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An HR revolution: The era of people-empowerment

For this webinar we were joined by Advisor Plus and the Empowering People Group for a dynamic discussion about people-first strategies.

Many organisations believe they are putting their people first when designing their HR strategies but we challenge some common misconceptions – and also look at how in a post pandemic world HR can now be positioned as at the heart of business success.

Watch the recording to learn:

  • What a successful people-empowered business transformation looks like
  • How organisations can empower managers to nurture the emotional commitment employees have with the organisation
  • How implementing contemporary policies can engage your workforce
  • How other organisations are putting technology to work where it enables people to be more human



When is it?

Date: Wednesday 19th October 2022

Time: 9:00 am

Location: Online - On Demand

Meet the speakers:
Emma Leonis, Executive Director - HR Transformation, LACE Partners

Emma is Client Executive Director of HR transformation at LACE Partners, a boutique UK HR consulting firm. She works with HR leadership teams to develop their people strategies and optimise their service delivery models, with employee experience increasingly at the heart of the discussion. In addition to project delivery, Emma is also responsible for supporting LACE’s growth strategy and leads their thought leadership into the future of HR.

Yvonne Wilcock, CEO Empowering People Group - AdviserPlus

Yvonne is an HR expert with extensive experience having held several HR Director roles in large blue-chip organisations. She is passionate in her belief that HR can best serve the business by creating a positive and inclusive culture with engaged people who are focussed on creating value for the organisation.

Clare Cowan, Commercial Director - Working Transitions

Clare is an experienced senior leader with a considerable track record of developing successful and collaborative relationships. She has a deep understanding of the challenges and sensitivities faced by organisations during workplace change and a consultative style ensures open, trusting and long-standing partnerships are formed and tailored solutions presented. She's passionate about people development and the real difference a coaching approach can make to both to individuals at key points in their career together with many wider business benefits.

Ginny Hallam, Director - Halborns Limited

Ginny is a director of Halborns and an experienced adviser in respect of all employment law matters. Ginny's approach is extremely professional but personable. She also delivers straight-talking, solutions based advice.

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