Employer Branding through Organisational Differentiation
The future of HR is being established today. Members of the workforce increasingly view their employers as brands and are shopping and comparing these brands much in the same way they might with buying a new car or a new pair of trainers. Yet despite the fact that employer branding is vital for today’s talent management and acquisition activities, many companies are still facing difficulties in planning and executing an effective employer branding strategy.
One common issue is that people find it difficult to communicate key messages and stories in a way which supports the brand because they are not sure enough about what the brand means and involves. Fixing this is about providing better clarity about what the organisation stands for, helping provide a better platform for strategic success, and making branding activities much simpler.
Another problem is that many companies face difficulties in accurately identifying their target employee profiles including their needs and wants, their pain points and motivation drivers. In addition, they are ineffective in developing and utilising the right mix of digital and non-digital media platforms that align with their talent management objectives. Many also fail to manage internal and external stakeholders to develop and drive the employee and candidate experience in a way that is aligned with the employer brand promise.
Dealing with these problems requires appropriately designed and effective strategies and techniques to plan, execute and sustain an employer brand. Find out why your employer brand matters and how you can improve it, in this highly interactive and case study based training programme.
The course now also contains specific focus on employer branding during and beyond the coronavirus pandemic crisis, for example, but treating people and communicating with them in a caring, human way.
Dedicated 6.5 hours of live virtual training
How You Can Benefit!
• Create a differentiated focus and offer for your organisation
• Attract and engage key target groups, including millennials, digital talent, etc, whether as employees or other types of worker or contributor
• Develop effective employer and worker value propositions (EVPs) that attract the right target groups
• Utilise effective frameworks to build, design and execute successful employer branding strategies
• Use digital and social media platforms to create high recruitment and engagement impact at low cost
• Create effective branding campaigns that align with your employer brand and organisation needs
• Understand people’s engagement drivers and develop highly compelling employee experiences
• Use metrics and analytics to understand the return on investment in employer branding activities
Who Should Attend
• Chief human resource officer
• President or vice-president of HR
• HR director, manager or executive
• Head of employer banding, employee experience, employee engagement, etc
• Marketing professional concerned with in employee performance
• Head of talent acquisition or talent management, etc
• Communication manager, brand nanager, recruitment marketing manager, etc
• HR business partner, or HR professional, wanting to contribute more broadly to employer branding and its delivery
• Business leader, with responsibility for attracting and engaging people in your own business
• All other professionals / business stakeholders involved in innovating HR and management approaches, processes and systems.
Early BirdRegister by 12 February
Standard Rate13 February onwards
Group Discount: 10% off for Group Registrations of 3 delegates or more