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The Driving Change Conference

Demonstrably Impact The Bottom-Line With Innovative, Real-World Strategies To Deliver Successful Organisational Change

A One-Day, Practitioner-Led Conference & Networking Event, 27th September 2017, Millennium Mayfair, Central London. Download The Brochure. Book Online Here.

Discover Fresh, Innovative, Real-World Approaches To Driving Successful, Sustained Cultural, Behavioural & Organisational Change In Today’s Constantly-Evolving Landscape

  1. Best-Practice Change Models & Strategies: Achieve your long-term change goals with successful change management models
  2. Drive Sustained Employee Engagement: Reduce change fatigue, build trust and inspire long-term staff engagement and buy-in
  3. Successfully Influence & Empower Leaders: Engage line managers to maintain colleague engagement and support your objectives
  4. Brexit, The Economy & Macro Change: Strategically build insights on the potential effects of worldwide change and uncertainty into change planning
  5. Fresh, Engaging Change Communications: Effectively deliver tough messages in times of change, disruption and uncertainty and keep up to date with digital and technology trends
  6. Demonstrate Value & Impact: Effectively attribute results to convince senior stakeholders of the benefits of change management
  7. Embed Positive Cultures & Behaviours: Shift cultures, behaviours and mindsets to embrace change and drive long-term results
  8. Agile, Change-Ready! Deliver more value, faster, with reliable strategies to develop an agile, resilient organisation

26 Change Management Innovators Unite At This Unique One-Day, Brand-Led Event: Change Management Models & Strategies Keynote • Employee Engagement Panel • Empowering Leaders • Change Communications • Brexit, The Economy & Macro Change Panel • Measurement & Impact • Change In Practice – Group Exercise • Embedding Positive Cultures & Behaviours • Agile, Change-Ready!

Year-on-year, this renowned conference delivers both strategic and practical case studies to achieve successful organisational change with the expertise of director-level brand speakers:

  • 26 Organisational Change Practitioners In 1 Inspiring Day
  • 10 In-Depth Sessions Focused On Your Hottest Organisational Change Topics
  • 100% Delegate Satisfaction Rating In 2016
  • 5 “Pitfalls & Triumphs” Quick-Fire Review Panels
  • 1 “Change In Practice” Group Exercise
  • 4 Conference Co-Chairs: Public & Private Sector Perspectives
  • 6 Facilitated Lunchtime Peer Discussions: : A) Complex, Global Change B) Talent & Retention C) Aligning HR & Business Strategy D) Digital Communication Channels E) engaging Employees Through Change F) Culture & Behaviour Change
  • 2 Interactive Panel Debates: ‘Employee Engagement’ and ‘Brexit, The Economy & Macro Change’
  • 1 Change Management Keynote
  • 1 Ice-Breaker Discussion Zone Based On Type Of Change
  • Cross-Sector Insights
  • Live Voting
  • Speed Networking

Book Before Thursday 18th May & Save £150! Simply Quote ‘EB150’ Under ‘ID Code’ When Booking Online.

Can you help organisations drive and deliver successful organisational change? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44(0)20 3479 2299 or email partner@drivingchangeconference.com.

Book your 3 x 2 exhibition stand and two delegate passes before 18th May for only £1,949+VAT (Save £550) Click here to book your stand. Please note that we have a limited amount of exhibition stand space available and stands will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.

A One-Day, Industry-Led Conference & Networking Event, 27th September 2017, Millennium Mayfair, Central London.

08.30 Registration & Coffee, Objective Setting

09.00 Morning Co-Chairs’ Welcome, Opening Remarks & Interactive Voting Introduction

Claire Fox, Global HR Director, Save the Children International Charity

Vilma Nikolaidou, Head of Organisational Development, Tate Gallery Gallery

CHANGE MANAGEMENT KEYNOTE

09.20 Clearly Outlining The Objectives, Priorities & Vision Of Your Change Management Processes To Develop Successful, Efficient Strategies Which Drive Positive Results

Dominic Demolder, Global Change Leader, Roche

PITFALLS & TRIUMPHS – STRATEGY FOCUS

09.40 What really works and what should we avoid? Join the co-chairs and panellists as they share their real-world experiences of the ups and downs of delivering organisational change

RoseMarie Loft, Head of HR, The National Gallery Gallery

Emma Thompson, Head of Strategic & Change Communications, HM Courts & Tribunals Service

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

09.50 Harnessing Employee Insights To Gain Staff Buy-In To Change Programmes & Drive Long-Term, Continued Engagement

Jan Richards, Head of Insights & Planning , daa (Dublin Airport)

Michael Fierstone, Programme Director – Merchandise Transformation Project, Mothercare plc

Geraldine Harrison, Interim Head of Organisational & Leadership Development, Nottingham Trent University

Martin Kirke, Group HR Director, Post Office

Elena Reznik-Orskaya, Director of Change & Programme Management, Walgreens Boots Alliance (Subject to availability)

 

EMPOWERING LEADERS

10.20 Influencing & Empowering Leaders & Managers To Support Organisational Change & Maintain Employee Engagement

Dina Rana, Head of Change Management, BBC

PITFALLS & TRIUMPHS

10.40 What really works and what should we avoid? Join the co-chairs and panellists as they share their real-world experiences of the ups and downs of delivering organisational change

RoseMarie Loft, Head of HR, The National Gallery Gallery

Emma Thompson, Head of Strategic & Change Communications, HM Courts & Tribunals Service

10.50 Morning Refreshment Break With Informal Networking & Breakout Discussions

A) Acquisitions
Marc De Boom, Vice President HR, Alpro

Mergers, Restructures, Redundancies, Transformation…The audience decides which other types of change will be discussed with our interactive voting tool.

