Utility Week HR Forum

The Utility Week HR Forum is the only dedicated event for HR, recruitment and people development professionals working in the utility sector.


Join HR directors, business partners and senior managers at the Utility Week HR Forum 2017 as the key challenges for HR professionals in the utility sector are discussed in a collaborative and engaging conference in the heart of Birmingham this September

This CPD-certified conference will enable you to:

- Drive collaboration in the utility sector to address the skill shortage
- Learn how to engage your CEO and management team to become a strategic business partner
-Explore creative ways to incentivise and reward employees
- Gain insight into different leadership identification and training methods
-Solve problems that prevent you from hitting talent recruitment and retention targets

Experts speakers sharing their insight include:

- Nick Ellins, Chief executive officer, Energy & Utility Skills
- Dr Felix Lerch,Country chairman UK, Uniper
- Fiona Guthrie, Group HR director, Anglian Water
- Fiona Sweeting, Colleague engagement director, Northern Gas Networks
- Sarah Hopkins, People & engagement director, Wales & West Utilities
- Mark Oliver, Director of business services, Wales & West Utilities
- Paul Macfarlane, HR director, Amey
- Debbie Ryan, HR director, Affinity Water
- Sally McGuire, Head of talent & resourcing, Electricity North West
- Chris Mead, Head of HR, National Grid Gas Distribution
- Beth Jones, HR business partner, Wales & West Utilities - HR 'rising star'
- Penny Tamkin, Director, employer research & consultancy, Institute for Employment Studies (conference chair)

View the full agenda, download the brochure, view the complete list of speakers and register at: events.utilityweek.co.uk/hr

For further details, please contact Rachael Cannon on +44 (0)1342 332041 or email RachaelCannon@favhouse.com

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