Wednesday 28 February

Soft Skills Workshop 1 – Attracting, Recruiting, and Retaining Talent

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Date and time

Start: Wednesday 28 February 2024, 09:00 AM

End: Wednesday 28 February 2024, 05:00 PM


CIPA, Viaro House, 20-23 Holborn, London, EC1N 2JD

Event Overview

This event has been postponed, new date will be confirmed shortly.


During this engaging one-day in person workshop, we will explore how to map the required attributes across skill, attitude, and knowledge, where your ideal applicants are, how to attract them to your vacancy, how to filter applicants to find the talent, how to interview, and then how to engage across their first 100 days in post.



This practical workshop is part of the new CIPA Soft Skills Series, and delivered by experienced trainers who have worked with people in professional services for many years.

Please note that this event requires a minimum number of 10 to go ahead. If the minimum number is not met, we reserve the right to cancel or postpone the event.



Dominic Keohane, Innate Change

Dominic Keohane, Innate Change

As a leader with a career spanning over 30 years, I have worked in senior operational and strategic positions and as a global consultant with expertise in culture and leadership development. The blend of experience in operational delivery with the skill and knowledge required to consult, assess, and design solutions has put me in a great position to support professionals who find themselves leading and managing others. I recognise how one can develop the technical skills required to be a great professional within delivery and how that success in that profession can mean that one finds themselves managing and leading others, which is often a new and different skill set. The learning we design and facilitate is people-centric; it is designed to equip you with the knowledge required to become an inspiring and effective manager, the tools to deploy, and the confidence to deploy those tools to greater effect. Ultimately enabling you, as a business owner or manager, to attract, motivate, retain, and develop great talent.

Gemma Rabbini

Gemma Rabbini

Throughout a wonderful and varied 17-year career, I’ve always been in the business of ‘impact’: leading teams across recruitment, marketing communications, training, employee experience, as well as coaching and facilitation. I’m most at home supporting leaders to lead authentically, giving them the tools and confidence to inspire others from a place of inner calm and self-belief. I enjoy language and using communication structures to influence and shape our engagement with others. Having been in many leadership roles over my career, I appreciate the pressures the role brings and the big ‘L’ that many people perceive ‘leadership’ to have, with the conflicts and implicit challenges this can bring. I’m an enthusiastic and passionate facilitator of growth, and my favourite days are when people leave the room feeling uplifted, hopeful, and curious about the significantly positive impact they could have on others, themselves, and their businesses. Through our training, leaders have the tools, perspective, and confidence to be the best leaders they can be—to grow and retain their talent, attract the very best people, and motivate their teams to succeed.

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