Tate Events

Tate regularly hosts seminars around a variety of topics, aimed at educating our clients about relevant workplace issues.

Our seminars are delivered by Russell Beck, Head of Consulting at Impellam. Russell brings an unrivalled level of passion and insight to everything he does. Highly qualified and with an unrivalled depth of experience across industries and geographies, he thinks differently, challenges norms and envisages better ways of working.

If you are interested in learning more please contact Russell Beck - Head of Consulting, Impellam Group

If you would like to book a place at one of our seminars, contact your local branch.

2016 Seminars

15th November, Brighton, on 'Candidate Experience'
16th November, Reading, on 'Future Proofing'
17th November, St Albans, on 'Future Proofing'
22nd November, Cambridge, on 'Attrition and Motivation'
30th November, Epsom & Dorking, on 'Generation Game'
1st December, Manchester, on 'Attrition and Motivation'
6th December, Exeter, on 'Generation Game'

AN EXCELLENT AND WELL RUN EVENT. INTERESTING FROM THE VERY START AND I WAS INTERESTED TO HEAR THE HISTORY OF TATE FROM THE MD.

from Employee Engagement 

Russell Beck is brilliant! Keeps you interested throughout! Content interesting and I feel like I have learnt something I can apply to my day to day job. I definitely want to come to the next one.

from Candidate Experience

Download our seminar whitepapers here.

Future Proofing: 2020 Vision - Businesses and work as we know it will change significantly over the next 5 years, so what will happen and how can we future proof our businesses and our careers?

Attrition and Motivation - Collectively we spend a fortune on attracting, selecting and hiring staff but often, the costs of attrition dwarf the costs of attraction.

Candidate Experience - Research shows that poor candidate experience will have an impact on both your future ability to hire talent and indeed your future customer base.

Employee Engagement - Engagement is a term we all know but few can really define it, so what is it all about, and so what?  

Generation Game - There are already four generations in the workplace, and soon to be five. What are the Generations, what are their differences, how do they view work and what do they each value in work?