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5 ways to get social during #cipdnap16

Are you coming along to the CIPD Northern Area Partnership conference this year? And if not… why not? Whether you can make it in person or will be watching from afar, here are a few ways you can get social and … Continue reading

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Even more amazing workplaces

The countdown has commenced…… It is nearly time for the best HR conference in the North! This year we return to the theme of amazing workplaces. We are delighted to welcome a fabulous arrange of speakers and sessions to the … Continue reading

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Coming Soon…

It’s that time of year again. That time when the CIPD Northern Area Partnership conference planning kicks into high gear. Behind the scenes, we have been working on this year’s event since, well, the last one. Our aim every year is … Continue reading

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Positive Pyschology 

Next up at NAP is Sukh Pabial on positive pyschology.  He starts with a question to the audience: ‘When did you last feel vibrant?’ His challenge: Why don’t we allow these feelings to happen often and purposefully?  Instead, the mostly … Continue reading

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Spaces In-between 

Julie Drybrough, better known to many as Fuchsia Blue, talks to the delegate of CIPD NAP about the power of workplace conversation.   Dialogue.  A session filled with simple but graceful thoughts and concepts. Including inbuilt challenges to our thinking, … Continue reading

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Opening keynote. Simples. 

Ryan Cheyne, formally of Pets at Home and very shortly of Rental Cars, opened the CIPD NAP conference today. He shared his story about how Pets at Home achieved their multiple awards for being a great place to work. He … Continue reading

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Driving effective international collaboration

The CIPD’s purpose, Championing better work and better working lives is set against the backdrop of ‘an urgent and critical need to ensure the ways we work, our workforces and workplace cultures are fit for today and drive performance and … Continue reading

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