HENRY Forum is a leading, theme and contents -driven conference for Human Resource, Training and Development professionals in Finland. It is organised by Henrietta Ltd/the Finnish Association for Human Resource Management HENRY in co-operation with supporting expert partners. The one-day convention, which is held in Helsinki every other year, has attracted an increasing number of participants since its initiation in 2002. HENRY Forum 2006 had over 600 attendees.
The objective of HENRY Forum is not only to provide participants with educational information on contemporary trends on leadership and Human Resource Management, but to offer newest toolkit and best practices for the operative work of managing people. The event also provides sources for intellectual and esthetic inspiration and collegial learning. The convention invites and challenges attendees for participation in a debate on issues that form the future of the organisations and HR as a profession in Finland. HENRY Forum has also evolved into an ideal platform for active networking between colleagues.
HENRY FORUM 2008
The fourth HENRY Forum is held at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Helsinki, on Tuesday 4 November, 2008.
The theme of the convention is "Orchestration of Partnerships". The programme is ready and the event brochure can be downloaded from our HENRY Forum website. Please register to HENRY Forum 2008 by 24 October 2008 at www.henryorg.fi.
Should you need any assistance you are very welcome to contact HENRY office for further information.
Stephenson’s Laws: Connecting and Decoding Partnerships
8.45-10.00, Salit 1, 2, 3
Dr Karen Stephenson, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
How Human Networks work and why HR needs to know
10.30-12.00, Sali 1
Karen Stephenson, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Strategic Talent Management. ”How can strategic talent management improve HRs ability to have influence in the company. ”
11.45-12.15, Sali 14
David Nouveau, Country Manager, StepStone Solutions AB
Developing HR Professionals using the Hay Competency Framework
12.00-12.30, Sali 3
Paul Kerr & Heleen Cocu-Wassink, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University & Hay Group
Partnerships as Core of the Business, Case Olkiluoto
15.30-16.15, Salit 1, 2, 3
Philippe Jan, Project Manager & Ulla Ramstedt, HR Manager, Bouygues Travaux Publics Finnish Branch