The CIPD Festival of Work - updated 27 March 2020

In light of restrictions on events due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the CIPD and Haymarket Media Group (who deliver events on behalf of the CIPD) are exploring all the available options, with regards to this event.

We appreciate this is a difficult time for all. Our intention is to offer you support and keep you updated on the event’s position during these unprecedented times, whilst we continue to work to deliver the best event experience for you.

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Paul Aldrich

SpecialityGlobal Head of People and Performance and Marketing, Pemberton Asset Management

Dr Paul Aldrich has over 25 years’ talent management experience covering banking, asset and wealth management, insurance and professional services across EMEA, APAC and the US. He started his career at Price Waterhouse in London, worked for the Chase Manhattan Bank in London and Hong Kong and is Global Head of People, Performance and Marketing at Pemberton Asset Management.

Paul has a doctorate in business from Durham University, which focused on the role and influence of human resource management and talent portfolio/people risk management. He also has an MBA from Durham where he is a Visiting Fellow at the Business School and is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Roehampton’s Business School and Visiting Lecturer at Newcastle University Business School. His current research interests focus on leadership development coaching and the impact of technology on the future of work.

Paul is a Fellow of the CIPD, member of the Guild of HR Professionals, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, British Psychological Society qualified occupational test user, executive coach and member of the International Coaching Federation.

In 2019 Paul co-authored a book which is published by Kogan Page Building an Outstanding Workforce.

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by Paul Aldrich