Conference speaker David Green is a globally respected writer, speaker, and executive consultant on global analytics, data-driven HR, and the future of work. Working with HR practitioners and organisations, he helps leverage analytical insights from employee data, thereby driving business outcomes, increasing performance, and improving employees’ overall experience and wellbeing in the workplace.
The Executive Director at Insight222, David Green helps create cultural and economic value in an organization by means of the ethical use of people data and analytics. Before his time at Insight222 and taking on the role of board advisor to TrustSphere, he held the position of Global Director of People Analytics at IBM Watson Talent.
Considered one of the most influential People Analytics experts around, David Green is often invited to both chair and speak at various industry forums, conferences, and seminars across the globe. Amongst the cities he has visited in these roles are included Berlin, Helsinki, Moscow, New York, Singapore, London, Sidney, and a host of others. He has been the Main Stage MC at UNLEASH World in Amsterdam, is a regular speaker at moderator at various UNLEASH shows in both Europe and North America, taken on the role of main chair at the Tucana People Analytics World and People Analytics Forum conferences, and is the co-chair of the People Analytics & Future of Work conferences that take place in London, San Francisco, and Philadelphia each year.
A prolific writer and active social media contributor, David Green has seen his articles and blogs build up an extensive following. His writings have seen him receive numerous industry accolades. Amongst these, he counts Best Writer at the HR Tech Writers’ Awards. He has also been included as one of 10 “Power Profiles” for HR by LinkedIn and is regularly included as an HR and the future of work influencer on various influencer lists.
As a conference speaker, David Green has over 20 years’ experience in the human resources and talent management space. He has a deep knowledge of people analytics, digital HR, and talent acquisition. As a speaker, he gives audiences unique perspectives and insights into various areas of people analytics. He lives in the UK and presents in English.
“David is a very customer-focused individual and brings a wealth of cross-sector corporate experience to his work. He thinks to the longer term, and has a strong strategic relationship approach to to his work around customers - quick to see opportunities for mutual benefit. He is very personable and professional to work with, and will no doubt continue to drive value in customer-oriented roles.”
“David is fast becoming a well-deserved go-to expert in the field of talent, analytics and the future of work. I initially invited him to speak at an Openreach HR event where he took the audience on an amazing journey charting the disruptive influences impacting the workplace and was incredibly well-received. Backed up by some insightful blogs and articles David should be on everyone's HR speaker / writer list at this moment.”
“David has a rare combination of capabilities and values that make him outstanding at finding and delivering solutions to complex business challenges. He is open, authentic, inquisitive and totally trustworthy. And he is analytical, structured in his thought processes, an expert in all things data, is able to build deep relationships and combines strategic thinking with pragmatic outcomes. He was an outstanding leader within our Solutions team and I would not hesitate to recommend him.”
“I relished working with David, he is pragmatic, commercially minded and great fun. David and his team enabled us to implement a huge European project at pace, which was critical to our business plan and was achieved with huge success.”
“David co-chaired the People Analytics 2015 conference in London and did an outstanding job. Very engaging, knowledgeable and articulate. I had no hesitation in inviting him back for the 2016 conference and I look forward to a continued relationship as we begin new projects in the People Analytics space.”