What makes a high-performing HR team?

HR Directors from this year’s best HR teams will share exclusive insights at the National HR Summit

What makes a high-performing HR team?
Successful organisations are built around highly empowered teams driven by inspiring leaders. The Australian HR Awards last month recognised the teams that stood out for their leadership, communication, contribution to company strategy and ability to deliver HR initiatives that have a positive impact on the organisation’s objectives.
HC readers now have the opportunity to hear directly from several Australian HR Team of the Year finalists at the 2017 National HR Summit.

A panel of HR leaders including Alec Bashinsky of Deloitte, MYOB’s Head of People and Performance Alla Keogh, Sanofi HR Director ANZ Michelle Zimany and Kalena Jefferson of Southern Cross Care (NSW & ACT) will share their key learnings. The discussion will cover the elements of a high-performance team; creating a collaborative team culture and structuring flexible and agile decision making.
More information is available here.
The National HR Summit returns to Luna Park Sydney on 29-30 March to mark its fifteenth year. Recently awarded Australia’s best business event, the National HR Summit will bring together 1000 HR professionals to discuss the most crucial and complex people management issues facing the industry. Super Saver discounts are available on all online registrations for a limited time.

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