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					                                                                                            B U S IN E S S
                                                                                            ED U C AT IO N
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                                                                                  BEEC INTERNATIONAL
  THE MANAGEMENT SCHOOL LONDON




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                                       HR INTERNATIONAL
              3       INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CONGRESS
                             5TH TO 9TH JULY 2009, Hilton Hotel NAIROBI, KENYA.
Theme: HR Strategy for Leveraging Organisational Development and delivery of High performance in
difficult and uncertain times.
     Attend a world Class Human Resource Learning event with world class speakers
     Learn how to lead organisations in a difficult and uncertain times
     Capitalize on the opportunities which down turn presents
     Discuss Performance management and the balance score card in uncertain times
     Review how to manage high fliers, above average and below average performers
     Partner, Drive and integrate HR strategy, with organizational goals and strategy
     Align talent management with organizational strategy
     Drive organisation’s mission and goals through competency based approach to learning and development
     Work with the Board and think creatively to understand how the organization is performing and make plans
        that reflect core organizational requirement.
     Learn how to motivate and retain talents in a difficult and uncertain organizational environment.
     Discuss communication skills for motivating employees during recession
     Review how to manage Risk, Conflicts and Crisis in uncertain organizational environment.
     Discuss communication skills for motivating employees during recession
     Review how to manage Risk, Conflicts and Crisis in uncertain times
     Leverage change through HR Strategy
     Network with Peers and world class speakers and share experience                  Good
     Learn new HR trends at the Human Resource Master Class
     Up-date skills from world-class speakers                                 15 Reasons why you
     Enjoy the excellent learning environment                                  must attend the HR
     Visit Kenya Tourist attraction Enjoy Kenya Safari                               Congress
     The HR congress provides excellence in HR learning
BRITAIN                                                              GHANA
Magda Minnaar                                      Samuel Ayebeng
Clients Relations Executive                        Business Development Manager
The Management School, London                      or Martina Ngoh
Alperton House, Bridgewater Road                   Training & Development Manager
Wembley, London, Middlesex HAO IEH England         BEEC International Ghana
Tel: +44(0)2087828990:                             Adabraka Official Town, Accra, Ghana1st
Fax: +44(0)2087828991                              Brewery Road, HouseNo.D.623/3
Email: exectraining@themanagementschool.com        Tel: 021271100/0242751317,
Website: www.themanagementschool.com               0243344437,
                                                   Fax: 021271100: Email: beecintgh@yahoo.com
DUBAI                                               NIGERIA
Paul Francis                                       Julius Olumagin
TMS International                                  Business Education Examinations Council
112-443 Omar Bin Al-Khattab Road,                  13, Randle Road, Apapa
Office: 403, 4th Floor,                            P.O.Box 555014, Falomo, Ikoyi, Lagos
ALBARAHA, DEIRA, Dubai                             Tel: Walton: Abuja 08033993920; Julius: Lagos: 08035028859:
P. o. Box 184815, Dubai                            Chima: Lagos- 08052782240, Bede: Lagos
Tel: + 971-420723290, Mobile: +971-558960884       08034102910: Email: 7944853@multilinks.com
Fax: +97142723290                                  7649895@multilinks.com
Email: excelearning@tmsinternationaldubai.com
                                                    7913442@multilinks.com
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                                 HR INTERNATIONAL
    3       INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CONGRESS
                      5TH TO 9TH JULY 2009 Hilton Hotel NAIROBI, KENYA.

Theme: HR Strategy for leveraging Organisational Development and delivery of High
Performance in difficult and uncertain times.

The HR Congress:
All organizations in the private and public sectors are passing through difficult uncertain times. The slow down
in global economy and the associated financial crisis are impacting on governments, government owned
institutions and the private sector. The key issues at the time this brochure was prepared are the global credit
squeeze, the reluctance of banks to lend money to each other and the crisis at the capital market HR has a key
role in managing the global recession. HR responses in the past were large scale redundancy programme and
recruitment freezes. The trend is changing and well managed organisations are paying greater attention to work
force planning. In the rush to rationalize, organizations lose talented employees. The 2009 HR Congress will
focus attention on the roles which HR should play in organizational Development, Reform, and organizational
Repositioning and performance enhancement.

We have pleasure in inviting you and your colleagues to attend the 2009 International Human Resource
Congress which will be held at the Hilton Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya from 5th to 9th July, 2009. The annual HR
Congress run by the Management School London, TMS International, Dubai and BEEC International has firmly
established itself as an authoritative HR learning event for practitioners. It provides HR practitioners the
opportunity to network and update themselves, on current HR issues and trends. Each year, current HR issues
are discussed and HR Executives take back new skills to apply at their work place.

