Aspire HR Sydney 2019
The Aspire HR Sydney 2019 Conference is held at The International Convention on April 2-3.
It is a dedicated two day professional development event for Senior HR Professionals, HR Management and HR Leaders. The event is hosted by more than 20 well respected and highly regarded HR Leaders.
Over 15 sessions, the conference covers five keys area – HR Transformation, Leadership Development, Employee Experience, Leadership Development, Disruption & Innovation and Talent Management.
Day 2 - content overview & timing
09:15 – 10:00: There is a new focus on human performance – engagement, productivity and wellbeing. Total Wellbeing, is the holistic strategy to address the emotional, physical, financial and professional needs of employees.
10:15 – 11:00 – Less than half of global professionals trust their employer, manager or colleagues. How can HR help their leaders win back’ trust from both their employees and also from the public?
11:30 – 12:15 – Empathy is an important factor in leadership success. How can empathy impact productivity, employee engagement and bottom line results.
13:30 – 14:15 – Skilled labour deficit is forecast from 2020 where demand for talent will exceed supply. Is your organisation ready for the talent crunch?
14:15 – 15:00 – Design Thinking and the employee experience journey mapHow can HR navigate through disruption and thrive? Utilising emerging technologies
15:30 – 16:15 – What does the future of work look like? What are the implications for HR?
16:15 – 17:00 – What is the future of the HRD? What are the key trends and how to best respond?
Book your 2-day early bird conference pass today. Discount Code: First100
Summary of all conference sessions
Embedding people strategy into business strategy
The new HR – changing of the guard
The CEOs expectation
The changing role of the Human Resources Director (HRD)
Human Performance & Total Wellbeing
Trust in Leadership
Disruption & Innovation
Digital Disruption and the impact on HR
Digitalisation for the future
ReImagining Talent Management*
Employee Experience Re-Design
Generational shifts in business and HR