About
HR is well-aware of the importance of a positive culture and the remarkable improvements in business performance this can lead to. But leaders need to make sure they are continuously innovating and looking for ways to improve organisational culture in order to recruit and retain the best talent.

This webinar will help HR boost its offerings by reassessing its current workplace culture and suggesting simple ways to improve.

It will explore:
• Employee perspectives on what they want from an organisation now and in the future
• Best practice examples of forward-thinking business cultures
• How to prove the link between culture and business performance to encourage buy-in
• How to make the right internal changes to not just keep up, but keep ahead

If you want to stand out from your competition as an employer of choice, sign up to the latest HR Lunchtime Debate, which will be streamed live on Wednesday 25 January at 12:30pm

View all HR webinars here: https://www.bigmarker.com/series/hr-magazine-webinars/series_summit?utm_bmcr_source=HR
When
Tue, Jan 25, 2022 · 12:30 PM London (GMT 0:00)
WEBINAR ENDED
Presenters
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Paul Devoy
CEO of Investors in People
Paul has been heading up Investors in People since August 2011. He led the transfer of Investors in People from the UK Government in 2016. Investors in People became a Community Interest Company in February 2017 and is run for the benefit of the community of employers and individuals that it serves. Prior to this Paul was Head of Organisational Development at the Scottish Prison Service, during his time there all 17 Prisons in Scotland were awarded Investors in People recognition.
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Grace Mansah-Owusu
Talent Consultant at the British Heart Foundation
Mansah-Owusu is a chartered psychologist and member of both the British Psychological Society and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

She has worked in a variety of industries throughout her career including: academia, transport and logistics and hospitality. Mansah-Owusu manages the BHF’s early career programmes as well as consulting on diversity and inclusion initiatives.

In all her roles she is focussed on allowing people to understand their passions, interests and career directions, find clarity and thrive in their careers. Mansah-Owusu is also founder of the Black Business Psychology Network.
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Beverley Shears
Board Member and Independent Consultant
Beverley Shears has extensive Board level experience in both private and public sectors and has been operating at Board level for over 30 years. She has overseen successful delivery of major transformational change, service delivery and driving bottom line performance in large scale complex businesses in a variety of sectors.

This includes creating and deploying the London 2012 Games-time Customer Experience Strategy for the public transport sector in the UK during the Olympic Games, director of Offender Management at East Midlands, resposbile for five probation trusts and 17 prisons and group HR director of Ministry of Justice.

She is currently a senior independent advisors on the States of Jersey Employment board and non-executive director and deputy chair of North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust where she chairs the People and Culture Board sub-committee.
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Jo Gallacher
Editor - HR magazine