That HR Podcast episode 19: What could HR do with better data?

21 Nov 2019 By PM Editorial

The CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition tackled major topics that affect the people profession, including how analytics could lead the way in driving inclusion. We got right into the midst of HR's hottest event

Broadcasting from HR’s most anticipated event of the year, the People Management team took the pulse of the profession at the CIPD’s Annual Conference and Exhibition in Manchester – including a discussion of the power of analytics to drive progress in inclusion. 

Maggie Baska and Siobhan Palmer discuss data with Trevor Phillips – writer, broadcaster and chairman of Green Park Interim and Executive Search – and the CIPD’s CEO, Peter Cheese, and get to the bottom of whether legislative drives for pay reporting have helped or hindered the cause of inclusion in business.

And hear what attendees had to tell Lilly Howlett, who was right in the middle of the conference and exhibition.

Plus, Tim Pointer helps a listener who fears silly mistakes and imposter syndrome could be hindering their chances of getting ahead in their learning and development career.

Don't forget to give us your feedback by tweeting us at @peoplemgt or email pmeditorial@haymarket.com.

Thank you to our guests from this episode:

  • Trevor Phillips, writer, broadcaster and chairman of Green Park Interim and Executive Search
  • Peter Cheese, chief executive of the CIPD
  • Tim Pointer, founder of Starboard Thinking

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