HRFEST – 2017. október 26. | Budapest | Akvárium Klub

HRFEST – 2017. október 26. | Budapest | Akvárium Klub

NAGY HALL - Moderator: András Batiz
NAGY HALL - Moderator: András Batiz
WELCOME - Gergő Tóth, HR Fest Owner
09:00 - 09:10

The end of home office!
09:10 - 09:40
<br> Speaker: Jon Ingham<br> Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services<br><br> Powered by MOL <br><br> In English <br><br> Sharing economy, social media, industry 4.0 - are just some of the well known trends, wich are shaping our world. But how society transforms in order to respond to these challenges? Don't panic, we simply get prepared that everything can happen.


Speaker: Jon Ingham
Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services

Powered by MOL

In English

Sharing economy, social media, industry 4.0 - are just some of the well known trends, wich are shaping our world. But how society transforms in order to respond to these challenges? Don't panic, we simply get prepared that everything can happen.

Take the future seriously
09:40 - 09:55
Speaker: Péter Oszkó<br> OXO Group<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Where the business is heading in the next 5-10 years? What is the essence of competitiveness in the 21th century and what is the role of the workforce in it? How the Hungarian labour market will be competitive? And what HR added to this challenges so far and what else is needed?

Speaker: Péter Oszkó
OXO Group

In Hungarian

Where the business is heading in the next 5-10 years? What is the essence of competitiveness in the 21th century and what is the role of the workforce in it? How the Hungarian labour market will be competitive? And what HR added to this challenges so far and what else is needed?

"When everything is possibble..."
09:55 - 10:10
<br>Speaker: Rita Veres<br> AON Hewitt <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology? <div><img src="http://hrfest.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/szponzor-lista-10.png" ></div>


Speaker: Rita Veres
AON Hewitt

In Hungarian

How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?

Watson says...use technology!
10:10 - 10:35
<br>Speaker: Norbert Sepp<br> IBM Hungary<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?


Speaker: Norbert Sepp
IBM Hungary

In Hungarian

How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?

Employability is the competence of the XXI. century
10:35 - 10:45
Speaker: Dr. László Palkovics<br> In Hungarian<br><br> HR has to operate successully in what environment? How does European, Regional and Hungarian education help to teach the skills of the future to the growing generation?

Speaker: Dr. László Palkovics
In Hungarian

HR has to operate successully in what environment? How does European, Regional and Hungarian education help to teach the skills of the future to the growing generation?

BREAK - 30 minutes
10:45 - 11:25

At the backstage of business innovation
11:25 - 11:55
Speaker: <br> Zdravka Demeter Dubalo - MOL Group<br> Dr. Bauer Dávid - MOL Group<br> Dr. Alzbeta Gracova - Slovnaft<br> Svébis András - MOL Group <br> Bacsa György - MOL Group<br> Ratatics Péter - MOL Group<br> Vladimira Senćar Perkov - INA <br><br> Moderator: Jon Ingham<br> Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services <br><br>Powered by MOL<br><br> In English <br><br> While we are speaking about the future trends, there is one local company playing on the global markets, which is already in action and responds to all social, business, organisational and technological challenges. How? They drew their 2030 strategy which has one simple goal: to be the number one in every field. That's all.

Speaker:
Zdravka Demeter Dubalo - MOL Group
Dr. Bauer Dávid - MOL Group
Dr. Alzbeta Gracova - Slovnaft
Svébis András - MOL Group
Bacsa György - MOL Group
Ratatics Péter - MOL Group
Vladimira Senćar Perkov - INA

Moderator: Jon Ingham
Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services

Powered by MOL

In English

While we are speaking about the future trends, there is one local company playing on the global markets, which is already in action and responds to all social, business, organisational and technological challenges. How? They drew their 2030 strategy which has one simple goal: to be the number one in every field. That's all.

Building a better working world
11:55 - 12:15
Speaker: Seshni Samuel<br> Ernst & Young<br><br> In English<br><br> Building a better working world starts with our people and the exceptional experiences they have at EY that empower them to grow their careers and become purpose-driven leaders who make a difference in businesses, governments and communities around the world.

Speaker: Seshni Samuel
Ernst & Young

In English

Building a better working world starts with our people and the exceptional experiences they have at EY that empower them to grow their careers and become purpose-driven leaders who make a difference in businesses, governments and communities around the world.

How can a 150 year old company act like a start-up?
12:15 - 12:35
<br> Speaker: Gerardo Mazzeo<br> Nestlé S.A.<br><br> In English <br><br> With almost 340,000 employees, 2000+ local brands and operations in 191 countries, Nestlé is a huge, complex organisation. With the ever-increasing speed of technological advancement, how can the company – and others like it – stay at the forefront of innovation? We will discusses the key cultural, behavioural and structural transformations required to embrace change and promote a forward-looking attitude of experimentation within one of the world’s biggest companies.


Speaker: Gerardo Mazzeo
Nestlé S.A.

In English

With almost 340,000 employees, 2000+ local brands and operations in 191 countries, Nestlé is a huge, complex organisation. With the ever-increasing speed of technological advancement, how can the company – and others like it – stay at the forefront of innovation? We will discusses the key cultural, behavioural and structural transformations required to embrace change and promote a forward-looking attitude of experimentation within one of the world’s biggest companies.

Numerology- Women leaders about the Hungarian aspects of world trends
12:35 - 13:00
Speaker:<br> Gabriella Vidus - RTL Hungary<br> Ágnes Fábián - Henkel<br> Éva Hegedűs - Gránit Bank<br><br> Moderator: Péter Balogh<br> Baconsult, DreamJo.bs <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> What do the number one women leaders of the most innovative corporations of Hungary about those world trends about which we can read more and more? How many jobs will disappear? How much could flexible working spread? World trends in Hungary!

Speaker:
Gabriella Vidus - RTL Hungary
Ágnes Fábián - Henkel
Éva Hegedűs - Gránit Bank

Moderator: Péter Balogh
Baconsult, DreamJo.bs

In Hungarian

What do the number one women leaders of the most innovative corporations of Hungary about those world trends about which we can read more and more? How many jobs will disappear? How much could flexible working spread? World trends in Hungary!

LUNCH BREAK - 55 minutes
13:00 - 13:55

You can not hide! The candidate knows the truth about you!
13:55 - 14:10
<br> Speaker: István Martis <br> Profession <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Today future employees check the companies where they would like to be employed in social media or other public sites. What is the future of employer branding this way?


Speaker: István Martis
Profession

In Hungarian

Today future employees check the companies where they would like to be employed in social media or other public sites. What is the future of employer branding this way?

Buliding the simply irresistible company
14:10 - 14:25
<br> Speaker: Melanie Seymour BlackRock <br><br> In English <br><br> Nothing else is needed but unique organizational culture, challenging tasks, internationally competitive slaries and 100 bankers from London are tempted to move back to build the future in Hungary.


Speaker: Melanie Seymour BlackRock

In English

Nothing else is needed but unique organizational culture, challenging tasks, internationally competitive slaries and 100 bankers from London are tempted to move back to build the future in Hungary.

Technology sets us free!
14:25 - 14:40
<br> Speaker: Gabriella Bábel Microsoft <br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> From HR perspective, this means that we offer our partners the most valuable and important resource they can get, the control over their own time.


Speaker: Gabriella Bábel Microsoft

In Hungarian

From HR perspective, this means that we offer our partners the most valuable and important resource they can get, the control over their own time.

Open your eyes: the inspiring power of curiosity
14:40 - 15:00
<br> Speaker: András Batiz <br> Impact Works<br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> How can we inspire others by simply showing interest in them? How could people and organisations benefit from a softer and human focused leadership? What soft skills are needed in an age where almost all tasks are delivered by machines instead of us? A simple survival kit for leaders who would like to attract, engage and retain talents by their personal approach.


