Business Culture Breakfast | 7 June, 8.30-10.45am | Central London location tbc
Meet the Speakers
Global HR Director, Financial Times
Sarah has spent many years as a core member of the Financial Times board responsible for developing and executing its global commercial strategy and transformation, including that embarked on after acquiring new ownership in 2015. Initiatives such as career coaching, internal mentoring, and online tools led to an increase in confidence levels and impressive alignment strategies during a period of rapid change, advancing the mobility and career growth of its people.
Financial Times were Winners of the Business Culture Medium Business Category 2017.
Head of Learning & Development, Dimensions
Simon has worked in Learning and Development for many years, leading teams in the public and private sectors including the NHS with a proven ability to develop performance and improve employee engagement. After career progression opportunities were revealed to be limited at Dimensions, a not-for-profit organisation supporting adults with learning disabilities, a career development programme called Aspire was launched, yielding admirable levels of career growth, motivation, and staff retention.
Dimensions were Winners of the Business Culture Public/Not For Profit Category 2017.
8:00-8:45 Arrival (anytime from 8:00) & Breakfast
8:30-8:45 Welcome by Tim Pointer, Chair of Judges, Business Culture Awards
8:45-09:15 Sarah Hopkins, Global HR Director, Financial Times “Cultural Transformation after the sale”
09:15-09:45 Introduction to a new approach or tool
09:45-10:00 Coffee break & networking
10:00-10:30 Simon Gosney, Head of Learning & Development, Dimensions “Aspire programme: a radical new approach to talent management & succession planning”
10:30-10:45 Wrap Up by Tim Pointer
Register To Attend
We invite you to register your interest now as places are limited. Events are free of charge for practitioners and £69 per event for consultancies, redeemable against the cost of entry to the 2018 Awards.