Video: Keynote at ASHRM 2016
Talk synopsis: The old paradigms of management are being increasingly challenged as employees look for greater engagement at work. Peter discusses how HR can adapt for the future, and the opportunities to make a real difference in building better work and working lives.
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Here, Peter Cheese talks about the shifting nature of work and HR in the Middle East.
Peter Cheese bio
Peter Cheese joined the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development as chief executive officer in July 2012. He spent 30 years working at Accenture, culminating in a seven- year spell as managing director, leading the firm’s talent and organization performance consulting practice. He also held various executive sponsorship positions for Accenture’s firm-wide skills and capability development programs, and the firm’s global human capital and talent strategy.
After leaving Accenture in 2009, Peter held a portfolio of consulting and non-executive roles. During this time he was also appointed chairman of the Institute of Leadership and Management, a post he stepped down from on his appointment to the CIPD.
Peter sits on the Council of City & Guilds, and he is a European Board Director with Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Europe, an organization focused on the development of entrepreneurial, financial and employability skills in young people through business engagement in schools and universities.
He is also an Executive Fellow at the London Business School, associated with the faculties of Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior. He was voted by HR Magazine as the most influential thinker in HR in the UK for 2013.