Connect, Engage, Grow – Building the Human Centric Workplace
Date(s) - 23rd November 2022
6:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Kings College London
The London HR Connection is delighted to invite you along to our next live and ‘in person’ networking event that is being kindly sponsored by Enboarder.
As well as the chance to meet and network face to face over a glass or two of wine and something to eat, we are delighted to say that we will hear from HR industry leaders as they debate and discuss how best to build a human centric workplace.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” said Peter Drucker. No matter how well-designed your strategic plan is or how impressive your solutions are, all of it will fall flat without the right culture and connections amongst your team members. At the end of the day, the people who implement the plan matter.
This is why smart companies build human-centric organisations. By creating better human connection at every step of the employee journey – before the first day, following a departure, or anywhere in between – you invite engagement and build alignment.
Join this insightful, interactive forum to learn how to connect, engage and grow your people. You’ll leave better equipped to stand the challenging times of the current economic climate.
Our panel of expert speakers will include Bee Heller, Co-Founder at The Pioneers, Katrina Hutchinson-O’Neil, CEO of Join Talent, Chris Jones, Acting Global Head of Customer Success at Enboarder and Esohe Osula, Senior Recruitment Business Partner at Howden Group Holdings and Aaron Doyle, Sr. HR Manager, Sendoso.
Venue: Kings College London, Bush House, 30 Aldwych WC2B 4BG
Cost: £40 + vat per person for ALL attendees which will include, presentation, networking and delicious food and drinks. London HR Connection is a not for profit organisation and relies heavily on the support of our sponsors.
6.15pm – 6.45pm Registrations, drinks and informal chat
6.45pm – 7.45pm Presentation
7.45pm – 8.30pm Drinks, food and informal chat
With grateful thanks to our hosts for the evening Kings College London.
Bookings are closed for this event.