National HR Summit: Final workshop program announced

HR professionals can attend up to 10 free sessions this month, on topics ranging from eLearning to performance management

National HR Summit: Final workshop program announced
professionals have an easy opportunity to update their skills by attending one or more free workshops at the National HR Summit, which returns to Luna Park Sydney on 29-30 March.

There are now a total of ten free workshops on offer, covering topics like health and wellbeing, performance management and eLearning.

The full program is as follows:

DAY ONE: Wednesday 29 March 2017

9:30am The future of HR technology: Navigating the ever-evolving landscape (FULL)
Presented by ELMO Talent Management Software

10:45am Strategies to develop a positive workplace culture (FULL)
Presented by Corporate Challenge Events

12:00pm Corporate culture and its impact on employee performance – What’s money got to do with it?
Presented by Ironfish

2:30pm The wellbeing advantage
Presented by Vitality Works

3:30pm Leveraging a rare commodity: How to get leadership development right
Presented by Saville Consulting

DAY TWO: Thursday 30 March 2017

9:30am The five key elements to achieve an effective health and wellbeing program
Presented by Health@Work

10:45am The five ways to motivate and help your employees save with a Novated Lease
Presented by SG Fleet

12:00pm The evolution of performance management: Then, now and the future
Presented by Subscribe-HR

2:00pm Cardinia Shire Council’s journey to Activity Based Working from infancy, to current day and beyond… (NEW)
Presented by Thomas Duryea Logicalis

3:15pm The complete eLearning journey (NEW)
Presented by Webqem

4:15pm $10,000 GRAND PRIZE DRAW

Find out more and register here. Each workshop session is capped to 70 seats and several are already close to capacity.

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