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Tom Hadley is the Director of Policy & Professional Services at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) - the professional body for the UK recruitment industry, representing 3,200 corporate members and over 10,000 individual members of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP).
Specific areas of responsibility include government relations, compliance policy and driving proactive campaigns in areas such as inclusion and social mobility, skills, industrial strategy, the future of jobs and youth employment.
Tom is a regular media commentator on labour market and employment issues and is board member of the World Employment Confederation (Europe). He also represents the REC on a number of government advisory forums and committees and works with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in the ‘capacity building’ of business organisations around the world. Previous jobs have included working for the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the European Commission and for the French multi-national Vivendi.
Tom is a former national league rugby player and is an RFU accredited coach.
Daniel is an Evangelist at Indeed, the world’s #1 search engine for jobs, where he works across the Employer Insights team for EMEA. Previously he was Global Marketing Director at LifeWorks and also led Global Digital teams at Vodafone Group and Microsoft. Daniel's extensive experience in marketing innovation and data driven insights enables him to focus in on three core areas at Indeed - strategy, data and insights from which to deliver support and value to all customers. He lives in London with his young family.
Elisabeth Kelan, PhD, is a Professor of Leadership and Organisation at Essex Business School, University of Essex. Her research focuses on women in leadership, men as change agents for gender equality, generations at work, and diversity and inclusion.
She has published two books (Rising Stars - Developing Millennial Women as Leaders and Performing Gender) and numerous peer-reviewed articles in academic journals. Elisabeth Kelan held a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship and was a Dahlem International Professor of Gender Studies at Freie Universität Berlin. She won various awards for her research and the Times featured her as one of the management thinkers to watch. Her research is regularly discussed in the media. She sits on the advisory board of the Women’s Empowerment Principles, a partnership initiative of UN Women and the UN Global Compact.
She is an associate editor of the journal Gender, Work and Organization and is on the editorial boards of the British Journal of Management, Management Learning and Gender in Management. She regularly provides thought-leadership and consulting to businesses and international organisations.
Elisabeth Kelan worked at London Business School, King's College London, Cranfield School of Management, Zurich University and the London School of Economics and Political Science where she also earned her PhD.