How to break into HR with Sue Liburd MBE DL, Champion of inclusion and businesswoman of the year, Ep 6

The working environment is undergoing a rapid and exhilarating change and you do not want to be left behind.

On How to be the Difference, we help you navigate in and around the intricacies of this new and exciting era, providing the latest career advice from leading industry experts. As the demand for tech-savvy professionals rapidly increases, “the world is your oyster…” has never rang truer, from remote teams and online working platforms to task automation.

If you are looking to begin your career, secure that promotion, find the right role to suit your family’s needs or identify better ways to attract and retain top talent for your company, look no further as we tackle the ever-evolving nature of the working environment, and its future.

Hosted by Talanta’s very own, our Co-founder and Head of Impact, Johanna Molina and Head of Experience, Paul Lynskey.

In this episode of How to be the Difference, we invited Sue Liburd, an award-winning businesswoman with over 25 years of experience in behavioral change, human resource management, and people development. We sit down with Sue to talk about what a job in HR looks like and the different skills needed to succeed in the field. Sue also explains how diversity and inclusion can mean very different things throughout an organization and where the future of HR is headed.

To learn more about amazing internship opportunities, check out Talanta’s website.

Outline of this episode:

  • [0:28] – On Human Resources
  • [1:25] – Sue Liburd, Human Capital Innovation
  • [6:00] – What you need to succeed
  • [10:35] – Setting boundaries
  • [20:10] – The role of HR in remote work
  • [24:08] – Diversity and inclusion
  • [29:28] – The future of HR
  • [33:17] – A career by design
  • [36:50] –  Resources that inspire

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