We look at how organisations need to formulate a strategic response to an age-diverse workforce. Working lives are getting longer while there is also increasing focus on the younger end of the age spectrum
Many organisations report a deficit of leadership skills. Our round table discussion looks at the barriers to effective leadership in modern organisations, and how we can overcome them.
CIPD's Mark Beatson and Peter Cheese consider some factors that may have an impact on the world of work in 2014. An improved economic outlook will enable HR professionals to think more strategically.
Gareth Jones and Rob Goffee are focusing on workplaces of the future. They asked people what their idea of an authentic organisation was, and came up with six key principles under the acronym DREAMS
Discusses ways in which social and digital technologies can and increasingly will have a real impact on the world of work
We caught up with Daniel H Pink where he discusses an example of a truly impressive leader
We look at organisation development from the perspective of involving stakeholders in the design and development process, and examine the best ways to communicate OD throughout the organisation.
As the staging dates for pension auto-enrolment in SMEs get closer, looks at how McDonalds and BT have dealt with its implementation and the advice they can offer to SMEs. Also includes guidance from KPMG’s tax
David Rock and Peter Cheese discuss how neuroscience is changing the way we think about key areas of people development in the workplace, including how people learn, how leaders are developed and how people are
In this podcast we speak to some young people who are exploring their career options, as well as some of the people involved in the ‘Inspiring the future’ project, which aims to provide CV and interview advice
Four key questions arising from our Megatrends report are debated: job turnover; pay rises; possible loss of employee trust; and are we working harder than ever? A panel discusses these issues.
A look at how culture and values in the City’s financial sector are starting to change. We explain how some of the City’s leading financial organisations can demonstrate these changes and how HR can play a lead
Coaching has become the generic solution to a plethora of HR development needs but is it always the right approach and are we using it effectively? We hear the views of four people.
With a large number of self-employed women, we look at how and why two women were motivated to set up their own businesses.
With 23% of young people unemployed, our speakers look at what employers can do to help young people into work and why it is good for their organisations to do so.
With two out ten people thinking that HR adds value, something must be done. Our speakers come to the rescue with solid remedies which will ensure that HR is better regarded.
This discussion highlights research on how SMEs can grow and maintain Employee engagement at various tipping points as they get bigger. Includes case studies.
The Government is expected to widen the offer to work flexibly to a broader spectum of employees. The rationale, practicalities and legalities are discussed in this podcast.
A star-studded cast reflects on what it will take to be successful in HR and in management generally to ensure a thriving organisation.
A scheme has been set up to ensure that there is more transparency around equal pay and equality of opportunity for promotion. Find out how it works and its benefit to your organisation.
Looks at the development and characteristics of good performance management and, through case studies, what it looks like in today’s workplace.
The podcast is in the form of an interview with Stephen Dando about his career progression and the interesting challenges that faced him. As he moves on to Bain Capital in America, Philippa asks him some trick
Larger companies must have arrangements in place for pension auto enrolment by 1st October 2012. This podcast looks at how to complete this in time.
The Beecroft Report on employment law is outlined and the part that mediation can play is singled out for particular attention in this CIPD podcast.
This month we discuss the importance of transparency in managing pay behaviours and expectations in the light of expected new legislation
In this podcast we discuss the importance of innovation to the success of the business and what practical contribution HR should make.
Discusses whether learning and development is mostly about science or more of a strategic business discipline.
This round-table discussion looks at corporate responsibility its place at the table, its history and its future.
Podcast about how CIPD and Job Centre Plus are collaborating on a mentoring pilot to help young people back to work.
In this podcast Chris Roebuck, Gill Rider and Ed Griffin take a controversial look at HR. They explain why they believe that far too many HR operations have scant insight into the organisation’s business goals.
John Philpott gives his new year forecast and Jean Tomlin, HR Director for The London 2012 Organising Committee, tells us about running the HR side of the Olympics.
“If you create trust you release exponential capacity within the organisation.” Terry Leahy, ex CEO of Tesco
Our speaker discuss the enormous advantages that social media can bring to the bottom line.
If they’re not talking about pensions on East Enders soon, I’d be surprised,” says Minister, Steve Webb. Hear a discussion with him and our other guests on the expected changes to state pensions
This month we explore the issues around employing young people and look at some of the Government schemes set up to help.
This month we hear how agility helps your organisation through uncertain times, enabling your employees to feel more engaged.
This Months podcast looks at shared purpose and sustainable organisation performance.. What does it mean on the ground? How does it translate in the organisation and what is really gained?
This month's podcast looks at Reward and it's key role in the employment, engagement and retention of talented employees, both nationally and internationally.
This month's podcast looks at what impact social media is having on the world of work and how learning and development is becoming 'social'.
This month's podcast looks at fairness at work, the Government's role in driving it and what's needed to ensure it happens.
A change from our usual podcasts this month we're looking at how we can attract new talent into HR.
The latest podcast looks at how sophisticated data from the evolution of human capital measurement is bringing real insight in to the business strategy.
The first podcast of the New Year is looking at future challenges facing HR professionals as we enter 2011. Jackie Orme, John Philpott, Stephen Moir and Alan Walters give their insight.
Our latest podcast looks at the key behaviours of successful HR leadership. Hear Senior HR practitioners talk about their experience and career progression.
This month’s podcast we look at The latest research and hear from age concern. The work force is rapidly changing, by 2020, nearly a third of the UK workforce will be over 50.
In this month’s podcast we go on location and discuss the use of workforce planning and how it is making a real difference to the development of both private and public organisations.
This month, using research from our Next Generation HR project, the future of HR, now a more strategic function, is discussed. Does HR need a position at the top table? Will you be fit for the future?
This month’s podcast looks at organisation development, once seen as separate from HR but now becoming part of it. Listen to how it works in the Civil Aviation Authority and Trent City Council.
