How to navigate through the new skills economy

New free workshop announced for the upcoming National HR Summit at Luna Park, Sydney

How to navigate through the new skills economy

HR practitioners have a valuable free professional development opportunity at next month’s National HR Summit thanks to the return of the popular workshops program.

In fact, a new workshop has been announced on “Surviving the new skills economy”, presented by performance management consulting firm Cornerstone.

The fourth industrial revolution is rapidly approaching and creating massive change across all industries and traditional roles are being replaced by new jobs and new expectations. Survival depends on developing skills.

Dean Maher, Regional Vice President Sales, Australia & New Zealand, Cornerstone OnDemand and Vanessa Hamilton, Director of Sales – SMB, Asia, Pacific & Japan, Cornerstone OnDemand will discuss how to navigate through the unknowns of the new skills economy, including how to develop talent as a differentiator, drive innovation and transform your business through a business-focused approach.

Find out more and register

Other free workshops are filling fast and HRD readers are encouraged to register online to secure one of the final seats remaining. HR professionals interested in accessing all the conference and keynote sessions can still purchase tickets for the HR Summit or HR Directors Forum streams.

Wednesday 14 March

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
Find out more and register

10:15am Powering talent decisions across the employee lifecycle
Presented by Samantha Hickey, Practice Director, Talent Solutions, CEB Talent Assessment
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12:30pm An integrated approach to health and wellbeing
Presented by Kristina Dagleish, Director, Health at Work
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1:15pm How financial wellbeing can help drive engagement and performance in your organisation
Presented by Joseph Chou, CEO and Founder, Ironfish
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2:15pm Recruitment and selection – the choice is yours
Presented by Scott Ruhfus, Managing Director, Saville Assessment and Amanda Krulis, Senior Consultant, Saville Assessment
Find out more and register

3:00pm Surviving the new skills economy
Presented by Dean Maher, Regional Vice President Sales, Australia & New Zealand, Cornerstone OnDemand and Vanessa Hamilton, Director of Sales –SMB, Asia, Pacific & Japan, Cornerstone OnDemand
Find out more and register


Thursday 15 March

9:30am How FISH! will transform your corporate culture
Presented by Dwain Richardson, Managing Director, Corporate Challenge Events
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10:15am Embracing technology to create a humanistic employee experience
Presented by Annie Mitchell, Digital HR Adviser, Synchrony Global
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12:00pm Physical meets digital – why you need both as an HR practitioner
Presented by Clare Budd, PhD, Vitality Works
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12:45pm The new business imperative: workplace financial wellness
Presented by Tony Hanly, Director, Your Financial Wellness
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These workshops are held at the HR Summit Expo, which is expected to attract over 1,000 HR professionals over two days.

The Expo will also feature a number of activities including presentations on corporate styling, financial wellbeing and mindfulness, as well as networking activities, free corporate photography sessions and more.

More information is available at www.hrsummit.com.au.

 

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