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The HRM departmental Conference Talent Management: your HR career

21 March 2013

This event features six senior HRM speaker slots offering insight into how talent is managed in their organisation.

In April Westminster Business School is hosting a series of workshops and speaker events, including the annual HRM conference on April 3rd this year from 12 to 5pm on Talent Management: your career. All workshops are free to Westminster Business School students and alumni.

About the HRM Conference: Mapped to the CIPD behaviours of curiosity, driven to deliver, skilled influencer, business acumen, role model, courage to challenge and personal credibility the presenters offer career insight.

Speakers include: Professor Barbara Allan (keynote speaker), Lorna Clayton (CLS bank), Esther O'Halloran (Paul's Bakery), Perry Timms (pthr formerly of the Big Lottery Fund), Carl Clarke and Kasia Mazurkiewicz (ThomsonReuters) and Cerian Morgan (Deutsche Bank) with Michael Moran (TenEighty).

Book your place at the conference

Students can also confirm their attendance for the other workshops below, which will be taking place during the same week:

2 April, Tuesday

Workshop
Time
Room
BAT Test 9am IT Labs
Researching your company 12-2pm M327
Presenting for Success 2-4pm M327
CV Writing 4-6pm M327
Freshkies: how not to get fired on day one: email and business communication 4-6pm M327
Drucker for Future Leaders - Introduction 2-5 pm M203

 

3 April, Wednesday

Workshop
Time
Room

Research Poster Event

10am        

Chiltern

HRM Conference Talent Management: your HR career

12pm

Hogg
Alumni Speaker Panel Event: Careers and the Changing Job Market

6.30pm  

Chiltern

How to become a Project Manager

6pm

M324

 

4 April, Thursday

Workshop
Time
Room
Galleou Training Consultant Public Speaking 12-2pm M324
SAP workshop 4-6pm M325
Interview Skills 4-6pm M324

 

5 April, Friday

Workshop
Time
Room
Managing Online Applications 10-12pm LAB B9
Panel industry professionals - launching your career 4-6pm M324
Drucker for Future Leaders Introduction 10-1pm M204
CAPITA assessment centre workshop 12-2pm M324
The Recruitment Process 2-5pm M324
Drucker for Future Leaders Introduction 2-5pm M204

 

It should be noted that for the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (2nd April at 9am) it is also necessary to register on the Bloomberg site.


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