The Future of HR, Work & Technology: Where is it taking us?

This Summit is designed for senior HR Directors with a European and /or international remit to gather, network, learn, debate and to share best practices in a highly stimulating environment.

2015 Highlights included:

  • Keynote speeches from leading experts both within and outside the HR sphere, including Jos De Block, CEO & Founder of Buurtzorg, Matthew Syed, award winning journalist and former Olympian, Nic Marks, renowned TED speaker and bringer of happiness and Vlatka Hluplic, Westminster professor and author of the award winning new book “The Management Shift”
  • Three streams of content focusing on HR’s key issues, ranging from leadership development and employee engagement to the use of technology and the role of culture.
  • Over 40 speakers from world renowned companies including, Shell, Cisco, Eaton, Vodafone, Dow and Lego. Companies with sizes ranging from employees in the tens of thousands to employees in the hundreds, enabling us to address HR from the bottom up and the top down.
  • Over 150 HR Directors and senior business professionals from across European will be gathered under one roof.

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Attendee Feedback

It was a very useful event which offered a broad range of topics. — Head of Employer Branding, Merck KGaA

It was indeed a very valuable experience, please consider the feedback as ways to improve a conference that I would overall rate as very satisfying! The speakers were very willing to share their leanings, not only their best practices, which created the right atmosphere that did not only focus on bringing a ‘good news’ show. — Regulatory Advisor, Capsugel Belgium

A worthwhile event. I appreciated that many speakers focused on ideas and lessons that could be transferred to other companies, and I left with a handful of ideas that I am considering including in some way at my firm. — Director, Global Talent Management, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals

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