Agnes Jongkind is the global HRD Vice President of Recruitment and Employer Reputation at Deutsche Telekom. Prior to her current role Agnes lead a transformation projects within T-Systems a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. Agnes started her professional career in consultancy Arthur Andersen and later on Deloitte and has gained broad experience as a HR Generalist.
I am a conceptual strong and seasoned HR Executive with a pragmatic no-nonsense approach, global and regional experience with multiple HR Change and projects like business transformations, skill shifts, recruitment and employer branding, leadership and culture change, within an international, dynamic and fast-paced environment.
Gary Kildare is an energetic and progressive international business leader. He has deep knowledge of complex business talent and people management across many different countries and cultures. He has lead transformational change reflecting technology and market shifts from software and services to the social, mobile, digital and the emerging, artificial intelligence agenda. He has served as Chief HR Officer for Global Business Services (IBM’s consulting business), Global Vice President of HR for Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific with accountability for over 430,000 employees worldwide, Chief HR Officer for Global Technology Services Division and is currently Chief HR Officer IBM Europe. He is currently based in Madrid and is a member of IBMs Growth & Transformation Team (a group of Senior Executives appointed by the CEO to provide Global Leadership across key strategic areas).
Outside of IBM Gary is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a GlobalScot and sits on the Criticaleye Advisory Board. He has served as a Non-Executive Director of Education Scotland, as a member of the Scottish Government’s Education study – ‘The Curriculum for Excellence’, a Non-Executive Director of the National Skills Academy (Financial Services), a Non-Executive advisor to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC); a member of the HRMC People Committee and Pay Review Committee; and a member of the CBI Business Council for Scotland. He received an honorary doctorate from Edinburgh Napier University in June 2012.
Giovanni Manchia is SVP Human Resources within Rabobank, a global leader in food and agri financing and sustainability-oriented banking with 50.000 employees in 44 countries. Giovanni Manchia joined Rabobank in 2011, where he managed the transformation of the global human resources function within the bank, creating a more agile HR organisation with a strong business orientation. Prior to Rabobank, he spent more than 15 years in international HR leadership positions at various multinationals. He worked as the HR Director Benelux, Middle East and Africa within American Express. Before joining American Express, he worked at Shell in various international positions such as HR Manager for Shell Hydrogen and Global HR Business Partner for its IT division.
Giovanni Manchia holds a Msc degree in Management and Organization from TiasNimbas/Tilburg University (cum laude) and a MA degree in Consulting and Coaching for Change from INSEAD (cum laude).
“Try not to become a person of success. Try to become a person of value”, was one of Einstein’s statements. As an all-round international banking professional Isabel inspires people and teams to create the best result for the organisation with personal growth. Having a background in International Private Banking, Corporate banking and Human Resources she aims to bring mutual interests together in order to achieve a high performing environment. Blending entrepreneurship, enthusiasm and team spirit into ‘getting the job done’ together. In her current role as Director HR International Isabel is responsible for the HR teams across 15 countries worldwide as well as a team of HR Consultants in Amsterdam. Her focus is on globalisation, harmonisation and bringing the best of cultures and cooperation together, in order to create a great Employee Experience across the globe for ABN AMRO Bank.
Janine joined Diageo as a graduate 16 years ago based in South Africa. Early in her career she spent 7 months on secondment to London within the Africa regional Hub working on projects across Africa but returned to South Africa to support in the creation of Brandhouse, a joint Venture between Diageo, Heineken and a local beer company, NBL.
She spent 11 years within the Brandhouse business moving between Specialist and Generalist roles within the HR function, with her last role being Head of HR for Commercial.
With the demerger of the South African business she took the opportunity to move globally within Diageo and relocated to the Netherlands 3 years months ago with her family. She joined the Europe business as HRD Nordics & Benelux which quickly evolved into HRD Northern Europe and Continental Europe lead and effectively 1 July moves into a new role, HRD Continental Europe.
Mark is a highly experienced organisational development consultant, specialising in cultural transformation, employee engagement and executive facilitation. He spent two decades in the IT industry and was responsible for building global operational, data and business intelligence structures and processes for some of the largest companies in the world – expertise he now uses helping others with their data challenges and measuring engagement, diversity, values perception and the effects of cultural change against business performance.
