The Mean Girls One

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Katrina Collier is on a mission to end the collaboration chaos that ruins recruitment and candidate experience; exacerbated by hybrid working. Her inclusive workshops help companies fix the real issues preventing successful talent acquisition, and her unique shared-learning Mastermind programme develops the skills HR & recruiters need to partner effectively with the business and candidates. She is also a Mentor, Author of The Robot-Proof Recruiter, a global keynote speaker, and host of The Hiring Partner Perspective (Unedited) podcast.  Katrina is an Ambassador for Hope for Justice charity, and you’ll find her on LinkedIn and on Instagram & Twitter @KatrinaMCollier.

Our second guest is Lydia Charilaou. Lydia is a people experience professional and Agile HR coach.  She has been part of multiple People and Culture teams over a decade. Her passions include empowering inclusion, diversity and equity. She is driven by wellness and positive people experiences in the workplace

Our third guest is Aby Reynolds. Aby is Head of Operations & Customer Experience at 5App. Aby has a career of over 20 years in a variety of industries including retail, food, banking & finance, digital learning and technology solutions. Aby’s also worked in a range of roles,  sales, business management, customer service and consultancy. Aby can be  connected with on LinkedIn.

Hooked on learning and passionate about driving business forward, Aimee-Jayne Young is all about helping people make the most of their careers. With a keen interest in performance consulting, learning technology and employee experience, Aimee brings an enthusiastic yet measured point of view on learning and development and where it needs to go for the future. Aimee has experience working in the field of L&D research, HR strategy, learning technologies, professional services, retail and industry and commerce. 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aimeejayneyoung

 

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Show links

Why Men Still Get More Promotions Than Women

Mean Girls

The Debate On Power Posing Continues: Here’s Where We Stand

 

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