We would like to whole heartedly thank all who participated in the 1st European Employee Experience Seminar, recently held in Central London.
With a high calibre list of both senior level executive delegates and international speakers, the 2-Day seminar was a true eye-opener into the world of disruptive HR and the future world of work.
Our Chairman Ben Whitter, from the University of Nottingham(Ningbo China), created a warm and receptive atmosphere in which the discussions really came alive throughout both days. The presentations were as always, of a very high standard with the average score of 4.2 out of 5 on the sessions. The interaction over both days was also exceptionally high as the seminar became more of a shared, engaged conversation between all participants.
Masterclasses and of course the 2nd edition of this Employee Experience seminar are currently in Production for 2017.
Watch this space…
Feedback from some of the Event’s Participants
“The best HR event I have ever attended”
Head of Employee Experience, Sky
“It was a pleasure to join like minded professionals who are paving the way to a new way of looking at the HR function. The size and format was so conducive to the learning and sharing. Thanks for being the pioneer in this area”
Mark Levy (Keynote speaker)
Head of Employee Experience/Culture, Airbnb
“Really enjoyed the event, great organisation by Icon Group and fantastic, fun moderation by Ben Whitter 本维特 . Thanks for having me!”
Director HR Strategy Think Tank Future Trends & Innovation, Adidas
“Relevant, dynamic, thought provoking: A great line up of speakers coupled with a curious and engaging international audience.”
European Director, Enboarder
“It was great to participate in the seminar. I truly enjoyed the presentations and found them very useful to see how different industries create a work environment that energises and motivates their employees and keep up with the constant market changes.”
Over the past few years there has been an emergence of the employee experience which is now something that many HR leaders and executives around the world are focusing on. Similar to the customer experience, the employee experience is what happens when an employee interacts with your organization. It starts with how they first find and apply for a job at your company and ends with how they leave and includes everything in between.
Talent management has again become the top priority for HR because the power has now shifted into the hands of employees. Organizations have always assumed that they can create a place where they assumed people needed to work there and are now realizing that they must create a place where people want to work there. With so many people turing to non-traditional ways of earning a living, money no longer the primary factor for employee, organisations need to focus on the employee experience as a competitive advantage that organisation can create to help retain their talent.