Speaker: András Batiz
Impact Works

In Hungarian

How can we inspire others by simply showing interest in them? How could people and organisations benefit from a softer and human focused leadership? What soft skills are needed in an age where almost all tasks are delivered by machines instead of us? A simple survival kit for leaders who would like to attract, engage and retain talents by their personal approach.

People who did rethink the world of work
15:00 - 15:20
Speaker:<br> Know-House<br> Atomic Works<br> Mozaik Ökoszisztéma<br> <br> In Hungarian<br><br> Do you have any idea that could revolutionize the world of work? This question was answered by yes by those, who volunteered to the future forming World of Work Moonshot 2017 competition at the end of August. The best ideas were worked out in teams with design thinking method by the participants and were presented live to the jury. The three winning ideas are taken to HRFest to present the revolutionizing ideas of the world of work to 800 companies' leaders.

Speaker:
Know-House
Atomic Works
Mozaik Ökoszisztéma

In Hungarian

Do you have any idea that could revolutionize the world of work? This question was answered by yes by those, who volunteered to the future forming World of Work Moonshot 2017 competition at the end of August. The best ideas were worked out in teams with design thinking method by the participants and were presented live to the jury. The three winning ideas are taken to HRFest to present the revolutionizing ideas of the world of work to 800 companies' leaders.

Bag - Integration at the roma settlement
15:20 - 15:40
<br> Speaker: <br> Emőke Both - BAGázs<br> Péter Halácsy - Prezi<br> Heléne Lakatos - Prezi<br> <br><br>Moderator: András Batiz<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Diversity is listed among the values of most of the companies. But how can we really live diversity? For example when we employ gipsy manpower from slums? Real success story or real integration fought by blood and sweat? A gipsy employee tells us from a slum as well as Prezi.


Speaker:
Emőke Both - BAGázs
Péter Halácsy - Prezi
Heléne Lakatos - Prezi


Moderator: András Batiz

In Hungarian

Diversity is listed among the values of most of the companies. But how can we really live diversity? For example when we employ gipsy manpower from slums? Real success story or real integration fought by blood and sweat? A gipsy employee tells us from a slum as well as Prezi.

BREAK - 25 minutes
15:40 - 16:05

„Try and share” insured
16:05 - 16:20
<br> Speaker: Csaba Masek <br>Generali<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> We are transforming a 187 year old company to a start up! We are attracting and retaining the attention of Gen-Y with gamified onborading process to ensure they are the source of innovation and renewal. Good plan! And just happening right now.


Speaker: Csaba Masek
Generali

In Hungarian

We are transforming a 187 year old company to a start up! We are attracting and retaining the attention of Gen-Y with gamified onborading process to ensure they are the source of innovation and renewal. Good plan! And just happening right now.

The rule is there are no rules! Holocracy vs. Squadification
16:20 - 16:40
<br> Speaker:<br> Ádám Bankó - Lab.Coop<br> Tamás Boldog - Skyscanner<br> <br><br> Moderator: András Kánai<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> One of the organizational answers given to the challenges to the future is the drastically decreased organizational hierarchy. But what paper can take easily, how is that handled by practice?


Speaker:
Ádám Bankó - Lab.Coop
Tamás Boldog - Skyscanner


Moderator: András Kánai

In Hungarian

One of the organizational answers given to the challenges to the future is the drastically decreased organizational hierarchy. But what paper can take easily, how is that handled by practice?

Will „strategic” HR survive the wind of change?
16:40 - 16:55
<br> Speaker:<br> Barbara Verő - Nestlé<br> Patrícia Tarczali - Nestlé<br> Tamás Bognár - Barta Education Center<br><br> Moderator: Szilvia Krizsó<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Big multinationals have some even bigger challanges nowadays. Beside growth, profit, market share gain there is a human resource issue. Loosing „real” talents, and with them their insightful thinking, which would lead to innovation. How to retain talents in the new reality? And what is the meaning of sustainable profitable growth? Is there a solution, which could be an answer to all these challanges? Will employees have to choose between big multinationals and agile start ups? Are start ups real competitors for the multis?


Speaker:
Barbara Verő - Nestlé
Patrícia Tarczali - Nestlé
Tamás Bognár - Barta Education Center

Moderator: Szilvia Krizsó

In Hungarian

Big multinationals have some even bigger challanges nowadays. Beside growth, profit, market share gain there is a human resource issue. Loosing „real” talents, and with them their insightful thinking, which would lead to innovation. How to retain talents in the new reality? And what is the meaning of sustainable profitable growth? Is there a solution, which could be an answer to all these challanges? Will employees have to choose between big multinationals and agile start ups? Are start ups real competitors for the multis?

David feat. Goliath Start ups and giants hand in hand
16:55 - 17:10
<br> Speaker: Toncsi Koczka<br> Nokia <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How can a small start up company be incorporated to a giant corporation? Why is this cooperation positive, how can turn this to the source of innovation? What are the biggest successes and lessons?


Speaker: Toncsi Koczka
Nokia

In Hungarian

How can a small start up company be incorporated to a giant corporation? Why is this cooperation positive, how can turn this to the source of innovation? What are the biggest successes and lessons?

HReincarnation or HRobot
17:10 - 17:25
<br> Speaker: Zsolt Szeleczki <br>Independent<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Lives long, who is in the death news! Today's HR function had to reinvent itself several times from the 50-ies. But never as much as today when the A-letter challenges like Automation, AI, Analytics are threatening it. But are they really threatening or rather they create an opportunity to finally achieve the dream state of creating true, visible and measureable added value. How HR can really be proactive and agile? Where today's dominant Ulrich model is heading?


Speaker: Zsolt Szeleczki
Independent

In Hungarian

Lives long, who is in the death news! Today's HR function had to reinvent itself several times from the 50-ies. But never as much as today when the A-letter challenges like Automation, AI, Analytics are threatening it. But are they really threatening or rather they create an opportunity to finally achieve the dream state of creating true, visible and measureable added value. How HR can really be proactive and agile? Where today's dominant Ulrich model is heading?

You can do it! You will survive!
17:25 - 17:45
Speaker: Carole Gaskell<br> Full Potential Group<br><br> In English <br><br> Future is here, we cannot avoid it. Everything is changing around us, we HR expers need to change as well. But how? What motivates us and how are we able to motivate every involved parties within the organizations to change?

Speaker: Carole Gaskell
Full Potential Group

In English

Future is here, we cannot avoid it. Everything is changing around us, we HR expers need to change as well. But how? What motivates us and how are we able to motivate every involved parties within the organizations to change?

Future of Works Rocks! - Gergő Tóth
17:45 - 17:50

MID HALL - Moderator: Kriszta Bombera
MID HALL - Moderator: Kriszta Bombera
WELCOME - Anett Sóti, HR Fest Owner
09:00 - 09:10

Till the robot army arrives...
09:10 - 09:25
Speaker: András Fülöp<br> Deloitte<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> It can be that in 10 years, robots will take away our jobs, however today we face an enormous talent shortage in Hungary and all over the world. What mega-trends are shaping the the world? And what effects they have to the companies? And what solutions are appearing to resolve competitiveness and successful achievement of strategic company goals?

Speaker: András Fülöp
Deloitte

In Hungarian

It can be that in 10 years, robots will take away our jobs, however today we face an enormous talent shortage in Hungary and all over the world. What mega-trends are shaping the the world? And what effects they have to the companies? And what solutions are appearing to resolve competitiveness and successful achievement of strategic company goals?

New piffle or the pledge of the future is employee experience?
09:25 - 09:40
Speaker: Dr. Andrea Juhos <br> Lee Hecht Harrison<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Management trends keep on changing fast also in HR fields. But what does the new stone of wise keep? How is this approach different and how could it assure real competitve advantage in the fight for talents?

