Kevin Miller

Kevin Miller
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My 'Why' is to inspire a movement towards truly people-centred organizations. Organizations which see the person first and the employee second. A Coach, facilitator, and catalyst for positive change, I thrive on the challenge of making the world of work better and more humanized for people in organizations. I love networking and collaborating to share fresh ideas, insights and to learn. I have an in-depth knowledge and practical 'hands-on' experience of leading HR and Organizational Development projects. I am a visionary who rethinks what is possible when it comes to HR, leadership and the future of work, igniting positive change in others. Never forgetting the real reason behind my work, I love spending time with my wife Kelly and my children who are the centre of my world and the reason behind my 'Why'.
Throughout my HR career, 'work-life balance' has come up in discussions countless times. People have different interpretations of what work-life balance means.  Whatever the views on work-life balance, and how best to achieve it, the subject remains a hot...
We need to find the right ‘fit’.  It’s important the person ‘fits’ in with us. They need to ‘fit’ our culture and values.  You hear the word ‘fit’ frequently when it comes to hiring decisions. Let’s rethink this approach. Firstly,...
Organisations need more human-centred leadership.  What does this really mean? I think it comes down to whether leaders see the person first or the employee first.  It depends on their view of their role and the world. Are we treating...
When HR works from a true human-centred perspective, we can really deliver a life-changing level of impact.  Whether it's hiring a new employee who has been out of work help regain self-confidence and provide for their family or coaching...
I think it is important to challenge outdated HR thinking and practices. It’s become a major interest of mine having worked most of my life in HR roles. One such practice is job descriptions. I think we need to see an...
As my HR career has developed, I've become less interested 'what' HR does in organizations, and much more interested in 'why' HR does it. Who are we here to serve and what is our purpose? My preoccupation is not to keep...
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