The Author



Susan Popoola is a professionally qualified Human Resources specialist focused on Human Value Optimisation, Global Talent Management, Transformation and Workforce Planning

With years of Human Resources experience working with a specific focus on Talent Management, Workforce Planning & HR Transformation across the public, private and third sector with organisations such as WorleyParsons, Arup, The Department of Health, Kent County Council and The Royal Festival Hall Susan has established her creditability within the field.

With her travel and research into social and community issues at both local and global levels she has established an in-depth knowledge and understanding of how the issues not only impact on society generally but also business and employment. Some of her key research areas include the Social Dynamics of Milton Keynes; Diversity in Britain; The impact of De-industrialisation; Post Katrina New Orleans & The Role of Generation Y; Haiti – Prospects & Unemployment; and The Oil Industry and the Niger Delta area of Nigeria.

Through her work with young people and the Education system first as a Youth Worker and currently as a School Governor, Business Education Enterprise Ambassador and Young Enterprise Judge & Sponsor she has developed a real understanding of Young People – Generation Y. This goes beyond the typical stereotypes with an insight into the needs and most effective processes for engaging them within the workforce.

This combination has enabled her to develop an acute knowledge and insights into the workforce issues facing organisations in the 21st Century, with a unique understanding of real, efficient, and cost effective solutions with lasting impacts tailored to meet each organisation’s needs.

Click here for details of Susan’s second book – Consequences: Diverse to Mosaic Britain

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