Speaker: Dr. Andrea Juhos
Lee Hecht Harrison

In Hungarian

Management trends keep on changing fast also in HR fields. But what does the new stone of wise keep? How is this approach different and how could it assure real competitve advantage in the fight for talents?

Work through the glasses of employee experience
09:40 - 10:00
Speaker: Éva Uzsák <br>AON Hewitt<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Beyond the theory what do those people really do, to whom new elixir works? What are the real tips and tricks which can be applied anytime? Real stories, which we will later also tell with pleasure.

Speaker: Éva Uzsák
AON Hewitt

In Hungarian

Beyond the theory what do those people really do, to whom new elixir works? What are the real tips and tricks which can be applied anytime? Real stories, which we will later also tell with pleasure.

Engineers can dance!
10:00 - 10:15
Speaker: Hari Abburi <br>The Preparation Co.<br><br> In English <br><br> We answered these questions, can you? 1. Employees are not the most valuable asset. But then who else or what is? 2. Where is the real change driven from? spoiler: not the managers 3. How many HR people do yo need to fix a light bulb? 4. What if you read your CEOs Goal Sheet? No not an annual email - we mean real goal sheet. 5. Can you do everything in 3 clicks in your company? Go inside a fast paced change of a global, complex and highly specialised engineering company. See design thinking for HR in action.

Speaker: Hari Abburi
The Preparation Co.

In English

We answered these questions, can you? 1. Employees are not the most valuable asset. But then who else or what is? 2. Where is the real change driven from? spoiler: not the managers 3. How many HR people do yo need to fix a light bulb? 4. What if you read your CEOs Goal Sheet? No not an annual email - we mean real goal sheet. 5. Can you do everything in 3 clicks in your company? Go inside a fast paced change of a global, complex and highly specialised engineering company. See design thinking for HR in action.

Why will you see your global EVP fail? (Unless you channel your inner ninja!)
10:15 - 10:35
Speaker: Barbora Ruscin <br>Deutsche Telekom<br><br> In English <br><br> A well-crafted Employee Value Proposition (EVP) has been for quite some time now understood as the cornerstone of successful employers’ image. As HR marketing professionals we tend to go to great lengths to articulate the employment deal of our corporations in the best possible manner. Wrapping it in in some nice graphics, we ship them out to the labor markets in hope of enlarging the talent pools and improving the fit of the applying candidates. But why is then, that so many of these efforts achieve none of the above and often just take the expressway from “unnoticed” to “forgotten”. Driven by a very concrete case study of the new global EVP of the Deutsche Telekom group, we will look at some common hurdles on the way to a successful employer brand, discuss techniques that will aid you in navigating through the creation process in the jungle of the multinational corporate world and help you channel your inner NINJA in order to see your next EVP efforts succeed."

Speaker: Barbora Ruscin
Deutsche Telekom

In English

A well-crafted Employee Value Proposition (EVP) has been for quite some time now understood as the cornerstone of successful employers’ image. As HR marketing professionals we tend to go to great lengths to articulate the employment deal of our corporations in the best possible manner. Wrapping it in in some nice graphics, we ship them out to the labor markets in hope of enlarging the talent pools and improving the fit of the applying candidates. But why is then, that so many of these efforts achieve none of the above and often just take the expressway from “unnoticed” to “forgotten”. Driven by a very concrete case study of the new global EVP of the Deutsche Telekom group, we will look at some common hurdles on the way to a successful employer brand, discuss techniques that will aid you in navigating through the creation process in the jungle of the multinational corporate world and help you channel your inner NINJA in order to see your next EVP efforts succeed."

BREAK - 30 minutes
10:35 - 11:05

R2D2, thank you for the interview!
11:05 - 11:25
Speaker: Jacky Hazan<br> Intervyo <br><br> In English <br><br> How will AI affect our lives in the future, and how will it reshape the HR landscape. Will we find ourselves soon being analyzed by virtual interviewers, unveiling our deepest thoughts and emotions. Will this reality be of benefit to us recruiters, and will it not only save us time but command our recruitment decisions? What would you do if you found out that this was not a fiction of some distant future, but the reality of our current state.

Speaker: Jacky Hazan
Intervyo

In English

How will AI affect our lives in the future, and how will it reshape the HR landscape. Will we find ourselves soon being analyzed by virtual interviewers, unveiling our deepest thoughts and emotions. Will this reality be of benefit to us recruiters, and will it not only save us time but command our recruitment decisions? What would you do if you found out that this was not a fiction of some distant future, but the reality of our current state.

How to avoid shooting own goals?!
11:25 - 11:45
Speaker: Imre Tüzes <br>Profession<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> The best candidate exists, the best candidate is available, but the fact is that this is an increasingly challenging task for employers. Changing the way of thinking and consciousness are essential, but in many cases it can depend on very trivial things if demand and supply meet or not. Logical recognitions and practical tricks advised to avoid the pitfalls, based on the feedback of more than 10 000 jobseekers.

Speaker: Imre Tüzes
Profession

In Hungarian

The best candidate exists, the best candidate is available, but the fact is that this is an increasingly challenging task for employers. Changing the way of thinking and consciousness are essential, but in many cases it can depend on very trivial things if demand and supply meet or not. Logical recognitions and practical tricks advised to avoid the pitfalls, based on the feedback of more than 10 000 jobseekers.

Employer branding without equivocation!
11:45 - 12:00
<br>Speaker: Éva Uzsák, Anita Balaton <br>AON Hewitt, Café PR<br><br> In Hungarian


Speaker: Éva Uzsák, Anita Balaton
AON Hewitt, Café PR

In Hungarian

My first 90 days at Hungarian Telekom
12:00 - 12:20
Speaker: Zsuzsanna Friedl <br>Hungarian Telekom<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> The first 90 days are critical experience for every employees. Basically this is the time when the just-born love might become a serious relationship or it will be blown away by the first wind. It is not easy to for leaders and HR professionals to fully support the new colleagues during this time and get the feedback about their real capabilities in order to know whether they have found the unpolish diamond. Even harder when the HR dierctor is the one spending her first critical 90 days at the company.

Speaker: Zsuzsanna Friedl
Hungarian Telekom

In Hungarian

The first 90 days are critical experience for every employees. Basically this is the time when the just-born love might become a serious relationship or it will be blown away by the first wind. It is not easy to for leaders and HR professionals to fully support the new colleagues during this time and get the feedback about their real capabilities in order to know whether they have found the unpolish diamond. Even harder when the HR dierctor is the one spending her first critical 90 days at the company.

LUNCH BREAK - 65 minutes
12:20 - 13:20

10 reasons why Health & Wellbeing strategies fail
13:20 - 13:40
Speaker: Michael Leitner <br>Virgin Pulse<br><br> In English <br><br> Somehow most wellbeing programs fail, due to verious reasons. However making it valuable is not that big of a deal.

Speaker: Michael Leitner
Virgin Pulse

In English

Somehow most wellbeing programs fail, due to verious reasons. However making it valuable is not that big of a deal.

With generational differences for business success
13:40 - 14:00
<br>Speaker: Ábri Judit von Bartheld - Coaching Határok Nélkül<br> Anikó Pethő - Restart-Up<br> Boglárka Kőszegi - BP <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How do two different generations contribute to the success? What is their special added value which surely is not known by the other? What are our biggest fears about the two generations? How can we successfully address/ engage/ motivate the two generations?


Speaker: Ábri Judit von Bartheld - Coaching Határok Nélkül
Anikó Pethő - Restart-Up
Boglárka Kőszegi - BP

In Hungarian

How do two different generations contribute to the success? What is their special added value which surely is not known by the other? What are our biggest fears about the two generations? How can we successfully address/ engage/ motivate the two generations?

