2024 NSW HR Leadership Summit

15th & 16th May
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

Adaptability is crucial to shaping the next-gen workplace, more so in challenging social and economic conditions. As trusted business advisors, HR leaders are relied upon to navigate the changing organisational dynamics and lead people through organisational transformation in an increasingly complex world of work. Additionally, HR must consider the potential of AI for HR management, operations, digitisation, and the creation of new roles, skills, and jobs. To shape the future of the workplace, HR is key to empowering people to grow, learn and solve problems together.

The 2024 NSW HR Leadership Summit will strongly emphasise navigating complexity and building a more resilient workplace where human-centricity, sustainability, inclusivity and psychological and physical safety remain at the heart of a modern business. We invite HR luminaries to share their insights and highlight what has transpired in their organisations and sectors, and what is on the horizon as the way people work, learn, lead, manage, recruit, engage and connect customers and the business continues to evolve.

Key topics to be explored:
  • Navigating complexity – building resilience in the workplace
  • Preparing for future leadership and talent needs within the organisation
  • Unpacking trends shaping the HR profession – leadership development, organisational culture, talent attraction and recruitment, talent mobility, people analytics and succession planning
  • The unique role of people and culture in the age of AI – adapting to harness the potential of AI effectively
  • HR driving functional and business transformation – supporting cultural change to adopt and integrate with new technologies successfully
  • Effective strategies for aligning internal communications with culture and brand narratives
  • Building employee engagement through consistent brand messaging in HR practices
  • Fostering a better human connection to improve flexibility and equity
  • Managing psychological and physical safety of the hybrid and frontline workforce
  • Talent acquisition and recruitment trends – what the data tells us and how to best prepare for the future  
  • Onboarding – strategies and success stories for a multi-generational workforce
  • Legal updates – ensuring ethical behaviour and legal compliance in the workplace
  • Looking ahead – how HR will shape the future of the next-gen work, skills and jobs
  • + more

Featured Presenters

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Dr Anat Hassner
Chief People & Strategy Officer
Uniting
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Alicia Ryan-Davis
Chief People Officer
Frucor Suntory    
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Kristin Hay
Partner, Chief People Officer
Knight Frank Australia
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Charmaine Higgins
Group Executive People & Capability
Ventia
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Lara Stalquist
Chief People Officer
etika
 
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Brad McLean
Head of Human Resources, Commercial & IT (Australia)
BlueScope
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Christine Ung
Director, Diversity & Inclusion
Aristocrat
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Jan Roden
Head of Organisation Development & Learning
Endeavour Energy
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Richard Gregory
Sales Director
Flare
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Daniel Murray
Legal Practitioner Director
Ai Group Workplace Lawyers
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Annabel Khoo
Associate Director
Athena Blue Global
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Shadi Faraj
Head of Training, Capability & Performance
Bingo Industries
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Mathew Paine
Executive General Manager, People & Culture
Australian Financial Complaints Authority
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Kellie Wade
Head of Representation, Equity & Inclusion
Ampol
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Chris Gatford
Partner, Red Team
Deloitte Cyber
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Nicola Christoffersen
Head of Business Development
AIM
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Paul Findlay
CEO
REACH LX Platform
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Rebecca Donaldson
Chief People Officer
Ramsay Health Care
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Sonja Dodds
Head of People & Performance
Sydney Airport

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