What should be on your mind?
Date(s) - 18th November 2020
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
The London HR Connection is delighted to invite you to join our next (free of charge) webinar at 4.30pm on Wednesday 18th November when we will be discussing what should be on the minds of HR professionals today with three senior business and thought leaders.
Dr Maggie Semple, OBE has asked this question of hundreds of HR professionals over the last few years. While some topics have changed there are three that appear time and time again but in different guises. Business transformation, agility and race are not new topics but the nuances of each and how they interact with each other is even more of a challenge today than ever before.
In this interactive session Maggie will frame the discussion with her own thoughts and experiences in conversation with two of the UK’s leading business figures, Luke Mayhew and Pamela Jones. You may agree or disagree with our speakers, but you will leave knowing more than when you joined!
Maggie is a thought-leader on agile frameworks, cultural change, diversity, inclusion and ethics with a particular emphasis on leadership development and governance. Maggie began advising governments in the 90s, has been a member of several high-profile UK Government and EU task groups and represented the UK in Greece and Hong Kong. She was Director of the Learning Experience at the Millennium Dome and a Civil Service Commissioner responsible for upholding the values of appointment on merit. She currently serves as a NED on a range of Boards and the University of Cambridge’s HR Committee, is a member of Queen’s Counsel Selection Panel and is a trustee at the Southbank Centre.
Maggie is a founder of the global consultancy firm, The Experience Corps (TEC), that provides strategic advice on facilitating agile approaches, business ethics, leadership, cultural change, organisational effectiveness, board development, women’s development and exploration of new markets.
Luke has many years’ experience of organisational transformation at board level and currently is a NED at InterContinental Hotels Group where he is leading the Voice of Employee journey and was previously Chair of the Remuneration Committee. He also Chairs the Finance Committee at the Southbank Centre and is a trustee of BBC Children in Need. Luke has spent time at Thomas Cook and was part of the HR leadership team in British Airways. He was 13 years a Director of John Lewis Partnership where he led a transformation of the John Lewis Department Stores business. Since then he has sat on multiple private equity and plc boards and charities and chaired the retail trade body.
Pamela is COO at the charity, Best Beginnings and the co-founder and Executive Director at Genesis Consultancy. Having worked for investment banks and brokerage houses globally for the last 25 years, she is passionate about representation within the financial services sector and works with organisations to build a robust ecosystem to support, mobilise and promote equality and diversity. Working with senior leaders and CEOs to ensure the equality imperative is part of the overall business and sustainability strategy.
She is an advocate and thought leader for the advancement, wellness and leadership of women and is passionate about the education and representation of the younger generation, with specific focus on black girls, and works with schools to organise mentoring, wellness, resilience and career aspirational events. Pamela is the current Chair of Women in Listed Derivatives London (WILD), was voted Financial Times Top 5 Female HERoes Future Leaders 2018 and Brummell’s Inspirational Women City Pioneer 2018.
Timing: 4.30pm – 6.00pm
Cost: free of charge.
The zoom link for the webinar will be sent one day in advance of the webinar and again one hour before.
This event has been very kindly sponsored by Marshall E-Learning, the leading provider of diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias online training – a London-based e-learning consultancy working globally.
Bookings are closed for this event.