HR Heroes9 videos This playlist celebrates those who put people and their potential at the centre of their work.
Adrian Furnham - High Flyers
Adrian Furnham reveals how to find top talent and help those people take off. With tips on how to develop leaders who will strengthen your organisation this is essential viewing for HR professionals.
Gareth Jones - Why Should Anyone Work Here
There is a crisis in organisations, people are falling out of love with them. In this video, Gareth Jones asks: How can we build authentic organisations that people want to work for? We need to create a culture that matches people's DREAMS.
Laszlo Bock - Work Rules Highlights
Laszlo Bock, formerly head of people operations at Google, shares his ultimate guide to attracting the most talented people into your business.
Richard Gerver - Grow Your Own Leaders
Richard Gerver explores how organisations can nurture the talent they already have to create more leaders.
Lynda Gratton - The HR Key
Lynda Gratton explains why HR is so important in organisations. She also reveals why HR professionals need to focus on building resilience in their people.
Ken Blanchard - Ducks and Eagles
In this clip from our event with Ken Blanchard, we hear about how customers can easily spot organisations led by self serving leaders. He explains how to create an organisation full of eagles instead of ducks, one in which employees are empowered.
David Fairhurst - It's People that make the difference
Highlights from London Business Forum's event with David Fairhurst. Voted HR's 'Most Influential Practitioner' four years running, David believes that Human Resources plays one of the most powerful roles in any organisation.
Sir Ken Robinson - Education and Business
Business and education, explains Sir Ken Robinson, are interdependent. In this clip Sir Ken looks at the problems in our education system and what this means for companies.
Sir Ken Robinson - Talent
"Talent is often very deep," says Sir Ken Robinson. It's no good just looking for it, you also have to create the conditions for it to develop. In this clip Sir Ken illustrates this with an anecdote about The Beatles.