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HR Lunchtime Debate on unlocking potential adds speaker

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Ruth Cornish, co-founder and director of HRi and Amelore, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on unlocking hidden opportunities and potential in the workforce.

As co-founder of the UK body for independent HR and people professionals, Cornish provides support, development and a voice for external HR and people consultancy businesses.

Through Amelore she provides HR and payroll support to scale ups such as notonthehighstreet.com, Monica Vinader and Ankorstore and consultancy services to the clients of Mazars.

Cornish has a background in financial services, professional services and the public sector, is a regular guest on BBC Radio Gloucestershire and writes as a guest HR expert for The Guardian.

She is passionate advocate for the HR profession and uses her independent status to share advice and best practice to her fellow HR independents across the industry.

The webinar, run in partnership with SHL, will look at how HR and managers can help employees to rediscover their potential and reinvigorate their careers, while also uncovering opportunities to support the organisation’s vision for the future.

By helping languishing employees find their strengths, HR can bring fresh skills to areas of an organisation not considered before.

With a new understanding in their own capabilities, talent will thrive and business will gain as a result.

Cornish will be joined by Teri Ellison, chief HR officer at SHL and HR magazine deputy editor Beau Jackson.

The HR Lunchtime Debate will take place on 13 September at 12:30m.

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