HR in Public and Private Sectors:
In 2007, the theme of the highly successful and well attended HR Congress was on “How to use HR to leverage
corporate objectives”. In 2008 in Accra, Ghana, the theme of the equally well attended HR Congress was “HR
roles as the Organisational and Business partner”. In 2009, the HR Congress will focus attention on HR roles in
organizational Development and how HR can lead organisations through uncertain and difficult times. The
slow-down in global economy is impacting on most organisations world-wide. The current private sector focus
is on how to reduce cost and enhance their profitability.

In the private sector, HR should play a key role as a Commercial function. The pressure is also been felt in the
public sector and consultants are helping Governments to put in place reform agenda aimed at helping
Government Ministries and Government owned organisaions to operate efficiently. Government response in
many countries to the financial crisis includes bailout strategy for their financial institutions. Budgets have been
fine – tuned and in some countries Governments are rightsizing the civil service through rationalization and
retrenchment of its workforce. Human Resource Periods like these are when HR should be on the driving seat
to pilot the organization through difficult and uncertain times.
It is a period when HR should have a strong voice at Board level or the highest level in Government to
lead the organizational development strategy in the public and private sectors. Human Resource
Management should support cost reduction in an uncertain and difficult times but HR must always
remind the Board of the bigger picture by looking at other ways of cutting cost such as:
    o To explore the redeployment of employees where possible.
    o To put in place strategy for talent management and retention
    o To ensure that the regulations and law on redundancies are followed to the latter
    o To reassure the remaining employees that they are valued.

The 2009 HR Congress will focus on Organisational Development, Organisational Repositioning and how to
enhance High Performance delivery in difficult uncertain times.



HR Congress Objectives
At the end of the HR Congress, HR practitioners will:

      Learn how HR should lead organizations in a difficult and uncertain times and how to capitalize on the
       opportunities down turn presents.
      Work with the Board and think creatively to, understand how the organization is performing and make
       plans that reflect core organizational requirement.
      Discuss Performance Management and the balance score card.
      Learn how to organize the work force to cope with down turn and uncertain times and maintain the
       commitments of the existing staff.
      Discuss how to position the business to meet recovery challenges
      Learn how to motivate and retain talents in a difficult and uncertain organizational environment.
      Discuss communication skills for motivating employees during recession
      Review how to manage Risk, Conflicts and strikes in uncertain times
      Learn Public Relations Strategy for change management
      Review employment law for change management

World Class Speakers
The HR Congress has established its self as an important international Human Resource Learning event
that brings together top HR Directors practitioners, HR Gurus, Senior Training and Learning
Executives, coaches, mentors, Industrial Relations experts, Senior Reward Managers from the private
and public sectors.
Special Congress features: 15 good reasons why you must attend the HR Congress
(1).   Excellence in HR Learning
       The Annual HR International Congress run by the Management School London, TMS International
       Dubai and BEEC International has firmly established itself for its excellence in learning, training and
       development in HR Best Practice.
(2)    Share Experience:
       The Congress will offer you the opportunity to update your HR thinking and share experience on latest
       development. The congress will be attended by your peers and world class speakers from around the
       globe.
(3).   Congress Master-Class:
       World-Class Human Resource Management experts from around the globe have been invited to speak at
       the Congress. You will have the opportunities to learn new trends and stimulate your thinking at the
       master class sessions.
(4).   Congress Case Study:
       The special features of the Congress. You will therefore have the opportunity for practical work
       application when you return to your office
(5).   Established Reputation:
       The Management School London and BEEC International have the excellent reputation for providing
       high quality and innovation learning events. Be part of this global HR event.
(6).   Latest HR Issues
       The have the opportunity to exchange knowledge and discuss the latest HR learning issues
(7)    Excellent Learning Environment:
       The congress is held at a top class 5 star hotel. It is a friendly and luxurious learning environment
(8)    HR Debates:
       The Congress offers the platform for lively debates, discussion of emerging HR issues and topics
(9)    Thinking Globally, Act Locally:
       The HR Congress will give you the opportunities to think globally and act locally
(10)   Congress Networking:
       Meet other international HR professional and network
(11)   Outstanding Facilities:
       The HR Congress offers you outstanding facilities
(12)   Congress Materials:
       All Congress papers will be available on CD and will be given free of charge to all congress participants
(13)   World Class Speakers:
       Speakers at the Congress are world class
(14)   Free Lunch, Tea & Coffee
       All participants will be served free lunch, tea and coffee for three days. These offer more networking
       opportunity.
(15)   Tourist Attraction:
       Kenya is a tourist delight. You have the opportunity to visit Kenya’s tourist attraction without a charge.
       Join us at Kenya Safari
Who should attend?
The International Human Resource Congress is designed for Human Resource Directors Human Resource
Managers, human Resource Consultants, Personnel Managers and Managers worldwide. The programme will
benefit the following in the private and public sectors and they are invited to attend:

