Dagur: Miðvikudagurinn 19. apríl 2023
Fjarfundur á TEAMS – Fundarhlekkur sendur þegar nær dregur
David Bearfield, Director of the Office for Human Resources, Untited Nation Development Programme, fjallar um „Key success factors for HR transformation.
This case study will outline the People for 2030 strategy set by The United Nations Development Programme, as they engage in an ambitious and far-reaching transformation of their HR function and capabilities with the aim of transforming culture and capacity to deliver.
-A new competency framework
-A new career management framework, a talent review system and a new mobility policy
-Targeted talent programmes to facilitate the in-take of new expertise and increase workforce diversity.
-Overhaul of how learning and development is managed and delivered
-Comprehensive transformation of the talent acquisition and recruitment function
-A new occupational health and well-being strategy
-A significant improvement of leadership quality
David Bearfield is Director of Office of Human Resources (OHR) at the United Nations Development Programme, based in New York City.
He is currently leading the implementation of UNDP’s People Strategy, People for 2030, a transformative programme which aims to improve UNDP’s capacity and culture to deliver better development results.
David previously served as the Director of the European Personnel Selection Office for the EU Institutions, where he was responsible for policy, strategy, and operations for selection and recruitment, as well as providing a range of learning and development services.
Prior to this, David held many positions within the European Commission, including as a member of the Private Office of two Vice-Presidents, as Head of Internal Communication and Information Management. He began his career working in the Civil Service Fast Stream with the UK Permanent Representation to the EU and with the UK Department of Transport.
Areas of expertise include the improvement and modernisation of complex, large-scale systems, processes, and procedures in HR. He is a global thought leader and advocate of best practice in the area of recruitment.