Personnel Today HR Power Players – vote for the winner

We want your vote to help us decide who is HR’s top Power Player.

Over the past few months the Personnel Today editorial team has started compiling its annual list of HR’s top practitioners with valued input from our editorial advisory board members, a wide range of academics, top HR directors and opinion-formers, as well as our readers. Thanks to everyone who sent in nominations.

We have now come up with a shortlist of the top HR practitioners and we want your vote to help us decide who is crowned number one. The votes will count towards the final decision made by the Personnel Today team and a panel of experts.

So how do you identify a power player? We have defined the attributes of a ‘power player’ as influential, visible, innovative, commercially focused and media-savvy. This year the list again focuses exclusively on practitioners who demonstrate strong business acumen and represent both the HR function internally and their profession as a whole.

We now want you to vote from a shortlist of 10 for the person you think should be number one. Click on the name below and register your vote.

Vote for Clare Chapman, NHS

Vote for Tanith Dodge, M&S

Vote for David Fairhurst, McDonald’s

Vote for Helen Giles, Broadway

Vote for Gill Hibberd, Buckinghamshire County Council

Vote for Liane Hornsey, Google

Vote for Tim Miller, Standard Chartered

Vote for Angela O’Connor, NPIA

Vote for Martin Tiplady, Met Police

Vote for Caroline Waters, BT

The full list will appear in the 29 September issue with the winner announced shortly afterwards.

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