We all talk about how work is changing, are we all going back to the office, working from home or designing a hybrid model. The jury is still out but as HR leaders this is going to define the employee experience and the “ war for talent” for years to come.
Well join us at our exclusive Let’s Talk Talent HR roundtable on 23rd June where Richard Flood (Director of L&D, Talent and Engagement) and April Tomlinson (VP HR Business Partnering) at Liverpool F.C. will be sharing their approach with us all.
Recently April has been central to the Club’s review of current working practices and will be sharing some tips and ideas from her own personal journey she has been on whilst undertaking this piece of work.
Richard is going to share what he has been doing in his role during the pandemic and beyond: his vision, goals, lessons learned and his experience.
This promises to be a lively, highly interactive roundtable which is being run exclusively for our LTT family and friends.
So do not miss out to book a place fill out the form below.
Meet the guest speakers
VP HR Business Partnering
April is a passionate HR Professional and has been at LFC for almost 8 years. Currently, as VP, HR Business Partnering, she partners with the Exec Level at the Club and provides strategic and operational HR provision. This includes leading business wide initiatives across workforce design, change programmes. Performance management & leadership development and wellbeing. Prior to her time at LFC April has held HR roles in retail, travel and construction.
Recently April has been central to the Club’s review of current working practices and will be sharing some tips and ideas from her own personal journey she has been on whilst undertaking this piece of work. She will also talk to us about the Club’s roadmap and how the HR team are preparing Managers and colleagues for the next part of the journey as people prepare to return to the office for some of their time.
Director of Talent, Learning & Engagement
Richard is a seasoned L&D Professional who has been working in L&D for over 15 years. Currently, as Director of Talent, Learning & Engagement, Richard works closely with the HR Business Partnering Team and Senior Stakeholders across the Club to deliver strategic programmes across the Talent, Performance and Engagement agenda. Prior to LFC, Richard has held roles in Telecomms and Retail.
Recently, Richard has been pivotal in developing a long-term Talent & Development strategy at the Club focusing on Induction, Digital Learning, Career Development, Succession Planning and Leadership Development at Exec and Exec-1 level.
Richard will be sharing tips and ideas on how he has approached these key areas throughout the pandemic, and he will also talk to us about how the Club has implemented a more agile performance management process, as well as creating an online career development hub for colleagues to develop their careers in an ever-increasing VUCA world.
Book your place on our upcoming Roundtable