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HR Breakfast Bootcamp 2019 | Putting the Spectacular In Employee Experience

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Niamh Madden

Zalando offices, Dublin 2
Zalando Fashion Insights Center, Dublin

Want to start 2019 by flexing your muscles in a HR bootcamp?

Join expert leaders from LinkedIn, Google, Zalando, PwC and Talivest for a power hour at the spectacular Zalando Dublin campus on 13th Feb, 8-9am.

There’s no need to dress in your gym gear as this bootcamp for the mind requires only your curiosity!

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Our event will help you put the “Spectacular” in Employee Experience (S-EX). If you aren’t really learning from your failures, what’s really driving change at your workplace? You’ll learn how to bring S-EXy back in the same amount of time it takes you to watch an episode of Marie Kondo’s Tidying Up.

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Hear from the Experts

This event will feature expert leaders from LinkedInGoogleThe Pudding, ZalandoPwC and Talivest. Hot HR topics like the following will be covered: Employer Branding, Diversity & Inclusion, Employee Experience meets Digitalisation (EX and CX) and People Analytics. Event registration starts from 7.30am with the event kicking off from 8 – 8.45am. There’s optional networking afterwards for you to connect with HR and Employee Engagement leaders attending the event.

We have a fab speaker line-up. Read about them below and stay tuned for bios, interviews and more top tips!

Panel Speakers


Left to right:

  • Niamh O’Connor – Senior Account Manager, The Pudding
  • Niamh McInerney – Head of Graduate Recruitment & Diversity and Inclusion HR Lead, PwC
  • Sean Mullaney – VP Information, Digital Experience, Zalando
  • Luke Whelan – Head of Analytics, Talivest
  • Padraic McMahon –  Event moderator – Employer Branding Consultant, formerly Google & LinkedIn
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