Chris Bones, Partner & Co-Owner, Good Growth Ltd will be speaking at the upcoming Onrec Conference and Exhibition on the 20th October 2015 in London.
Chris Bones is Partner and co-owner of Good Growth Ltd, a consultancy aimed at transforming commercial and organisation strategies to deliver superior top and bottom line growth over sustained periods of time.
is also professor of Creativity and Leadership at Manchester Business School.??
latest book 'Leading Digital Strategy' was published this year (2015) and has already received considerable praise from senior leaders.
The school is one of Europe's leading institutions holding triple acceditation, a queen's award for enterprise and with its MBA programmes ranked in the world's top 10 by 'The Economist'.?? Prior to leading a business school Chris
worked in Industry for 22 years in mainly HR roles starting in Shell
, moving to GrandMet, Guinness (and after they merged), Diageo
and finally Cadbury Schweppes.??
was an independent director of the UK's Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board and chaired its Audit and Remuneration Committees, Chair of the Terrence Higgins Trust Board and Chair of the Supervisory Group of AIESEC International
and a regular columnist and contributor to newspapers and magazines on management and leadership. ?He led the Reform Commission
for the UK's Liberal Democrat Party in 2007/8.??
acted as an adviser to the Hutton Commission on Fair Pay
in the Public Sector and to the MacLeod Report on Employee Engagement and has advised the last two UK governments in matters associated with business, innovation and skills.
views and experience of developments within the market and highlights the key elements of good practice in presenting the employment brand online as well as some of the common pitfalls and mistakes that companies should avoid.
discusses the growing influence of social media within the market (for employers and for candidates) and stresses the importance of learning the lessons of e-commerce to develop the online recruitment offer.
For customer-centric businesses, there is now a real need for 'employment customers' to be handled as well as your business customers.
This includes the decisions that employers make about how they automate the early stages of recruitment for employment brand and employment outcomes.
With extensive knowledge of the digital environment and global talent development Chris
will use real-life examples, to highlight the importance of listening to the customer - in this case, the job hunter - in the market.