Molecules of succes in the shared services sector
14:00 - 14:15
Speaker: Annamária Hudecz<br> Roche<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How can we remain competitive against the future challenges? How automation and robotics will change the future of shared services? How can we prepare to be successful even in the future?

Speaker: Annamária Hudecz
Roche

In Hungarian

How can we remain competitive against the future challenges? How automation and robotics will change the future of shared services? How can we prepare to be successful even in the future?

Wellbeing, as corporate strategy
14:15 - 14:30
<br>Speaker:<br> Zsuzsanna Kamarás - Provident<br> István Faragó - Stress-M <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> What Provident does to empower employee's welbeing and how they boosted the topic to a corporate strategy? What do they really do to the wellbeing of their employees and how these programs become sustainable. What leaders really do to live up to this value and how the various leadership levels are connected to it?


Speaker:
Zsuzsanna Kamarás - Provident
István Faragó - Stress-M

In Hungarian

What Provident does to empower employee's welbeing and how they boosted the topic to a corporate strategy? What do they really do to the wellbeing of their employees and how these programs become sustainable. What leaders really do to live up to this value and how the various leadership levels are connected to it?

The office of the future for the talents of the future
14:30 - 14:50
Speaker: Emőke Erdélyi<br> Skanska<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Emőke Erdélyi, HR Business Partner at Hungarian branch of Skanska, one of the world’s leading property development and construction companies, will share her comprehensive insight on why and how to use the office as an employer branding tool, focusing also on how the workplaces of the future might look like. And talking about offices and employer branding, she will reveal the results of an exclusive Skanska Hungary research on well-being and the workplace, a key aspect today.

Speaker: Emőke Erdélyi
Skanska

In Hungarian

Emőke Erdélyi, HR Business Partner at Hungarian branch of Skanska, one of the world’s leading property development and construction companies, will share her comprehensive insight on why and how to use the office as an employer branding tool, focusing also on how the workplaces of the future might look like. And talking about offices and employer branding, she will reveal the results of an exclusive Skanska Hungary research on well-being and the workplace, a key aspect today.

"Just let's be healthy..." but how to get there?!
14:50 - 15:05
Speaker: Dr. Gábor Zsolnay <br>Union<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Why wellbeing is important to companies and employees? What is the return on investment? What are the Hungarian specialities of the healthcare system and how a good local wellbeing program looks like? Where to start and how can we can screw it up?

Speaker: Dr. Gábor Zsolnay
Union

In Hungarian

Why wellbeing is important to companies and employees? What is the return on investment? What are the Hungarian specialities of the healthcare system and how a good local wellbeing program looks like? Where to start and how can we can screw it up?

Change vs. Transformation - knowing the difference makes the difference.
15:05 - 15:20
<br>Speaker: Georg Hirschi <br>Lee Hecht Harrison<br><br> In English <br><br> What leaders need to know to enable transformation of their people and organisations.


Speaker: Georg Hirschi
Lee Hecht Harrison

In English

What leaders need to know to enable transformation of their people and organisations.

BREAK - 30 minutes
15:20 - 15:50

From Bounded to Blended Learning: opening new horizons
15:50 - 16:10
<br> Speaker: Sanjay Gupta<br> Grow<br><br> In English <br><br> Make way Classroom training, Blended Learning is here! But wait! Is that really so? Is Blended Learning going to replace face to face trainings? OR does Blended learning compliment the trainings provided within the bounds of a classroom? Join me & find out the answers and explore the new horizons of enhanced training effectiveness, retention & return on investment!


Speaker: Sanjay Gupta
Grow

In English

Make way Classroom training, Blended Learning is here! But wait! Is that really so? Is Blended Learning going to replace face to face trainings? OR does Blended learning compliment the trainings provided within the bounds of a classroom? Join me & find out the answers and explore the new horizons of enhanced training effectiveness, retention & return on investment!

Bring to FLOW your team! Modern age leadership development a la Csíkszentmihályi
16:10 - 16:25
Speaker:<br> Mihály Csíkszentmihályi (video) - Psychologist<br> Tünde Benyovszky - Bespoke Principles<br> Tamás Kamarási - OTP Bank<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Leadership became a true challenge in the VUCA world, so did leadership development. Imagine leading a virtual company, where you work in a safe environment constantly in flow, and can try various management styles by learning from your experiences and even mistakes. By the end of the game you will become a true Chief Happiness Officer, who can build a flow based working environment.

Speaker:
Mihály Csíkszentmihályi (video) - Psychologist
Tünde Benyovszky - Bespoke Principles
Tamás Kamarási - OTP Bank

In Hungarian

Leadership became a true challenge in the VUCA world, so did leadership development. Imagine leading a virtual company, where you work in a safe environment constantly in flow, and can try various management styles by learning from your experiences and even mistakes. By the end of the game you will become a true Chief Happiness Officer, who can build a flow based working environment.

3 eternal sins you can commit when managing a 360 feedback
16:25 - 16:40
<br> Speaker: Péter Hári <br>CX-Ray<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> More and more companies are going away from usage of the 360 feedback tool: some say it is biased, or believe it takes too much effort, while others experience that it might be so hurtful for some employees that they will join the competition. How to make sure that none of this threats becomes reality and the tool fulfills its original goal: enabling employees to develop and feel motivated.


Speaker: Péter Hári
CX-Ray

In Hungarian

More and more companies are going away from usage of the 360 feedback tool: some say it is biased, or believe it takes too much effort, while others experience that it might be so hurtful for some employees that they will join the competition. How to make sure that none of this threats becomes reality and the tool fulfills its original goal: enabling employees to develop and feel motivated.

"Will they stay or will they go? When a software tells you when your employees will leave"
16:40 - 16:55
Speaker:<br> Veronika Pocerova - Deloitte<br> Pavel Simak - Deloitte <br><br> In English <br><br>Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department. <br><br>Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department.

Speaker:
Veronika Pocerova - Deloitte
Pavel Simak - Deloitte

In English

Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department.

Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department.

You can not work forever - What will happen to us without the grandmothers?
16:55 - 17:10
Speaker: Csaba Nagy<br> OTP Pension Fund<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Details coming soon

Speaker: Csaba Nagy
OTP Pension Fund

In Hungarian

Details coming soon

Transformational HR
17:10 - 17:25
Speaker: Perry Timms <br>People and Transformational HR<br><br> In English<br><br> So much of what HR does is transactional and not transformational. YET within the people HR has a corporate guardianship for lies power - transformative power. How can HR unlock that in itself and in the people it serves to make truly adaptive, agile and effective businesses for the networked era? Join Perry Timms to find out how.

Speaker: Perry Timms
People and Transformational HR

In English

So much of what HR does is transactional and not transformational. YET within the people HR has a corporate guardianship for lies power - transformative power. How can HR unlock that in itself and in the people it serves to make truly adaptive, agile and effective businesses for the networked era? Join Perry Timms to find out how.

Future of Work Rocks! - Anett Sóti
17:25 - 17:30

BREAK - 30 minutes
17:30 - 18:00

Aon Best Employers Program Award Ceremony
18:00 - 18:10
<br><br>Előadók:<br><br> Rita Veres- AON Hewitt Magyarország<br> Péter Cseresnyés - Magyarország Kormánya<br> Dan Riley - AON Hewitt Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area<br> Máté György - AON Hewitt Magyarország<br> Ádám Zeitler - Milestone Institute<br> Tamás März - Hungarian national water polo team<br> András Kenyeres- Hungarian national water polo team<br> Gábor Herendi- Skyfilm<br><br>



Előadók:

Rita Veres- AON Hewitt Magyarország
Péter Cseresnyés - Magyarország Kormánya
Dan Riley - AON Hewitt Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area
Máté György - AON Hewitt Magyarország
Ádám Zeitler - Milestone Institute
Tamás März - Hungarian national water polo team
András Kenyeres- Hungarian national water polo team
Gábor Herendi- Skyfilm

NAGY HALL - Moderator: András Batiz
MID HALL - Moderator: Kriszta Bombera
NAGY HALL
NAGY HALL
WELCOME - Gergő Tóth, HR Fest Owner
09:00 - 09:10

The end of home office!
09:10 - 09:40
<br> Speaker: Jon Ingham<br> Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services<br><br> Powered by MOL <br><br> In English <br><br> Sharing economy, social media, industry 4.0 - are just some of the well known trends, wich are shaping our world. But how society transforms in order to respond to these challenges? Don't panic, we simply get prepared that everything can happen.


