DisruptHR London 5.0 Speakers Announced!

July 11, 2017  |  Posted by in Speaker Announcements
 

DisruptHR London (UK) will be held on September 7, 2017 at The Counting House, and we’re excited to announce an awesome lineup of speakers for their fifth DisruptHR event!

DisruptHR London 5.0 Speakers

Amanda Arrowsmith – Interim HRD 

“Let’s Stay Together – Loving Employees At All Stages of Their Careers”

Glenn Elliott – Founder & CEO at Reward Gateway

“Wouldn’t Work Be Better If We All Stopped Lying?”

Adam Gordon – Co-founder at CandidateID

Why Your Employer Brand Reaches Less Than 20% Of People

Hilary Moir – HR Consultant at People Fuel

“Career Anchors: The Driving Force Around Why We Do What We Do”

Karina Brown – Co-Founder at GroHappy

“Sod The High Performers, They’re Doing Fine!”

Nicola Texeira – Talent Acquisition at MSD

“Turning Diversity on Its Head!”

Kelly Swingler – Managing People & Change Consultant at Chrysalis Consulting

“I’m a HR Professional, Please Forgive Me!”

James Poletyllo – Head of People Development at Fuller, Smith & Turner

“Is Your Business a Stroppy Teenager?”

Janette Lucas – Partner, Labour & Employment at Squire Patton Boggs

“What We Employment Lawyers Actually Do”

Kelly Hartmann – Global Chief People Officer at Kambi 

“Don’t Say You Want to Be a Disruptor When All You Want is Yes People! Instead Embrace Individual Uniqueness, You’ll Get Much Better Results”

Phil Marsland – Leadership & HR Consultancy and Head of HR at Mitrefinch

“Challenging Traditional HR Thinking”

Raúl Monroig Ruiz – Director Human Resources at Bristol Myers Squibb, Spain

“HR in the Time Of Homo Deus”

Andrew Gadomski – Founder of Aspen Advisors

“Should HR Really Care About Candidate Experience?”

Congratulations to DisruptHR London organizer Katrina Collier– Founder of The Searchologist for selecting such a great group of speakers for the fifth DisruptHR London event!

Thanks to DisruptHR London 5.0 Sponsors

 
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