14 january 15:30–16:15
Expert Discussion


 Matrix Studio
Languages: Russian, English
Alexey Kolesnikov, Deputy Director of Graduate School of Public Administration, RANEPA
Tatyana Dyakonova, Director of the Department of Personnel Policy and Personnel Development of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Aleksandr Orekhov, Deputy Head, Presidential Civil Service and Personnel Directorate
Roman Starovoyt, Governor of Kursk Region
Julia Tsvetkova, HR Director, State Corporation "Rostec"
Valeriy Sherin, First Deputy Governor - Chairman of the Government of the Tula Region
Over the past years, the government has increasingly turned to attracting qualified managers, including from business. This is due both to the general shortage of highly qualified leading personnel in the country and to the change in management processes within the government itself. The issues of competitiveness of government agencies in the labor market, the formation of their HR brand, and the creation of conditions for attracting and retaining personnel are now of the essence. To address these issues, various tools are used - from organizing management competitions and implementing educational projects for the reproduction of management personnel to contacting recruitment agencies.

Issues for discussion:
• Do government agencies need their own recruiting agencies?
• How to create a real "player’s bench" in a government agency?
• Management personnel for civil service from business
• The civil service’s HR-brand: how to attract and keep an experienced manager