Belfast's newest HR event now open for bookings

  • The team behind the popular DisruptHR Belfast event is now taking bookings for their new event, ConnectHR.

    This novel, in-depth HR evening will be a great opportunity to learn and share best-in-practice HR strategies.

    Attendees will be able to get involved while being informed interactively. As a group, they will work with a moderator to overcome various challenges positioned in relation to a Northern Ireland working context.

    Previous speakers from DisruptHR included FinTru's Executive Director of Human Resources, Sinead Carville and Axiom's Global Director of Development and Learning, David McAlinden. 

    The event is designed to delve a deeper focus into the most popular topics discussed at DisruptHR. 

    ConnectHR is being run by Wiser Working, Sync NI and Wellington International, all Belfast-based firms with a passion for people, business and leadership development.

    Claire Clerkin from Wiser Working said: “We want to create events where those who work in anything to do with people can come and get deeper on specific HR topics, but also get their hands dirty. That’s why rather than passively listening to experts this time; we want people to engage with topics.”

    “The ConnectHR event is designed to create a more intimate setting and enhance interaction. The first part of the night entails a specially curated line-up of expert speakers on employer branding. The second part will be getting all participants actively working on the topics discussed. By the end of ConnectHR we hope everyone will have learned from the experts but gotten under the skin of topics themselves. Participants will also have the chance to network with like-minded industry peers and hopefully take what they’ve learned back to their workplaces.”

    The event will take place on Thursday 17th October at Catalyst Inc’s Innovation Centre. 

    Find information on how to book tickets here. 

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