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We're speaking at the CIPD Annual Conference - 5 November

We’ve been accepted to speak at the CIPD Annual Exhibition on 5 November 2015 in The Insights & Behavioural Science Theatre.

Our interactive session ‘The future’s bright: Engaging, developing and retaining a diverse, multi-generational workforce’ will  use case-studies from a cross-section of organisations to highlight progressive strategies for developing and managing emerging talent and working across generations.

We will also be exhibiting so if you can’t make the presentation, do come along and see us on our stand.

Calling all women engineers

There are only two weeks to go before the Women’s Engineering Society annual conference. Employers are not only coming up against a shortage of women engineers but also finding it hard to retain them in industry. As a result valuable skills and resources are being underutilised. 

The conference will focus on valuable career paths for women engineers, raising the profile of engineering as a career and also explore how to effectiively manage career breaks. The core theme of engagement will also be explored as this is key to ensure women remain in engineering in the long-term.

Come and find out more at the WES conference on National Women in Engineering Day, 23 June, in London.  

Interaction Client Forum

We hosted a client forum, at the Victoria and Albert museum on Friday, to allow L&D professionals to come together and discuss topical issues currently facing their organisation.  Topics ranged from Leadership to Talent Management to Employee Engagement.

There was some really interesting debate, sharing of ideas and experience.  Thank you to all those who attended for making it an enjoyable and valuable forum.

If you are interested in the output from the forum please get in touch.

Keep an eye on the Events page for future forums you can get involved in.


Interaction learning and development forum

We’re running a learning and development forum on March 18 at the Sackler Centre, V & A museum, London. Aimed at Learning and development professionals, this free event will provide an opportunity for participants to discuss a variety of topics and share ideas and experiences. Topics up for debate include:

  • leadership during and post recession
  • talent management
  • employee engagement - retention beyond recession
  • running a global learning and development function
  • incorporating technology into soft skills training

For more information please contact Jill