Find out how to link your recruitment strategy to organisational strategy, values and direction
This is a suggested outline for in-house delivery. Format, delivery and content can be tailored to suit your needs. Please call us on +44 (0)20 8371 7011 to discuss your requirements.
Getting the right people in the right place through strategic recruitment has always been important. Today it is more vital than ever before.
In the commercial sector, businesses need to be more responsive than ever to changing market conditions if they are to gain an advantage over competitors. Organisations across the public sector are charged with delivering demanding efficiencies without impacting on frontline services, a taks that needs talented people in the right roles.
Learning how to develop an effective recruitment strategy is therefore of great importance for all organisations.
A truly strategic approach to recruitment should focus on aligning resourcing strategy with long term organisational objectives, connecting recruitment with organisational values and optimising your approach to maintain flexibility in your workforce.
Today, attracting and retaining the best candidates from the widest possible pool demands new strategies in recruitment and retention practices to attract the talented and enthusiastic candidates that your competitors are trying to win.
This one-day Developing your Recruitment Strategy seminar offers the opportunity to access meaningful initiatives and strategies to cement your talent acquisition process and stay ahead of your competition. After all, harnessing stretched resources – people, financial and time – and focusing your efforts to get best results is imperative for your organisation’s future.
Registration and coffee
Welcome, introduction and objectives for the day
A recruitment strategy: the business case
Connecting your recruitment strategy to your organisational values
Examining the power of advertising and branding in recruitment
Employment contracts: combining law and strategy
Linking your recruitment strategy to legal requirements
Making your recruitment cycle, procedures and process strategic
What happens next?
End of seminar
Dr Diane Hodgson, Director of Coaching and Management Development - has been a trainer and facilitator for the past 20 years, designing and running training and consultancy projects in a wide range of organisational, management and personal development areas. Diane is also Head of JSB’s coaching practice. She has a BA in Psychology, an MSc and Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy and a Doctorate in Psychotherapy by Professional Studies.
She is a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and a member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy. In addition to training and consultancy projects, Diane has a private psychotherapy practice, and is a qualified clinical supervisor. She is a therapist with one of the national employee assistance programmes, where she works with individuals affected by, or preparing to return to work following, mental health, trauma, and various stress-related problems.
Diane trains people in understanding mental health diagnoses and the impact of personality styles. Diane designed and delivers several of JSB’s HR strategy seminars.
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Penny Macmillan MA Chartered FCIPD is a Solicitor and has for many years specialised in employment law, with particular experience of: TUPE, unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and drafting employment contracts, policies, procedures and handbooks. She is former Head of the Legal Department at The Race Equality Centre and now practises in her own firm.
Before qualifying as a lawyer, Penny held positions as a Group Personnel Manager for a health authority; Employee Relations Manager for a major retailer; and Personnel and Training Manager for a large catering services company. Penny is equally well qualified and experienced as a management trainer, HR specialist and lawyer. She delivers workshops and seminars on a wide range of employment law and best practice subjects and is a personal tutor on JSB’s Advanced Certificate in Employment Law (ACEL).
Designed for directors, HR practitioners, recruitment officers and managers, resourcing professionals
“ Very professionally delivered. An expert overview.”
– Oliver Sergison, Senior HR Consultant, City & Guilds
“It was reassuring to know that the ideas we have to improve our recruitment process are in line with your recommendations.”
– Sheralyn Dowey, HR Officer, NCH Marketing Services
“Really useful to focus on recruitment for a whole day and go back with some valuable actions. ”
– Michelle Beardshaw, Group HR Manager, Bromford Housing Group
“Highly factually informative”
– Deirdra Moloney, Head of HR Resourcing and Advice, ACCA
“Excellent, very useful informative training”
– Irrum Hussain, HR Advisor, Unatrac Ltd
“Going into a new world as a company, needed some questions answered and got more than planned! Excellent, Eye opening and very knowledgeable ”
– Kelly McCarthy, Resourcing Advisor, Mourant Services Ltd
Recieve a 20% discount when you book more than one event, or book more than one person on the same event. Please note this discount only applies to the lesser priced booking and when all bookings are placed together.
You are entitled to a 25% discount on your booking if you are a registered charity. This discount will show on your invoice once your booking is submitted. You will need your charity registration number for the booking form.
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