All your HR tech needs, served in one place

19th May 2022 - etc. venues Monument

People Management Forum offers the HR industry an opportunity gather to learn, network and debate together. 

This year, a live event hosted in central London, it offers a bespoke agenda of educational sessions to give you the information you really need, and the opportunity to face to face meetings with expert vendors discussing solutions for your organisation. 

Surrounded by leaders, supporting suppliers and your peers - People Management Forum is an opportunity to equip yourself with everything you need

Please note - People Management Forum is free to attend for all successful applicants, there are a limited number of places available.


The forum agenda primarily consists of three elements and the programme is packed full. You can expect educational and motivational content, insightful meetings and networking opportunities with like-minded individuals.

What you can expect:

Dedicated 1-2-1 meetings with suppliers and providers to create the contacts and gather the tools necessary to make your plan a reality. All attendees take part in a meeting selection process to ensure that their agenda is relevant and beneficial. 

Speaker sessions and curated to inspire and encourage, as well as offering specific ideas and insight. The content will allow you to take the next step in your organisation's growth and development.

Networking breaks and organic meetings will give you the opportunity meet and build connections with like-minded professionals - who better to learn from that others experiencing the same challenges


A Bespoke Experience

Our team will organise everything for you. Our bespoke 1-2-1 appointment service will match you with leading suppliers who are suited to your business needs.

Save Time

Step into our virtual world and use your time and budgets efficiently meeting leading vendors from HR Tech in one place over two days. 

Hear The Latest Trends

Hear from HR leaders in our insightful content sessions. With a focus on current industry trends, our topics are curated to equip you for another uncertain year ahead.

Opportunities to Network

People Management Forum is the ideal environment to network and build meaningful relationships with the HR Community.

Save On Costs

People Management Forum will allow you to keep the budget in mind. Find the best deals on products and service with our leading suppliers.

Share Your Views And Hear Others

Share best practice with your peers and gain insights from like minded individuals. And take the opportunity to make some new connections! 


Day One

09:30 - Chairs opening remarks

Eleanor Whitehouse, Acting Editor, People Management

09:40 - Keeping remote workers engaged with their learning and development using technology

The exponential increase in e-learning due Covid led to a decline face-to-face training. HR's share top tips on how to keep employees engaged.

Moderator: Eleanor Whitehouse, Acting Editor, People Management

Jodie Lowe, Talent and Development Partner, Moneysupermarket

Malcom Taylor, Corporate Training Manager, Met Office

Chris Watt, Head of Organisational Learning, London School of Economics and Political Science

10:25 - 1-2-1 Meetings

11:25 - Networking Break

11:45 - Recruiting post Covid – how can organisations open up their talent pools after the rise in remote working?

Look at any survey and you’ll see employees expect a hybrid model of working post-Covid, one that suits their needs and the organisations. Covid forced remote working onto companies but are your hiring leaders really happy for this to continue? Before you start thinking of recruiting remote workers let’s discuss possible roadblocks to making this a reality in the 20 minute live Q&A session.

Katrina Collier, Author, Facilitator & Speaker, The Searchologist & DisruptHR

Liz Dowling, Head of People, VIOOH

12:10 - 1-2-1 Meetings

13:30 - Break

13:50 - Performance managing remote workers effectively in the wake of Covid?

Remote/hybrid workers and managers may be fraught with challenges leading to a disproportionate effect on careers. As managers conduct performance reviews, there is a need to avoid crisis-specific biases. How can managers remove ambiguity from the review process, be accountable for fairness and while continuing to advance organisational goals.

Moderator: Robert Jeffrey, Editor-in-chief, Professional Associations Group, Haymarket Business Media

Louisa Bench, Director Global Talent and Development | Human Resources, British Council

Andrew Brierley, Director HR Technology, PwC

Claire Lish, Director of Human Resources, Pepper (UK)

Alastair Logan, EMEA Value Advisory for Ceridian, Ceridian

14:30 - Chairs closing remarks

Day Two

09:35 - Workplace rights: How could rights change for remote workers?

The digitalisation of many industries and flexible working is of growing importance. Benefits of working from home include improved work-life balance, no travel time, more time spent with friends and family. But, it also has challenges. With the easing lockdown, organisations must now review remote set-ups and determine structures moving forward. Do employees have the right to work from home, how do you apply to work from home and what can you do if the request is denied?

Kathy Daniels, Associate Professor, Aston University

10:05 - Break

10:25 - 1-2-1 Meetings

11:25 - Networking Break

11:40 - The transformation to digital learning and development

Hear a leading HR professional discuss their technology journey. Learn the why, what and how they successfully implemented technological change - and the benefits of doing so.

Cassie Flanagan, Training and Capability Manager, British Steel

Matthew Mumford, Learning Technologies Solution Manager, MHR International UK

12:25 - 1-2-1 Meetings

13:05 - Does using technology to recruit and onboard help or hinder diversity and inclusion?

Technology is said to be a great ally in the drive for an inclusive and diverse workforce. However, artificial intelligence systems built from learning data may be skewed towards the view of the person building it resulting in biased outcomes. During this session, we will discuss the fairness of AI systems and the need to align human-centric approaches to recruitment with evolving technologies.

Moderator: Robert Jeffrey, Editor-in-chief, Professional Associations Group, Haymarket Business Media

Victoria McLean, Founder & CEO, City CV

Eugenio Pirri, Chief People & Culture Officer | Global Diversity Champion, Dorchester Collection

Nicholas Williams, HR Technology & Transformation Consultant / Non-Exec CIPD. PwC

13:35 - Chairs closing remarks

People Management Forum is a two half-day event and is free to attend for senior HR professionals. An exclusive forum open to only a handful of delegates from across the HR industry, who will gain access to thought provoking content and direct access to leading tech suppliers.

Applying is free of charge and only takes a few minutes. This forum promises to bring big rewards which could make all the difference to you and your organisation this year.

To qualify for a place, you will need to confirm:

 1. You’re a senior HR professional (manager or above) 

  2. You are currently employed by an organisation with over 250 employees.

  3. You have an annual budget of £50,000 or more