Sydney Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, February 2018

Sydney Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, February 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Workplaces and Workforces of the Future 2018

Workplaces and Workforces of the Future 2018

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The Workplaces & Workforces of the Future Conference will focus on the integration of people, spaces and technology with a view to maximising efficiency and making better use of work spaces.  The business world and the workplace is evolving, being more global, connected and mobile than ever. The modern workforce demands flexibility as we are continually impacted by new technologies and need and desire different ways of working. This inaugural event will bring case studies and examples of innovative and creative workplaces and will bring together thought leaders, designers and experts with the latest ideas and bringing you awareness of the workplace of the future.

Kienco CEO Alex Hagan will be doing a keynote presentation at the conference on the topic Preparing for the uncertainty of the future workforce.

More information on this event can be found at: https://www.conferenz.co.nz/events/workplaces-workforces-future

Perth Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, March 2018

Perth Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, March 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Melbourne Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, March 2018

Melbourne Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, March 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Christchurch Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass March 2018

Christchurch Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass March 2018

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Kienco's Strategic Workforce Planning Training in New Zealand is run in conjunction with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.

In 2018, these courses are scheduled for:  

Christchurch: 22-23 March | 25-26 October

Wellington: 26-27 March | 29-30 October

Auckland: 28-29 March | 31 October - 1 November

More information and bookings can be found on the HRINZ Website.

Organisations are reporting that they see the link between Strategic Workforce Planning and profitability; yet at the same time reporting that they don't know how to start a Strategic Workforce Planning program in their own organisation. This course equips participants with the framework and tools to begin a best practise Strategic Workforce Planning initiative in their organisation.

Large corporate organisations who implement Strategic Workforce Planning have improved productivity and optimised their workforces, Government and Not-For-Profit organisations can do more with less and will improve service. This is where HR can contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom line of an organisation. - research has shown that organisations using best-practise Strategic Workforce Planning have higher revenue, and higher profit margins. Executives are demanding that for HR to earn a seat at the table, they need to be able to contribute to strategy in a meaningful way, and Strategic Workforce Planning provides the framework for doing this.

Kienco’s framework is a comprehensive approach to workforce planning and analytics.  It allows organisations to analyse their current and forecast their future workforces using workforce analytics; explore trends and factors both inside and outside the organisation that will affect the future of the workforce; determine whether current HR and Talent initiatives are delivering value now, and whether they will into the future; quantify and determine actions to close the gaps between the current workforce and the workforce of the future; and implement feedback mechanisms that will allow the organisation to review the effectiveness of those initiatives, and to identify where the strategic landscape is changing such that the plan needs to be adjusted.

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom-line of the organisation, as well as to build workforce agility.  Our training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore.

Places in the workshop are strictly limited to ensure a high-quality and collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information and secure your place at the HRINZ Website.

Wellington Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass March 2018

Wellington Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass March 2018

Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (map)

Kienco's Strategic Workforce Planning Training in New Zealand is run in conjunction with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.

In 2018, these courses are scheduled for:  

Christchurch: 22-23 March | 25-26 October

Wellington: 26-27 March | 29-30 October

Auckland: 28-29 March | 31 October - 1 November

More information and bookings can be found on the HRINZ Website.

Organisations are reporting that they see the link between Strategic Workforce Planning and profitability; yet at the same time reporting that they don't know how to start a Strategic Workforce Planning program in their own organisation. This course equips participants with the framework and tools to begin a best practise Strategic Workforce Planning initiative in their organisation.

Large corporate organisations who implement Strategic Workforce Planning have improved productivity and optimised their workforces, Government and Not-For-Profit organisations can do more with less and will improve service. This is where HR can contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom line of an organisation. - research has shown that organisations using best-practise Strategic Workforce Planning have higher revenue, and higher profit margins. Executives are demanding that for HR to earn a seat at the table, they need to be able to contribute to strategy in a meaningful way, and Strategic Workforce Planning provides the framework for doing this.

Kienco’s framework is a comprehensive approach to workforce planning and analytics.  It allows organisations to analyse their current and forecast their future workforces using workforce analytics; explore trends and factors both inside and outside the organisation that will affect the future of the workforce; determine whether current HR and Talent initiatives are delivering value now, and whether they will into the future; quantify and determine actions to close the gaps between the current workforce and the workforce of the future; and implement feedback mechanisms that will allow the organisation to review the effectiveness of those initiatives, and to identify where the strategic landscape is changing such that the plan needs to be adjusted.

