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Disrupt HR South Wales 14.09.22


After a  few false starts, (largely due to a global pandemic) we launched Disrupt HR Cardiff in March 2022.  We were keen to bring this energetic  event – and it’s audience, to the wider South Wales HR community.  It seemed perfectly fitting to host this event at our new home, the newly refurbished (and rather fabulous) Newport Market.

Our Speakers

Sam Heighway, Founder, Be Business fit

Behaviour Matters

Sam talks about the fact that it’s not just about having business values in place, but that our behaviour matters, that’s what makes the impact on culture and ultimately will lead to success.

Luke Takeuchi, CEO, RHA Wales

How is scepticism working for you? 

Creating a positive culture for a business can enable it to achieve great things. Optimism and vision can drive you and your company to a place where you didn’t think you would get to.

Ben Gallacher, Founder, Inrehearsal

Why digital learning will or won’t work for your organisation 

Ben shares the most common myths for why digital learning isn’t or won’t work within an organisation – plus collective insights, experiences and tips on how to build digital learning into your key L&D strategy.

Jemma MacLean, Director, Insight HRC Ltd

Human Horticulture

Cultivate your perfect organisational garden by treating your people like plants.  The right amount of support, nurturing and the a stable environment can help your human plants to flourish.

Katrina Jackson, HR Manager UK & Europe, SIMS

What women want

We are refusing to accept positive discrimination as a means to levelling the playing field.

Yusuf Ibrahim, Associate Dean for Teaching & Learning ,Cardiff & Vale College

Digital Provocation

Strategy, infrastructure and cultural change. What does this mean in the context of digital transformation? In a world moving towards automation, this talk looks at the need to provoke & disrupt our ways of thinking.


Stuart Paviour, Wellbeing consultant, Business Psychologist and Executive Coach 

Are Health apps actually improving health?  Or are they potentially making us ill?!

In this talk Stuart reviews this ‘work sick’ paradigm and provides an alternative, the ‘river of life’ paradigm, revealing how we can (in the moment) change our brain states and achieve levels of happiness that drive the highest levels of performance, health and success for all.

Our highlight reel from the evening can be viewed here

If you would like to speak at a Disrupt HR South Wales event, we would love to hear from you! Please contact laura@insight-hrc.co.uk


Get in touch

If you would like to discuss how we can help your organisation, then please get in touch with a member of our team.