About
Alongside monumental changes to the needs of the workplace, the needs of today’s employees are shifting too.

As the modern-day workplace continues to rapidly evolve and embrace a more conscious and employee-centric model, it is vital to create an employee experience that meets those needs. As a result, the adoption of formal recognition programs is on the rise – and without one your organisation will open itself to the risks of a fierce job market which shows no sign of waning.

Recognising employees and their needs may seem easy, but getting it right is much harder.

In our latest HR lunchtime debate, in partnership with Workhuman, we will look at why organisations are currently missing out on the benefits of recognition and the simple ways they can improve this.
It will explore:

• Strengthening the connection between recognition and wellbeing
• How to use recognition to better bind employees to company culture and the positive impact culture has on retention
• The best ways to recognise all employees, ensuring recognition remains authentic, equitable and personalised

To find out how you can make your employees feel connected, confident and cared about, sign up to our live HR Lunchtime Debate on Tuesday 2 August at 12:30pm.
When
Tue, Aug 2, 2022 · 12:30 PM London (GMT +1:00)
Presenters
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Jo Gallacher
Editor, HR Magazine
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Stuart Curtis
Senior Director, Global Talent Development
Bringing over 20 years’ experience of learning, performance and talent development within global organisations and passionate about putting the learner at the centre of all planning and experiences. Leveraging a blend of technologies and human connection to create a scalable, easy to access and personalised learner experience within an organisation.

As the person leading talent development in Workhuman for over 2 years Stuart is helping to support an incredibly exciting phase of growth for Workhuman while helping our humans develop during an extended work from home, change in ways of working globally and phenomena like the ‘great talent swap’
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Hayley Lewis
Founder, Halo Psychology
Hayley Lewis is an award-winning psychologist with more than 20 years’ experience in the field of organisational and business psychology.

She runs HR consultancy Halo Pyschology while working as a lecturer on postgraduate programmes at several UK universities.

Before starting her own business, she spent more than a decade in local government, during which time, she won national recognition for her work on leadership development and culture change. Prior to this, Lewis worked at the BBC where she was an organisational psychologist, supporting leadership development and executive assessment.
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Nebel Crowhurst
Vice president people, Into University Partnerships
Nebel Crowhurst joined global education provider Into University Partnerships in March 2022 after working as the people and culture director for healthcare organisation Roche UK, which was recognised as the top Best Big Company to Work for in 2021.

Crowhurst has worked on all manner of HR projects, including playing an active role in reverse mentoring programmes and serving as a trustee director for Roche UK’s healthcare and pension schemes. She has previously held HR roles at River Island and Virgin.

She is a non-executive director for Macmillan Cancer Support, a volunteer CIPD mentor, certified coach and workplace mediator.