Plus Ça Change
In keeping with the mood of our times, this year’s fast-paced European HR summit was all about change and how best to manage it. Over 150 specialists and managers working in HR gathered at the Radisson Blu Heathrow to discuss talent mobility, talent development and acquisition, tech and innovation, employee well-being, mental health, diversity and inclusion.
The French saying goes that the more things change, the more they remain the same. This is so true of business today. So much is changing in the world as a result of new technologies, consumer attitudes and ways of communicating. This is often called disruption.
The most successful businesses are the ones that have an enduring culture based on strong values that help the business to adapt to change while fundamentally staying the same.
Throughout this year’s European HR summit, the focus was on how HR can help the business be fit for purpose and use the tools available to their full potential.
In keeping with the mood of our times, this year’s fast-paced European HR summit was all about change and how best to manage it.
Tools such as the cultural compass that guides all decision-making at Enterprise. Or the diversity scorecard, which helps managers across the business to recruit and engage the best talent. Or how our campus brand managers and talent acquisition team can better represent the brand to attract our next generation of leaders.
Change is inevitable, but values endure and create a culture that enables all employees to feel comfortable and perform to the best of their ability.