Let's shine the spotlight on big HR issues

The topics that matters explored at upcoming summit

Let's shine the spotlight on big HR issues

Over 70 HR thought-leaders are lined up to give their expert insights at upcoming National HR Summit – a two-day extravaganza of presentations, panels and workshops split across three in-depth conference streams.

Among them will be those taking part in our unique HR spotlight series, including Turia Pitt (Athlete, Humanitarian, Motivational Speaker) with her session ‘Be the leader of your life’; Nicolette Barnard (Head of Human Resources, Australia & New Zealand, Siemens) with her session ‘This is the future of HR’ and Lucinda Gemmell (Group Executive, People, Virgin Australia) with her session ‘This is the future of HR leadership’.

There will also be keynote sessions featuring Michael Schneider, Managing Director, Bunnings Group Limited; Steven Worrall, Managing Director, Microsoft Australia; Bridie Dawson, Chief People Officer, Australian Financial Security Authority; and Ross Sparkman, Head of Strategic Workforce Planning, Facebook USA.

Now in its 17th year, the National HR Summit is continuing to innovate and look at new ways to bring the latest knowledge to HR professionals. For 2019, a new stream has been introduced to the summit on day one – the Public Sector Forum – covering the challenges facing public sector HR professionals specifically.

For more information and to register, go to hrsummit.com.au.

Early Bird registrations are now open for the Summit. HRD readers are encouraged to book in soon to take advantage of the savings on offer. Further discounts apply to Team Passes of four delegates or more.

The National HR Summit Australia will be held at Luna Park Sydney on 26-27 March 2019.

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