CIPD Guernsey Annual Spring Ball

Posted: 01/05/2012

A leading professional coach and development specialist will be the guest speaker at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in Guernsey (CIPD) annual Spring Ball on 18 May.

Steve Head is one of the most successful speakers in the UK today with over 16 years' experience. His dynamism in coaching and developing big corporate businesses and individuals will give Guernsey's business and human resources (HR) community some fun and food for thought.

Kathy Armstrong, Chair of the local CIPD Group said: “Steve will share his wisdom and practical tips on how to maximise performance and achieve sustained success which is particularly relevant to Guernsey at the moment with the changing and challenging economic climate. We are very excited about Steve coming to our event. His experience will enlighten and engage the audience and we believe people will come away even more energised for their own professional development and for the success of the businesses they work for.”

Carey Olsen is the lead sponsor for the event, with support from Rossborough. The evening at the Old Government House Hotel includes a Channel Islands Skills Academy (CISA)sponsored champagne reception, dinner, awards, speeches and a photo “pod” to capture the special moments.

Carey Olsen head of HR, Gillian Gorvel, said the law firm wanted to support the event for a number of reasons.

“It is always exciting to have a guest speaker of the calibre of Steve Head at events which focus on motivating people to improve their professional development practices. This is an aspect of the Carey Olsen ‘people policy' on which we place a great deal of importance.” she said.

Tickets are selling fast and cost £60 and are discounted for local CIPD members.

For further information and a booking form, please contact or phone Lara Turner on 727240 before 3.00pm Monday to Friday.

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