The latest Foresight seminar: X and Y

In this time of economic uncertainty, it is more vital than ever that you have a committed, effective workforce. Recruiting is a costly business, which no-one wants to have to do too often!

Do you understand what may impact on workforce in the future? What external trends and forces can change the shape of your workforce? This awareness and planning is key to attracting and retaining a workforce that will enable your organisation to realise its full potential.

This NCVO Third Sector Foresight seminar will think through these and other implications of workforce changes for the voluntary and community sector.

Date: 18 November

Time: 2.30pm – 5pm

Venue: NCVO

Book now to secure your place in the latest of the very popular seminar series. Call Kathryn Cook on 0207 520 2510 or book online at www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/xandy 

Remember the 18th of November…Workforces, changes and needs.

Last updated at 15:08 Mon 18/May/09.
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Kathryn

Third Sector Foresight

We’ll be putting some follow up from this event in our events section shortly but in the meantime I thought this was a good quote to contemplate:
“The millennials, along with everything else happening around them, represent a seismic shift in values and behaviour that is less about a narrowly defined demographic and more to do with abolishing the notion of the traditional consumer. They are creating a new kind of economic force.” I like this idea of an ‘economic force’: something positive to do with the economy is nice to read, as opposed to some of the doom and gloom that’s going around. And what’s the potential of this force for the VCS?
If you want to read more of the same, this quote comes from an article written by Yannis Kavounis.

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