What our members say
We care what our members think. Read some of their comments below.
Are you a member? We're always keen to hear your comments, receive feedback on our events and consider suggestions for the HR Network as a whole. Contact Gwen Leeming: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teresa Newell - Head, People and Workforce, Foreign and Commonwealth Office:
'IES is a great source of high quality advice and best practice. They bring together HR practitioners from different sectors, and facilitate networking and sharing – I have made connections with many people through IES events. I like the mix of academic thinking and practical experience.'
Steve Corkerton - HR Director, Border Force:
'The Institute consistently achieves that rare balance of cutting edge workforce thinking combined with a practical perspective of what is possible in real organisations. The IES HR Network provides an opportunity to hear some outstanding thought leaders, meet fellow practitioners and discuss experiences.'
Selena Lansley - Head of London Regional Employers' Organisation, London Councils:
'a reliable, trustworthy and client focused strategic partner, providing London boroughs with expert knowledge, new ideas and external challenge that have supported real improvements across the London local government workforce.'
Paul McCann, Group HR Director, ISG:
'Membership of the IES HR Network is something I have valued for several years. The CPD and coaching opportunities have provided me with challenge and support. My colleagues have benefitted from development sessions with IES experts. The evidence-based research and training is relevant and practical.'
Dean Morley, Director of Human Resources, Kingston University:
'The IES HR Network has been particularly valuable to me in moving organisations and sectors as their robust research based approach provides sector specific insights as well as bringing this together into cross-industry insights. Their workshops allow individual organisations to draw different options and routes dependent upon their aims & context.'