9.05 Conference Chair - Strategic overview
Sile O’Donnell,
FCIPD, HR & Training Consultant and Adjunct Assistant Professor in HRM and Organisational Behaviour, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.
9.20Leading the way in Recruitment and Talent Management– Ensuring diversity, capability and accountability in the Irish Public Sector for 2019 – A progressive service underpinned by best practice principles, the Public Appointment Service business case for 2019
Shirley Comerford,
Chief Executive Officer for the Public Appointment Service (PAS)
9.50The Power and Prevalence of HR Data– emerging issues facing HR Practitioners in Ireland & human capital trends 2019 – Review of 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends with a focus on trends impacting the public sector
Alison McIntyre,
Senior Consultant, Human Capital Management Team for the Public Service, Deloitte Ireland
10.20Questions & Answers
10.35Coffee Networking Break
11.05Developing talent in the Civil Service – The Story so Far – the People Strategy
Siobhan Gaffey,
Head of One Learning and Cathy Barron, Principal Officer, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform
11.35Wellbeing in the Workplace; data supporting the case for greater wellbeing policies. Key findings of the HSA and ESRI Report job stress and working conditions
Patricia Murray
Organisational Psychologist, Health and Safety Authority
12.05 Connecting culture, strategy & people, to bring both Public Sector performance and Talent Management to next-level. High-engagement culture, operational excellence and people-centric leadership
Dave A. Barry
Chartered FCIPD and Director of Conexion.ie
12.35Panel discussion led by Chair examining PAI survey results followed by Q&A with audience