Organisations are having to shift their focus from growth post-pandemic to cost control to protect against the predicted economic downturn and crippling inflation rates.

As organisations switch their priorities from long-term investments to business-critical short term opportunities, it’s possible HR budget cuts may be on the way.

This is despite extensive evidence demonstrating the impact that employee engagement and positive cultures have on productivity and overall business success.

The HR profession did not go through the pandemic, a staffing crisis and Brexit pressures only for it to have its influence weaned.

This webinar, in partnership with people success platform Lattice, will help HR to create a battlecard for protecting its initiatives during economic crisis.

It will explore:
-The business case for a people-first approach during financial downturns
-Aligning key HR principles with a changing business strategy
-How HR can continue to engage employees when there are fewer promotions and pay rises available
Seth Kramer
head of EMEA, Lattice
Kramer is passionate about making work meaningful and creating people-centric cultures, while also helping others to exceed personal growth and development goals. Prior to Lattice, Kramer held several senior sales roles at organisations including SurveyMonkey and Eventbrite. He is a committed start up advisor, consultant and angel investor.
Jo Gallacher
Michelle Reid
people and operations director, Institute of Occupational Medicine
Reid has over 25 years’ HR experience in retail, hospitality, and consultancy. Throughout her career, Reid has developed countless workplace programmes and processes to improve efficiency, competitive positioning and profitability.

She joined IOM at the start of 2018 as HR Manager and within two years was promoted to people and operations director where she leads not only the people function but also business support, marketing, facilities, operational governance and the workplace protection consultancy team.

As a member of the board of management, she works in partnership with business leaders and teams to drive transformational change, positive employee engagement, leadership and talent development, effective and profitable systems of work and internal communications. Her ultimate purpose is to unleash the value of people to realise commercial success.

Paul Taylor-Pitt
Founder and creative change consultant, Metamorphosish
Paul Taylor-Pitt is an organisational development (OD) expert and is proud to be part of a worldwide community of practice that helps people and organisations transform.
He has held numerous roles within the NHS and NHS Employers, and created Do OD, an organisational development resource for the NHS that helps OD professionals to connect, share, learn and grow.
Taylor-Pitt founded consultancy Metamorphosish in 2022 and is a member of LGBT+ advisory board We Create Space.
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