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Strategic Workforce Planning - Understanding the Strategic Plan

Date: 28th September 2022

Location: Online

Price: £100 + VAT

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Strategic Workforce Planning - Understanding the strategic plan

This programme has been developed as part of a wider strategic workforce planning programme.  However, we recognise that the content may be of interest to other colleagues and therefore some additional places are available to members who wish to attend this programme as a one-off event.

Wednesday 28th September

3 x 90 min slots throughout the day - exact timings to be confirmed.

Module Outline:

Led by Richard Billingham, Executive Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, Aston University and Jeung Lee, Head of Integrated Planning at The University of Manchester.

Richard spent over 15 years in local government before joining Aston in 2017. He has a strong track record of driving workforce and HR function change in support of changing organisation strategy and has led a wide range of multi-disciplinary project teams which have focused on people and culture change, HR function transformation (including technology implementation), workplace transformation, employee engagement and improving workforce efficiency.

Jeung joined the Univeristy of Manchester in May 2021 from Brunel where she worked for over 10 years, latterly as the Head of Institutional Effectiveness.

Input from a Director of Planning, Director of Finance and Director of HR, which will cover:

  • Strategy development & implementation
  • Annual planning round
  • Student number planning & course development
  • Student demographics
  • Financial planning & forecasting
  • Risk
  • Wider employment context
  • HE specific HR challenges

All of the above will be brought together to give a picture of the university and the importance of strategic planning

This programme has been developed as part of a wider strategic workforce planning programme in which it constitutes Module 1 of 5 Modules – you can find out more about the full programme here.

Please note, in order to book a place on this event you will need a UHR website user account. 

If you do not yet have an account, please click here to submit the request and gain immediate access; our admin team will contact your HRD within a week to verify your access level.

If you just wish to book on this event as a one-off then please visit the quick registration page where you can set up an account just for booking events.

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