How to Build an All-Star Startup Team

12th February 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Description

Great people make great businesses. No one does it on their own!

In this workshop, based on successfully growing and selling 5 businesses, you’ll find out:

Why and when do you need great people?
How can you find, attract and keep the best?
What if it doesn’t work out?
The one word secret to successful people management!

Facilitator

Professor William Scott-Jackson

Professor William Scott-Jackson is Chairman of Oxford Strategic Consulting and Visiting Professor at Cass Business School. He is also an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Mutual and Employee-owned Business at Oxford University, a member of the Vice Chancellor’s Circle and of Pembroke, St Cross and Kellogg Colleges. He is an external PhD Supervisor for several Universities. He, and his teams, carry out advanced research and consultancy work focusing on the development of human capital, entrepreneurial capabilities, human resource effectiveness and the development of national leadership.

Alongside this research/consulting role, William is an entrepreneur and very early stage investor in Oxford Spin-outs.

Named by CIPD as one of the top five HR thinkers, William is regularly invited to consult and present on behavioural and social issues, strategic human resources and leadership. His book on Transforming happiness, engagement and wellbeing was published recently and other publications include ‘HR with Purpose’, ‘The Gulf Leadership Style’, “Maximising the Employment of Saudi Women”, “The Future of HR” and “Strategic Differentiating Capabilities”. He is the author of the Chartered Management Institute’s Guide ‘Learning to Lead’, and ‘Managing Human Capital’ and the CIPD guide to HR Outsourcing. His is an engaging and popular speaker on subjects ranging from growth stages of start-ups through to happiness (!). Current research includes future models of work (with Henley), happiness and engagement (with the UAE government) and building human capabilities for nations (with Oman). William is an advisor for various governments on subjects such as national happiness and wellbeing, academic advisor to the Chartered Management Institute’s Human Capital Working Group, a member of the CMI Academic Advisory Board and the CIPD Professional Standards Faculty as well as the national advisory board on ‘Valuing your Talent’.

FOR UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD STUDENTS ONLY

Who is this Event For?

Undergraduates – Postgraduates – DPhil candidates

Details

Date:
12th February 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
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Organiser

Oxford Foundry
Phone:
+44 (0)1865 288990
Email:
info@oxfordfoundry.ox.ac.uk
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