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  1. 1. Book Before 4 September To Save Up To £200! Wind Power HR & Talent Management Sourcing, developing & retaining top quality talent for the wind industry9-10 October 2012 - Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg, GermanyJoin 15 expert speakers as they share real-life case studies and Sponsor:lessons learned on:• Recruitment channels: which are the most effective & why?• How to use your company’s reputation to attract passive and senior candidates• Strategies & schemes to improve employee engagement and retention• Designing and implementing internal training programmes to Find us on LinkedIn Windpower Monthly attract and retain personnel• Bridging the skills gap Follow us on Twitter @WPMEventsExpert Speakers Include: Markus Schwarzenböck Gerard McGovern Global HR Director Director Quality & Strategy Chaired By: Gary Robinson Vanessa Gaßner Aynur Kaya Group HR Director Head of Recruitment & Global Head of HR Employer Branding Estrella Martin Susanne Michaelis Valerie Burns Segurado HR Development Head of HR Global Head of HR Manager Michael Spiers Charlotte Bryldt Theisen Timothy Daynes Head of HR Nuclear & Lead Employer UK HR Manager Renewables Branding Specialist www.talentforwind.com
  2. 2. Day 1 - Tuesday, 9 October 13.45 Deciding Between Recruitment Channels – How To Attract The Right08.30 Registration & Morning Refreshments Candidate By Role Timothy Daynes, UK HR Manager, ENERCON Services UK Ltd.09.15 Chair’s Opening Remarks With multiple recruitment channels to choose from, this case study will address questions including: Gary Robinson, Group HR Director, Renewable Energy Systems Ltd • Which channels have performed the best & why? - job boards - press09.25 HR Challenges In The Wind Industry & - career fairs - publications Overcoming Them In The Future - agencies - word of mouth Estrella Martin Segurado, Global Head of HR, EDP Renewables - in-house • How have HR needs & methods changed in recent years? • Which sources attracted candidates with specific levels of - industry growth experience? - wind sector versus other energy sectors • What are the most efficient channels for finding passive - onshore versus offshore candidates? - policy changes • Strategies for deciding which combination of recruitment channels will fulfil your individual company’s needs • Best practice for recruiting suitable candidates quickly & • To what extent should the way vacancies are advertised be efficiently decided on a role by role basis? • Ensuring internal HR & recruitment policies & account for both - time & cost implications short-term & long-term needs • How to balance the role of recruitment teams & HR teams 15.05 Afternoon Refreshments RECRUITMENT 15.35 Recruitment In An International10.05 Determining How Resources Should Industry – Methods for Attracting Be Spent To Minimise The Costs of International Candidates & Filling Recruitment International Roles Proficiently Michael Spiers, Head of HR Nuclear & Renewables, Centrica Energy If you would like to join this session please contact Heather by emailing hs@windpowermonthly.com • Evaluation of costs involved in recruitment • Cost-efficient ways to maximise return from your budget • Best practice for opening communication channels with - reallocation of resources internally & externally international candidates - effectively manage salary negotiations • How to balance international employee experience with the associated costs of recruitment - relocation costs10.45 Morning Refreshments - possibility of higher salaries • Techniques for competing with larger international companies to fill vacancies11.15 Strategic Recruitment Partnerships • What policies & strategies can be put in place to attract senior candidates to what are often travelling roles? - Delivering Cost Savings, Process Improvement & Better Quality Candidates SKILLS GAP Trevor Parsons, Director, En-Spiral • What are the benefits of RPO & MSP? 16.05 Techniques For Coping With The Lack • Assessing the critical link between recruitment & the talent lifecycle Of Experience In A Young Industry In An • Case study examples of how this approach has worked Already Competitive Market • What are the next steps for recruitment partnerships? - diagnose Aynur Kaya, Global Head of Human Resources, KENERSYS GmbH - design • Identifying current skill gaps in the market - implement • Forward planning recruitment strategies - improve - how far ahead should you plan? - what factors should you take into account? • What safety net procedures can be implemented to prevent12.00 Capitalising On Your Company’s delays in projects due to them being understaffed when Reputation To Entice Senior Candidates vacancies are undersubscribed? Vanessa Gaßner, Head of Recruitment & Employer Branding, 16.50 Day 1 Closing Remarks REpower Systems SE “ • Techniques for boosting your company’s reputation & value • Best practice for marketing your company & assets In any environment of rapid growth the pressure to find the - how to use positive attributes to your advantage during right people quickly doesn’t always allow HR the freedom to recruitment really think through the most economically viable and cost- • Leveraging the wider wind industry’s reputation to lure effective routes to recruitment, however there are some candidates from other energy sectors exciting and innovative ways that we can leverage in attracting people to our industry”12.45 Networking Lunch Michael Spiers, Head of HR Nuclear & Renewables, Centrica Energy Book Now! Visit www.talentforwind.com
