During two transformative days, participants will expand their HR leadership skills in key areas while benefiting from the expertise of speakers from a wide variety of industries. This is not just another ‘death by PowerPoint’ conference. This event will challenge your pre-conceptions and enhance your ability to lead and deliver effective change.
The fighting spirit of a champion
Be inspired by the story of Australia’s most successful track cyclist, who made one of the great comebacks in Australian Olympic history at the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008 and remains just the fourth Australian track cyclist to compete in four Olympics.
Anna Meares, Track cyclist champion and Australia team captain, Rio Olympics 2016
Mentally healthy workplaces: Good for people, good for business
Employers today have legal and ethical obligations to provide mentally safe and healthy workplaces. This session will explore best-practice guidelines for designing jobs and workplaces to support employees and reduce mental health risks.
Lucinda Brogden, Mental Health Commissioner
Australian HR Awards exclusive: The elements of a high-performance team
What does it take to build an award-winning HR team? This panel brings together Australian HR Team of the Year finalists for a candid discussion about what has worked for them. Featuring Alec Bashinksy, Deloitte; Kalena Jefferson, Southern Cross Care; Alla Keogh, MYOB and Michelle Zimany, Sanofi
What will be the next big HR breakthrough?
In a new TED talk-style session, HR Director of tech company Envato will take the stage to offer his perspective on the future of HR. Designed to get you thinking!
Innovative HR: Enabling the workplace of tomorrow
David Mallon, Head of Research, Bersin by Deloitte
Tales from the HR trenches: Lessons from the Masters wind-down
Gain insight into the largest voluntary wind-down in Australian corporate history.Gillian Davie, Director Human Resources, Masters Home Improvement