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Perry Timms

Expert on HR and The Future of Work

Perry Timms is known for his energy, passion and insight around the world of people and work, particularly what lies in the future. Active on all social media platforms, Perry has advised and helped several companies take their steps into the social media world.

"Voted Top 10 in People Management magazine's HR tweeters and bloggers for 2012 and 2013"

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In detail

He is the founder and director of PTHR, a Chartered Member of the CIPD, a Visiting Fellow at Sheffield Hallam Business School and also lectures at UK and international universities. His career has journeyed through HR covering technology and business change, learning, talent and organisational development for over 20 years. Perry started a global learning community of practitioners and is now leading 4 spin-offs into research and innovation, education, digital technology and partnerships. The iPractice is aiming to create alternative models for business and work based on the World Blu freedom at work principles. Perry is a regular writer and blogger for a wide range of organisations and publications such as Glassdor, UKCES and HR Zone and Training Journal.

What he offers you

With his extensive experience in Business Change and HR, Perry has led business change projects, covered project management, organisation development, business transformation and IT change and has designed and built talent strategies. Also a skilled executive coach specialising in high-potential staff, directors & senior managers, Perry helps national and international organisations on HR, Social Media and the future of work topics.

How he presents

Enlightening and thought provoking, Perry Timms' powerful message is well received by audiences at a wide range of events.


He presents in English.

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  • The Future of Work
  • The Digital Workplace
  • Human Resource Management
  • Social Media
  • Business Change


  • 2014
    HR2025 - Human Resource Management in the Future

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