Not the usual suspects

posted by Scott McKenzie

I was talking to my good friend Sean this morning. We (unusually) agreed on something. We’re both tired of seeing the usual suspects at “Employee Engagement” conferences.

I guess that’s why I’m so excited about the line up we have for our event next week. I think they provide a genuine range of expertise on organisational change.

 Our panellists are:

·         Sharon Saxton - HR Director, City & Guilds Group

·         Matthew Lewis - Partner, Hammonds

·         Arndis Jonsdottir - Organisational Psychologist and Independent Consultant


as well as our very own


·         Dr Hanna Kalla - who is Senior Consultant on Organisational Change here at Hill & Knowlton


(oh and I will be doing the David Dimbleby bit!).


The event will take on a Question Time format and timings will run as follows:

·         6.30pm – Registration

·         7.00pm – Event starts

·         8.00pm – Questions and answers

·         8.20pm – Networking

·         9.00pm – Close


If you are able to get along please do let know. 


For those who of you who have alreayd said you’re going to attend -  we’re keen to create an evening that isboth informative and impactful for you. So we would like to hear what specific topics/issues you are presently facing when working on organissational change programmes.  To submit your topics/issues please email


We look forward to seeing you on the 10 March starting at 6.30pm at the Hill and Knowlton offices in Soho Square.


If you haven’t already accepted and you would like to attend, please RSVP to

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