Welcome to our branch area
As Chair of the Humber Branch, I am delighted to welcome you to our Humber branch webpage. You can find details of your branch committee below. We are always delighted in welcoming anyone interested in getting involved in our branch activities, either as a one off or on a more regular basis.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested in having a chat about this.
2020 has proved to be a year like no other. We began it with many challenges for the Humber, including Brexit implications, skills shortages (including in areas of growth) and the challenges of the economic climate. And then we faced a pandemic. That said, what a great time to be involved in the people profession within the Humber region! Our profession is key to realising the potential of our region to find, retain, reward and develop the talent which will make us successful.
I encourage you to get involved in any way you can, including attending our branch events (detailed below and currently all held virtually), where you can chat to any of our committee members and make suggestions on how we can make your branch even more effective. Please also keep in touch with us via social media, including: LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
Finally, I look forward to speaking to you at one of our next CIPD Humber Branch events, whether it is the first time you attend, or you are one of our regular supporters.
Phil Quinn, Chartered FCIPD
CIPD Humber, Branch Chair
Learn about our branch
To support the CIPD by providing a forum for all HR and L&D professionals in the Humber region that:
- contributes to the development and promotion of good practice in the field of management and development of people by providing accessible opportunities for continuing professional development
- supports local educational institutions who provide programmes to those seeking to enter the professional body through approved routes of study
- represents the views and looking after the interests of CIPD members within the Humber region and
- promotes and upholds excellent working practices within human resource management and development.
Our committee is run by volunteers who are elected every year at our annual meeting. If you are interested in learning more about our activities or would like to get involved, or if you have a suggestion for an event topic that may be of interest to the branch members, please do get in touch with us.
The Humber Branch Mentoring Scheme aims to help CIPD students and practitioners (mentees) to develop their personal and professional competencies through mentoring provided by more experienced HR practitioners (mentors). Mentoring is an arrangement in which an experienced individual (mentor) offers ongoing support and guidance to a less experienced individual (mentee) to help the mentee manage his or her own learning and career development.
Mentoring can focus on several different areas: to explore latent abilities, to provide knowledge and skills as opportunities and needs arise, for the mentor to serve as a critical friend who enables the mentee to sharpen skills and hone their thinking. Mentoring can be especially beneficial during career transition.
This member-to-member mentoring scheme is volunteer-led.
We aim to link HR & L&D professionals with the distinct purpose of enabling the mentee to: develop themselves; better meet work challenges; develop strengths and competencies; learn from example and mistakes; and gain knowledge and more experience.
The mentor will also benefit from our scheme by: gaining satisfaction from nurturing and enabling an individual to develop; helping to unleash untapped potential; being instrumental in career transition and/or transformation, and developing their own skills and CPD.
If you want to consider being mentored or have some time to offer to become a branch mentor, with training and support available, please get in touch.
CIPD North are building a network of members, volunteers and stakeholders to develop the profession, build our policy relevance and reach, and establish the voice of CIPD North. We are also a part of a longstanding voluntary partnership of the ten northern England branches covering between them an area from the Scottish border down to Cheshire in the West and South Yorkshire in the East and providing services to around 24,000 members.