On 27 February 2020, the Chair of Competencies, Employability & HR Decision Making launched the HR Insights Club on the EM Normandie Paris Campus. This new Thinktank is viewed as a tool for thoughts and sharing for HR decision makers. Theoreticians and practitioners met there to offer HR professionals innovative interpretation keys to design relevant HR strategies and assume their responsibilities efficiently with respect to management, societal and ethical issues.
Intentionally reserved for twenty professionals, this Club allows its members to become privy to relevant and recent research work, to collect and discuss case practice, while sharing and being engaged in a community focused on the same topic.
During the afterwork launch of the HR Insights Club, participants were able to discover the findings of the latest survey carried out by the Chair on the true uses on the notion of ‘competencies’ in business organisations, the central topic for the three meetings scheduled for 2020.
Programme for 2020
The HR Insights Club offers three mornings for debate and exchange on the EM Normandie Paris Campus. Each session is facilitated by a lecturer-researcher and supplemented by testimonies by senior executives and decision makers in the HR field.
- Thursday 19 March, 9am-12pm – "Competencies? WTF!"
- Thursday 9 April, 9am-12pm – "How to define needs for competencies and anticipate them?"
- Wednesday 13 May, 9am-12pm – "Diagnosing and Acknowledging Competency: what consequences?"
How to become a member of the HR Insights Club
Registration includes Access Fee to all Three Sessions and Deliverables.
Registration Deadline: 19 March 2020
HR Insights Club Registration Form
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