One of the most popular elements of the HR Summit Melbourne will return in 2018
The HR Summit Melbourne returns to the Crown Promenade Melbourne next month with a program that focuses on a range of topics to take your HR practice to the next level.
HR practitioners unable to attend the main conference due to budget limitations can still experience the event by registering for one or more of the free HR workshops available at this year’s event.
The 30 and 45-minute workshops cover a range of relevant topics and are all free to attend for HR professionals. They are held as part of the HR Summit Melbourne Expo, where you can get free professional photos taken for your LinkedIn profile, meet key contacts and even go in the draw to win a $2,000 Grand Prize when you complete your expo passport.
Register online to secure your place as seating is limited in each workshop.
Tuesday 31 July
9:30am From Millennials to Gen Z: Productivity in the new workplace
Presented by Dr Justine Ferrer, Lecturer, Deakin University and Gavin Walker, Manager, Graduate Recruitment Services, Deakin University
11am How FISH! will transform your team culture
Presented by Dwain Richardson, Managing Director, Corporate Challenge Events
11:45am Are you a (management) accident waiting to happen?
Presented by David Pich, Chief Executive, Institute of Manager and Leaders
1:15pm Improve team outcomes: 3 critical steps for HR leaders to nurture high-trust teams
Presented by Marie-Claire Ross, Chief Corporate Catalyst & Founder, Trustologie
2pm Managing workplace mental health
Presented by Ingrid Ozols, Director, mentalhealth@work, Senior Fellow, Dept of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne
3:15pm Effectively negotiating with unions
Presented by Deborah Lindemann, Associate, Adelhelm & Associates
Wednesday 1 August
10am Food As Brain Fuel: Maximising Productivity Through Nutrition
Presented by Samantha Gemmell, Nutritionist
11am Overcoming negativity: 16 actionable steps to improve productivity and regain positive focus in the workplace.
Presented by Sharon Wilks, Chief Executive, Mindfulness Experiment