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DHN Elbow Room Events are dedicated personal networking events seeking to replicate the style and personal interactions of physical events.

22.09.21 – DHN Elbow Room Networking

We are delighted to welcome Devyani Vaishampayan, CEO of HR Tech Partnership. as our guest Speaker. (www.hrtechpartnership.com) Her topic will be:-

How Can AI & Digital solutions help people management?

Key points /outline :

  • AI is already a part of our everyday lives
  • A hybrid workplace is forcing managers to think differently
  • One example area ( Coaching & Mentoring) where AI is being deployed
  • A two min video of one solution which brings it to life
  • Which areas of people management are these solutions being deployed
  • Finally, how are AI/digital solutions different to normal IT

What we think is particularly interesting is the intersection of technology and people within which her company operates. It is about enhancing people management capability (particularly the softer areas such as coaching, engagement, leadership etc) through the use of AI/Digital solutions . This means that the user does not have to start over or commission bespoke work. Here is a brief opportunity to find out about – in this instance – what is called the “Human Capital Digital Innovation Hub.”

About our Guest Speaker

Devyani Vaishampayan is the CEO of the HR TECH Partnership, an AI based, innovation and investment venture around digitalisation of the workplace. She is a Non- Executive Director at the British Quality Foundation ,the Law Society and a Board Mentor with Criticaleye, helping CEO’s and senior executives deal with the Future of Work. She is currently Chair of the Tech London Advocates People Tech Group

Prior to this, Devyani has been Group Human Resources Director/CHRO in international FTSE organisations such as BSI, Rolls Royce, British Gas, AT&T, Citibank and Price Waterhouse.

Devyani has been featured in the 2020 Asian Women Leaders List, the 2017 Financial Times “Ethnic Minority Leaders List” and the 2016 , “FTSE 100 ‘Women to Watch ” list by Cranfield Business School.

Devyani holds a degree in Physics & Electronics, an MBA, an advanced MBA and is also a trained Behavioural Scientist. She is considered a thought leader around the Future of Work and is a regular speaker at global forums.

Devonshire House Elbow Room Networking Events provide the opportunity for you to meet new people and catch up with people you may have met before. They seek to replicate the style and feel of actual physical face to face networking events.

Networking has been at the heart of the Devonshire House offering since its original founding in 1967. Our purpose is to create for our members thinking time and space for key business issues, and where people make the difference. Delivered primarily through our broad range of high-level Speaker Events, Panel Debates and Special Events, we have extended our offering to include a direct Networking facility – our online Elbow Room Events. At the heart of Devonshire House are senior decision makers keen to discover and explore original thinking and information generated from all the Events we promote.

Meeting Agenda

5.00pm – Welcome and Intro from Devonshire House

5.10pm – Guest Speaker

5.25pm – Breakout Rooms (25/30 mins)

5.55pm – Feedback and discussion

6.15pm – Close

About Devonshire House

Devonshire House is a people-focused membership club for Director-level professionals in leadership roles who have an instinctive focus on the human side of enterprise. Our purpose is to create, for our members, thinking time and space for key business issues and where people make the difference. At the heart of Devonshire House are senior decision makers keen to discover and explore original thinking and information generated from all the Events we promote. Delivered primarily through our broad range of high-level Speaker Events, Forums, Panel Debates/ Discussions, Information dissemination and peer-to-peer networking, our Members and Members’ guests discover more about organisations and how the effectiveness of their people can be nurtured and grown. Please see – www.DevonshireHouseNetwork.co.uk