This new 1-day online programme aims to help managers to develop their people management skills and understand their policy responsibilities as people managers.
Workshop Overview This half day online programme will offer HR professionals, line managers and employee relations officers the tools required to support their employees, both from a legal and practical application standpoint, as they tackle the challenges posed by the experience of menopause in the workplace. Participants will gain a [...]
This intensive one-day online training programme is designed to develop core competencies for Clerical Officers, (and equivalent grades), in line with the PAS civil service competency framework.
Seminar Overview This half-day online seminar will cover the main evaluation tools recommended in the revised Public Spending Code. The tools include: Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA); Cost Effectiveness Analysis(CEA); Financial Analysis (FA); Focused Policy Assessments (FPAs); Multi Criteria Analysis (MCAs), and Value for Money Reviews (VFMs). In Ireland, all [...]
This year PAI’s 2022 HR Conference will give focus to the key role that HR professionals and leaders play in creating purpose, adding value and shaping positive inclusive cultures. As the largest employer in the State, the Public Sector continues to be a key influencer of change and this event will provide a spotlight for discussions on designing and building the workforce of the future. Our conference aims to provide an in-depth analysis of the key driving forces and trends impacting on HR strategies, policies and programmes including our diverse and enlarged public sector workforce, and the need to develop inclusive healthy workplace cultures to improve peoples’ working lives at every touchpoint in the employee experience.
The ability to take clear and concise minutes that accurately reflect the decisions taken and actions agreed at important meetings is an essential requirement for anyone working in the public sector. Date: Thursday 11th November 2021 Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm CPD: 2 Hours CPD Delivery Method: Online Fee: €175 This two hour workshop which will focus on the topic of Resilient Leadership in a Hybrid World will be highly engaging and interactive, encompassing group discussion and peer engagement on a subject which may be proving challenging to some leaders as we navigate our way through this new world of remote and hybrid working. There can be little doubt that the world of work as we knew it pre pandemic has changed irrevocably and we now find ourselves leading and being a part of a team that are perhaps still working remotely and will continue to do so, while the rest of the team transitions back into the office. Remote working has given us so many positives, namely giving employees the flexibility and autonomy to carry out their roles, but hybrid working also poses challenges from a leadership point of view in terms of ensuring an environment of inclusivity is always at the forefront of our minds as the focus shifts more and more towards staff wellbeing and wellness. We may also feel that we do not have the same element of ‘control’ over our team as logistics factor in offsite working. Our two speakers will discuss what it means to be a resilient leader, what are the challenges posed to leaders in this new working landscape and why the focus on staff wellbeing, inclusivity and equality are crucial in ensuring that your team can work to the best of their ability and navigate this period of transition in these potentially challenging times ahead. We will also discuss effective tools that can be used to ensure we are carrying out our roles as effective and resilient leaders to the best of our ability. Your trainers Georgina Corscadden – PCTL CEO & Master Coach Georgina is a dedicated and committed Master coach, mentor, facilitator, psychologist, keynote speaker and author. She has wide ranging experience across most industries having worked in both coaching and leadership for over 30 years. With extensive experience in developing people and organisations, authentically curious, purpose driven about organisational behaviour and effectiveness. She can comfortably communicate with ease at every level with credibility, connection, candour and real knowledge and practice. She is willing to create synergy from both grounded academic theory and translating into very pragmatic solutions. She is equally comfortable at C suite and other levels within organisations as a very skilled and strong communicator. She is able to win trust, respect and longevity with most organisations she has worked with as very rich experience across multiple industries. She is exceptionally skilled at multi-cultural environments and has a wide repertoire to successfully navigate most personality types, organisational cultures and individual differences. Georgina has extensive business and commercial experience having started with Marks & Spencers, Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, and full time senior Faculty and Programme Director with the IMI and Associate for over 20 yrs. Georgina is currently writing a book on Purposeful and Resilient Leaders. Orla Stafford, Senior Manager, Deloitte Orla has more than 20 years’ experience as a Strategic Change Consultant, Executive Coach and HR professional. She has significant experience in leading the design and delivery of innovative, large scale organisational change and talent programmes in Ireland and the UK across a variety of industries. She is passionate about growing individual and organisational capabilities.
This comprehensive one day Higher Executive Officer (HEO) Core Skills programme is designed in alignment with the HEO competency model set out by the Public Appointment Service. This programme aims to support existing and newly appointed HEOs in managing performance and people. Delivering results through a focused development of the core competencies required in the role.
Organisational culture is hugely important to the success and overall health of an organisation and the people who work for it. It is helpful to spend time considering why your company’s culture is the way it is, and why it is important that it stays that way or whether indeed if changes are required.
About the Course It is important for organisations who have a law enforcement function to understand both GDPR and the DP Directive for Law Enforcement, as well as the importance of the context of the processing of data as to which set of principles should apply. This two day course [...]
Decisions are made every day about children’s lives and their welfare. Most of the time, these decisions exclude the very people they will affect. With limited power to speak up on their own behalf, a CRIA can be a powerful tool for including children in decision-making. This seminar will [...]