The inaugural CIPD Festival of Work will host 7,000+ business leaders, technologists, and people professionals in London for two days of jam-packed education, networking and entertainment at the Festival of Work (12-13 June 2019, Olympia London). Be part of it.
Join your peers to find out how to lead, to harness technology for the benefit of all, and how to equip your workforce with the skills to succeed in the future of work. You can choose to experience the whole event or choose from the:
The stunning Victorian architecture, magnificent galleries, and recognisable vaulted roof of the Grand Hall at Olympia London is the perfect venue to host the inaugural CIPD Festival of Work.
The vast Grand Hall will be home to our Festival. An event in itself, the Festival provides all our visitors with a vibrant, entertaining and engaging space to meet suppliers, network with peers, engage in free CPD at a range of free learning events, recharge and replenish with interesting world cuisine, or to find a quiet spot to reflect.
Free registration for visitors to the Festival will open in the new year. Register your interest.
Buzzing with energy and ideas, the Festival of Work includes three dedicated conferences which will tackle the big people issues of our time: Future of Work, HR Technology, and Learning and Development. The Festival of Work will fire your enthusiasm for the future and send you home with the skills to succeed in the future of work.
Buy a conference pass for unlimited access – 3 conferences, 1 festival, unmissable value. Your pass allows you to build your own unique learning event based on your individual interests and business needs.
Tech may be transforming your business – but people remain its most precious asset. Join your peers for both days of the Festival of Work to discover how to lead, to harness technology for the benefit of all, and how to equip your workforce with the skills to succeed in the future of work.
You’ll be wowed by a stellar line up of speakers across the two dedicated leadership streams: Future of Leadership and Business Management; and the Future of People Management and People Development.
Visit the Future of Work festival zone for an inspiring glimpse into the future world of work.
(Previously the HR Software & Recruitment Show)
New tech is ripping up the HR rulebook. Find out how technology can help both your people and your organisation. Designed for CTO’s, digital specialists and HR tech professionals, the HR Technology conference and Festival zone is at the core of the CIPD’s inaugural Festival of Work.
For the first time there will be a dedicated HR Technology conference stream: the Future of HR Technology and Digital Working. Join your peers at the conference to explore topics from navigating the ethics of AI, to tech-led recruitment, to monitoring health and wellbeing, and developing insight from people analytics.
And don’t forget to visit the Future of Work festival zone and network in a buzzing festival atmosphere that brings the future of work to life.
(Previously the CIPD Learning and Development Show)
Everything we know about work is changing. Whether you’re a HR leader in a multinational or a start-up, the CIPD’s Festival of Work landmark event will shine a light on the best way forward – for you, your team, or your organisation.
Buzzing with energy and ideas,the dedicated Learning & Development conference has three streams designed to tackle the big issues of our time: Artificial intelligence; Leadership and management; Learning and development; Technology; and Talent management. Find out how to lead, to harness technology for the benefit of all, and how to equip your workforce with the skills to succeed in the future of work.
And last, but no means least, there’s the Learning and Development festival zone where you can network in a buzzing festival atmosphere that brings the future of work to life.
Over the two days of the Festival we’ll host 60 free learning sessions for festival visitors. Each of the three Festival zones (Future of Work, HR Technology and Learning and Development) includes a free learning stage where each day 10 experts will present case studies, research and tech-based solutions to people issues.
No booking required. Do arrive early in order to guarantee your seat. (Please note accessible seating is provided across the event – please note your requirements when booking and speak to the help desk at the entrance to the event.)
Our free learning programme will be published in March 2019. Register your interest in attending now.
We are delighted to announce that the opening keynote on the 12th June 2019 will be presented by Garry Kasparov (Chess Grandmaster, former World Chess Champion, Chair of the Human Rights Foundation, and Best-Selling Author). Join Garry for his keynote: “The Future of Work is Human – Where Machine Intelligence Ends and Creativity Begins”.
He will be joined by a stellar roster of 130+ speakers over 2 days including: Matthew Taylor (Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts), Helen Moulinos (Chief Operating Officer, Stonewall), René Carayol MBE (Author, Specialist & Advisor on Leadership, Business Transformation & Culture), Jaimini Lakhani (Change Director, British Council) and many more.
With 120+ inspirational speakers and three dedicated conferences, the Festival of Work promises to tackle the big issues that will shape the future of all our working lives.
As well as conference content, free learning sessions in the Festival, there’s also a host of social events, entertainments and interactive elements to get involved with across the two days.
The full event agenda will be released in Spring 2019. Until then register your interest, follow us on social media and let your friends and colleagues know that you’ll see them there.