Groundbreaking HR event offers unmissable free workshops

Comprehensive HR insights offered in workshop agenda

Groundbreaking HR event offers unmissable free workshops

HR sector thought-leaders will soon be gathering for Melbourne’s upcoming HR Summit – a two-day selection of presentations, panels and also a packed selection of free workshop sessions.

The workshops consist of 30-45 minue sessions, presented by industry experts and focusing on relevant topics ranging from cyber security, employee screening and engagement, cost-effective transformation strategies, talent development and more.

The full agenda is as follows:

  • Enabling employer access to the potential of over 1 million Australians (Daniel Valiente-Riedl, Jobaccess)
  • Setting your employee screening framework up for success (Christian Seely, Australia Post)
  • Cyber security hub: a fully integrated approach to cyber security (Professor Christophe Doche, Optus Macquarie University Cyber Security)
  • The new world of workers: graduates in your business (Gavin Walker, Deakin Talent)
  • Tips and traps for engaging, managing and terminating employees (Kim McGuren, The Workplace Lawyers)
  • How HR innovators are driving cultural change with inspiring and cost-effective engagement strategies (Kylie Green, Reward Gateway)
  • How to dramatically improve talent development (Dean Maher, Cornerstone OnDemand)
  • Lessons from Australia’s top 40 best workplaces that give back (Ash Rosshandler, GoodCompany)
  • How to create great brand experiences to attract and retain top talent (Guy Bryant-Fenn, PeopleScout)
  • Helping HR Professionals on how to deal with difficult conversations (Alma Besserdin, Wimmigrants)
  • How to dress for success (Jade Sardon, Jade & Co)
  • The leader’s role in creating better workplaces (David Pich, Institute of Managers and Leaders)
  • Nutrition for the busy professional (Melanie Sinclair, Consulting Power Wellbeing)
  • Mindfulness, relaxation and positive thinking (Lizzie Wagner, The Lizzie Wagner Group)

Prospective attendees can view the whole schedule here:

For more information and to register, go to

HR Summit Melbourne will be held at the Crown Promenade on 23-24 July.

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