EPIC Speaking

Picture3I’ve been pleased to present at conferences and events on a range of topics for a variety of organisations and events organisers.  If you’d like to book me to speak at your event, let me know.

Recent speaking engagements have included:

– Improving employee attendance and tackling absence
– Process improvement in organisations
– Building an effective and award winning HR team
– Managing a job evaluation project
– Tackling worklessness
– Employee engagement
– Using social media in HR
– Why HR should move away from rigid policies and procedures
– Amazing Workplaces
– Equality and Diversity in SMEs
– The role of HR in mergers and acquisitions
– The future of work and HR
– Being a modern learning professional
– How to get internal communications working to improve employee engagement
– The role of health and wellbeing in promoting individual and organisational effectiveness
– How to achieve work/life balance
– Being a working parent
– Building a holistic employee experience and an amazing workplace
– Successful Digital Transformation
– Change Management
– Implementing coaching and mentoring
– Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning
– Leadership Development

I did an Ignite talk at #CIPDNAP16 in poem form, and this went down so well I was asked to record it:

I did another Ignite talk at #CIPDNAP17 also in poem form, and this was recorded live:

I did another Ignite talk about #DisruptHRMcr again in poem form, and this was also recorded live:

I was the only person to speak at the first three #DisruptHRMcr events and here was my third talk on the subject of Choice:

And I also did another rhyming Ignite, on being a Modern Learning Professional at #cipdLDShow in April 2018, and here’s the video I recorded of this:

I spoke at an HR Magazine event on policies and procedures to get rid of called HR Room 101:

I co presented the first Employee Experience festival at SuccessFactory and here’s a video with snippets from the day:

I also contributed to an ICS Learn video advising those starting out in their HR career how best to progress to senior roles:

And whilst not strictly (sic) speaking, but still performing, I starred in a Strictly Come Dancing charity event in 2013 for St.Rocco’s Hospice, Warrington, and came 3rd (robbed, we were):