International SummitReinventing HRTime for Mindful Contemplation
4-6 December 2019
Now running for the 8th year, the much anticipated Annual Reinventing HR Summit, will be held in London, 4-6 December 2019.
We passionately believe that it is the HR Leaders who have a key role to play in building strong, welcoming communities in a work place, being superlative coaches, brand builders and behavioural change experts.
However, as a senior HR it is often difficult to find time to reflect and refresh our practice, Day to day demands can mean that we just don’t have the chance to spend time with our peers and share our challenges and hopes. The Reinventing HR Summit is designed to provide a pause when we can think and regroup.
We will be discussing how we are likely to be affected by trends such as changing workforce demographics, the equalities agenda, sustainability and the continuing development of technology.
The event will include a mix of short presentations and discussion and be supplemented by time for personal mindful contemplation. It should best suit senior level, experienced HRs who can benefit from new perspectives on the role.
Jemima oversees delivering Sector Culture &amp; Engagement agenda plus HR communications framework, including infrastructure builds e.g. building film and design resource for Business Units.
She is a creative developer of multi-region strategic communications programs with twelve years' experience working both agency side and in-house for global consumer and digital brands, plus FMCG (prior to PepsiCo: Starbucks, Colgate-Palmolive, eHarmony.co.uk, Zoolpa.co.uk), alongside 2 years in national media at Daily Mail Group Trust.
With a degree in anthropology, Annabel began her career as a lumberjack’s assistant before becoming a ski guide and then a sailing instructor. She then joined the marketing team at Gulf Air, promoting the Gulf States as a tourism destination at the time of the first Gulf War. Annabel then joined Le Fevre Communications and cut her teeth on consumer and corporate clients handling PR campaigns for Anchor Foods, NatWest and BT. Annabel then became a TV presenter fronting The Biz on Six TV, the first regional TV station interviewing CEOs on the challenges and opportunities of doing business in Oxfordshire. In 2003 Annabel joined 3 Monkeys Communications and appointed MD three years later, overseeing growth of the award-winning top 50 PR consultancy to £7.1m revenues with 75 consultants. Annabel left the PR jungle launching Question &amp;amp; Retain (Q&amp;amp;R) - the Pulse Check company - in 2012 - measuring and managing the employee experience, client and membership satisfaction. Annabel has been a judge for PR Week and PRCA Awards and most recently for the UK Employee Experience Awards 2018.
Kim Atherton is Chief People Officer at OVO Energy. She started her career as an Occupational Psychologist consulting globally on projects including board composition, senior leader assessment/development and change management. She joined OVO in 2012 when the company were 100 people strong and has overseen growth to 1,600 employees, taking the company from 172nd to 20th in the Sunday Times Best Places to Work.
David Allen has over 25 years experience in Management, Leadership and Business Development as a trainer, coach and consultant working with leading Organisations in both the private and public sector in the UK, Europe and Middle East.
He specialises in designing and delivering inspiring programmes that are focused on personal and professional performance improvement. In particular David is dedicated to finding ways of practically and effectively transferring learning back into the working environment.
David has a degree in Business and Psychology and is a fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, the UK’s largest provider of accredited Management Development Programmes.
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