Melinda Brooks Bray leads the HR team at ASICS EMEA, a company on a mission to get the world moving. Through innovative HR solutions, Melinda is driving transformation, enhancing productivity and ensuring ASICS is fit for growth. Empowerment and engagement are at the core of her strategic plan to attract, develop and grow talent. And with a dedication to continuous improvement and a belief in the power of movement, Melinda is putting purpose at the core of the organisation.
With a career spanning international borders and 20+ years, Melinda has extensive experience across a broad range of disciplines from change management, internal communications, employer branding to labour law compliance and CSR.
Before leading HR at ASICS, Melinda was Director of Organisation Development at TomTom. Prior to that, she held the position of Talent Group Leader at global consulting firm, Hewitt Associates.
Melinda holds a Master’s degree in Psychology and Organisational Analysis from the University of Sydney.
Mervyn Dinnen is an HR & Talent analyst and researcher, creating whitepapers and insight reports, whilst advising recruitment and HR technology businesses on the emerging trends impacting hiring, retention, development and engagement. He is recognised as a Global HR Technology influencer, has authored the books Exceptional Talent and the forthcoming Digital Talent, and is an International speaker on recruitment and HR trends.
Moritz Meißner is a former army officer, business administration graduate and M.A. in business psychology. He joined VINCI Energies Germany in 2015 and is Head of Digital Learning. His central themes are Digital Transformation and New Work. His main focus here is on preparing employees for tomorrow’s challenges in the best possible way. In addition, he works in national and international working groups on the conception and implementation of strategic topics.
More information about him can be found at: https://about.me/MoritzMeissner
Articles can be found at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Moritz_Meissner3
Pedro is Head of Leadership Development in AIB (Allied Irish Bank), Programme Director in the IMI (Irish Management Institute) Diploma in Strategic HRM and President of the Irish EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).
He has previously worked in senior management roles in Penna HR Consulting, Deloitte, IBM Business Consulting Services and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
He has led the design and implementation of large-scale change and human resources interventions with both national and international clients, in the public and private sectors.
Author of “Managing People” – A book used by the Institute of Bankers in Ireland in its Bachelor of Financial Services Degree. Other published work includes:
Motivational speaker and regular presenter at HR, change and business conferences / events
Perry Timms has a mission: To design a better future of work for us all to lead more fulfilling lives.
He is Founder and Chief Energy Officer of PTHR, with over 25 years’ experience in people, technology and organisational change and transformation and in October 2017, Perry’s first book project – Transformational HR – was published by Kogan Page.
Perry is an international and TEDx Speaker and Adviser on the Future of Work and HR, and is a WorldBlu® Certified Freedom at Work Consultant + Coach – helping people and their companies become part of the next stage in human and organisational evolution. Perry has partners across the UK, and in the USA, New Zealand, South Africa, Kuwait, Ireland, Poland, Romania, Sweden, and Denmark to help achieve this.
A Chartered Member of the CIPD, Perry advises the CIPD on HR’s use of Digital and Social Media, and was a Guide for the 2013 CIPD HR Hackathon (with Professor Gary Hamel’s Management Innovation Exchange).
Perry is a Visiting Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University, a Fellow of the RSA, is an associate consultant at the Work Foundation, and is part of the adjunct faculty at Ashridge Executive Education (Hult International Business School).
You will find Perry on Twitter @PerryTimms, on YouTube, LinkedIn and you can read his Medium blog at medium.com/@PerryTimms
Vera Gramkow is the Global Head of Talent and Performance Development at Bayer AG, the leading global Life Science company headquartered in Leverkusen, Germany.
Her team focusses on developing employees throughout the whole employee life cycle, enabling them to reach peak performance and to actively play to their full potential.
Vera has a background in business process engineering and sales before moving into HR. She has focussed on Talent Management and Strategic Workforce Planning in various industries and locations globally in the last 15 years.
She has a deep passion for developing individuals and teams to drive cross company performance and is driven by her curiosity to experiment new and innovative approaches. She enjoys exploring how technology can take HR to the next level and coaching leaders to become the best they can be.
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