The event features two separate conference streams comprising a mix of case studies, panel discussions, interviews, keynote presentations and interactive sessions. The program is designed to equip HR professionals at every stage of their career with the leadership and change management
skills to succeed in the complex and changing business landscape.
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Highlight sessions at the HR Summit main conference include insight into the Masters wind-down from former director of HR Gillian Davie; a thought leadership perspective on innovation from Bersin by Deloitte
head of research David Mallon; a valuable update on mental health in the workplace from Commissioner Lucinda Brogden and a panel of Australian HR Awards Team of the Year finalists who will share their tips on building a high-performance team.
HR Directors and senior decision-makers should look at the HR Directors Forum where the program features a C-suite roundtable of CEOs and HRDs discussing leadership best practice; insight from Knight Frank CEO Stephen Ellis on setting an ethical tone at the top; and case study presentations from the heads of diverse organisations including Queensland Treasury, Oxfam and Transdev.
Delegate numbers are strictly capped to enable quality discussion and debate.
Find out more and register at www.hrsummit.com.au
. Look out for interviews with some National HR Summit speakers and more information about the event in issue 15.01 of HRD
magazine out now.
New speakers have been added to the program for the National HR Summit, returning to Luna Park Sydney on 29-30 March to mark its 15