Speaker: Jon Ingham
Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services

Powered by MOL

In English

Sharing economy, social media, industry 4.0 - are just some of the well known trends, wich are shaping our world. But how society transforms in order to respond to these challenges? Don't panic, we simply get prepared that everything can happen.

Take the future seriously
09:40 - 09:55
Előadó: Péter Oszkó<br> OXO Group<br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> Where the business is heading in the next 5-10 years? What is the essence of competitiveness in the 21th century and what is the role of the workforce in it? How the Hungarian labour market will be competitive? And what HR added to this challenges so far and what else is needed?

Előadó: Péter Oszkó
OXO Group

In Hungarian

Where the business is heading in the next 5-10 years? What is the essence of competitiveness in the 21th century and what is the role of the workforce in it? How the Hungarian labour market will be competitive? And what HR added to this challenges so far and what else is needed?

"When everything is possibble..."
09:50 - 10:05
Előadó: Rita Veres<br> AON Hewitt<br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology? <div><img src="http://hrfest.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/szponzor-lista-10.png" ></div>

Előadó: Rita Veres
AON Hewitt

In Hungarian

How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?

"When everything is possibble..."
09:55 - 10:10
<br>Speaker: Rita Veres<br> AON Hewitt <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology? <div><img src="http://hrfest.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/szponzor-lista-10.png" ></div>


Speaker: Rita Veres
AON Hewitt

In Hungarian

How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?

Watson says...use technology!
10:10 - 10:35
<br>Előadó: Norbert Sepp<br> IBM Hungary <br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?


Előadó: Norbert Sepp
IBM Hungary

In Hungarian

How do cognitive computers help HR? What is that we have already in our hands and what will be available in weeks, months? How is business and HR management unified with the help of cognitive technology?

Employability is the competence of the XXI. century
10:35 - 10:45
Előadó: Dr. László Palkovics <br> Felsőoktatásért Felelős Államtitkár<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> HR has to operate successully in what environment? How does European, Regional and Hungarian education help to teach the skills of the future to the growing generation?

Előadó: Dr. László Palkovics
Felsőoktatásért Felelős Államtitkár

In Hungarian

HR has to operate successully in what environment? How does European, Regional and Hungarian education help to teach the skills of the future to the growing generation?

BREAK - 40 minutes
10:45 - 11:25

At the backstage of business innovation
11:25 - 11:55
Speaker: <br> Zdravka Demeter Dubalo - MOL Group<br> Dr. Bauer Dávid - MOL Group<br> Dr. Alzbeta Gracova - Slovnaft<br> Svébis András - MOL Group <br> Bacsa György - MOL Group<br> Ratatics Péter - MOL Group<br> Vladimira Senćar Perkov - INA <br><br> Moderator: Jon Ingham<br> Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services <br><br>Powered by MOL<br><br> In English <br><br> While we are speaking about the future trends, there is one local company playing on the global markets, which is already in action and responds to all social, business, organisational and technological challenges. How? They drew their 2030 strategy which has one simple goal: to be the number one in every field. That's all.

Speaker:
Zdravka Demeter Dubalo - MOL Group
Dr. Bauer Dávid - MOL Group
Dr. Alzbeta Gracova - Slovnaft
Svébis András - MOL Group
Bacsa György - MOL Group
Ratatics Péter - MOL Group
Vladimira Senćar Perkov - INA

Moderator: Jon Ingham
Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services

Powered by MOL

In English

While we are speaking about the future trends, there is one local company playing on the global markets, which is already in action and responds to all social, business, organisational and technological challenges. How? They drew their 2030 strategy which has one simple goal: to be the number one in every field. That's all.

Building a better working world
11:55 - 12:15
<br>Speaker: Seshni Samuel<br> Ernst & Young<br><br> In English<br><br> Building a better working world starts with our people and the exceptional experiences they have at EY that empower them to grow their careers and become purpose-driven leaders who make a difference in businesses, governments and communities around the world.


Speaker: Seshni Samuel
Ernst & Young

In English

Building a better working world starts with our people and the exceptional experiences they have at EY that empower them to grow their careers and become purpose-driven leaders who make a difference in businesses, governments and communities around the world.

How can a 150 year old company act like a start-up?
12:15 - 12:35
<br> Speaker: Gerardo Mazzeo<br> Nestlé S.A.<br><br> In English <br><br> With almost 340,000 employees, 2000+ local brands and operations in 191 countries, Nestlé is a huge, complex organisation. With the ever-increasing speed of technological advancement, how can the company – and others like it – stay at the forefront of innovation? We will discusses the key cultural, behavioural and structural transformations required to embrace change and promote a forward-looking attitude of experimentation within one of the world’s biggest companies.


Speaker: Gerardo Mazzeo
Nestlé S.A.

In English

With almost 340,000 employees, 2000+ local brands and operations in 191 countries, Nestlé is a huge, complex organisation. With the ever-increasing speed of technological advancement, how can the company – and others like it – stay at the forefront of innovation? We will discusses the key cultural, behavioural and structural transformations required to embrace change and promote a forward-looking attitude of experimentation within one of the world’s biggest companies.

Numerology- Women leaders about the Hungarian aspects of world trends
12:35 - 13:00
Speaker:<br> Gabriella Vidus - RTL Hungary<br> Ágnes Fábián - Henkel<br> Éva Hegedűs - Gránit Bank<br><br> Moderator: Péter Balogh<br> Baconsult, DreamJo.bs <br><br>In Hungarian<br><br> What do the number one women leaders of the most innovative corporations of Hungary about those world trends about which we can read more and more? How many jobs will disappear? How much could flexible working spread? World trends in Hungary!

Speaker:
Gabriella Vidus - RTL Hungary
Ágnes Fábián - Henkel
Éva Hegedűs - Gránit Bank

Moderator: Péter Balogh
Baconsult, DreamJo.bs

In Hungarian

What do the number one women leaders of the most innovative corporations of Hungary about those world trends about which we can read more and more? How many jobs will disappear? How much could flexible working spread? World trends in Hungary!

LUNCHBREAK - 55 minutes
13:00 - 13:55

You can not hide! The candidate knows the truth about you!
13:55 - 14:10
Speaker: István Martis <br> Profession <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Today future employees check the companies where they would like to be employed in social media or other public sites. What is the future of employer branding this way?

Speaker: István Martis
Profession

In Hungarian

Today future employees check the companies where they would like to be employed in social media or other public sites. What is the future of employer branding this way?

Buliding the simply irresistible company
14:10 - 14:25
<br> Speaker: Melanie Seymour <br> BlackRock<br><br> In English <br><br> Nothing else is needed but unique organizational culture, challenging tasks, internationally competitive slaries and 100 bankers from London are tempted to move back to build the future in Hungary.


Speaker: Melanie Seymour
BlackRock

In English

Nothing else is needed but unique organizational culture, challenging tasks, internationally competitive slaries and 100 bankers from London are tempted to move back to build the future in Hungary.

Technology sets us free!
14:25 - 14:40
<br> Speaker: Gabriella Bábel<br> Microsoft <br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> From HR perspective, this means that we offer our partners the most valuable and important resource they can get, the control over their own time.


