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The changing conditions of hybrid work arrangements to attracting and retaining talent have been challenging, but many HR leaders have remained resilient, going above and beyond to support the business. In this session, Anna will share what it means to be a HR leader today and how the past year has shaped HR’s role as a strategic business partner.
- Key lessons on leadership in times of uncertainty
- Skill development including soft skills and workforce planning to adapt and thrive in today’s environment
- Practicing self-care and avoiding burnout
Chief People Officer, SafetyCulture
The workplace environment and aptitude is changing at an accelerating pace. Employee expectations are altering with many seeking greater flexibility, inclusivity and work-life balance in addition to a competitive remuneration package. With talent shortages on the rise, how are organisations changing their talent attraction strategy? In this session, hear how Atlassian has leveraged authentically-lived experiences to attract globally distributed talent.
- Communicating a clear company purpose and its values
- Creating flexible and inclusive distributed working preferences
- Supporting growth with career and skill development programs
Vice President, Head of HR Asia Pacific & Global M&A Lead, Atlassian
Global Head of Talent Acquisition, Atlassian
Many organisations rapidly shifted to remote work arrangements with an emergence of HR technology and tools for a hybrid workforce. With most employees continuously working remotely, how do you determine the value of adopting new tech in a fast-changing world?
- Rethinking your HR technology strategy to align with the company’s goals
- Focusing on value creation and workforce experiences as ultimate outcomes
- Selecting programs for a multigenerational workforce
- Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) for health, workforce, and economic insights
- Evaluating existing technology and determining its value
Chief People and Sustainability Officer, Domain
In Australia, 66% of employees are a flight risk, with 36% open to the right opportunity and 30% actively looking. But keeping your best employees is solvable if you’re willing to change the way you think about human capital management. The rules have changed in the war for talent, and the stakes are higher than ever. Good compensation, growth opportunities and flexibility are critical, but there’s more employers can do to achieve long-term employee retention. Join us as we dive into Ceridian’s 2022 Pulse of Talent and learn.
- Current employee sentiment on their workplaces and employers
- Three key areas employers should focus on today for long-term employee retention
- How to embed value everywhere in your employee experience and use technology to optimize it
Senior Manager Value Advisory Principal, Ceridian
District Vice President of Sales, Ceridian
Face-to-face interactions are difficult to replicate in the virtual world however fostering connections continues to be a necessity for a positive work culture. In this workshop, Arabella will demonstrate how to overcome barriers in virtual communications including tips on making an authentic connection virtually.
- Creating more personal connections by shifting the way you relate
- Identifying and communicating boundaries to maintain work-life balance
- Using informal coaching conversations to keep people on track
- Leveraging storytelling to reinforce relationships and overcome obstacles
Director, Resonate Communications
While technology has made us more digitally connected than ever before, employees are feeling increasingly disconnected from their roles, teams, companies. How can HR leaders lead with purpose and create meaningful connections between employees and the company?
Group Chief People Officer, nib Group
From return-to-work preparations to changes in industrial relations and Enterprise Agreement (EA) bargaining, this session will look at the changing legal obligations expected for HR directors.
- Understanding significant changes to the legal obligations of HR directors
- The industrial relations agenda post-federal election
- Examining EA bargaining trends and future trajectory
CEO & Director, Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
Executives are at the forefront of a rapidly changing workplace, experiencing greater stress levels that are often ignored. Creating a culture of understanding and normalising mental health conversations can begin with authentic and honest leaders. Hear how Caren has learned to lead by example on self-care and prioritising mental wellbeing.
Chief People Officer, Ramsay Health Care
With HR steering the transformation of a future-ready workforce, how are organisations equipping employees with the skills they need to adapt in a changing world? In this session, panellists will share the steps they are taking to prepare their workforce with future skills.
- Identifying the required capabilities for the future
- Mapping out a digital workforce transformation
- Examples of job redesigns to adapt to changing roles
- Successful learning and development initiatives with measurable outcomes
- Preparing for a multigenerational shift in the workforce
Product and Workforce Transformation Director, RMIT Online
Chief Human Resources Officer, Export Finance
Chief Human Resources Officer, Merivale
Chief People & Corporate Affairs Officer, humm group
From snap lockdowns to rapid digital transformation, the HR landscape is evolving and HR leaders play a pivotal role in delivering effective change management. In this session, Amy will discuss change management strategies to overcome disruption.
- Re-evaluating outdated change management processes
- Managing change as an ongoing process through adaptation and flexibility
- Identifying the latest set of skills and behaviours to be an effective change agent
- Creating a strong communication strategy
- Tips to encourage employee buy-in
Chief People Officer, Frucor Suntory
Building inclusive leadership practices is essential for cultivating a positive culture and employee experience in any organisation. In our current climate, it’s imperative for leaders to bring people together and leverage the power of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). In this session, hear how Google has developed inclusive leadership practices for a diverse workforce.
- Aligning company values and creating a culture of belonging
- How can leaders adjust to align with an inclusive leadership strategy?
- Linking employee wellbeing to your DEI focus
- Customising your communication approach for different employee groups
- How can people analytics advance and drive DEI initiatives?
Head of Inclusion and Equity Program, APAC, Google
With employees experiencing burnout and seeking change in their roles, organisations need to revamp their career progression plans to align with the changing employee experience. How can we enhance the way we support employees in their growth? Hear how hipages Group has redesigned their career development programs to fully support their employees’ drive to grow, develop, and learn.
- Providing clarity and growth opportunities in career paths
- How to create meaningful mentorships in remote settings
- Supporting career frameworks with a robust learning and development strategy
Chief People & Culture Officer, hipages Group
Technology and digitalisation have enabled organisations to gather more data than ever before. However, more data doesn't always lead to more actionable insights and outcomes. HR leaders must identify the key metrics that will enable them to develop workforce strategies and the improve the overall employee experience.
- Identifying key metrics that provide insight into HR strategy development
- Aligning business goals and operational outcomes through people analytics
- Recognising the limits of HR data when making final decisions
Chief People Officer, Nearmap
The role of the middle manager is shifting in response to the changing nature of the workplace. What is the future role of the middle manager and how can HR leaders support them in their development?
- How technology is automating workflows, improving communication and simplifying performance management for middle managers
- Maintaining connections and aligning teams with the overall company vision
- Creating diverse career development opportunities for middle managers
Head of Learning, Capabilities and Training Standards, Transdev
Chief People & Culture, Chief Corporate Communications Officer, Transdev
In this session, hear how CSL has developed a strong EVP to gain competitive advantage and attract top-tier talent.
Director, Global Enabling Functions & APAC Talent Acquisition, CSL
HR leaders have been pivotal in the growth and rebuilding of companies, providing strategic guidance during market instability. How can HR leaders continue to effectively support the CEO and company vision?
- Understanding the top priorities of CEOs in 2022
- How can HR leaders help clarify an organisation’s value, purpose and vision?
- Embedding your CEO’s vision in your HR strategies
- How can we identify key talent roles and use them to create value?
Chief People and Culture Officer, The a2 Milk Company
Managing Director, South APAC, LHH
Chief People Officer, The GPT Group
Deputy Secretary, People & Operations, Department of Premier and Cabinet (NSW)
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