DisruptHR LondonFun | Fast | Fabulous

Disrupt is an information exchange designed to energise, inform and empower people in the HR field

Disrupt is an event series that shake things up, makes you think differently, and leaves you inspired. 14 speakers, 5 minutes each, with slides rotating every 15 seconds, sharing their ideas, fast!

Founded by Chris Ostoich and globally run by CEO Jennifer McClure, The Searchologist holds the license for London and runs events every 3 months.

Sponsors for London donate directly to Retrak Charity, which helps them to do their amazing work rehoming the most vulnerable, street kids, and helps #ConnectingHRAfrica continue to support the staff & carers each year. Retrak joined forces with Hope For Justice, who aim to bring an end to modern slavery, and as London is, shockingly, a global hub for modern slavery, it makes sense that a London event to support these two amazing charities.

DisruptHR London #8 at Peakon

DisruptHR London #8 at Peakon’s fabulous office

 

Last month I took part in a Disrupt HR London session set up by the amazing Katrina Collier presenting my ignite talk on ‘Is Your L&D Offering Netflix Good?‘. What the event showed me was there is a vibrant community of HR/L&D professionals that are part of Disrupt that might not be the archetype of what we (or our stakeholders) associate with the industry, they are taking risks, sharing ideas and just generally trying to do good work in our field, and in doing so they are helping individuals and their organisations make the most of their roles and careers – which is something that I think we can all get behind. Doing this talk felt like the sort of risk I have not taken with an external environment in a while, but was totally worth it! 

Patrick Mullarkey, L&D Consulting, PA Consulting

 

Why bring Disrupt to London?

Listen to why Katrina Collier brought Disrupt to London (and apologies for the expletives, she’s passionate!)

 

Next dates:

September 25

December 4

20 slides, 5 minutes, how disruptive can it be?

A selection to whet your appetite. And no you don’t need to be able to rap, sing or make poetry to speak but isn’t it wonderful?