EXCLUSIVE: Employee Benefits Connect 2020 speaker slides

Where speakers have given approval, we have uploaded the speaker slides for the keynote and conference sessions at Employee Benefits Connect 2020, which took place on 26 February 2020 at The Park Plaza Westminster.

Thank you very much to all of the speakers for sharing their ideas, experiences and insights.

Keynote speakers

K1: Opening keynote: Empowering workers to navigate their way to the jobs of the future: How can workplaces innovate?

Ksenia Zheltoukhova, director of research operations, research, analysis and policy, Nesta

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K2: Closing keynote: Culture and people are the new future of work

Angela Williams, chief people officer, British Airways

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Motivation and recognition

A1: Bring your values out to play to meet the demands of the future workforce

Debra Corey, author, speaker and adviser, Reward Gateway

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A2: Implementing a future-proof financial wellbeing programme

Zarina Sahni, head of insights, Salary Finance

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Pay and performance

B1: Reward to drive peak performance in the dynamic workplace of the future

Justine Woolf, director of consulting, Innecto, part of the Personal Group Family

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B2: Leveraging the latest innovations in data to overcome gender and ethnicity gaps

Dawn Moore, group people director, Murphy

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Health and wellbeing

C1: Wellbeing in the future of work: Driving performance through employee experience

Paul West, principal HR consultant, Capita People Solutions

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C2: Linking pay and benefits to propel your reward strategy into the future

Duncan Brown, head of HR consulting, Institute for Employment Studies (IES)

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Technology and AI

D1: How to future-proof your benefits programme in a digital age to attract and retain the very best talent

Helen Fisk, head of product development and strategy, ALD Automotive

Jo Monk, HR director, ALD Automotive

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D2: Understanding the role of HR in the digital tomorrow: Supporting flexible working to meet shifting employee demands

Gareth Davies, head of health, safety and environment, Nokia

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Employee experience

E1: Employee experience post-2020: Closing the gap between employer expectations and shifting employee demands

Saul Meyer, co-founder and chief executive officer, Xexec

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E2: How inclusion impacts employee experience and can be used as a lever to attract future talent

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Andrew Armes, UK head of talent acquisition, Roche

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