Karren Brady, businesswoman, ‘ﬁrst lady of football’, and Alan Sugar’s trusted advisor on The Apprentice, has been confirmed today as keynote speaker for MHR’s exclusive HR Director’s meeting, to be held at Claridge’s on 6 December 2017.
Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge became Managing Director of Birmingham City Football Club at just 23 years old, and is now one of the most well-known business personalities in the UK. At MHR’s HR Directors Club meeting, she will share her no-nonsense leadership insight with an intimate crowd, addressing how best to harness the assets of people in business. The main objective of the talk is to provide the audience with crucial lessons to help drive team and business performance.
John Mills, Chairman and Founder of MHR says: “We are delighted to have confirmed Karren Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge CBE as speaker for our fifth HR Directors event, which is the most highly anticipated event to date. The high profile speakers that we secure for our exclusive meetings are all inspirational business leaders and experts in their field, and Karren is no exception. Coupled with the intimate style of our meetings, the HR Directors Club provides guests with a unique opportunity to share and gain insight from like-minded professionals, something that is held in high regard by all attendees and has created a loyal following of returning members. We are very much looking forward to the upcoming meeting in December, and are excited about the insight that Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge will share from her exceptional business career.”
MHR Chairman and entrepreneur, John Mills, founded the HR Directors Club in April 2015. Hosted at its signature venue, Claridge’s Hotel, Mayfair, the HR Directors Club attracts HR Directors and CEOs from all over the UK. Previous speakers have included: the Lord Grade of Yarmouth CBE (former Chairman of ITV and the BBC), Lord Stuart Rose (Former Chief Executive and Chairman of Marks & Spencer), Baroness Manningham Buller (former head of MI5), Martin Tiplady (former HR Director of the London Metropolitan Police) and Justin King CBE (former CEO of Sainsbury’s and current Vice-Chair of private equity firm Terra Firma).