HR Most Influential 2022: top practitioners and thinkers

Last night HR magazine unveiled its 2022 HR Most Influential (HRMI) rankings aboard the HMS Belfast.

HRMI 2022: Matthew Syed, author and founder, Matthew Syed Consulting 

Matthew Syed is an author and speaker in the field of high performance.  

HRMI 2022: Navid Nazemian, global head of HR, Vodafone

Navid Nazemian ‘s career spans over 26 years. He spent the first six years working in sales before moving to HR - a function that he is deeply passionate about.

HRMI 2022: Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, professor of business psychology, University College London and Columbia University

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is an expert in psychological profiling, talent management, leadership development, and people analytics.

HRMI 2022: Veronica Hope Hailey, professor emeritus, University of Bath School of Management

Veronica Hope Hailey is a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, chartered fellow of the CIPD and emeritus professor at the School of Management, University of Bath, where she was also dean and...

HRMI 2022: Simon Fanshawe, co-founder and managing director, Diversity by Design

Simon Fanshawe is the co-founder of diversity and inclusion consultancy Diversity by Design.

HRMI 2022: Binna Kandola, senior partner, Pearn Kandola

Binna Kandola is a professor, business psychologist, senior partner and co-founder of Pearn Kandola.

HRMI 2022: Gemma Dale, lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University 

Gemma Dale is an experienced senior HR professional, chartered fellow of the CIPD, fellow of the HEA and a regular speaker and writer on a variety of HR topics including employee engagement, flexible...

HRMI 2022: Emma Parry, professor of HR management, University of Cranfield

Emma Parry is a professor of HR management and head of the Changing World of Work group at Cranfield School of Management.

HRMI 2022: Paul Taylor-Pitt, founder and creative change consultant, Metamorphosish

Paul Taylor-Pitt found his home in organisational development (OD) and is proud to be part of a worldwide community of practice that helps people and organisations transform.

HRMI 2022: Paul Beesley, director and senior consultant, Beyond Theory

Paul Beesley created Beyond Theory in 2012 with the vision and purpose to help small and medium size businesses grow through meaningful and practical people development.