HRMI 2022: Steve Marshall, professor of practice in leadership, Hult International Business School (Ashridge)

Happiest wandering and wondering, slightly lost, either walking the ground or pedalling a bike, Steve Marshall uses photography, writing and dialogue to find the way to ecology, art and simplicity.

HRMI 2022: Belinda Gannaway, strategy director, Fathom XP

Belinda Gannaway has been with award-winning experience design agency FathomXP since 2018, having previously partnered with the company on a variety of culture change programmes.

HRMI 2022: Fiona Evans, director of people and culture, RSPCA

Fiona Evans joined the RSPCA in September 2020 after six years’ service as the Zoological Society of London (ZSL)’s HR director.

HRMI 2022: Donna Catley, chief people officer, Compass Group UK&I 

Donna Catley’s passion for social mobility has fuelled her work in the HR industry over the last 25 years.

HRMI 2022: Greg Orme, author and coach, Greg Orme Leadership 

Greg Orme is a speaker, author, educator, and founder of consultancy Greg Orme Leadership. 

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