We are delighted to announce that we’ve been named a Winner in the British HR Awards 2023.
Let’s Talk Talent’s founder and managing director Jo Taylor won Consultancy Leader of the year in recognition of her work helping educate and support the wider HR industry as well, as delivering outstanding work for our clients.
At Let’s Talk Talent we offer 2 free webinars and a course over on WhatsApp each month. We run a pro-bono mentoring programme twice a year. As well as a wide range of whitepapers, checklists and other resources for HR professionals.
Here’s a photo from the day of Jo receiving her award.
Examples of some of our resources
- UK Awareness Days in 2023 for HR Professionals
- The ultimate list of HR metrics
- HR strategy whitepaper
- New employee onboarding checklist
- Our whole range of upcoming webinars
What is the British HR Awards?
The British HR Awards is an annual campaign that sets out to discover and celebrate the organisations and individuals that are truly passionate about delivering a world-class people experience.
This year, just over 220 entries were received from organisations across the UK, and so competition to be named a Winner proved to be especially tough. Firms taking part included start-up innovators to public sector heroes, tech superstars, global titans and everything in between.
Winners were revealed at a special celebration event in London, hosted by comedian Sally-Anne Hayward. Categories included sector specific awards such as ‘Technology Company of the Year’ and ‘Financial Services Company of the Year’ as well as overall awards including ‘Best Overall People Experience’ and ‘Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year’, ‘L&D Initiative of the Year’ etc.
The British HR Awards 2023 judges include:
- Mary Foulkes OBE FCIPD, Director of Equity, Inclusion and Culture at Shelter
- Mairi Probin, Chief Culture and People Officer at The MAPD Group
- Melanie Punch, Head of UK Careers at Investec
- Hannah Reid, People Director EMEIA at Apple
- Janet Roberts, Chief People & Culture Officer at Cycas Hospitality
- Tara Ryan, People Experience Director at Monzo
- Perry Timms, Chief Energy Officer at People and Transformational HR
- Helen Tindle, HR Director at Iceland Foods
- Nate Harwood, Founder at New Possible
Nate Harwood, Founder of New Possible and British HR Awards judge said: “The British HR Awards recognises the inspirational teams and leaders that are having a positive impact on the working lives of so many people across the UK and beyond. A huge congratulations to all the Winners and Finalists – we look forward to seeing how your efforts continue to shape a new possible for the future of work.”
The British HR Awards is powered by New Possible. New Possible helps HR leaders build healthier organisations by providing meaningful insight that can drive real change.