Speaker: Gabriella Bábel
Microsoft

In Hungarian

From HR perspective, this means that we offer our partners the most valuable and important resource they can get, the control over their own time.

Open your eyes: the inspiring power of curiosity
14:40 - 15:00
<br> Speaker: András Batiz <br><br> Impact Works<br><br> In Hungarian <br><br> How can we inspire others by simply showing interest in them? How could people and organisations benefit from a softer and human focused leadership? What soft skills are needed in an age where almost all tasks are delivered by machines instead of us? A simple survival kit for leaders who would like to attract, engage and retain talents by their personal approach.


Speaker: András Batiz

Impact Works

In Hungarian

How can we inspire others by simply showing interest in them? How could people and organisations benefit from a softer and human focused leadership? What soft skills are needed in an age where almost all tasks are delivered by machines instead of us? A simple survival kit for leaders who would like to attract, engage and retain talents by their personal approach.

People who did rethink the world of work
15:00 - 15:20
Speaker:<br> Know-House<br> Atomic Works<br> Mozaik Ökoszisztéma<br> <br> In Hungarian<br><br> Do you have any idea that could revolutionize the world of work? This question was answered by yes by those, who volunteered to the future forming World of Work Moonshot 2017 competition at the end of August. The best ideas were worked out in teams with design thinking method by the participants and were presented live to the jury. The three winning ideas are taken to HRFest to present the revolutionizing ideas of the world of work to 800 companies' leaders.

Speaker:
Know-House
Atomic Works
Mozaik Ökoszisztéma

In Hungarian

Do you have any idea that could revolutionize the world of work? This question was answered by yes by those, who volunteered to the future forming World of Work Moonshot 2017 competition at the end of August. The best ideas were worked out in teams with design thinking method by the participants and were presented live to the jury. The three winning ideas are taken to HRFest to present the revolutionizing ideas of the world of work to 800 companies' leaders.

Bag - Integration at the roma settlement
15:20 - 15:40
<br> Speaker: <br> Emőke Both - BAGázs<br> Péter Halácsy - Prezi<br> Heléne Lakatos - Prezi<br> <br><br>Moderator: András Batiz<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Diversity is listed among the values of most of the companies. But how can we really live diversity? For example when we employ gipsy manpower from slums? Real success story or real integration fought by blood and sweat? A gipsy employee tells us from a slum as well as Prezi.


Speaker:
Emőke Both - BAGázs
Péter Halácsy - Prezi
Heléne Lakatos - Prezi


Moderator: András Batiz

In Hungarian

Diversity is listed among the values of most of the companies. But how can we really live diversity? For example when we employ gipsy manpower from slums? Real success story or real integration fought by blood and sweat? A gipsy employee tells us from a slum as well as Prezi.

SZÜNET - 25 perc
15:40 - 16:05

„Try and share” insured
16:05 - 16:20
<br> Speaker: Csaba Masek <br>Generali<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> We are transforming a 187 year old company to a start up! We are attracting and retaining the attention of Gen-Y with gamified onborading process to ensure they are the source of innovation and renewal. Good plan! And just happening right now.


Speaker: Csaba Masek
Generali

In Hungarian

We are transforming a 187 year old company to a start up! We are attracting and retaining the attention of Gen-Y with gamified onborading process to ensure they are the source of innovation and renewal. Good plan! And just happening right now.

The rule is there are no rules! Holocracy vs. Squadification
16:20 - 16:40
<br> Speaker:<br> Ádám Bankó - Lab.Coop<br> Tamás Boldog - Skyscanner<br> <br><br> Moderator: András Kánai<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> One of the organizational answers given to the challenges to the future is the drastically decreased organizational hierarchy. But what paper can take easily, how is that handled by practice?


Speaker:
Ádám Bankó - Lab.Coop
Tamás Boldog - Skyscanner


Moderator: András Kánai

In Hungarian

One of the organizational answers given to the challenges to the future is the drastically decreased organizational hierarchy. But what paper can take easily, how is that handled by practice?

Will „strategic” HR survive the wind of change?
16:40 - 16:55
<br> Speaker:<br> Barbara Verő - Nestlé<br> Patrícia Tarczali - Nestlé<br> Tamás Bognár - Barta Education Center<br><br> Moderator: Szilvia Krizsó<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Big multinationals have some even bigger challanges nowadays. Beside growth, profit, market share gain there is a human resource issue. Loosing „real” talents, and with them their insightful thinking, which would lead to innovation. How to retain talents in the new reality? And what is the meaning of sustainable profitable growth? Is there a solution, which could be an answer to all these challanges? Will employees have to choose between big multinationals and agile start ups? Are start ups real competitors for the multis?


Speaker:
Barbara Verő - Nestlé
Patrícia Tarczali - Nestlé
Tamás Bognár - Barta Education Center

Moderator: Szilvia Krizsó

In Hungarian

Big multinationals have some even bigger challanges nowadays. Beside growth, profit, market share gain there is a human resource issue. Loosing „real” talents, and with them their insightful thinking, which would lead to innovation. How to retain talents in the new reality? And what is the meaning of sustainable profitable growth? Is there a solution, which could be an answer to all these challanges? Will employees have to choose between big multinationals and agile start ups? Are start ups real competitors for the multis?

David feat. Goliath Start ups and giants hand in hand
16:55 - 17:10
<br> Speaker: Toncsi Koczka<br> Nokia <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How can a small start up company be incorporated to a giant corporation? Why is this cooperation positive, how can turn this to the source of innovation? What are the biggest successes and lessons?


Speaker: Toncsi Koczka
Nokia

In Hungarian

How can a small start up company be incorporated to a giant corporation? Why is this cooperation positive, how can turn this to the source of innovation? What are the biggest successes and lessons?

HReincarnation or HRobot
17:10 - 17:25
<br> Speaker: Zsolt Szeleczki <br>Independent<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Lives long, who is in the death news! Today's HR function had to reinvent itself several times from the 50-ies. But never as much as today when the A-letter challenges like Automation, AI, Analytics are threatening it. But are they really threatening or rather they create an opportunity to finally achieve the dream state of creating true, visible and measureable added value. How HR can really be proactive and agile? Where today's dominant Ulrich model is heading?


Speaker: Zsolt Szeleczki
Independent

In Hungarian

Lives long, who is in the death news! Today's HR function had to reinvent itself several times from the 50-ies. But never as much as today when the A-letter challenges like Automation, AI, Analytics are threatening it. But are they really threatening or rather they create an opportunity to finally achieve the dream state of creating true, visible and measureable added value. How HR can really be proactive and agile? Where today's dominant Ulrich model is heading?

You can do it! You will survive!
17:25 - 17:45
<br> Speaker: Carole Gaskell<br> Full Potential Group <br><br> In English <br><br> Future is here, we cannot avoid it. Everything is changing around us, we HR expers need to change as well. But how? What motivates us and how are we able to motivate every involved parties within the organizations to change?


Speaker: Carole Gaskell
Full Potential Group

In English

Future is here, we cannot avoid it. Everything is changing around us, we HR expers need to change as well. But how? What motivates us and how are we able to motivate every involved parties within the organizations to change?

Future of Works Rocks! - Tóth Gergő
17:45 - 17:50

NAGY HALL
MID HALL
MID HALL
WELCOME - Anett Sóti, HR Fest Owner
09:00 - 09:10

Till the robot army arrives...
09:10 - 09:25
Speaker: András Fülöp<br> Deloitte<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> It can be that in 10 years, robots will take away our jobs, however today we face an enormous talent shortage in Hungary and all over the world. What mega-trends are shaping the the world? And what effects they have to the companies? And what solutions are appearing to resolve competitiveness and successful achievement of strategic company goals?

