Leaders are being called to move beyond demonstrating emotional intelligence to having much deeper values-based conversations. At the same time, leaders are being asked to create shared cultures and feelings of belonging with and between people they now rarely interact with person to person.
Volunteering through one of the CIPD programmes is a great way to develop and demonstrate the core knowledge and behaviour standards set out in the new Profession Map and truly live the purpose and values.
Roundtable on ethical HR risks discussing current ethical issues and challenges and considering responses to contemporary HR ethical risks.
CIPD is calling for senior leaders to prioritise wellness at work. It is encouraging more significant investment in health and well-being by training managers, so they are confident and competent to support staff.
Join CIPD Manchester Branch in collaboration with MiRS to learn how meaningful work can improve employee attraction, motivation and retention, creating workplaces where people thrive.