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RIBA London Practice Clinic - HR

28 November 18:30 - 20:30
Organized by: RIBA London
Venue: RIBA
Royal Institute of British Architects
76 Portland Place
London
W1B 1AD

RIBA London's Autumn series of Practice Clinics aim to provide support for small practices on a range of topics, tackling tricky questions, problems, and dilemmas with a panel of experts.

 

The event will be interactive, allowing for attendees to pose questions to the panel and offer their own advice and experience.

 

The format is simple, if you have a hit a hurdle with an HR issue or problem this event will aim to solve it. Submit your question when you book your ticket and we will put it to our experts and your peers to discuss.

 

The Panel: 

Camilla Neave, HR Partner - Make Architects

Camilla has over 15 years’ experience in HR. She has spent the majority of her career working within the property and built environment. She has always maintained a generalist role dealing with all aspects of HR from payroll to employee relations and learning and development. Camilla prides herself on understanding the business she is working for and building relationships which add value. She is also an advocate of diversity and wellbeing in the workplace.

 

Lisa Delaney, People and Culture - Woods Bagot

Lisa has over 20 years’ experience in HR and recruitment, 13 of which have been spent within the London architecture and interiors sector. Joining global architectural practice Woods Bagot in 2017 as the European Regional Manager for People & Culture, Lisa’s focus is on delivering a robust end-to-end HR and recruitment strategy. She has a keen interest in employee engagement and welfare, understanding the importance of relationships at work and developing a sense of belonging, thus nurturing a healthy and positive company culture.

 

Tina Connell, People & Talent Manager - Buckley Gray Yeoman

Joining BuckleyGrayYeoman in November 2017, Tina is responsible for leading the people agenda and driving innovation and change across talent management. Other core areas include organisational development, employee engagement, coaching and mentoring, employee relations and policy development. 

Always keen to support her profession, Tina is an active member of her local CIPD branch and the architectural HR Network group in London.