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As we continue to recover and rebuild, CHROs are rethinking the importance of trust. How can we rebuild trust and resilience with our workforces?
- Strategies to build physical, emotional, financial and ethical trust
- Re-engaging employees with your vision and mission
- Rebuilding organisation and team culture post COVID-19
Group Executive Talent and Culture, ANZ
Hear from our panellists about the powerful role that the CHRO can play in driving and leading evidence-based workplace mental health strategies.
- Strategic and evidence-based approaches to staff wellbeing
- How to help employees to manage their anxiety
- Practical case studies of successful mental health campaigns
- The role of the c-suite in driving mental health campaigns
- Executive mental health: how CHROs can support the CEO and executive team
- Remote approaches to wellbeing such as apps, webinars and support forums
Co-Founder and CEO, Unmind
Chief Mental Health Officer, Westpac
Group Chief People Officer, Ramsay Health Care
Group Director, People & Culture, Coca-Cola Amatil
Chief People Officer, Xero
WORKSHOP 1: The neuroscience of resilience: How to refuel our brains for ongoing volatility
In an uncertain and constantly changing world, how do we ensure our workforces have the emotional agility needed to sustain the myriad of challenges and opportunities we face? Drawing on insights from scientific fields like neuroscience and positive psychology, explore some of the practical, evidence-based tools we can apply in the workplace to fuel our brains and lift engagement.
General Manager, The Oranges Toolkit
WORKSHOP 2: Welcome to the Era of Borderless Talent
Pre-pandemic, companies blindly accepted the notion that location incubates talent, and that you could only perform at the highest level if you showed up at the office every day. Today and going forward, a paradigm shift about the nature of work – how it gets done, where it gets done, and who gets it done – has moved society into the era of global remote teams in one of the most sudden, profound social shifts of all time. Borders are no longer boundaries when it comes to hiring top international talent. That also means that your hiring strategy should change, too. The future is here: a future where borders won’t be obstacles to growth and your talent pool will no longer be limited to a 50-mile radius of your office.
General Manager, Asia Pacific, Globalization Partners
Understand the journey of building strong teams whilst scaling at speed, plus a sneak peek inside one of Australia's most successful and fastest growing tech companies in the world.
- Leading a growing diverse and global workforce
- See inside one of Australia’s most successful digital workplaces
- How to leverage technology and employee benefits to keep your workforce engaged
Human Resources, TikTok
During COVID, some companies cancelled their review cycles, while others continued with legacy systems. What approach should we be taking in this new normal?
- Successful programs for assessing and measuring remote workforce
- Recalibrating KPIs to reflect a world that is more flexible
- How to make performance goals fair and meaningful in this chaotic, ever-changing, uncertain environment
- Recognising and rewarding stars who are shouldering an extra-heavy workload
- Ongoing coaching conversations that establish a rhythm of collaboration
- How should we think about bonus pay and incentives in this ‘new normal’?
Chief Human Resources Officer, Audi Australia
Director, Human Resources, Comcast NBCUniversal
Executive Director, Talent, Communication and Leadership, Queensland Treasury Corporation
Vice President HR - Pacific Zone, Schneider Electric
Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp
“Harsh, unjust or unreasonable” – navigating recent trends and case law in the unfair dismissal jurisdiction
With the sharp rise in disputes in the post-covid world and an increased focus on cost savings, knowing how to minimise the risks associated with dismissals is more important than ever. In this seminar, Hannah and Alina will explore recent lessons and trends from the Fair Work Commission and specifically examine:
• When will performance and/or conduct issues be “enough” to dismiss an employee?
• How to avoid being caught out with genuine redundancies
• Procedural fairness in a post-covid world
• How to deal with difficult employees in the dismissal process
• Strategies in mitigating and defending unfair dismissal claims
• What to watch – future “hotspots” for employers
Managing Partner, The Workplace Lawyers
Special Counsel, The Workplace Lawyers
An agile workforce enables organisations to respond to external market shifts. In this panel, we will hear from organisations who have embraced agility as part of their day-to-day operations.
- Reallocating people quickly to where their skills are needed
- Re-shaping organisational structures to become more agile, leaner and more efficient
- Helping your workforce to do more without burning out
- Managing your workforce when the future is unclear
- Linking employee goals to business priorities while maintaining a strong element of flexibility
- Updating global workforce remobilisation strategies
Regional Corporate Manager, SIRVA
Executive General Manager of People and Culture, genU
Global HR Mobility Lead & SWITCH Program Manager, CSIRO
Director of Human Resources, International Convention Centre Sydney
General Manager, Transformation, Virgin Australia
In the final talk of the day, we will consider the future of the workplace and what role HR might play in helping to reshape and redefine the purpose of the workplace.
- Reimagining business as usual – what does the future hold?
- How will new tech like AR and VR transform your employee and customer experiences?
- What new roles will evolve over the next 10 years?
Global Chief People Officer, Aurecon