About
Languishing was described by the New York Times as the dominant emotion of 2021. It describes a state in which people are neither depressed nor thriving, and accurately reflects some of the concerns employees now have about their careers since the pandemic.

After having gone through such drastic changes in the last 18 months, it’s to be expected that employees may want to take stock of their skills and potentially consider a role change.

If HR does not address this attitude change, it could be faced with the cost of either losing valuable talent or picking organisations up from a drop in productivity.

But it needn’t be this way. HR and managers can help employees to rediscover their potential and reinvigorate their careers – whilst also uncovering opportunities to support the organisation’s vision for the future – they just need to know where to look.

By helping languishing employees find their strengths, HR can bring fresh skills to areas of an organisation people might not have considered before. With a new understanding in their own capabilities, talent will thrive and business will gain as a result.

This webinar will look at how to unlock and identify potential in a way that benefits both employer and employees.

Panellists will discuss:

• Understanding potential and how to use data to explore individual’s skills
• The tools HR needs to identify employee strengths
• How to align employee talent data with business strategy reinvigorate their career
When
Mon, Sep 13, 2021 · 12:30 PM London (GMT 1:00)
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Presenters
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Teri Ellison
Chief Human Resources Officer - SHL
Ellison is a global HR leader with experience at both corporate and divisional levels, building and delivering a people agenda that supports the commercial strategy. With experience across the whole HR portfolio, ER, leadership, total rewards, operations and coaching and mentoring and with a passion for transformation change.

Within SHL she impacts both the organisation and the products it brings to market. As a trusted advisor she works with the business focusing on leadership, management development, succession planning, talent management, performance management, global functions effectiveness, organisation design, M&A integration and HR services and solutions design and delivery.
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Beau Jackson
Deputy Editor - HR Magazine
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Ruth Cornish
Co-founder and director – HRi and Amelore
Cornish is co-founder and director of HRi, the UK body for independent HR and people professionals, providing support, development and a voice for external HR and people consultancy businesses. Through Amelore she provides HR and payroll support to scale ups such as notonthehighstreet.com, Monica Vinader and Ankorstore and consultancy services to the clients of Mazars.

Cornish has a background in financial services, professional services and the public sector, is regular guest on BBC Radio Gloucestershire and writer as a guest HR expert for The Guardian. She is passionate advocate for the HR profession and uses her independent status to share advice and best practice to her fellow HR independents across the industry.
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Rhea Chatterjee
Head of people - Monument
Rhea Chatterjee is head of people at digital challenger bank Monument. She has over 20 years of people experience largely across financial and professional services, including professional development and recruitment at McKinsey & Company and talent management at the Bank of England. More recently, she has been developing end-to-end people functions for fast growth technology and banking start-ups.
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Markos Koumaditis
HR director - House of Commons
At the House of Commons Koumaditis leads on people strategy to enable the cultural transformation needed to support a thriving parliamentary democracy through unprecedented change.

Prior to his current role, he spent over a decade advising on people practice and organisational development at London South Bank University, becoming its group people director in 2019.

Throughout his career, Koumaditis focus has been in improving leadership capability, levels of engagement and inclusion and capability for digital transformation. He is a qualified executive coach, a graduate of the first cohort of McKinsey Senior Leadership Master Class for senior LGBT executives and a Stonewall Leadership programme alumnus.
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Jo Gallacher
Editor - HR magazine