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom-line of the organisation, as well as to build workforce agility.  Our training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore.

Places in the workshop are strictly limited to ensure a high-quality and collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information and secure your place at the HRINZ Website.

Auckland Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass March 2018

Auckland Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass March 2018

Cliftons (map)

Kienco's Strategic Workforce Planning Training in New Zealand is run in conjunction with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.

In 2018, these courses are scheduled for:  

Christchurch: 22-23 March | 25-26 October

Wellington: 26-27 March | 29-30 October

Auckland: 28-29 March | 31 October - 1 November

More information and bookings can be found on the HRINZ Website.

Organisations are reporting that they see the link between Strategic Workforce Planning and profitability; yet at the same time reporting that they don't know how to start a Strategic Workforce Planning program in their own organisation. This course equips participants with the framework and tools to begin a best practise Strategic Workforce Planning initiative in their organisation.

Large corporate organisations who implement Strategic Workforce Planning have improved productivity and optimised their workforces, Government and Not-For-Profit organisations can do more with less and will improve service. This is where HR can contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom line of an organisation. - research has shown that organisations using best-practise Strategic Workforce Planning have higher revenue, and higher profit margins. Executives are demanding that for HR to earn a seat at the table, they need to be able to contribute to strategy in a meaningful way, and Strategic Workforce Planning provides the framework for doing this.

Kienco’s framework is a comprehensive approach to workforce planning and analytics.  It allows organisations to analyse their current and forecast their future workforces using workforce analytics; explore trends and factors both inside and outside the organisation that will affect the future of the workforce; determine whether current HR and Talent initiatives are delivering value now, and whether they will into the future; quantify and determine actions to close the gaps between the current workforce and the workforce of the future; and implement feedback mechanisms that will allow the organisation to review the effectiveness of those initiatives, and to identify where the strategic landscape is changing such that the plan needs to be adjusted.

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom-line of the organisation, as well as to build workforce agility.  Our training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore.

Places in the workshop are strictly limited to ensure a high-quality and collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information and secure your place at the HRINZ Website.

HR Leaders' Summit 2018

HR Leaders' Summit 2018

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The HR Leaders' Summit returns to Auckland in 2018 for its sixth year, bringing together the top level HR leaders throughout the country to be informed, inspired and engaged.

The face of HR is changing and the HR Leaders' Summit aims to cultivate discussion and provide a platform for senior leaders to strategise and navigate this era of disruption. Kienco CEO Alex Hagan will be doing a keynote presentation at the conference on the topic Preparing for the uncertainty of the future workforce.

More information on this event can be found at: https://www.conferenz.co.nz/events/hr-leaders-summit-2018

Hobart Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, May 2018

Hobart Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, May 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Brisbane Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, June 2018

Brisbane Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, June 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Canberra Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, July 2018

Canberra Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, July 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Sydney Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, August 2018

Sydney Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, August 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Melbourne Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, September 2018

Melbourne Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, September 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".

Christchurch Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass October 2018

Christchurch Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass October 2018

Breakfree on Cashel (map)

Kienco's Strategic Workforce Planning Training in New Zealand is run in conjunction with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.

In 2018, these courses are scheduled for:  

Christchurch: 22-23 March | 25-26 October

Wellington: 26-27 March | 29-30 October

Auckland: 28-29 March | 31 October - 1 November

More information and bookings can be found on the HRINZ Website.

Organisations are reporting that they see the link between Strategic Workforce Planning and profitability; yet at the same time reporting that they don't know how to start a Strategic Workforce Planning program in their own organisation. This course equips participants with the framework and tools to begin a best practise Strategic Workforce Planning initiative in their organisation.

Large corporate organisations who implement Strategic Workforce Planning have improved productivity and optimised their workforces, Government and Not-For-Profit organisations can do more with less and will improve service. This is where HR can contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom line of an organisation. - research has shown that organisations using best-practise Strategic Workforce Planning have higher revenue, and higher profit margins. Executives are demanding that for HR to earn a seat at the table, they need to be able to contribute to strategy in a meaningful way, and Strategic Workforce Planning provides the framework for doing this.

Kienco’s framework is a comprehensive approach to workforce planning and analytics.  It allows organisations to analyse their current and forecast their future workforces using workforce analytics; explore trends and factors both inside and outside the organisation that will affect the future of the workforce; determine whether current HR and Talent initiatives are delivering value now, and whether they will into the future; quantify and determine actions to close the gaps between the current workforce and the workforce of the future; and implement feedback mechanisms that will allow the organisation to review the effectiveness of those initiatives, and to identify where the strategic landscape is changing such that the plan needs to be adjusted.