  3. 3. RETENTIONDay 2 - Wednesday, 10 October 13.15 Strategies For Retaining Experienced08.30 Delegate Sign-In & Morning Refreshments Employees & Minimising Staff Turnover Markus Schwarzenböck, Global HR Director, Siemens Wind Power09.00 Chair’s Opening Remarks • What initiatives & schemes are most effective for maximising EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT employee retention? • How to use career development paths as a channel for increasing loyalty09.05 Strategies For Developing Wind Energy • Developing communication channels with employees to maintain positive morale in the work place Skills In Conjunction With Education Providers 14.00 Internal Relocation Of Resources & Gerard McGovern, Director Quality & Strategy, BZEE Academy Personnel To Retain Your Company’s • What is the full extent of the wind skills gap in numbers? Skill & Knowledge Bases • Comparison of ad hoc courses to strategic competency development Valerie Burns, Head of HR, The Crown Estate • How to integrate external competency development programmes into your HR portfolio • What strategies can be implemented to maximise the use of resources internally? • To what extent can this approach have positive impacts on09.45 Panel Session - Examining Graduate recruitment & retention of staff? Employment Vs Experienced 14.45 Day 2 Closing Remarks Personnel • What are the advantages & disadvantages of employing graduates & experienced personnel? - salary costs - training implications - impacts on project skill bases Related Events - company loyalty If you would like to take part in this session please contact Rachael by emailing rc@windpowermonthly.com Offshore Consenting Conference 12 September 2012, London, UK www.offshoreconsentingconference.com10.25 Morning Refreshments10.55 Establishing & Improving Internal Offshore Health & Safety Seminar Development & Training Programmes 13 September 2012, London, UK To Provide Clearer Career Paths For www.offshorewindhse.com Employees Charlotte Bryldt Theisen, Lead Employer Branding Specialist, DONG Energy Offshore Operations & Maintenance 9-10 October 2012, London, UK • To what extent are internal training programmes important for attracting candidates? www.offshoremaintenanceforum.com • Developing training programmes - benefits for candidates receiving recognised qualifications - what is the most efficient way to deliver training?  online programmes Future Offshore Wind Foundations  external training 13-14 November 2012, Bremen, Germany  in-house teams www.futurewindfoundations.com • How to successfully link training programmes to career development11.35 Nordex Academy Case Study Wind Farm Data Management & Analysis 20-21 November 2012, Hamburg, Germany Susanne Michaelis, HR Development Manager, Nordex SE www.windfarmdata.com • Methods for identifying internal skill gaps • What are the benefits of using a skill management system? • Which training & development strategies have been implemented as part of the Academy? Vessels & Access 2013 • What results have been seen so far? May 2013, London, UK www.offshorevesselsforum.com12.15 Networking Lunch Book Now! Call +44 (0)20 8267 4011
  4. 4. Book Before 4 September & Save Up To £200!Windpower HR & Talent Managementwww.talentforwind.com Brochure code: WEBA Windpower Monthly Forum: Book before Book after Pricing Information Saving9-10 October 2012, Hamburg, Germany 4 September 4 September Two-Day Forum £899 £200 £1099 4 WAYS TO BOOK Please complete one registration form for each delegate. 1. Book online at www.talentforwind.com Additional Option Prices 2. Fax this completed registration form to +44 (0)20 8267 4486 3. Post the booking form with payment to FREEPOST (LON3727), Haymarket Speaker Presentations £199 Conferences, 174 Hammersmith Road, London, W6 7JP, UK 4. Call +44 (0)20 8267 4011 Group discounts are also available. Please contact us directly for information. If you have any problems registering please call: +44 (0)20 8267 4011 Your booking includes hard copy speaker presentations at the event & online access post-event subject to speaker disclosure. Name of person completing form if different from delegate: Discounts and offers cannot be combined. All rates will have VAT @ 19% added Please register the following delegate (BLOCK CAPITALS) Further Information For Delegates Name (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Dr) Accommodation Position Accommodation is not included in the registration fee. For information about nearby hotels please visit www.4cityhotels.com. Organisation Access Requirements Address We make every effort to ensure our events are accessible for all delegates. For any specific access requirements, please contact the Haymarket Conferences team (as above). Postcode On The Day Tel Fax Please note that we may take photographs, video and audio footage of the event, which may include speakers and the delegation, and this may later be used in editorial features and/or in marketing and Email promotional material. Whilst in attendance at any Haymarket Conferences, if your behavior is deemed disruptive, offensive, dangerous, illegal, or if you are found to be distributing unauthorized