National HR Summit: Three new workshops added

by HCA16 Mar 2016
Professional development is important for every employee, including HR. Now HR professionals have an easy opportunity to update their skills by attending one or more free workshops at the upcoming National HR Summit.

Three new workshops have just been added to this year’s program covering topics like organisational development, women in leadership and skills management.

The full workshop program is as follows:

DAY ONE: Wednesday 6 April 2016

9:00am Harness the power of technology to facilitate organisational success
Jason Portelli, Solutions Specialist, ELMO Learning

10:00am Developing talent for a stronger future
Cameron Nott, Managing Director and Psychologist, CPP Asia Pacific

11:30am The relevance of salary packaging as an employee benefit
Pasquale Petrucci, Corporate Manager, ORIX Australia

2:00pm The rise of global background screening - Finding the right balance
Steve Girdler, Managing Director EMEA & APAC at HireRight

3:45pm Why continuous performance management makes sense
Marc Havercroft, Vice President, HR Digital Strategy & Transformation, SAP SuccessFactors


DAY TWO: Thursday 7 April 2016

9:00am Experience this: Five reasons employee engagement practices must change
Jamie Pride, Managing Director and co-founder, REFFIND

10:00am Bringing workplace learning into the 21st century
Keely Jones & Sue Fell, Senior Relationship Managers, ITC Learning

11:30am The self-developing organisation – A new approach to HR success
Peter Kokkinos, Vice President, Asia Pacific Sales & Tim Lawrence, Director, Solutions Architects, Asia Pacific Sales, SumTotal Systems, a Skillsoft Company

2:00pm Moving from women in leadership to women in action
Kath Greenhough, Manager, Consulting Services, Australia & New Zealand, Skillsoft 

3:00pm Skills management and the 2020 workforce
Asheley Jones, Executive Director of Work Integrated Learning, Australian Technical Management College

Find out more and register here. There is no cost for HR professionals to attend the workshops but places are limited so if a session is of interest, register early. 
 

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