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom-line of the organisation, as well as to build workforce agility.  Our training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore.

Places in the workshop are strictly limited to ensure a high-quality and collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information and secure your place at the HRINZ Website.

Wellington Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass October 2018

Wellington Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass October 2018

Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (map)

Kienco's Strategic Workforce Planning Training in New Zealand is run in conjunction with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.

In 2018, these courses are scheduled for:  

Christchurch: 22-23 March | 25-26 October

Wellington: 26-27 March | 29-30 October

Auckland: 28-29 March | 31 October - 1 November

More information and bookings can be found on the HRINZ Website.

Organisations are reporting that they see the link between Strategic Workforce Planning and profitability; yet at the same time reporting that they don't know how to start a Strategic Workforce Planning program in their own organisation. This course equips participants with the framework and tools to begin a best practise Strategic Workforce Planning initiative in their organisation.

Large corporate organisations who implement Strategic Workforce Planning have improved productivity and optimised their workforces, Government and Not-For-Profit organisations can do more with less and will improve service. This is where HR can contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom line of an organisation. - research has shown that organisations using best-practise Strategic Workforce Planning have higher revenue, and higher profit margins. Executives are demanding that for HR to earn a seat at the table, they need to be able to contribute to strategy in a meaningful way, and Strategic Workforce Planning provides the framework for doing this.

Kienco’s framework is a comprehensive approach to workforce planning and analytics.  It allows organisations to analyse their current and forecast their future workforces using workforce analytics; explore trends and factors both inside and outside the organisation that will affect the future of the workforce; determine whether current HR and Talent initiatives are delivering value now, and whether they will into the future; quantify and determine actions to close the gaps between the current workforce and the workforce of the future; and implement feedback mechanisms that will allow the organisation to review the effectiveness of those initiatives, and to identify where the strategic landscape is changing such that the plan needs to be adjusted.

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom-line of the organisation, as well as to build workforce agility.  Our training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore.

Places in the workshop are strictly limited to ensure a high-quality and collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information and secure your place at the HRINZ Website.

Auckland Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass October 2018

Auckland Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass October 2018

Cliftons (map)

Kienco's Strategic Workforce Planning Training in New Zealand is run in conjunction with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.

In 2018, these courses are scheduled for:  

Christchurch: 22-23 March | 25-26 October

Wellington: 26-27 March | 29-30 October

Auckland: 28-29 March | 31 October - 1 November

More information and bookings can be found on the HRINZ Website.

Organisations are reporting that they see the link between Strategic Workforce Planning and profitability; yet at the same time reporting that they don't know how to start a Strategic Workforce Planning program in their own organisation. This course equips participants with the framework and tools to begin a best practise Strategic Workforce Planning initiative in their organisation.

Large corporate organisations who implement Strategic Workforce Planning have improved productivity and optimised their workforces, Government and Not-For-Profit organisations can do more with less and will improve service. This is where HR can contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom line of an organisation. - research has shown that organisations using best-practise Strategic Workforce Planning have higher revenue, and higher profit margins. Executives are demanding that for HR to earn a seat at the table, they need to be able to contribute to strategy in a meaningful way, and Strategic Workforce Planning provides the framework for doing this.

Kienco’s framework is a comprehensive approach to workforce planning and analytics.  It allows organisations to analyse their current and forecast their future workforces using workforce analytics; explore trends and factors both inside and outside the organisation that will affect the future of the workforce; determine whether current HR and Talent initiatives are delivering value now, and whether they will into the future; quantify and determine actions to close the gaps between the current workforce and the workforce of the future; and implement feedback mechanisms that will allow the organisation to review the effectiveness of those initiatives, and to identify where the strategic landscape is changing such that the plan needs to be adjusted.

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute in a very tangible way to the bottom-line of the organisation, as well as to build workforce agility.  Our training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore.

Places in the workshop are strictly limited to ensure a high-quality and collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information and secure your place at the HRINZ Website.

Brisbane Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, November 2018

Brisbane Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass, November 2018

This course introduces the discipline and principles of Strategic Workforce Planning, provides detailed case studies and examples of each part of the methodology drawn from real-world experience in several of the Fortune Global 500, and demonstrates approaches that will allow HR to contribute tangibly and sustainably to strategy.  This training has been run in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, and Singapore; and has been described as "A thought-provoking and clarifying call to action".