adj. Relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.

‘in this era of post-truth politics, it's easy to cherry-pick data and come to whatever conclusion you desire’

‘some commentators have observed that we are living in a post-truth age’

Loyalty and commitment in a post-truth economy

What if a happy workforce is not, after all, a productive workforce?

What if annual engagement surveys are a waste of time and money?

In our latest breakfast seminar, Simon Russell will grapple with these and other pressing questions, finally leading us from doubt and uncertainty into the broad and sunny uplands of commitment, collaboration and professional fulfilment.

Since 1985, Simon has been inviting employers to tell it like it is and shame the devil. He now runs the ThirtyThree consulting team that specialises in internal communications and engagement. 

A light breakfast of coffee and croissants will be served at 8.45am and the presentation will run from 9.15am – 10.30am. Numbers are limited, so please RSVP to to secure your space.

Open to HR professionals.

Our speakers

Simon Russell

Head of Consulting


Free Word Centre
60 Farringdon Road

Wednesday 28th June 2017, from 8.45am


Free Word Centre
60 Farringdon Road

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