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Ticket price: This event is free of charge.
Join us at our 2020 HR event for professionals in the fresh produce sector which this year will be delivered online. There will be a keynote and two other notable speakers from the world of HR talking about business resilience, sustainability and the future of the world of work.
Welcome and Introduction
Keynote Presentation - Organisational Resilience: the ABCs of Shock and ResponseHR teams and their organisations confront three major forces caused by global economic shocks - the residual impact of the global financial crisis leaving an environment of Austerity in which reducing cost is paramount; Brexit and Covid. Navigating strategically through these troubled times, and building organisational resilience to survive future shocks as well, requires another A,B,C as a response. This is firstly about Autonomy - helping people working in both knowledge and production roles to take more ownership and accountability for what they need to do. Secondly, Belonging - providing a broader horizon to focus on, and new opportunities to have everyone’s voice heard. And thirdly, Contribution - resigning jobs through new technologies and smarter thinking to provide more value to organisations and employees.
Jon InghamJon Ingham Strategic HR Academy
Managing Millennials and their demands for development and progression75% of managers feel they fulfil the role of mentor, but only a quarter (26%) of millennials agree”. Jacqui Green will share with us thoughts and recommendations on how businesses in our industry should be making their biggest priority equipping their managers and leaders with the skills and commitment to be great mentors to the millennial and Gen Z teams around them, whilst not missing the needs of the other generational cohorts in the process. In a new world of working from home and one to ones (with zoom as the third person), leaders have to recognise that, whilst the energy and dedication to do this feels like a burden or costly, by ignoring it they risk losing, or failing to attract, great talent.
Jacqui GreenViridis Associates
The Future of HR in the Food Service Sector
HR and the digital transformation: helping businesses prepare for the new normal
Jacqui has been involved in fresh food since she graduated in 1995. She studied Law, French and Spanish and found that, unexpectedly, languages and fresh produce seemed like a fit. Jacqui has spoken previously on sustainable futures, talent development, responding to consumer preference, and supply chain efficiency. She is passionate about personal development and, as well as her Consulting and Non-Executive roles, she works as a Mentor and is a qualified Transformational Coach. She has also held many positions on Trade Boards, Retailer committees, a Charity Board and worked with Government working groups. In 2019, she left Berry Gardens, a UK cooperative of soft and stone fruit growers where she was CEO. Before this she was General Manager of Wingland Foods (Bakkavor) - a prepared salads business, prior to that Commercial Director at Capespan and in the early 2000’s General Manager of IPL, a joint venture between Geest and Asda (Walmart). Jacqui lives in the South East of England with her husband and two teenage sons. When time allows, she runs and has completed a number of half marathons for charity.
Group Organisational Development Director
David's career started in the automotive sector after he graduated with a degree in manufacturing engineering. After a period specialising in quality management and continuous improvement he became a Chartered Engineer and then went on to complete a master’s degree in quality and human resource management. He is passionate about building highly-engaged organisations and he decided to move his career into human resources, organisation development, people strategy and talent development. He has held executive and board-level HR roles in international businesses such as Carlsberg and Norbert Dentressangle (now XPO Logistics). Since early 2017 he has been Group Organisational Development Director with Total Produce plc, a global €6 billion fresh food business. In this role he reports to the group CEO and is responsible for global people strategy, organisation design, succession planning and talent development. He is passionate about developing leadership capability centred around coaching, facilitation and strong two-way communication. David is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Trainer and Learning Facilitator,
Jon Ingham Strategic HR Academy
Jon Ingham is an insight based HR / OD consultant and trainer who focuses on helping companies develop innovative approaches to increase the contribution of people. His background includes working as an International HR Director for EY, Head of HR Consulting at Penna, and Director in Human Capital Consulting for Buck. He has co-authored an article on the future of HR together with Dave Ulrich and is the author of The Social Organization. He is one of HR Executive’s Top 100 HR Tech Influencers and also one of HR Magazine’s Most Influential Movers and Shakers.
Adriana is Account Executive at Personio, with a particular focus on the UKI market. She was the first employee on the UKI team, tasked with contributing to the company’s goal of becoming Europe’s leading HR software solution for SMB’s. Prior to this, she worked worked with Talent Acquisition teams of leading brands such as Coca-Cola, Virgin Atlantic, Heineken, PwC and Unilever on building a great Employer Brand
Personio makes HR professionals real heroes by giving them more time to focus on what matters most: the employees. With our software, we digitalize and simplify time-consuming HR processes and thus create time for strategic topics like talent development or employer branding. So far we’ve freed around 2,500 customers from administrative chaos but that’s just the beginning. We believe there can never be too many HR heroes.