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We have scheduled the following HR Matters
sessions (Facilitated by Vanessa Williams) and hope
that you can join us.
Dates for your diary:
* Hotel Du Vin, Brighton - 13th November - 8.30 - 10.30am
* Roffey Park - Horsham - 21st November - 8.30 - 10.30am
* Hotel Du Vin, Tunbridge Wells - 26th November - 8.30 - 10.30am
Please email email@example.com to book your place. Many thanks!
'HR Matters' enables a small group of like-minded senior HR professionals to share current business challenges in a breakfast meeting environment. I think we would all agree that there is something powerful to be gained from listening to a wide variety of specialists working in different organisations who are facing similar challenges.
Vanessa Williams will facilitate the meeting using an 'Action Learning Set' type approach that will enable you to ‘air’ your questions on any topic of your choice and gain some answers. Vanessa seeks to make every session engaging and fun while also bringing a wealth of knowledge to add to the mix.
Vanessa started her career in HR and held a variety of roles within both the public and private sector; including HR Director and Board member. She obtained an MBA to move into consultancy and later qualified as a coach and systemic consultant in Transactional Analysis (CTA Organisational). As a consultant, she was a Managing Partner with Sheppard Moscow before setting up 'The Williams Partnership', which she ran for eight years until joining Roffey Park as Senior Consultant in July 2018.
Please let us know if you would like to book onto our session. Places will be offered on a 'first come, first served basis'. Unfortunately we only have 12 places available per session.
We will provide the setting at no cost. The session will run from 8.30am to 10.30am.
We look forward to seeing you there. Feel free to come armed with your own questions!
With warmest wishes, Alex & Vanessa
'As an HR Business Partner in a small HR team within a stand-alone third sector organisation, meeting like-minded HR professionals within a closed, confidential environment enabling challenging issues or topics to be debated and compared, has been invaluable. The organisations represented in this group range from large corporations, to independent SME’s, allowing knowledge sharing of best practices across different industries, sectors and demographics. Although the group is quite new, it will develop over time and allows networking opportunities, particularly important for those who work independently. As it happens, the mix of personalities within the group gelled from the word go and I look forward to seeing the familiar faces, in addition to enjoying personal CPD time.'
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