The Future of High Performing Leadership Teams

Wednesday 27th June 2018
8:30 am – 12.00 pm

Following on from our successful first Tap’d Forum of the year at the end of February, we are pleased to announce details of our second Forum of 2018, which will explore the future of high performing leadership teams.

One of the defining factors for a successful organisation over the coming years will be the behaviours and the level of emotional intelligence of its leaders.

The composition of future leadership teams will be magnified greater than ever before. How can you ensure your leadership teams of the future are truly diverse?

Join us on Wednesday 27th June 2018 when we will bringing together a panel of experts who will discuss the latest thinking in areas including:

  • The future environment that the people leader will have to perform in;
  • The impact that diversity and high levels of inclusion can have in a leadership population;
  • The leadership behaviours that are predicted to be the differentiator for success in a modern workforce;
  • The role of technology and whether it replaces or enhances leadership abilities.

This half-day Forum is going to be informative and interactive and will give you actions that you can take away and implement in your organisation. And Tap’d once again bring this to you as a FREE Forum, exclusively for HR professionals.

It would be great to see you there.

Anthony Ryland
Managing Director, Tap’d Solutions


Anthony Ryland,
Managing Director, Tap’d Solutions

Anthony provides thought leadership across Talent, Analytics and Technology. He supports our clients in identifying the right solutions and most importantly runs the business on a day-to-day basis. Prior to launching Tap’d Solutions Anthony held senior Talent and Learning & Development roles at Geko Direct, Syan, ACS, Xerox and most recently Samsung Electronics.

Alice Chilver,
Founder and Chief Executive, Women’s Higher Education Network 

Alice is the founder and Chief Executive of WHEN, a network for all women working in the higher education sector, which aims to speed up gender equality. The network brings women together to build connections, share stories, exchange ideas and to learn from and with peers from across the whole sector. Outside of her role at WHEN, Alice leads UCL’s Organisational Development function where her remit covers the entire staff experience and lifecycle including recruitment, induction, learning and development and talent management.

Dave Millner,
HR Curator

Dave has a passion for supporting HR functions in becoming more commercially focused, more responsive and more cost-effective. For many years, Dave has provided HR practitioners with appropriate thinking processes, models and broad knowledge that can be applied in assisting the transformation of HR practices. Dave is a regular presenter at HR Conferences throughout the world where he promotes the need for HR to change its’ current approaches so that it can demonstrate tangible business value. Throughout the last two years, Dave (@HRCurator) has been continually rated as one of the most influential people on Twitter in the subject areas of HR, People/HR Analytics and Organisational Development. He has also been recognised as the Number 1 Global Brand on Twitter, relating to the Future of Work subject matter.


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Who should attend

This event is suitable for:

  • Business Leaders
  • HR Directors
  • Heads of Engagement
  • Heads of Talent
  • Heads of Organisational Development
  • Heads of Learning & Development

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