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Preparing Your People For The FutureBack

Ennis&CoAUTOMOTIVE SEARCH FIRM ENNIS & CO LEADS INDUSTRY TALENT CONVERSATION AT EVENT: “PREPARING YOUR PEOPLE FOR THE FUTURE: FIVE THINGS YOU REALLY NEED TO THINK ABOUT”

Automotive Executive Search firm Ennis & Co has held an interactive conference at which senior industry delegates discussed the opportunities and challenges facing the automotive industry today and in the future. Hosted by Toyota GB and chaired by consultant Al Clarke, the event saw five teams of speakers and panellists discussing the implications these opportunities have for talent.

Subjects presented and debated included Generations X, Y and Z, Developing Senior Management, Traditional V “New” retail and Learning from beyond the automotive sector. The delegates also heard from some of the leaders of the future, a panel of young professionals who shared their experiences of the industry.

Eighteen months ago, Ennis & Co and several of the event presentation team created an open network of interested parties who have since been sharing knowledge and ideas about the drivers impacting upon the sector. The group has researched these areas and the event was a forum to share its learning and ideas, to bring some new people into the conversation and to have a debate with like-minded people.

Amongst many other themes, delegates and presentation teams discussed how to attract, deploy and channel skills, knowledge and talent as the industry transforms radically; the opportunities for the sector lie within leaders, developing talent and the leaders of the future who are just entering the industry now. Anyone interested to learn more about the event can contact Ennis & Co through their website www.ennisco.com

Posted by Sue Robinson on 22/04/2016