Philippa Lamb invites CIPD’s Claire McCartney, Advisor on Resourcing and Talent Planning, to explain this next strand of Shaping the Future research project and the watch-points of the new empowerment.
In this month’s podcast recorded at HRD 2010 we look at the latest thinking in L&D, reflecting on the latest L&D survey, learning technology and the essential link between learning and business objectiv
In this month's podcast we look at the 9th Annual reward management survey report and three very different organisations tell us how they have created competitive and effective reward schemes.
In this month’s podcast we speak to high profile representatives from the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrats parties for their thoughts on workplace policy, regulation and people management.
This month’s podcast looks at what’s in store in the coming year for organisations and how HR can prepare for the challenges ahead.
Employee engagement has become a standard term in the HR lexicon but as a practice, how is it faring? How far has engagement come, is it recession proof and what’s next?
What will HR look like in the future? How will things have changed in 5 or 10 years time? Next Generation HR is an exciting new research project exploring the future of the HR function.
How is the HR profession changing and evolving? How do you need to adapt to reflect these changes? We look at the changing nature of the profession – and what it means for HR careers.
How should executive remuneration packages be structured? What factors should be considered to determine pay at senior levels? This month's podcast explores executive pay and HR's role in the debate.
For this month’s podcast listeners to put their questions on employment law to two top legal experts. Find out how they’ve answered some tricky questions employment legislations and its impact on HR practices.
In this month’s podcast we speak to Gary Hamel on how to build leadership capability for change.
Once the need for organisational change becomes clear, how do you go about implementing change? In the second of a two-part podcast, listen to case studies to find out how change is achieved in practice.
In the first of a two-part podcast, the CIPD talks to experts and some very different case studies to understand the nature of change and various reasons for organisational change.
What drives high performance at work? How can organisations develop a high performance culture? This month’s podcast looks at different approaches to managing and sustaining high-performance working.
Over a quarter of a million redundancies were announced in the last quarter. Part one includes advice from experts and HR professionals on managing redundancies and their impact.
Are you up to speed with the rules and regulations? Part two focuses on legal compliance and procedural issues, with an interview with CIPD employee relations adviser Mike Emmott.
What is organisational development? How are organisations using it? Listen to the latest CIPD podcast to find out more about OD and how it can be used to help meet business objectives.
What’s in store for 2009? How can employers prepare for the challenges and opportunities the new year will offer? Listen to our podcast to hear some predictions.
Industrial unrest has recently been on the rise but is this really another ‘Winter of Discontent’? We asked top experts from British Airways, ACAS and Unite to share their insights.
Performance Management has a big role to play in delivering better overall business performance.We asked Sainsbury’s, Cambridgeshire County Council and Nomura to share how they manage performance.
Talent management strategies are an essential tool for driving better business performance. We asked Virgin Mobile, McKinsey and Amey for their perspectives.
In an exclusive interview, Jackie Orme, the new chief executive of the CIPD, answers your questions. She offers insights into the challenges as well as opportunities currently facing the profession.
The web is old news. Now it’s all about web 2.0. New CIPD research is looking at the role of web 2.0 innovations in HR. We asked the Royal Opera House, T-Mobile and IBM for their perspectives.
Leadership is a hot topic in HR. How can HR go about selecting and developing leaders? Nokia, the Metropolitan Police and two leadership development experts give their veiws.
Thinking globally is a growing part of the HR role. Even if we’re entirely focused in one country, we’re facing global competition for talent. In this podcast, an international panel considers the challenges.
Equipping people to adapt to change is a key challenge in learning and development. Economic turbulence adds to the challenge. Possible responses are discussed.
Just what is employer brand? And how does HR go about building it? We visited one major DIY retailer to hear about their approach, and got an overview of the CIPD’s research on this burning issue.
What are the latest trends in reward management? How will efforts to reward performance be affected by tighter economic times? And what is the psychology behind reward?
Tom Stewart, editor of the Harvard Business Review, talks exclusively to us about the art and science of team building … and HR on either side of the pond.
HR professionals who’ve lead major restructuring of the HR function within their organisation discuss the challenges they faced and the lessons they learned along the way.
HR professionals managing global teams discuss the challenges associated with delivering HR across international boundaries.
A round up of the key themes from the CIPD’s Annual Conference and Exhibition, including exclusive interviews with conference speakers.
What contribution does learning make to organisations? Our roundtable discussion considers how to measure the effectiveness of learning and development activities, and quantify their value?
Following a busy year in employment law, this podcast takes a look at the biggest developments through interviews with top legal experts.
Greg Dyke's held leading roles at LWT and the BBC. When he was forced to leave the BBC, employees protested on the streets . Here he shares his thoughts on leadership... and much more.
In this podcast we look at diversity. We asked leading employers how they’re promoting the business case. And we got an exclusive interview with Trevor Phillips, CEHR.
Senior professionals discuss the CIPD’s annual learning and development survey, the role of line managers, and how learning and development is integrated with business strategy.
How do you get employees to go the extra mile? Are private sector employees more engaged than those in the public sector? And how can you measure engagement?
What matters in reward management? Is cash king, or are non-financial benefits more important? What's the role of performance related pay? And what part does line manager involvement play?
Talent management was top of many HR directors’ New Year priorities, but what do we mean by talent management and what does effective talent management look like? This podcast covers the key themes.
Change no longer happens in neat chunks, it’s a constant fact of life. Experts and fellow practitioners explore the challenges for people management and development professionals.
What is the definition of leadership? How do we select leaders? How can we become better leaders? The latest CIPD Podcast picks up these key questions with experts – and one or two leaders themselves.
A round up of the key themes from the CIPD’s Annual Conference and Exhibition, including exclusive interviews with conference speakers.