Having taken the decision to retire from track and field at just 28-years-old, Jack Green is committed to making a difference to wellbeing in the corporate world. He's passionate about working with businesses to create cultures where employees can perform at their best. Jack discusses the impact of success on his own mental health journey. He offers advice and guidance for businesses looking to implement changes and get the most from their employees. Here's Jack's story.
Daniel Hulme is on a mission to change the world of business with AI and emerging technologies. An esteemed educator, his work continues to drive business optimisation, performance and efficiency. Daniel shares his views on much debated topic of bias and AI, and clears up confusion around what AI is and isn't. He also discusses the impact of AI on the future of work. Will companies even exist? Here are Daniel's thoughts.
Shereen Daniels is on a mission to tackle racial inequality in business. She's passionate about empowerment and through her work as MD at HR rewired, everything she does is about being an advocate for racial justice. A true inspiration, Shereen is committed to making a difference for Black employees on a global scale. Just how far have we come in tackling racism in the workplace? Who should be leading the anti-racism agenda? And why should we focus on equity and not equality? Shereen shares her thoughts.
Experienced Chief People Officer, Dr. Barbara Zesik, has a lot of wisdom to share. Having led numerous successful business transformation and company culture projects, Barbara's thoughts on the impact of recent events on the HR profession provide plenty of food for thought. She gave us her views on where the people function needs to improve, especially when it comes to taking a lead on mental health and driving business strategy.
I had the pleasure of speaking to hiring heavyweight Hung Lee. A leading figure in talent, few are held in higher regard than the editor of leading industry newsletter, Recruiting Brainfood. Hung shares his thoughts on how to grow personal brand, the future of recruiting, and whether remote working signals the end of company culture and employer brand as we know it.
I had the pleasure of speaking to Pip Penfold, CEO and Co-founder of People Collider. Pip is passionate about all things tech and making sure that HR professionals are equipped with all the skills they need to lead in the digital economy. Pip shares her views on the impact of technology on HR, what the profession needs to do in order to ensure it remains relevant, and how to maximise the opportunities digital technologies present.
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