The HR Lifetime Achievement Award is the highest accolade bestowed by HR magazine on an individual in recognition of their outstanding and exceptional contribution to HR thinking or practice. Winners take their place in the HR Most Influential Hall of Fame.
Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge has worked directly with a number of organisations across sectors, industry and global regions to deliver powerful transformational change, which is what she is known for.
McNeil was appointed government chief people officer on 1 January 2016, joining the Civil Service from Lloyds Banking Group, where he was the group HR director.
An advocate for anti-racism in business, and managing director of anti-racism advisory firm HR Rewired, Daniels is a proactive champion for the need to focus on transformative change which removes...
Eugenio Pirri has dedicated his career to ensuring that people are the cornerstone of every business decision.
Harvey Francis is executive vice president and chief people officer at Skanska UK, a role he has held since 2008.
David Frost is people and organisational development director at Dole, the world’s largest fresh produce supplier, with 40,000 people operating out of 30 countries.
John Amaechi is a chartered scientist, respected organisational psychologist and the founder of APS Intelligence, a consultancy that partners with organisations across sectors to help them imagine and...