Member Since: 23rd Dec 2014
Kate’s passion at work is for bridging the gap between technology and people at work, translating for HR professionals the language of HR systems and making meaningful their potential. She believes that success with people technology is through people and that people are the differentiator.
Using simple techniques drawn from HR experience, project management, business psychology and analogy with everyday life, Kate presents and explains how to work well with technology and technology projects in an HR leadership role.
With a background in contrasting private and public sector HR management, Kate developed her thinking in seeking for herself to understand her first HR systems project-work. Currently she leads as Managing Director for Phase 3 Consulting, offering an independent take on the HR systems market in the UK.
Kate’s guiding principle is that openness offers knowledge-sharing, credibility and trust, best delivered with incorrigible enthusiasm.
Managing Director Phase 3 Consulting
6th Dec 2018
Reliance on technology and understanding its language can create communication barriers. To offset this, HR professionals need to develop...Business
9th Jan 2017
In 2016 we saw disruption and change in the UK market for HR systems, and 2017 looks to be the same. But change - and in particular,...Future
14th Dec 2016
It becomes a cliché to review a technology year as one of 'disruption and growth', and to project the same for the year ahead. Of 2016/2017...Change
24th Nov 2016
We're always curious to hear how our members and contributors tackle the challenges that the ever-changing world of HR throws at them. We'...People
22nd Sep 2016
In my previous article I hoped to convince as to why I’m not about to click any magic button to run a payroll. The comment “Payroll is just...Business
20th Sep 2016
If you’d like to press emotive buttons in the world of HR and Payroll this is a great way to start. At the heart of this comment are some...Business