John Hilton

John Hilton

John Hilton is the News Editor of HRD Australia and HRD New Zealand where he reports internationally, interviewing HR Directors from all over the world. He graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Media (Honours). John’s been involved in numerous HR events including the National HRD Summit in Sydney where he conducted on-stage interviews with elite HR professionals.

John’s rolodex includes conducting on-stage and on-camera interviews, award presentation, global webinar moderation, and executive roundtable moderation. His three favorite HR topics are employment law, learning & development, and diversity & inclusion.  He also worked as a journalist at Dennis Publishing’s news magazine The Week for four years. At Key Media, he has also contributed to Mortgage Professional Australia, Your Investment Property and Learning and Development Professional.

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What is keeping the C-suite up at night?

What is keeping the C-suite up at night?

Organisations are facing growing challenges around technology and talent shortages

Why should HR consider 'going green'?

Why should HR consider 'going green'?

Sustainability initiatives can benefit staff retention, provided organisations demonstrate real commitment

Is the four-day working week catching on?

Is the four-day working week catching on?

An increasing number of NZ companies are piloting the concept

5 workplace predictions for 2020

5 workplace predictions for 2020

What trends should HR leaders watch for that will impact the workforce in 2020?

How can HR re-engage a 'checked out' team?

How can HR re-engage a 'checked out' team?

'Reinforce belief in the team's ability to not only survive but ultimately thrive'

Understanding the role of the 'LeaderManager'

Understanding the role of the 'LeaderManager'

For every individual who feels they are being micro-managed there will be someone who feels they are not getting enough support

How to use culture to get the best out of your team

How to use culture to get the best out of your team

Too often, culture is defined as either 'the way we do things around here' or 'shared values'

Why are performance management initiatives failing?

Why are performance management initiatives failing?

To increase their performance management utility, organisations should focus on three strategies

How to have a successful office Christmas party

How to have a successful office Christmas party

Damaged property, bruised egos, ruined reputations and careers all happen when things get out of hand

Do employees prefer praise or perks?

Do employees prefer praise or perks?

Employee appreciation doesn't have to be expensive to be beneficial