      Human Resource Directors
      Personnel Directors
      Directors of Personnel
      General Managers, Training and Development
      Deputy Directors and Assistant Directors of Personnel
      Head of Personnel Departments
      Personnel Managers
      Training and Developments
      Employee Relations Managers
      Industrial Relations Managers
      Salary Administration Manager
      Job Evaluation Managers
      Managers and Executives
      Pensions Managers
      Functional Managers
      Branch Managers
      All executives responsible for people management
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                HR INTERNATIONAL - NAIROBI
    3      INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CONGRESS

VENUE:       Hilton Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya

DATE:        5TH TO 9TH JULY 2009

THEME: HR Strategy for leveraging Organisational Development and delivery of High
       Performance in difficult and uncertain times

Day 1: Sunday
5th July 2009             Delegates arrive and Registration

Day 2: Monday
6th July 2009
8:00am – 8:30am           -      Registration continues
8.30am – 9:00am           -      Welcome address & Opening
                          -      President BEEC International
                          -      Chairman Institute of Personal Management Kenya
                          -      Kenya’s Minister of Employment

9.00am – 9.30am – Networking Tea/Coffee Break

Day 2: Monday.
6th July 2009
9.31am – 11.00 am
Session 1:
Topic:        Performance Management: Enhancing the delivery of High Performance in a difficult and
              uncertain times
                  How the International and local economic environment impacts on HR practice
                  HR’s response to these uncertain times
                  Work with the board and think creatively to understand how the organization is
                    performing
                  Make plans that reflect core organizational requirement
                  Overview of performance management
                  Type of performance
                  Key result, Areas & Performance indicators
                  Performance improvement cycle
                  Managing Performance
                  Performance Assessment with rating scale
                  Handling performance issues
                     Discipline for non performance
                     Performance review
                     Improvement plan
                     Leadership & motivation
                     Performance Management Strategy for managing high flyers including the above average
                      and below average performances
                     Case Study

Speaker:      Prof. Mike Bourne – Professor of Business Performance, Centre for Business Performance,
              School of Management, Cranfield University

Day 2: Monday
6th July 2009
11.00 am – 1.00 pm
Session 2:
Topic:        Innovative Strategic Leadership for Excellent Result: Becoming a Global Leader and
              Driver of Organisational Management.
                  Innovative Strategic leadership key for all senior and middle managers
                  Creating strategic direction and leading others
                  The emerging leadership styles and trends and how to use them during difficult times
                  Visionary styles: Telling the Team the organizational vision and strategic direction of
                     the organisation.
                  Affillative style: Putting people first before the task
                  Participative style: This is a traditional style known as the democratic management
                     style.
                  Coaching style: Developing employees through questions
                  Pace Setting style: management feel that employers cannot do it right and decides to do
                     it himself. Management gives directives and expects employees to do what they are told.
                  Innovative culture and innovative system
                  Team building and team working
                  The leadership approaches – becoming a global leader.
                  Change management models
                  Formulation of change goals and objectives
                  Psychology of change
                  Drivers of organizational change
                  Change implementation
                  Becoming a global leader
                  Case study, exercise, activity.

Speaker:      (a) Sandy MacDowell, Chairman of International Consultancy, AMADEUS 15.
              (b) Liza Chalton, Co-Founder & Director, AMADEUS 15
1. 01 pm – 2.00 pm          -      Networking Lunch
Day 2: Monday
6th July 2009
2.01 pm – 3.30 pm
Session 3:
Topic:        Effective Management Strategy and Leading Strategic Change in a Recession
                  An overview of global environment and its impact on companies and management
                     practice
                  Management strategy in a recession
                  Why is organizational development important
                  Organizational restructuring strategy
                  Strategy for introducing change
                  Strategy for managing change
                  Managing change resistance and implementation
                  Strategy for change
                  Case studies

Speaker:      a) Liza Charlton, Founder & Director, Amadeus 15

              (b) Edward Kwapong – General Manager, Human Resource, Ghana Commercial Bank


Day 2: Monday
6th July 2009
3.30 pm – 5.00 pm
Session 4:
Topic:        Strategic thinking and strategic Direction.
                  Strategic thinking and direction
                  Strategic thinking, corporate planning in a depressed operational environment
                  Strategy design and crafting
                  Strategy for growth
                  Strategy for recovery
                  Strategic human resources
                  Strategy implementation
                  Case studies.

