2022 Queensland HR Leadership Summit

24th & 25th February
Hilton, Brisbane
Maintaining employee engagement, wellbeing, collaboration, and learning has never been more important in times of constant disruption. It underlines the significance of human connection, and what HR leaders do now matter as they rise to the challenge. Business Insights APAC looks forward to returning to Queensland with one of our flagship programs. Queensland HR leaders are being invited to share their most valuable lessons learn on leading people through change and reflecting upon the way that their businesses have responded to disruptions from the perspectives of people, culture, leadership, employee communication, engagement, wellbeing, collaboration, and learning.
Key discussion topics:
  • Leading people through change – renew, reflect, and reimagine ways of working in challenging times;
  • Towards a value-driven, capable and future ready organisation;
  • Wellbeing strategies for a hybrid workforce – building a flexible working culture and enhancing employee engagement;
  • Maintaining a sense of belonging and inclusion – what can be done more to support the workforce;
  • Solving problems by prioritising the employee’s needs;
  • Keeping your workforce engaged – improving performance, transparency and career progression;
  • Crafting fairer policy and building a safer workplace environment (physical and online);
  • Making informed decisions through people analytics – understanding employees’ behaviours, measuring performance, planning for the future, and assessing talent selection and retention;
  • Facilitating new forms of collaboration through technologies;
  • The future of life-long learning – providing the opportunity to learn, unlearn and relearn;
  • How HR leaders can best address return to work challenges;
  • Beyond 2022 – shaping the future of workplaces and workforces, attracting and retaining talents and succession planning;
  • + more

Presenters

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Shannan Quain
CHRO
Department of Children, Youth Justice & Multicultural Affairs
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Melissa Williams
General Manager People & Culture
Seqwater
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Chris Gyetvay
Assistant Commissioner, Staff Experience & Safety
ATO
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Kym Bancroft
Head of Safety, Environment & Wellbeing (ASPAC)
Serco
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Casey Hotham
Head of Future Workplace Experience
Telstra
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Rita Slogrove
L&OD Lead, Australia
Fletcher Building
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D'Neale Prosser
National People Manager
Qantas
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Lynne Cawley
COO
Canstar
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Shannon Foley
Group Executive People & Capability
Icon Group AU
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Donna McGrane
Director Corporate L&OD
Mater Health Services
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Adam Leary
GM People & Culture, Infrastructure Projects
Downer
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Steve Eltis
Director, People & Culture
Wesley Mission Queensland
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Nadia Golenkova
L&D Manager
Tradelink
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Erica Breen
Director, Principal Health & Wellbeing
QLD Department of Education
 

Who Attends

EGM/GM/ Directors/ VP/ Heads of Human Resources, Human Capital, Human Resources, Business Partners, People & Culture, Corporate Services, Learning and Organisational Development, Workforce, Talent, Learning & Development, Diversity & Inclusion

Why Attend

We understand the critical role program contents play in driving engaging and informative conversations at conferences that are relevant to HR leaders, their industries and their workforce. We are connected to C-level HR leaders across industries to share their knowledge, innovative approaches, business cases and success stories, ensuring high level peer-to-peer dialogues are generated from their insightful keynote addresses. Here what some of our past delegates have said about this event.

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