The Northamptonshire Branch of the CIPD Annual Conference – The Future of Work takes place in Northampton on 6th February 2018. Katie is presenting on the future ethical challenges facing organisations as they strive to provide meaningful work for their employees.
The annual Meaning conference takes place again in Brighton on 16th November 2017.
Human Relations 70th Anniversary Workshop, London, 10th October: together with Dr Amanda Shantz of Trinity College Dublin, Katie is presenting a talk on how research on purposeful leadership can influence practice.
Katie is running a round-table workshop at the conference, focusing on the line manager’s role in creating and sustaining meaningful work.
Taster workshop on meaningful work, London, 21 September
Michelle and Katie are running a taster workshop on meaningful work in London for senior HR professionals. Places are strictly limited. If you would like to attend please contact Katie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or sign up via Eventbrite here
On 14th September, Katie is speaking on ‘The Future of Work is Ethical’ at the CIPD Sussex Branch conference. She will be discussing the findings of her recent research on Purposeful and Ethical Leadership, which is due to be published by the CIPD in June.
The University of Sussex is delighted to welcome Professor Marjo Lips-Wiersma who will be presenting on Meaningful Work at the University on Tuesday, 12th September at 1.00pm. If you would like to attend please contact Katie.
Katie is leading a workshop on how to create a working environment that fosters meaningfulness.
Jelf Group, Bristol, 29th June 2017
Katie is presenting on meaningful work at a seminar for Jelf Group clients at Bristol.
Natasha Slutskaya and Katie Bailey are organising an academic workshop focusing on critical perspectives on meaningful work at Goodenough College, London, 21st June.
University of Sussex, 12th June 2017
Katie is presenting on meaningful work at the annual University Library Staff conference.
British Academy of Management HRM Special Interest Group Conference, 7th June 2017
Invited keynote address on the impact of uncertainty on HRM.
Royal Holloway, London ‘New Frontiers in the Management of Work’ Conference, 6th June 2017
Invited speaker on meaningful work.
Man Bites Dog, Brighton, 3rd April 2017
Together with Michelle Brailsford, Katie is running a workshop on how to help employees find meaning in their work for senior staff and managers at the award-winning Brighton-based B2B agency.
Jelf Group/Marsh, London, 23rd March 2017
Katie is presenting to Marsh’s client group at their Tower Bridge offices.
CIPD Surrey and North Hampshire Branch Presentation, Guildford, 1st February 2017
Katie is presenting on meaningful work to the Surrey branch of the CIPD in February.
Centre for Research on Management and Employment, Brighton University, Christmas Lecture 14th December
Katie has been invited to present the Christmas Lecture for CROME at Brighton University. The talk is entitled ‘What is Meaningful Work and How do We Find it?’.
Institute for Employment Studies Workshop Meaningfulness at Work, London, 13th December
Katie is presenting at the IES workshop on meaningfulness in London.
2nd Symposium on Meaningful Work, AUT New Zealand, Auckland, 1-2 December 2016
Katie is co-organiser of the 2nd Symposium on Meaningful Work in Auckland 1-2 December 2016, together with Marjo Lips-Wiersma (AUT, main organiser), Adrian Madden (University of Greenwich), Ruth Yeoman and Marc Thomson (Oxford University), and Neal Chalofsky (George Washington University). Katie is presenting the keynote address at the conference, ‘A Crisis of Meaning?’ and is also presenting a paper written together with Adrian Madden on the importance of recognition in meaningful work.
The symposium is the second in a series that started last year with an event at Oxford University.
Meaning Conference Workshop November 2016
Katie ran a workshop on Meaningful Work at the 2016 Meaning conference held in Brighton on 17th November 2016
At the workshop, delegates were introduced to the five surprising attributes of meaningful work, and the seven deadly sins committed by employers that destroy meaningful work. Together, the delegates worked on designing the features of a Meaningful Work Ecosystem that would foster an environment where employees could find meaning in their work.