Speakers:
              (a) David Oxtoby, Senior International Management Consultant and Director, Learning &
                  Development Consultant, The Management School, London
              (b) Sandy MacDowell, Chairman of International Consultancy, AMADEUS 15.
Day 3: Tuesday
7th July 2009
8.00 am – 10.00 am
Session 5
Topic:        HR as a Strategic Partner - How does HR contribute to organization Performance?
               Aligning Human Resource strategy with organizational strategy
               Driving organizational objectives through HR strategy.
               Partnering with the Board and Line Managers to drive corporate goals
               Case Study and Exercise

Speaker:      Prof. Mike Bourne – Professor of Business Performance, Centre for Business Performance
              School of Management, Cranfield University

10. 00 am – 10. 30 am - Networking Tea/Coffee Break

Day 3: Tuesday
7th July 2009
10.30 am – 12.00 noon
Session 6
Topic: Strategic HR Planning for Change and managing people in a downturn
                   Introducing organization Development Programme
                   HR strategy for managing change
                   Workforce management in a difficult and uncertain times
                   Strategic thinking, setting policy strategic Direction for the changing operating
                    environment
                   The hierarchy of strategy
                   Strategy at the main board
                   Strategy for growth
                   Strategy of recovery
                   Strategy at the business unit
                   Ensuring consistency in strategy
                   Leveraging HR to corporate strategy
                   Employee redeployment and retrenchment strategy
                   Redundancy legislation and career packages
                   Look for ways to cutting cost attempt laying off employees
                   Redeploy where possible
                   Nurture and develop talents
                   Base decision on careful HR planning
                   In case of redundancy, follow the law
                   Reassure the remaining employees that they are value
                   Case study
Speaker:      (a) Edward Kwapong – General Manager, Human Resource, Ghana Commercial Bank
              (b) Sandy MacDowell, Chairman of International Consultancy, AMADEUS 15
Day 3: Tuesday
7th July 2009
12.00 noon – 1.00 pm
Session 7
Topic:        Measuring Performance and the Balance Scorecard
                   Key performance indicators and the Balanced Scorecard
                   Visualizing success, the process
                   Designing appropriate performance measures
                   Case Study


Speaker:      Prof. Mike Bourne – Professor of Business Performance, Centre for Business Performance,
              School of Management, Cranfield University


1.00 pm – 2.00 pm – Networking Lunch

Day 3: Tuesday
7th July 2009
2.01 pm – 3.30 pm
Session 8
Topic:        Developing, Retaining, managing Talent and succession planning during business
              downturn
                  Leveraging organizational objectives through Talent Management
                  HR Strategy that boost morale and maintain talent
                  Creating the right organizational culture for developing and retaining talent

Speaker:      (a) Chris Osarunwense - General Manager Learning and Development Nigerian National
                   Petroleum Corporation
               (b) Liza Charlton, Founder & Director, Amadeus 15.



Day 3: Tuesday
7th July 2009
3.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Session 9
Topic:        Driving organizational change strategy through competency based learning &
              Development
                  Review of current economic environment
                  Driving organization change strategy
                  Learning and Development methods that enhances organizational needs, occupational
                    needs and personal needs
                  Learning and Development Strategy that drives performance and organisational
                    efficiency
                       Competency based learn & Development


Speaker:      (a) David Stringer – Senior Human Resource Consultant, The Management School, London

              (b) Chris Osarunwense - General Manager Learning and Development Nigerian National
                  Petroleum Corporation


Day 4: Wednesday
8th July 2009
8.30 am – 9.30 am
Session 10
Topic:        Reward management and Performance
                  Reward Environment
                  Organisational needs
                  Employee needs
                  HR strategy & Organisational strategy
                  Reward strategy objectives
                  Component of reward
                  Formulating reward strategy
                  Reward Management performance



Speaker:      Prof. Mike Bourne – Professor of Business Performance, Centre for Business Performance,
              School of Management, Cranfield University



9.30 – 10.00 am -       Networking Tea/Coffee Break


Day 4: Wednesday
8th July 2009
10.00 am – 11.30 am

Session 11:   Effective job appraisal:
                  Best practice for job appraisal
                  Reasons for appraisal – the objectives
                  Reviewing work plan
                  Agreeing success criteria
                  Training and development
                  Career development and reward
                  Required information for appraisal
                    Preparation for appraisal
                    The appraisal meeting
                    Action after the appraisal meeting
                    The cycle for appraisal

