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People Power Virtual Conference

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Book NowPEOPLE POWER is the one day conference and exhibition designed to help you boost productivity across your organisation by placing a thriving, engaged workforce at the heart of your business success.

For 2020 we have gone online and are running People Power as a fully interactive virtual conference with a UK wide audience and an innovative delegate experience.

Keynotes and industry thought leaders will motivate and inspire with their stories of success, whilst workshops, seminars and 1-2-1 meetings will provide you with the practical tools and techniques to implement in your organisation. 

Join us at People Power and empower your people to succeed.

BOOK YOUR FULL ACCESS CONFERENCE TICKETS FOR 18 SEPTEMBER

✔ Attend your choice of conference sessions on the day.

✔ Receive a delegate pack complete with:

  • Complimentary copy of keynote Nigel Risner's latest book Zoo Keeper Rules for the Office
  • Refreshments
  • Resources
  • Full event guide

✔ Catch up on what you miss with unlimited access to all recorded presentations.

✔ Network with other attendees using the virtual meeting hub.

Standard ticket price: £35+VAT 

People Power will be run online using OnAIR by EventsAIR. Our agenda includes quality content from leading experts on topics such as employee engagement, recruitment / retention, productivity, health & wellbeing, ICT skills, conflict resolution, HR management, communication, change management, emotional intelligence, agile working, effective leadership.

Our technology platform allows you to attend People Power from your home, office or whilst on the move using any mobile device.

  • A seamless and intuitive online experience
  • Select any session of your choice
  • Full conference content recorded and available to all delegates
  • Audience interaction and engagement
  • Live Q&A and polling
  • Explore our virtual exhibition
  • Networking, group conversations and 1-2-1 meetings

Your Delegate Pack will include snacks and refreshments to keep your energy levels high, as well as training handouts, resources and the latest book from keynote Nigel Risner “Zookeeper Rules for the Office”.

Keynotes, seminars and workshops are running throughout the day. All our content will be recorded allowing delegates to have full access  after the conference. Networking opportunities to meet exhibitors and other attendees are built into our agenda. Our virtual exhibition is open all day, so request a meeting with sponsors or exhibitors at any time.

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