HR Vision London will return on the 21-22 November 2018

Tech Tech Tech BOOM!

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Thank you to everyone who made HR Vision London such an exciting and thoughtful event.

This version of HR Vision looked at how HR can use technology such as AI, VR, IoT, robotics to make greater workplaces. The big question addressed was ‘how do we help enhance the human element in today’s digital age?’
We heard from tech heroes and internet start-ups at including Facebook, Google, Cisco, Airbnb and Reddit as well as super tankers Phillips, McDonald’s, PwC and DHL and some of the best of British like BBC, Interserve Plc, Wonga, TfL, Grant Thornton and BAE Systems.
We learnt that the four horsemen of the apocalypse are big data, AI, Blockchain and robotics.

Key takeaways:

  • Embrace disruption, embrace change, it’s ok to be in constant transition as long as you’re current.

    Failure is an option. We need to fail harder! Create a safe environment where risk taking is rewarded..

  • The future is a collaborative one. Give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.

    It takes ten thousand hours to truly master anything. Time spent leads to experience; experience leads to proficiency; the more proficient you are the more valuable you’ll be.

  • Inspiring Commitment, Leading Employees, Strategic Planning, and Change Management are considered to be the most important leadership skills of the future.

    Knowing you need to implement change and making that change isn’t enough, you need the desire to change behaviours.

  • View careers are adventures not paths!

    For a more detailed summary report courtesy of The Happiness Index, click here. And for 4 quick takeaways by Bradley Lang, Global Leadership Development Lead at Aegon, click here

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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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Get in touch if you’re someone with significant prowess and fantastic ideas to share and want to become a speaker. WE’d love to hear from you today

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  • Sharing Insights & Speaking                                                  

    To become a speaker, roundtable facilitator, chair a conference track, or you simply have some great content you’d like to share with our HR community, please contact:

    Lynne Martin
    +44 (0)20 7336 4600

  • Delegate Attendance & Partnerships

    If you wish to attend the event, please contact:             

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

  • SponsorING & PARTNERSHIP Opportunities

    To make the most of the commercial opportunities we have available, please contact:

    Manpreet Singh
    Sponsorship Sales Director
    +44 (0)20 7336 4600

  • Marketing & MEDIA Partnerships                           

    For all things marketing, or for any media partnerships and associations, please contact:                                      

    Olympia Nolan
    Marketing Executive
    +44 (0)20 7336 4600