Day/Time:
Wednesday 26 January 2022 @4pm GMT
Speakers
  • dave millner

    Dave Millner

    Consulting Partner @HRCurator, CPsychol, FCIPD, ACIB

    Dave has a business background working in financial services in the area of retail and corporate lending and risk for some 8 years, followed by 30 years of internal and external HR consulting experience in NatWest/RBS, PSL, Kenexa and IBM as an occupational psychologist.  Dave worked directly with different global and multi-national based organizations offering organizational effectiveness-based solutions focusing on future proofing their businesses. 

    He is a regular presenter at global HR conferences promoting the role of technology, people analytics and the need for HR to be more commercial in its’ approach so that it can demonstrate tangible business value.  His first book ‘Introduction to People Analytics’ on the changing role of HR and the increasing demand for data insights was published in April 2020.

    He’s referenced as being a key influencer on Twitter via @HRCurator in a number of HR subject areas (c29,500 followers).  He’s an Associate with Corporate Research Forum (CRF), GPS Asia, Hult Ashridge Business School, the Centre for Effective Organizations (CEO) at the University of Southern California (USC) and is an Adviser to iPsychTec, a cultural analytics provider and Meetr.ai, a communications intelligence platform. He is one of Engage Employee’s Forward Thinkers for 2021 and HR Magazine’s #16 HR Most Influential Thinker 2021.

For many years now, the L&D function has been reticent to embrace more of an evidence-based approach to our solutions and practices.

The pandemic has reinforced the importance of focus and impact in everything we do and the L&D function is no exception. The use of data and analytics techniques is vital to show not only value in the solutions provided but to also show that L&D really has a credible strategic voice.

Join Dave Millner, Consulting Partner @HRCurator for a webinar that will help to dispel some of the myths about an evidence-based approach and share thoughts about how to change the way that L&D operate in 2022.

If you're interested in improving how you use data and analytics in your L&D context, register now.  (You'll also receive the replay if you can't attend).