If there’s one thing for certain no one, nor all the people analytics in the world, can predict what the future holds. Especially in the event of global pandemic.

However, sharpened focus on health and wellbeing, a drive for better diversity and inclusion efforts, work in a hybrid world and generally pulling people closer to the centre of an organisation, hints at some of the biggest trends HR will be addressing for many years to come.

How critical will technology be in helping HR achieve its goals? How will the need for a ‘human-touch’ push back? And is a world where employees call the shots here to stay?

As the world of work is ever evolving, it is important to take stock of where HR is likely to concentrate its resources in 2022 and beyond.

Join us on this webinar to hear how our expert panel see future workplace trends evolving and where to prioritise budget and resources in the year ahead.

The panel discussion will cover:

• HR’s top challenges and priorities for 2022
• Practical steps to prepare for success
• What the future looks like in terms of employee culture, experience, and engagement
Jon Maddison
Managing Director EMEA - Achievers
At Achievers Maddison is responsible for heading the team and the services provide to customers across business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

He has more than a decade of experience leading successful Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) businesses, holding key leadership roles in prominent software organisations including NGA HR, SmartFocus, Lyris and Epsilon.

He holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Surrey and an MBA with distinction from the University of Bath. Outside of work, he likes to spend his valuable spare team with his young family and keeping active through cycling.
Amina Folarin
Global Chief People & Inclusion Officer, Oliver and Inside Ideas Group
At marketing agency Oliver and media company Inside Ideas Group, Folarin oversees the global people function covering 3,500 colleagues for 200+ clients across 46 countries.

Folarin was recently listed in the BIMA 100; the 100 most influential people in the digital and technology space, and her team was responsible for helping the business become the #40 Best Large Companies to work for and #6 Best Agencies to work for in the UK on The Sunday Times 100 list.

She has led the HR function at Oliver for the past five years and was an integral part of the company's rapid expansion, helping open offices in 27 countries around the globe. A true Champion for Change in the industry, she is committed to safeguarding the physical and mental health of thousands of staff. She has also trained over 40 Changemakers who work with the Global Leadership Team to hold them accountable for creating an inclusive workforce.
Jo Pick
People Director, Wincanton Operations
Pick is people director at Wincanton Operations a logistics company based across the UK and Ireland. In her role, Pick leads a team of circa 180 HR professionals who support the 19,500 Wincanton colleagues, recruiting, developing and retaining great talent in the business and leading on the wellbeing and engagement agendas.

With experience in operations, she and has spent over 20 years in various HR roles, latterly working as HR director in both the food industry and healthcare at Greencore and Johnson & Johnson.

She has a strong generalist and business partnering background, undertaking a number of transformational change initiatives including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and technology implementations.
Robert Bolton
Head of People & Change Global Centre of Excellence, KPMG
Bolton has over 20 years of experience advising clients on people and change projects. He is partner and leader of KPMG’s global People & Change Centre of Excellence, a strategic investment aimed at bringing world class solutions to KPMG’s global clients, helping them to develop strategically differentiated HR functions that can prove the value they bring to the business.

Bolton leads KPMG’s solution for the people impacts associated with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and represents the organisation on the All Party Parliamentary Group on AI.

He has developed thought leadership and research on a range of people and organisation topics including the future of work.
Jo Gallacher
Editor - HR magazine
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