CIPD and Alliance MBS bring you the next in the series of our HR Issues Forum: HR - seat on the board
Alliance Manchester Business School and CIPD Manchester are collaborating to bring HR professionals an opportunity to come together and connect with issues they face in an open and honest way
- Event Time
- 13 Sep 08:00 - 13 Sep 10:30
- Event Location
- Eversheds, Eversheds House, 70 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester, M1 5ES
- Event Type
13th September 2017, 09:00 - 11:30
HR Issues Forum launched in 2015 to provide a safe environment for the HR community to discuss problems and to share their views, perspectives and thoughts to find the right solutions to their organisations.
The Forum meets four times a year and the next one will look at the topic of getting a Human Resource seat on the board and what will you add to the conversation when you are there.
Dil Sidhu, CEO Alliance MBS and Sharon De Mascia, Director of Cognoscenti Business Psychologists and Chair of the CIPD Manchester Branch, will be leading what is likely to be a lively discussion around the topic of getting a Human Resource seat on the board and what will you add to the conversation when you are there.
They will be joined by two speakers: Susan Yell, HR Director, Warburtons Ltd. and Alyson Fadil, People Director, Missguided who will share their own experiences with the Forum.
Sue is a UK HR Leader with over 25 years’ experience. She currently operates as HR Director for Warburtons Ltd., where she is responsible for the development and delivery of the People Management Strategy.
Alyson is the People Director for Missguided, joining the organisation in April 2017. Her role is to deliver a people proposition that enables huge growth both in the UK and Internationally.
Throughout the event, there are many opportunities to meet like-minded professionals, talk about your challenges and share ideas, giving you time to reflect away from your normal environment. Each forum brings together a lively mix of individuals from different sectors meaning that everyone taking part will come away with new ideas and a fresh approach to tackling the issues they face.