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HR Breakfast - Talent Management in a Growing Economy

Prospectus, in partnership with Russell-Cooke Solicitors, would like to invite you to our 14th HR Breakfast Briefing. This is a great opportunity for everyone working in a not for profit organisation with responsibility for human resources, employment and leadership to network and discuss the issues that really matter to you.

As always, attendance at our HR Breakfasts comes at no charge but with lots of value for both you and your colleagues. Our topic for this event will be 'Talent Management in a Growing Economy' and promises to encourage some thoughtful debate. You can find further details below. A valuable legal update on employment law will also be provided from our event partners Russell-Cooke.


Talent Management in a Growing Economy

Angela O'Connor
Founder and CEO - The HR Lounge
President - HR Society

The economy appears to be expanding and as we approach a general election it is likely to continue. However retaining a growing 'talent' will be as important as before. So, whether you need to attract new talent to your organisation, are worried about the prospect of skills gaps appearing, or just want to know more about how to retain to your best people – Angela will be sharing her thoughts, and providing valuable advice and guidance to organisations of all sizes.

The founder and CEO of The HR Lounge, Angela’s experience in HR spans over 30 years with roles as the Chief People Officer at the NPIA, HR Director at the CPS and Head of HR at three London based local authorities.

Angela has also received many awards for her work in HR, including three HR Director of the Year awards. She was also the first civil service president of the PPMA (Public Sector People Managers' Association) in the organisation's history. Angela is currently a visiting professor of HRM at London Metropolitan University.