Speaker: (a) Chris Osarunwense - General Manager Learning and Development Nigerian National
              Petroleum Corporation

        (b) David Wolstenholme – Head of Executive Education & Development, the Management
             School London




Day 4: Wednesday
8th July 2009
11.30am – 1.00 pm
Session 12
Topic:        Coaching and Mentoring
                  Responsibility of line managers for urgent developing employees
                  The coaching models from preparation to feedback
                  The knowledge, attitude and skills for coaching
                  The employee and the importance of coaching process.
                  The questioning techniques
                  Best practice in coaching and mentoring


Speaker:      (a) Chris Osarenwense - General Manager Learning and Development Nigerian National
                  Petroleum Corporation

              (b) David Stringer - Senior International Management Consultant The Management School,

                  London


1.00pm – 2.00 pm – Networking Lunch
Day 4: Wednesday
8th July 2009
1.01 pm 3.30pm
Session 13

Topic:          Strategy for Succession Planning
                    The need for succession planning.
                    Skills & competencies: the organization needs.
                    The talent requirement of the organization
                    Examine succession, planning methods.
                    Strategy for succession planning


Speakers:       (a) Chris Osarenwense - General Manager Learning and Development Nigerian National
                    Petroleum Corporation

                (b) Edward Kwapong – General Manager, Human Resource, Ghana Commercial Bank.


8th July 2009
3.31pm – 4.30
Session 14

Topic           Psychometrics Test System in HR Management.

                      Range of ability and personality test in workplace
                      Test strategy, selection and development


Speakers:       (a) Chris Osarenwense - General Manager Learning and Development Nigerian National
                    Petroleum Corporation

                (b) David Stringer - Senior International Management Consultant The Management School,


4.31 – 5.00pm          Programme Review and Closing

Day 5 : Thursday
9th July 2009
8.30 am – 9.30 am


Kenya Safari - Tour of Kenya’s Tourist Attraction
Fee:
The course fee for the programme is £1950 (One Thousand Nine Hundred & Fifty Pounds Sterling) per
delegate. The fee covers as follows:
     Full participation in all sessions of the conference
     Free lunch, tea/coffee for three days
     Free CD containing all conference papers
     Free visit of Kenya tourist attraction
     Free directory of conference participants
     Free conference bag, jotter and pen
     Certificate of attendance

Visa:
All participants are advised to make early application for Visa to Kenya High Commission or embassy in their
Country.

Kenya is a tourist driven country and they welcome tourist to their country. Tourist from all over the world visit
Kenya for their Safari and visit of their wild life. To avoid the rush in summer, you are advised to make an early
application for visa.

BRITAIN                                                        GHANA
Magda Minnaar                                         Samuel Ayebeng
Clients Relations Executive                           Business Development Manager
The Management School, London                         or Martina Ngoh
Alperton House, Bridgewater Road                      Training & Development Manager
                                                      BEEC International Ghana
Wembley, London, Middlesex HAO IEH England            1st Brewery Road, HouseNo.D.623/3
Tel: 021271100/0242751317, +44(0)208 782 8990:        Adabraka Official Town, Accra, Ghana
Fax: +44(0)208 782 8991                               Tel: 0212371100, 0243344437, 0242751317
Email: exectraining@themanagementschool.com           Fax: 021271100
Website: www.themanagementschool.com                  Email: beecintgh@yahoo.com



DUBAI                                                          NIGERIA
Paul Francis                                          Julius Olumagin
TMS International                                     Business Education Examinations Council
112-443 Omar Bin Al-Khattab Road,                     13, Randle Road, Apapa
Office: 403, 4th Floor,                               P.O.Box 555014, Falomo, Ikoyi, Lagos
ALBARAHA, DEIRA, Dubai                                Tel: Walton: Abuja 08033993920; Julius: Lagos-
P. o. Box 184815, Dubai                               08035028859: Chima: Lagos- 08052782240, Bede: Lagos
Tel: 971-42723290, Mobile: +971-558960884             08034102910
Email: excelearning@tmsinternationaldubai.com         Email: 7944853@multilinks.com
Website: www.tmsinternationaldubai.com                7649895@multilinks.com
                                                      7913442@multilinks.com

                                                        Kenya:
                                   John Mramba, Representative BEEC International
                                      P. O. Box 42768 – 00100 GPO Nairobi, Kenya
                                            Tel: +254(0)202728072 (landline)
                                     +254(0)722344898, +254(0)733344898(mobile)
                                            Email: mramba@todaysonline.com
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