11.20 Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Partner. To get involved in The Driving Change Conference, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email partner@drivingchangeconference.com for more details.

CHANGE COMMUNICATIONS

11.50 Cutting Through The Noise With Fresh, Engaging Communications In Times Of Change, Disruption & Uncertainty

Kathy Allison, Global HR Director, FitFlop

PITFALLS & TRIUMPHS – TECH & DIGITAL FOCUS

12.10 Hear From The Panellists & Share Your Experiences Of Positively Impacting Change Management Strategies With The Latest Technologies & Digital Innovations

RoseMarie Loft, Head of HR, The National Gallery Gallery

Emma Thompson, Head of Strategic & Change Communications, HM Courts & Tribunals Service

12.30 Lunch & Informal Networking For Delegates, Partners & Speakers

13.00 Informal Roundtable Peer Discussions During Lunch

A) Complex, Global Change
Nadia Hutchinson, Global HR Process Owner – Data: HR Transformation, British American Tobacco

B) Talent & Retention
Kim Gieske, HR Director, Planet Organic Ltd

C) Aligning HR & Business Strategy
Jane Reay Jones, Group HR Director, Müller UK & Ireland

D) Digital Communication Channels
Julie Daintith, Employee Communications Manager, United Utilities Energy

E) Engaging Employees Through Change
Sarah McSporran, Head of Group Internal Communications, STA Travel

F) Culture & Behaviour Change
Natalie Seatter, Head of Delivery Technology & Change, Cancer Research UK

13.30 Afternoon Co-Chairs Welcome & Opening Remarks

Helen Philpot, Head of Transformation and Governance – Mail Tech, dmg media

Jack Roper, Head of Internal Communications, Virgin Trains East Coast

BREXIT, THE ECONOMY & MACRO CHANGE – PANEL DISCUSSION

13.45 From Brexit To Worldwide Economic & Political Uncertainty, Assessing The Potential Challenges, Risks & Benefits Of External Change & Strategically Building This Insight Into Organisational Change Management

Shereen Daniels, Head of HR, Caffè Nero

Claire Gillingham, HR Director, Group Commercial, Vodafone

MEASUREMENT & IMPACT

14.15 Proving The Impact & Benefits Of Change Management With The Most Effective Metrics & Evaluation Methodologies For Demonstrating Value & Attributing Results

Guest Speaker To Be Announced, Please Check The Website For Details

PITFALLS & TRIUMPHS

14.35 What really works and what should we avoid? Join the co-chairs and panellists as they share their real-world experiences of the ups and downs of delivering organisational change

RoseMarie Loft, Head of HR, The National Gallery Gallery

Emma Thompson, Head of Strategic & Change Communications, HM Courts & Tribunals Service

CHANGE IN PRACTICE – GROUP EXERCISE

14.50 From Defining Your Strategy To Implementation To Measuring The Results, What Is Best Practice When It Comes To Change Management?

A short practical exercise for the audience, with interactive debate and group discussion around the challenges of developing and delivering successful change management plans

Facilitated by:

Larissa O’Donovan, Vice President, HR Operational Excellence, Avon

15.10 Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Partner. To get involved in The Driving Change Conference, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email partner@drivingchangeconference.com for more details.

15.40 Afternoon Refreshment Break With Informal Networking

EMBEDDING POSITIVE CULTURES & BEHAVIOURS

16.10 Embedding & Sustaining Positive Behaviours To Improve Organisational Cultures & Achieve Business Missions

Emma Brown, Head of Training & Organisational Development, The Zoological Society of London

AGILE, CHANGE-READY!

16.30 Leveraging Continuous Improvement To Deliver More Value & Change Faster!

Mark Zirbser, Change & Improvement Lead, John Lewis Partnership

PITFALLS & TRIUMPHS

14.35 What really works and what should we avoid? Join the co-chairs and panellists as they share their real-world experiences of the ups and downs of delivering organisational change

RoseMarie Loft, Head of HR, The National Gallery Gallery

Emma Thompson, Head of Strategic & Change Communications, HM Courts & Tribunals Service

17.10 Co-Chairs’ Closing Remarks

17.20 Official Close Of Conference

For more information on how to get involved in The Driving Change Conference, please call +44 (0)203 479 2299 or email info@drivingchangeconference.com.