionate touch, yet is still a successful arbitration fighter on ill health terminations. He is a skilled, dynamic trainer. You’ll want him on your side! Clients include Engineering, Clothing, Retail, Hospitality, Chemical, Education and many other organisations, big and small.



REGISTRATION OPTIONS


REGISTRATION FEES
  Price (excl. VAT)
Two-day conference and Pre-conference workshop:
15-17 August 2017 (save R1500)
R9 500 .00
Two-day conference: 16- 17 August  
R7 400 .00
Pre-conference workshop: 15 August 
R3 600 .00
Post-conference workshop: 18 August  
R3 600 .00
Two-day conference and pre-conference workshop 1 or 2 and post conference workshop (save R2000)
15 – 18 August  
R12 600.00

Please note:

  • Payment must be received prior to attendance
  • Registration fees include refreshments, lunch, parking and conference material
SETA grants and accreditation requirements
Many of our delegates enquire about the accreditation of our events. There is a misconception that organisations qualify for SETA grants only for accredited programmes. This is not correct. The payment of SETA grants is regulated by the Government Gazette, no. 9867, Vol. 570, 3 December 2012, no. 35940. These Regulations clearly state that the SETAs “must allocate a mandatory grant to a levy paying employer” that has submitted a WSP and ATR by the regulated date, has provided all the information required in the regulated template, and is up to date with skills levy payments. Furthermore, the template in the Regulations (Section C: Skills Development) allows employers to include ALL planned training in the report; not only accredited programmes.
 
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Please download the registration form and return by:

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SPECIAL OFFERS

  • Register 3 delegates and the 4th delegate attends free of charge!
  • Special discount for registered NPO’s, small businesses (30 or less employees) & full-time lecturers at universities – contact us for more information!

MORE INFORMATION 

For more information please contact
Michelle Raymond on +2711 706 6009  or michelle@knowres.co.za

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To book your seat contact Magdeline Matlatse on +2711 706 6009 
magdeline@knowres.co.za

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