HR’s virtuous networking circle, where sharing ideas leads to inspired change

22-23 November 2017


HR Vision London will attack the UK’s biggest challenges and look at how digitisation, AI, machine learning and a host of other disruptive technologies are profoundly changing the way we work, the role of HR, and will discuss how HR can prepare for it.

We live in a 24/7 world where we are always on and connected to devices.
The pace of living is faster than at any other era previously. UK employers are losing over £30 billion a year due to mental health, as the work-life boundaries become increasingly blurred.
According to McKinsey, a fifth of companies are using a business model doomed to fail in the next 5 years.

Robots are expected to take a third of British jobs by 2030.

Accountants, bankers and finance professionals will be replaced by blockchain.

The impact of the changes coming into play will eclipse anything born out of Brexit.

HR Vision Uniquely Delivers 4 Outstanding Principles:

  • 01.

    Top notch speakers: energising, engaging, inspirational, or simply best-in-class acts. People you won’t find doing the rounds on the HR Conference circuit.

  • 02.

    Suppliers who have the expertise and most up-to-date solutions to help you, especially if you’re in the buying phase, or leveraging support from external partners.

  • 03.

    Meaningful networking with people on your level and suppliers who are enablers of the HR function.

  • 04.

    And last, but not least… A totally fun experience with memorable

Conference Themes

  1. Business context and what this means for HR – the reinvention of HR
  2. HR as the guardian of company culture and performance
  3. Talent, Talent, Talent
  4. 20th Century HR function in a 21st Century business
  5. Globalisation and the great demographic shift

Confirmed Speakers for 2017

Andy Longley, Director Talent Partnering, adidas

Stephanie Fastre, Innovation and Creativity Programmes Lead, Google

Lorenzo Giliomee, Head of Learning and Development, O2

Paula Coughlan, Chief People Strategy Officer, McDonald’s

Doug Scott, Leader, Executive Leadership, GE

David Power, CTO, Wonga

Alexandra Bode-Tunji, Programme Lead for People Transformation, Transport for London

Fiona Mullan, Head of HR International, Facebook

Ehab Hafez, Talent Acquisition Solutions CoE Lead, Asia Middle East & North Africa, Pepsico

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  • Sharing Insights & Speaking

    To become a speaker, moderator, roundtable facilitator or to share content, or write a blog post for us contact:

    Anisa Cousin
    +44 (0)20 7336 4600

  • Delegate AttendancE & MEDIA PARTNERSHIPS

    If you wish to secure your place, register online now, or for any media partnership enquiries, please contact:

    Karolis Petrauskas
    HR Projects Owner – Global Fortune 500
    +44 (0)7404 999 005

  • Sponsorship Opportunities

    To make the most of the commercial opportunities available at HR Vision please contact:

    Anisa Cousin

    +44 (0)20 7336 4600