material we reserve the right to eject you without any prior notice or refund. Audio and visual recordings or the How did you hear about this forum? distribution of commercial materials are not permitted without our prior consent. Neither us nor the venue can accept liability for damage to or loss of personal belongings at the event venue. Industry type Speakers Confirmations & Changes Name of department head Please note that speakers are sometimes prevented from attending. Although we do endeavor to find suitable replacements of a similar calibre, we cannot guarantee any specific case studies, speakers or Job title of department head sessions. Updates are regularly posted on the website. I agree to the terms and conditions as stated opposite. Terms & Conditions Confirmation Procedure Signed Once we have received confirmation of your booking in writing (either online, by phone, fax or post) we will send you a confirmation email. If you request to be invoiced, payment terms will be 28 days from date of booking. An invoice will then be generated and sent out to you via post. If your company uses Purchase Please indicate how you wish to pay: Order Numbers, please supply this at the time of booking as failure to do so may cause problems with your Pre-payments to be made with booking form or, where agreed, payment to be booking. If you choose to pay by credit card you will receive an email confirmation from RBS WorldPay and later a VAT receipt from our accounts department. Please note that we must receive full payment prior to made upon receipt of invoice. A receipted VAT invoice will be issued once payment the event start date. Booking form submission (either online, by fax or by post) does not guarantee a place. has been received. The dispatch by us of an email confirmation constitutes a legally binding contract. If you have not received your confirmation email 7 working days after submission of your booking, please contact the Customer Enclosed is a cheque for £ Services team on +44 (0)20 8267 4011 as there may be a problem with your booking. Haymarket Conferences Cheques made payable to Haymarket Publishing Services Ltd are unable to accept responsibility for the non-arrival of information. Haymarket Conferences reserves the right to decline any booking. Haymarket Conferences reserves the right to vary the content, timings, I wish to be invoiced. N.B. If your company/organisation uses PO numbers location and/or speakers of events and as such accept no liability for variations. please write this number here. Cancellations I wish to pay by credit card All cancellations must be made in writing to events@windpower-monthly.com and received by us no later Please charge my: AMEX Visa Mastercard than 19 September 2012. It is the booker’s responsibility to ensure that we have received the cancellation. Such cancellations are subject to a handling and administration fee of £99 per delegate, which will be deducted from any due refund or invoice, whichever is appropriate. We regret that no cancellations are accepted within 20 days of the event date due to the way in which we are in turn charged by our suppliers. Cardholder’s name However, a substitute delegate can always be nominated. Substitutions on the day of the conference are made at the organiser’s discretion only. Pre-payments will not be refunded and invoiced sums will be payable in full, except in cases where it has been possible to mitigate loss. Haymarket Conferences will not offer Card no. refunds to delegates due to a terrorist alert or incident unless the conference is cancelled. In this instance, Haymarket Conferences will retain up to 50% of the conference fee to cover marketing, administration and Start Date Expiry Date Security Code delegate registration costs. Conference Code: 171811550 Card billing address (if different from above) Commercial Opportunities: Do you offer services related to recruitment or human resources in the wind industry? Showcase your solutions to relevant & targeted HR & talent management professionals. To build a bespoke package please contact Cardholder’s signature Heather Smith by emailing hs@windpowermonthly.com or by calling +44 (0)20 8267 4785. Data Protection By registering for a conference, Haymarket Conferences can provide you with information relating to your booking and other Haymarket related products or services via email, direct mail, fax or Let Us Manage Your Event For You telephone. Please write to the Head of Marketing at the address stated above if you do not wish to receive this information. We may also make your details available to carefully screened companies Haymarket Managed Events organises a variety of event formats on behalf of who have offers that may be of interest to you. third-parties, including associations, not-for-profit organisations, the public sector Yes, I would like to receive carefully screen and work related emails from third parties. and corporate clients. We work to the client’s objectives to produce dynamic No, I specifically do not want my details to be made available to third parties. events that deliver exceptional results. For more information, please contact Barney Roe on +44 (0)20 8267 4063 or email barney.roe@haymarket.comWind Power HR & Talent Management www.talentforwind.comis produced by Haymarket Conferences

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