6 video presentations every HR professional should watch


Knowledge is power, so build your strengths as an HR professional with these webcasts of global thought leaders in business, leadership and performance.

AHRI is streaming six of the 2016 National Convention keynote sessions on-demand, giving you access to high-profile speakers such as Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, David Rock, Wayne Cascio and more. Here’s a writeup of the sessions every HR professional should watch and why.

1. What Will Be the Future of the Organisation?

This panel discussion brings together the likes of Rhonda Brighton-Hall (FCPHR), Susan Ferrier (KPMG), Fiona Wardlaw (AMP) and – in case you didn’t catch her the first time – Lynda Gratton. These four put their heads together to debate the different and evolving pressures organisations currently face, as well as solutions that help a business stay relevant. Read more.

2. The Neuroscience of Leadership Development and Performance Management, with David Rock 

Learn from the man who wrote the book – quite literally – on neuroleadership and how it plays out in work and life. Rock takes you through a process for transforming leadership development and performance management, plus some very practical tips about how to build a strategy around these objectives. Read more

3. A Brave New World – The Future of Talent Identification, with Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic.

Chamorro-Premuzic’s presentation was so well-received at last year’s convention that he was invited back again. This time around, he focused on innovations in talent acquisition. Learn how social media, big data and the digital revolution are new styles of ammunition in the war for talent. Not only that, he raises some interesting points about ethical implications of old and new technologies, as well as what they mean for an HR professional. Read more

4. Crafting a Compelling Employer Brand, with Wayne Cascio. 

Everyone, from customers to suppliers, agencies and potential employees have an interest in working for a company with a strong, sustainable and positive brand. The challenge, then, is to become an employer of choice. Wayne Cascio, the Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership from the University of Colorado – Denver, shares how great brands distinguish themselves from their competitors. Read more

5. Cultural Diversity and Inclusive Leadership in Multicultural Australia, with Tim Soutphommasane. 

Australia is described as a multicultural success story, but when it comes to positions of leadership in business, government and higher education, this wealth of diversity is strangely absent. Soutphommasane, Race Discrimination Commissioner, takes a close look at diversity in Australian organisations and what prevents us from reaching parity. Read more

6. Business Leaders and Their HR Partners, with AHRI

Want to learn more about the vital relationship between CEOs and the head of HR?  Leaders from Hilti, Westpac Group and Stockland show that great business practice is a team effort. The teams discuss the biggest workforce issues the company faced, how they addressed them, and what the benefits have been in terms of more engaged employees, greater diversity, streamlined recruitment processes and returns-on-investment.

BONUS: If you have FOMO, you can view an event recap of the 2016 AHRI National Convention here. Come for the great HR insights, stay for the fire twirlers.

Stream individual or multiple sessions on-demand. Special pricing is available for AHRI members, and for registrants who stream all webcast sessions. To learn more and to register, click here.

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6 video presentations every HR professional should watch


Knowledge is power, so build your strengths as an HR professional with these webcasts of global thought leaders in business, leadership and performance.

AHRI is streaming six of the 2016 National Convention keynote sessions on-demand, giving you access to high-profile speakers such as Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, David Rock, Wayne Cascio and more. Here’s a writeup of the sessions every HR professional should watch and why.

1. What Will Be the Future of the Organisation?

This panel discussion brings together the likes of Rhonda Brighton-Hall (FCPHR), Susan Ferrier (KPMG), Fiona Wardlaw (AMP) and – in case you didn’t catch her the first time – Lynda Gratton. These four put their heads together to debate the different and evolving pressures organisations currently face, as well as solutions that help a business stay relevant. Read more.

2. The Neuroscience of Leadership Development and Performance Management, with David Rock 

Learn from the man who wrote the book – quite literally – on neuroleadership and how it plays out in work and life. Rock takes you through a process for transforming leadership development and performance management, plus some very practical tips about how to build a strategy around these objectives. Read more

3. A Brave New World – The Future of Talent Identification, with Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic.

Chamorro-Premuzic’s presentation was so well-received at last year’s convention that he was invited back again. This time around, he focused on innovations in talent acquisition. Learn how social media, big data and the digital revolution are new styles of ammunition in the war for talent. Not only that, he raises some interesting points about ethical implications of old and new technologies, as well as what they mean for an HR professional. Read more

4. Crafting a Compelling Employer Brand, with Wayne Cascio. 

Everyone, from customers to suppliers, agencies and potential employees have an interest in working for a company with a strong, sustainable and positive brand. The challenge, then, is to become an employer of choice. Wayne Cascio, the Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership from the University of Colorado – Denver, shares how great brands distinguish themselves from their competitors. Read more

5. Cultural Diversity and Inclusive Leadership in Multicultural Australia, with Tim Soutphommasane. 

Australia is described as a multicultural success story, but when it comes to positions of leadership in business, government and higher education, this wealth of diversity is strangely absent. Soutphommasane, Race Discrimination Commissioner, takes a close look at diversity in Australian organisations and what prevents us from reaching parity. Read more

6. Business Leaders and Their HR Partners, with AHRI

Want to learn more about the vital relationship between CEOs and the head of HR?  Leaders from Hilti, Westpac Group and Stockland show that great business practice is a team effort. The teams discuss the biggest workforce issues the company faced, how they addressed them, and what the benefits have been in terms of more engaged employees, greater diversity, streamlined recruitment processes and returns-on-investment.

BONUS: If you have FOMO, you can view an event recap of the 2016 AHRI National Convention here. Come for the great HR insights, stay for the fire twirlers.

Stream individual or multiple sessions on-demand. Special pricing is available for AHRI members, and for registrants who stream all webcast sessions. To learn more and to register, click here.

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