Speaker: András Fülöp
Deloitte

In Hungarian

It can be that in 10 years, robots will take away our jobs, however today we face an enormous talent shortage in Hungary and all over the world. What mega-trends are shaping the the world? And what effects they have to the companies? And what solutions are appearing to resolve competitiveness and successful achievement of strategic company goals?

New piffle or the pledge of the future is employee experience?
09:25 - 09:40
Speaker: Dr. Andrea Juhos <br> Lee Hecht Harrison<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Management trends keep on changing fast also in HR fields. But what does the new stone of wise keep? How is this approach different and how could it assure real competitve advantage in the fight for talents?

Speaker: Dr. Andrea Juhos
Lee Hecht Harrison

In Hungarian

Management trends keep on changing fast also in HR fields. But what does the new stone of wise keep? How is this approach different and how could it assure real competitve advantage in the fight for talents?

Work through the glasses of employee experience
09:40 - 10:00
Speaker: Éva Uzsák <br>AON Hewitt<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Beyond the theory what do those people really do, to whom new elixir works? What are the real tips and tricks which can be applied anytime? Real stories, which we will later also tell with pleasure.

Speaker: Éva Uzsák
AON Hewitt

In Hungarian

Beyond the theory what do those people really do, to whom new elixir works? What are the real tips and tricks which can be applied anytime? Real stories, which we will later also tell with pleasure.

Engineers can dance!
10:00 - 10:15
<br>Speaker: Hari Abburi <br>The Preparation Co.<br><br> In English <br><br> We answered these questions, can you? 1. Employees are not the most valuable asset. But then who else or what is? 2. Where is the real change driven from? spoiler: not the managers 3. How many HR people do yo need to fix a light bulb? 4. What if you read your CEOs Goal Sheet? No not an annual email - we mean real goal sheet. 5. Can you do everything in 3 clicks in your company? Go inside a fast paced change of a global, complex and highly specialised engineering company. See design thinking for HR in action.


Speaker: Hari Abburi
The Preparation Co.

In English

We answered these questions, can you? 1. Employees are not the most valuable asset. But then who else or what is? 2. Where is the real change driven from? spoiler: not the managers 3. How many HR people do yo need to fix a light bulb? 4. What if you read your CEOs Goal Sheet? No not an annual email - we mean real goal sheet. 5. Can you do everything in 3 clicks in your company? Go inside a fast paced change of a global, complex and highly specialised engineering company. See design thinking for HR in action.

Why will you see your global EVP fail? (Unless you channel your inner ninja!
10:15 - 10:35
Speaker: Barbora Ruscin <br>Deutsche Telekom<br><br> In English <br><br> A well-crafted Employee Value Proposition (EVP) has been for quite some time now understood as the cornerstone of successful employers’ image. As HR marketing professionals we tend to go to great lengths to articulate the employment deal of our corporations in the best possible manner. Wrapping it in in some nice graphics, we ship them out to the labor markets in hope of enlarging the talent pools and improving the fit of the applying candidates. But why is then, that so many of these efforts achieve none of the above and often just take the expressway from “unnoticed” to “forgotten”. Driven by a very concrete case study of the new global EVP of the Deutsche Telekom group, we will look at some common hurdles on the way to a successful employer brand, discuss techniques that will aid you in navigating through the creation process in the jungle of the multinational corporate world and help you channel your inner NINJA in order to see your next EVP efforts succeed."

Speaker: Barbora Ruscin
Deutsche Telekom

In English

A well-crafted Employee Value Proposition (EVP) has been for quite some time now understood as the cornerstone of successful employers’ image. As HR marketing professionals we tend to go to great lengths to articulate the employment deal of our corporations in the best possible manner. Wrapping it in in some nice graphics, we ship them out to the labor markets in hope of enlarging the talent pools and improving the fit of the applying candidates. But why is then, that so many of these efforts achieve none of the above and often just take the expressway from “unnoticed” to “forgotten”. Driven by a very concrete case study of the new global EVP of the Deutsche Telekom group, we will look at some common hurdles on the way to a successful employer brand, discuss techniques that will aid you in navigating through the creation process in the jungle of the multinational corporate world and help you channel your inner NINJA in order to see your next EVP efforts succeed."

BREAK - 30 minutes
10:35 - 11:05

R2D2, thank you for the interview!
11:05 - 11:25
<br>Speaker: Jacky Hazan<br> Intervyo <br><br> In English <br><br> How will AI affect our lives in the future, and how will it reshape the HR landscape. Will we find ourselves soon being analyzed by virtual interviewers, unveiling our deepest thoughts and emotions. Will this reality be of benefit to us recruiters, and will it not only save us time but command our recruitment decisions? What would you do if you found out that this was not a fiction of some distant future, but the reality of our current state.


Speaker: Jacky Hazan
Intervyo

In English

How will AI affect our lives in the future, and how will it reshape the HR landscape. Will we find ourselves soon being analyzed by virtual interviewers, unveiling our deepest thoughts and emotions. Will this reality be of benefit to us recruiters, and will it not only save us time but command our recruitment decisions? What would you do if you found out that this was not a fiction of some distant future, but the reality of our current state.

How to avoid shooting own goals?!
11:25 - 11:45
Speaker: Imre Tüzes <br>Profession<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> The best candidate exists, the best candidate is available, but the fact is that this is an increasingly challenging task for employers. Changing the way of thinking and consciousness are essential, but in many cases it can depend on very trivial things if demand and supply meet or not. Logical recognitions and practical tricks advised to avoid the pitfalls, based on the feedback of more than 10 000 jobseekers.

Speaker: Imre Tüzes
Profession

In Hungarian

The best candidate exists, the best candidate is available, but the fact is that this is an increasingly challenging task for employers. Changing the way of thinking and consciousness are essential, but in many cases it can depend on very trivial things if demand and supply meet or not. Logical recognitions and practical tricks advised to avoid the pitfalls, based on the feedback of more than 10 000 jobseekers.

Café PR
11:45 - 12:00
<br>Speaker: Éva Uzsák, Anita Balaton <br>AON Hewitt, Café PR<br><br> In Hungarian


Speaker: Éva Uzsák, Anita Balaton
AON Hewitt, Café PR

In Hungarian

Spark research
12:00 - 12:10

My first 90 days at Hungarian Telekom
12:10 - 12:25
Speaker: Zsuzsanna Friedl <br>Hungarian Telekom<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> The first 90 days are critical experience for every employees. Basically this is the time when the just-born love might become a serious relationship or it will be blown away by the first wind. It is not easy to for leaders and HR professionals to fully support the new colleagues during this time and get the feedback about their real capabilities in order to know whether they have found the unpolish diamond. Even harder when the HR dierctor is the one spending her first critical 90 days at the company.

Speaker: Zsuzsanna Friedl
Hungarian Telekom

In Hungarian

The first 90 days are critical experience for every employees. Basically this is the time when the just-born love might become a serious relationship or it will be blown away by the first wind. It is not easy to for leaders and HR professionals to fully support the new colleagues during this time and get the feedback about their real capabilities in order to know whether they have found the unpolish diamond. Even harder when the HR dierctor is the one spending her first critical 90 days at the company.

LUNCHBREAK - 65 minutes
12:25 - 13:30

10 reasons why Health & Wellbeing strategies fail
13:30 - 13:50
<br>Speaker: Michael Leitner<br> Virgin Pulse<br><br> In English <br><br> Somehow most wellbeing programs fail, due to verious reasons. However making it valuable is not that big of a deal.


Speaker: Michael Leitner
Virgin Pulse

In English

Somehow most wellbeing programs fail, due to verious reasons. However making it valuable is not that big of a deal.

With generational differences for business success
13:50 - 14:10
<br>Speaker:<br> Ábri Judit von Bartheld - Coaching Határok Nélkül<br> Anikó Pethő - Restart-Up<br> Boglárka Kőszegi - BP <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How do two different generations contribute to the success? What is their special added value which surely is not known by the other? What are our biggest fears about the two generations? How can we successfully address/ engage/ motivate the two generations?


