CIPD event to discuss how to maximise your employees capabilities

The Midlands Region of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD ) has announced details of an upcoming talk entitled ‘Working Smarter Not Harder’.

The talk will be presented by Robert Potter of RP Consulting at 6pm on Tuesday, October 24, in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone. There will be a networking opportunity from 5.30pm followed by the speaker commencing at 6pm sharp. This is the second talk in an exciting programme of events for 2017/2018 provided by the CIPD Midlands Region Committee. The overriding theme for this year’s programme of events is ‘Maximising Employee Capabilities in Changing Times’.

This event will focus on providing HR professionals and managers with the skills and techniques to improve time management and increase productivity in the workplace. In today’s competitive and fast moving economic environment, time management and smarter working skills are of vital importance.

The talk will focus on practical ways to improve time management in the work place to realise significant improvements. Mr Potter will highlight the key benefits of being organised, including the potential productivity benefits that may be achieved as a result.

Robert Potter is a Master Black Belt, Lean Six Sigma Process Consultant, and a trainer with more 20 year of experience in business process improvement and innovation, having worked with leading companies across many sectors, from SMEs to global organisations.

Overall, the presentation promises to be highly practical in nature and of relevance to anyone with an interest in time management and productivity. Attendees will benefit from useful tips and advice on working smarter, not harder. The event is likely to stimulate thinking and offers an ideal opportunity for the exchange of experience in this area, with attendees achieving fresh insights into better approaches to time management.

To attend this event, declare your interest by emailing [email protected] by close of business on Friday, October 20.



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