Where speakers have given approval, we have uploaded the speaker slides for the keynote and conference sessions at Employee Benefits Connect 2019, which took place on 27 February 2019 the Park Plaza Hotel Westminster.
Thank you very much to all of the speakers for sharing their ideas, experiences and insights.
K1: Opening keynote: Culture eats strategy for breakfast: Leveraging culture to build inclusive, high-performing teams
Raashi Sikka, diversity inclusion lead, Uber
K2: Closing keynote: The secret sauce of winning leadership
Michael Caines, MBE and celebrity chef
Recognition and motivation
A1: Why is employee recognition more relevant than ever?
Jamie King, director of global rewards, Xexec
A2: Creating a workplace culture that fosters employee health and wellbeing
Charlotte Frost, benefits and wellbeing manager, Schroders
B1: Employee benefits, the poor relation within reward or the key driver supporting business performance?
Paul West, senior HR consultant, Capita
B2: Rethinking rewards for the future of work
Heike Avramovic, head of reward and policy, Siemens
Health and wellbeing
C1: Prevention is better than cure: Challenging where you invest your benefits budget
Sarah Robson, senior communications consultant, Aon
Mark Witte, head of health and risk consulting, Aon
C2: Embracing the technology while keeping it human
Sarah O’Neill, chartered counselling psychologist, Spectrum Life
D1: Reimagining the workforce: Designing people teams that deliver agile and future-focused results
Nebel Crowhurst, head of people experience, River Island
D2: Building the business case for better benefits
Jonathan West, client development manager, Personal Group
E1: How to give employees what they really crave to be engaged
Debra Corey, author, speaker and adviser to Reward Gateway
E2: All-employee benefits: What is the right solution for your employees?
Jonathan Smith, relationship director, Zenith