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Susan Popoola
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HR Professional & advocate for everyday people with a broad point of view about people & life. Author of “Touching the Heart of Milton Keynes” & more to come.
HR Professional & advocate for everyday people with a broad point of view about people & life. Author of “Touching the Heart of Milton Keynes” & more to come.

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If you are between the ages of 18 and 25 years old and live or work within a professional environment within the Milton Keynes area, this is an event, which will be of interest to you.

Do you ever get frustrated that people constantly talk about young adults within the workplace, but never take the time to ask you for your opinions?

This is an opportunity for you to share what’s on your mind in relation to the workplace, inclusive of your experiences of what works well for your, what could be better and the things that you are concerned about.

 It’s also an opportunity for you to meet and network with peers and to learn from them.

The event also includes an inspirational Guest Speaker; Daniel Delderfield,
A dedicated Footballer who rose through a professional Football Academy as a youngster, Dan has overcome insurmountable challenges in such a young career. Dan has been able to continue a successful athletic career whilst gaining extensive knowledge and qualification in Psychology, Leadership, Community Engagement and Counseling. Dan has helped people at all stages of their career take the next step to achieve their dreams.

Refreshments will also be provided

Information from the event will be used for a report to inform employers on how to best Employ and Engage Young Professionals.

This event will run under Chatham House rules, which means that the event will run under the Chatham House rule*.

 Do register early, as places are limited. 

Susan Popoola, Conning Towers Ltd
In association with SEMLEP (South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership) and Project Management Institute (PMI)
 
* The Chatham House Rule. When a meeting, or a part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), not that of any other participants may be revealed.

Ref: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/young-professionals-roundtable-on-the-workplace-tickets-15866735834
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