Speaker:
Ábri Judit von Bartheld - Coaching Határok Nélkül
Anikó Pethő - Restart-Up
Boglárka Kőszegi - BP

In Hungarian

How do two different generations contribute to the success? What is their special added value which surely is not known by the other? What are our biggest fears about the two generations? How can we successfully address/ engage/ motivate the two generations?

Molecules of succes in the shared services sector
14:10 - 14:25
Speaker: Annamária Hudecz<br> Roche<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> How can we remain competitive against the future challenges? How automation and robotics will change the future of shared services? How can we prepare to be successful even in the future?

Speaker: Annamária Hudecz
Roche

In Hungarian

How can we remain competitive against the future challenges? How automation and robotics will change the future of shared services? How can we prepare to be successful even in the future?

Wellbeing, as corporate strategy
14:25 - 14:40
<br>Speaker:<br> Zsuzsanna Kamarás - Provident<br> István Faragó - Stress-M <br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> What Provident does to empower employee's welbeing and how they boosted the topic to a corporate strategy? What do they really do to the wellbeing of their employees and how these programs become sustainable. What leaders really do to live up to this value and how the various leadership levels are connected to it?


Speaker:
Zsuzsanna Kamarás - Provident
István Faragó - Stress-M

In Hungarian

What Provident does to empower employee's welbeing and how they boosted the topic to a corporate strategy? What do they really do to the wellbeing of their employees and how these programs become sustainable. What leaders really do to live up to this value and how the various leadership levels are connected to it?

The office of the future for the talents of the future
14:40 - 15:00
Speaker: Emőke Erdélyi<br> Skanska<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Emőke Erdélyi, HR Business Partner at Hungarian branch of Skanska, one of the world’s leading property development and construction companies, will share her comprehensive insight on why and how to use the office as an employer branding tool, focusing also on how the workplaces of the future might look like. And talking about offices and employer branding, she will reveal the results of an exclusive Skanska Hungary research on well-being and the workplace, a key aspect today.

Speaker: Emőke Erdélyi
Skanska

In Hungarian

Emőke Erdélyi, HR Business Partner at Hungarian branch of Skanska, one of the world’s leading property development and construction companies, will share her comprehensive insight on why and how to use the office as an employer branding tool, focusing also on how the workplaces of the future might look like. And talking about offices and employer branding, she will reveal the results of an exclusive Skanska Hungary research on well-being and the workplace, a key aspect today.

"Just let's be healthy..." but how to get there?!
15:00 - 15:15
Speaker: Dr. Gábor Zsolnay <br>Union<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Why wellbeing is important to companies and employees? What is the return on investment? What are the Hungarian specialities of the healthcare system and how a good local wellbeing program looks like? Where to start and how can we can screw it up?

Speaker: Dr. Gábor Zsolnay
Union

In Hungarian

Why wellbeing is important to companies and employees? What is the return on investment? What are the Hungarian specialities of the healthcare system and how a good local wellbeing program looks like? Where to start and how can we can screw it up?

Change vs. Transformation - knowing the difference makes the difference.
15:15 - 15:30
<br>Speaker: Georg Hirschi <br>Lee Hecht Harrison<br><br> In English <br><br> What leaders need to know to enable transformation of their people and organisations.


Speaker: Georg Hirschi
Lee Hecht Harrison

In English

What leaders need to know to enable transformation of their people and organisations.

BREAK - 30 minutes
15:30 - 16:00

From Bounded to Blended Learning: opening new horizons
16:00 - 16:20
<br> Speaker: Sanjay Gupta<br> Grow<br><br> In English <br><br> Make way Classroom training, Blended Learning is here! But wait! Is that really so? Is Blended Learning going to replace face to face trainings? OR does Blended learning compliment the trainings provided within the bounds of a classroom? Join me & find out the answers and explore the new horizons of enhanced training effectiveness, retention & return on investment!


Speaker: Sanjay Gupta
Grow

In English

Make way Classroom training, Blended Learning is here! But wait! Is that really so? Is Blended Learning going to replace face to face trainings? OR does Blended learning compliment the trainings provided within the bounds of a classroom? Join me & find out the answers and explore the new horizons of enhanced training effectiveness, retention & return on investment!

Bring to FLOW your team! Modern age leadership development a la Csíkszentmihályi
16:20 - 16:35
Speaker:<br> Mihály Csíkszentmihályi (video) - Psychologist<br> Tünde Benyovszky - Bespoke Principles<br> Tamás Kamarási - OTP Bank<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Leadership became a true challenge in the VUCA world, so did leadership development. Imagine leading a virtual company, where you work in a safe environment constantly in flow, and can try various management styles by learning from your experiences and even mistakes. By the end of the game you will become a true Chief Happiness Officer, who can build a flow based working environment.

Speaker:
Mihály Csíkszentmihályi (video) - Psychologist
Tünde Benyovszky - Bespoke Principles
Tamás Kamarási - OTP Bank

In Hungarian

Leadership became a true challenge in the VUCA world, so did leadership development. Imagine leading a virtual company, where you work in a safe environment constantly in flow, and can try various management styles by learning from your experiences and even mistakes. By the end of the game you will become a true Chief Happiness Officer, who can build a flow based working environment.

3 eternal sins you can commit when managing a 360 feedback
16:35 - 16:50
Speaker: Péter Hári <br>CX-Ray<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> More and more companies are going away from usage of the 360 feedback tool: some say it is biased, or believe it takes too much effort, while others experience that it might be so hurtful for some employees that they will join the competition. How to make sure that none of this threats becomes reality and the tool fulfills its original goal: enabling employees to develop and feel motivated.

Speaker: Péter Hári
CX-Ray

In Hungarian

More and more companies are going away from usage of the 360 feedback tool: some say it is biased, or believe it takes too much effort, while others experience that it might be so hurtful for some employees that they will join the competition. How to make sure that none of this threats becomes reality and the tool fulfills its original goal: enabling employees to develop and feel motivated.

"Will they stay or will they go? When a software tells you when your employees will leave"
16:50 - 17:05
Speaker:<br> Veronika Pocerova - Deloitte<br> Pavel Simak - Deloitte <br><br> In English <br><br>Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department. <br><br>Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department.

Speaker:
Veronika Pocerova - Deloitte
Pavel Simak - Deloitte

In English

Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department.

Certainly some people will leave us. But what if we could fully predict that 6 months before their resignation. Big data can tell it all, just in time so we would be able to act against their decision and retain our best talents simply by analysing the readily available data we have at our HR department.

You can not work forever - What will happen to us without the grandmothers?
17:05 - 17:20
Speaker: Csaba Nagy<br> OTP Pension Fund<br><br> In Hungarian<br><br> Details coming soon

Speaker: Csaba Nagy
OTP Pension Fund

In Hungarian

Details coming soon

Transformational HR
17:20 - 17:40
Speaker: Perry Timms<br> People and Transformational HR <br><br> In English<br><br> So much of what HR does is transactional and not transformational. YET within the people HR has a corporate guardianship for lies power - transformative power. How can HR unlock that in itself and in the people it serves to make truly adaptive, agile and effective businesses for the networked era? Join Perry Timms to find out how.

Speaker: Perry Timms
People and Transformational HR

In English

So much of what HR does is transactional and not transformational. YET within the people HR has a corporate guardianship for lies power - transformative power. How can HR unlock that in itself and in the people it serves to make truly adaptive, agile and effective businesses for the networked era? Join Perry Timms to find out how.

Future of Work Rocks! - Anett Sóti
17:40 - 17:45

BREAK - 15 minutes
17:45 - 18:00

Aon Best Employers Program Award Ceremony
18:00 - 18:10

MID HALL

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