We are delighted to announce that AMS is the headline partner at the forthcoming Future Talent virtual conference. AMS and Future Talent Group have a long-standing partnership centred around content creation through our Catalyst Magazine, and we are delighted to be extending it this year with a partnership on their global event.
This immersive digital event explored the themes of how the pandemic has transformed the talent landscape, what skills do we need to thrive, and how can cognitive diversity support a more creative approach to inclusion.
This year’s event had a stellar line-up of more than 20 global thought leaders, includes Matthew Syed, David Olusoga, Professor Francesca Gino (Harvard), Nilofer Merchant, Professor Andrew Scott (London Business School), Sinead Bovell, Hannah Reid (People Director, Apple) and Craig Fenton (Head of Strategy & Operations, Google). View agenda and speak biographies here.
Panel discussion: How has the talent landscape been transformed?
7:40-8:30 PM BST | 2:40-3:30 PM EDT
Chaired by Rosaleen Blair CBE, Founder & Chair, AMS
The pandemic has accelerated many of the people and talent challenges of our time, are we facing an opportunity to reimagine the talent landscape and reset ‘work’? This panel will explore the central issues facing talent leaders today.
Masterclass: The role of upskilling in the inclusion agenda
3:00-3:30 PM BST | 10:00-10:30 AM EDT
Janine Chidlow, Sector Managing Director, AMS
Hamish Nisbet, Group Head of Resourcing and Onboarding, HSBC
Tim Campbell MBE, Entrepreneur, Apprentice winner & Motivational Speaker
For most leaders, addressing skills shortages has become a top priority to ensure today’s challenges are met, while future-proofing the organisation – and its people – for tomorrow’s disruption. But upskilling and reskilling can also be central to realising inclusion agendas, when managed correctly. How can you ensure that your upskilling efforts influence your inclusion goals in a positive way?
Masterclass: Building diverse sourcing strategies at Bank of America
8:30-9:00 PM BST | 3:30-4:00 PM EDT
Nicky Hancock, Regional Managing Director, Americas & Investment Banking, AMS
Katie McAuliffe, Global Banking & Markets & International Talent Acquisition Executive, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
For organizations globally, sourcing diverse talent has become a strategic priority – and must start early in the sourcing and recruiting process. Building rich talent pools will help you establish a firm foundation for your strategy and contribute to achieving your diversity and inclusion ambitions. So what does it take to ensure you are building a sufficiently diverse pipeline of talent?