The TRN Autumn Huddle is 2 days away and our full line up has been revealed over on our LinkedIn page.
Here are the four speakers who are going to be presenting to our Members on Thursday. We’re expecting an amazing day, full of stimulating ideas, conversations and business knowledge.
Jeff Grout is a regular contributor to our TRN Trailblazers program and will be talking our TRN Members through Navigating Changing Times. Including the differences between Management & Leadership, effective goal setting, understand your clients’ 6P’s and coaching for performance.
She has personal experience of being a successful entrepreneur, setting up her own award-winning e-commerce business in the middle of the recession which she sold before running a luxury gifts business.
Sophie is now the CEO of The Caffeine Partnership, a unique business consultancy which helps leaders to work with purpose and pace. She is an experienced business leader, entrepreneur and brand specialist. An ‘acceleration addict’ she is constantly curious about how to speed up success.
She hates wasting time and believes impatience is usually a virtue. She applies the principles of Caffeine (a psychoactive stimulant) to her approach to work and writing; stimulating business.
Penny Mallory is an International Keynote Speaker who draws on her experiences as a homeless teenager who fulfilled her impossible dream of becoming a Champion Rally Driver. Against all the odds, Penny became the first (and remains the only) woman in the world to compete in a World Rally Car, for the Ford Rally Team.
She is an expert in Mental Performance. Not only has she competed in the World Rally Championship, she has run multiple marathons, climbed the worlds highest summits, and fought in two boxing matches, amongst many other challenges!
Penny will be talking about world-class thinking and get our members thinking about how they can adopt a ‘winning mindset’.
Tom Hadley is the Director of Policy & Campaigns at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) – the professional body for the UK recruitment industry, representing 3,500 corporate members and over 11,500 individual members of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP).
Specific areas of responsibility include government relations, compliance policy and driving proactive campaigns in areas such as inclusion and social mobility, skills, industrial strategy, the future of jobs and youth employment. An overriding priority for the REC is to ensure that employment issues are at the forefront of Brexit negotiations and that the UK jobs market continues to thrive in a post-EU world.