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Events

myHRparty's are back! Check out our upcoming events below

myHRevents bring you the most cutting edge, fun & informal events in the HR community. Throughout the year we host fun-filled informal evenings where the wine and conversation just keeps flowing.

Hear expert advice from top industry leaders and mix with peers and employers from across the industry to share ideas, skills and connections. You never know who you’ll meet at these fantastic Networking Parties and you’re guaranteed to have a good time.

We also have events from our sponsor, Veran Performance that you can register for below. 

  • Mind the Gap Episode 08 The Business Case for Compassion
    Thu, 25 Aug
    Webinar
    In this episode we are joined by Leadership Coach, Karen Skehel. Karen Skehel has helped hundreds of clients in many different sectors with many leadership, business & personal challenges to achieve their individual versions of wellbeing and success. All her work had a Compassion focused dimension.
  • Hybrid working in Financial Services; one year on
    Wed, 21 Sept
    London - TBD
    Interactive in-person panel session for HR and compliance professionals working in financial services. How our peers in financial services are managing hybrid working, focusing on key pressures such as culture, conduct, conduct rule breaches, training and monitoring, and talent and retention.

Whether you’re a leading HR Director, or a HR student looking to find out more, you’ll meet people with fresh ideas, advice and experiences that will inspire you.


Don’t take our word for it though. See for yourself in the video below, then scroll through our events calendar to sign up for the next event near you!

"A stroke of sheer genius to realise that those starting out in the profession are looking for a format that meets their need for networking, inspiration and informality.

 

We all know that the generations of the future will work in very different ways to us old codgers and it’s a delight to see a network that understands and is responding to that".

Siobhan Sheridan, Chief People Officer at Financial Conduct Authority

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