People Management and Development Conference

We are super excited to be able to host our first full day People Management and Development Conference on 3rd December 2021, from 9.00am to 3.00pm at Kettering Park Hotel.

With an incredible line up of speakers, a delicious lunch and post conference networking opportunities in the bar at the hotel, this is a day you will not want to miss!

Tickets are available via the button below and thanks to our incredible event sponsors, are priced at only £50 + VAT! (Payment for Conference tickets will be taken via a one-off instant payment from your bank account.)

However, if you are one of our clients, we have a special offer for you so give us a call or drop us an email!

Guest speakers

Graham Irons – Partner Howes Percival, Employment Law

Graham provides advice to clients in both the private and public sectors and has been recognised in the Legal 500 as being “very responsive”, having “a deep knowledge of UK employment law” and providing “practical and creative advice”.  He is a regular speaker at a range of events and has a reputation for delivering fun and practical seminars and training.

In his session he will be sharing some of the cases and trends their employment team have seen in 2021 and what he thinks 2022 will hold for employers.

Paul McGregor – Everymind at Work

After losing his beloved Dad to suicide 10 years ago, Paul has dedicated his life work to revolutionise mental health in the workplace.  We have known Paul for a few years now and super proud to be working alongside Everymind with our Mental Health Champions network.  We also provide the Everymind App to our team and highly recommend it to others.

In Paul’s session he will share his story and how he continues to work to remove workplace stigma in relation to mental health.

Jonathan Broom-Edwards – Paralympian, Public Speaker, Ambassador and Therapist

Fresh from his gold medal winning Paralympian victory in September this year, Jonathan will be joining us to share his experience and learnings that enabled him to achieve this incredible feat.

His story is even more remarkable considering he only returned to competing in 2019, following a potentially career ending injury in 2018 when he fully ruptured the Achilles tendon in his talipes leg.

Event sponsors

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