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ADP's fourth annual HR Question Time Debate


HR Question Time 2017

This event will be panelled by some of
Europe’s leading HR thinkers and practitioners,
don’t miss your chance to question and gain insight from them.


Thursday 25th May


 ADP’s fourth annual HR Question Time debate is being held on Thursday 25th May at The Century Club, Westminster.
The workplace is rapidly evolving; the sheer speed of technological development, alongside instant communication and information sharing, means that there is always new innovation to read about and always a new idea to try. However, there is one thing that never changes, the importance of your people.
This event will be panelled by some of Europe’s leading HR thinkers and practitioners, don’t miss your chance to question and gain insight from them.
Key topics to be discussed:

  • Globalisation &; Technology: What technological advances will we see in the workplace within the next 10 years?
  • The Gig Economy: Will ‘gigging’ become the norm?
  • The Impact of Brexit: Has Brexit affected employee engagement?
  • Career Progression: Attracting the right applicants to cut time to hire.
  • Change Management: Implementing change without disrupting your workforce.

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Perry Timms

Described by CIPD CEO Peter Cheese as “The HR Futurist” Perry’s energy, passion and insight around new forms of people and organisation development and the future of work are his trademarks.

A Chartered CIPD Member; facilitator & coach, Perry has led technology-driven business change for over 20 years as a corporate Head of Learning, Talent & OD.

Perry runs his own enterprise - PTHR - aiming to transform learning & work one conversation at a time.

Perry is an international. CPD accredited and TEDx speaker on HR, technology and the future of work. Perry has delivered keynote speeches across the UK and in the USA, South Africa, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Italy, Hungary, France and Ireland.

Perry authored the e-book “HR 2025” and writes for a range of online HR and Work publications and journals. In 2015 was asked to join IBM’s Future of Work programme. 2017 sees Perry published by Kogan Page with the forthcoming book Transformational HR and recently became a part of HR software vendor Profinda’s Workforce of the Future community.

In 2016 Perry became the world’s only WorldBlu® Certified Freedom at Work Consultant + Coach - helping organisations be more democratic and inclusive.

Perry is a social HR Practitioner; voted a top 10 blogger in International and UK magazines. Perry is Adviser to the CIPD on Social Media & HR, built the Institute’s first MOOC “Working Digitally: Social Media and HR” and was a Guide for the CIPD/MiX HR Hackathon.

Perry was executive consultant to 2015 HRD of the Year Karen Beaven (River Island), a Fellow of the RSA and a Visiting Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University.

Perry’s past and present clients includes Macmillan, P&G, Shelter, Sky, Toyota, Kuwait Energy, Competo, Ashridge Executive Education, Costa Cruises, Anglian Water, the NHS, Leeds City Council, ACCA and Ampelmann.

Perry also leads a global community of practitioners acting as a virtual organisation - the iPractice - with over 80 networked professionals from the US, South Africa, Europe and Australasia.

A tenacious reader; enthused networker and voracious learner, Perry describes himself as a lifeaholic determined to change the world of work; one conversation at a time.

Tim Pointer

Tim Pointer began his HR career at Marks & Spencer, and has progressed to be an HR Director in such branded businesses as Italian fashion house Diesel; spirits and wine joint venture Maxxium Asia-Pacific (for which he was based in Sydney); Dixons Carphone; and Pentland Brands, the family firm behind global brands such as Speedo, Canterbury, Berghaus and Ted Baker footwear. Tim's work has been recognised by a number of Awards including Overall Winner of the CIPD Awards; and Top 10 UK & Top 20 Europe Great Place to Work rankings. He is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD.
Two years ago, Tim founded Starboard Thinking, the consultancy which accelerates organisational performance through culture, engagement, and talent. Starboard works with Executive teams on strategic development and delivery, by enhancing organisations’ culture, leadership and engagement whilst enabling talent decisions through technology.

Caroline Noblet

Caroline Noblet co-leads our Labor & Employment Practice Group and is based in our London office.

Caroline has approximately 25 years of experience as an employment lawyer, advising a broad range of businesses including FTSE 100 and 250 companies. She is responsible for some of the firm’s key global accounts, as she co-ordinates and advises in relation to all matters of employment law, on multijurisdictional and local issues. She is passionate about the benefit a “one-stop” shop service can bring to clients, in terms of the effective and efficiency of legal services delivery.

Caroline is regularly instructed by large corporate clients on matters relating to their senior executives. Sources praise her creativity and problem solving, with one saying she is "thoughtful and solutions-oriented." Chambers and Partners, 2015.

Caroline’s practice reflects the strength and diversity of her client base. Representing global clients on cross-border employment matters, she deals with rationalisation and restructuring programmes (working with Trade Unions and Works Councils, the application of The Acquired Rights Directive and local equivalents), contract and policy rollouts and the employment aspects of privacy and data protection matters. Caroline also deals with merger and acquisition projects. She regularly works hand-in-hand with our litigation team to enforce and defend garden leave, confidentiality and restrictive covenant obligations.

Caroline also represents senior individuals on their recruitment, remuneration, incentive and severance requirements.
An active a member of our Hospitality & Leisure, Media & Advertising and Sports & Entertainment groups, Caroline has been working with clients in those sectors throughout her career.

Caroline appears in a number of legal directories, writes for various publications and devises and presents training programmes for client, trade bodies and professional organisations.

Nicole Bello

An innovative, disciplined Sales Leadership Professional who joined ADP in 1997, as a SBS Sales Associate. She has worked within a wide variety of offices, business units and countries.
Nicole is passionate about establishing and improving the sales culture and performance within international business units. An enthusiastic leader who is both accustomed and comfortable with working to deadlines, whilst achieving key targets through the effective organization, motivation and most importantly - the development of people. 

Kevin Blair

Kevin has spent his entire career in Recruitment and Talent Acquisition. He has extensive Global experience, building and re-building teams and process to drive effective delivery across many regions and organisational structures. Kevin has led the delivery in EMEAR, North America and Asia Pacific/Japan regions, driving both high performance and enhanced experiences.
In his current role of Senior Director of Talent Acquisition at Cisco, he is responsible for approx.. 70% of their hiring Globally which is in the region of 8,000 hire per annum cover multiple functions, lines of business and over 100 countries.
Prior to joining Cisco, Kevin lead recruiting in EMEAR and Sales Engineering hiring globally for, taking them through their most accelerated period of growth. In his previous experience Kevin led Revenue generating hiring within Oracle covering over 70 countries during an aggressive transformation, acquisition and growth period. He previously held several senior positions in European technology and search/ consulting companies.