TALiNT Partners are back in Dubai on 7th November in partnership with the London Business School, to bring together our fantastic network of senior HR and talent acquisition leaders!
This year, in partnership with London Business School, we are hosting a truly unique event looking at the key issues driving global and regional talent trends.
As the world of work continues to evolve at speed, organisations are exploring new ways to attract and develop talent against a backdrop of rapidly changing candidate expectations. And when it comes to confident decision-making there is nothing more enabling than getting together with experts and peers to share challenges, experiences and great insight!
Through informative talks, panel Q&A, and roundtable discussion we’ll hear from global thought leaders in TA, solutions experts and London Business School, giving a multi-dimensional view of the evolving recruitment and candidate markets in the Middle East.
London Business School is one of the world’s leading business schools providing a unique global talent pool and working with almost 1400 employers.
Join us for a fast-moving workshop style event with thought-provoking conversation covering a talent trends and challenges in the Middle East and globally. We’ll round off the event with a sumptuous executive dinner giving you the chance to relax with friends old and new!
Tickets are complimentary for senior TA, HR and In-house Talent Leaders
You’ll be in great company! Past Attendees to our Middle East events include senior Talent leaders from: Atos, Abbvie, Adidas, Alshaya Group, Burberry, Chalhoub Group, Choithrams, Petrofac, Baker Tilly, Coca Cola, Dell, Dubai Islamic Bank, Engie, etisalat, Ford, GE, Emirates, KPMG, MAN Energy Solutions, Oracle, Prada Group, Publicis Sapient and many more!
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Professor Ben Hardy graduated from Edinburgh University with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVM&S) and holds an MBA, MPhil and PhD from the University of Cambridge.
His research interests include the interaction between management and physiology, particularly with respect to hormone levels and the autonomic nervous system; the philosophical underpinnings of management research and knowledge; and linguistic factors in survey research and communication.
His research has been covered by the Financial Times, The Times, BBC, Wall St Journal, Reuters, Sky News, the Daily Mail and The Sun. Ben has been a trustee/director of the charity International Cat Care, a finalist on the BBC’s University Challenge, winner of the AT Kearney Global Prize and recipient of an IBM Fellowship. He has also been interviewed on how to conduct effective meetings on Radio 4’s PM programme.
Ben has taught at and provided consulting services to a wide range of organisations, including Barclays, HSBC, WPP, BT, McKinsey & Co., Nestlé, Novartis, McLaren Group, Agricultural Bank of China, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Slaughter and May, and IBM.