2014 National Convention


Last year, 2000 people flocked to the AHRI National Convention – make sure you are one of them this year. The speaker program has a variety
 of presentations on the big issues facing HR and business in 2014.
 You can build your own experience by combining the main program with specialist topic events and networking activities. In addition, all delegates gain access to the largest HR exhibition in Australia in 2014.

What will you take away from the AHRI National Convention?

  • New ideas for your people strategies and plans to achieve your organisation’s strategic goals.
  • The latest ideas and knowledge to adapt and adopt within your organisation.
  • Inspiration to take the next step in your career.

For more information and to register, go to www.ahri.com.au/convention

Here’s what the 2013 delegates said:

  • “The conference exceeded my expectations – it gives both practical guidance in HR as well as personal development, which I have needed.”
  • “The AHRI National Convention provides a rich and energising platform from which to develop and implement best-practice in HRM.”
  • “The convention provides a learning experience that general training sessions cannot provide.”

Main program

  • Marshall Goldsmith is one of the world’s leading executive coaches and a pioneer of 360-degree feedback. His success is built on a no-nonsense approach to leadership, and a Buddhist philosophy. Goldsmith is also presenting workshop 2 on the topic of leadership development on Tuesday 19 August.
  • Tamara Erickson has written or co-authored numerous Harvard Business Review articles and recently completed a trilogy of books on how individuals in specific generations can excel in today’s workplace.
  • Vineet Nayar is a management visionary and a radical thinker who masterminded HCLT’s transformation from $0.7 billion in 2005 to a $4.7 billion global technology services company with over 85,000 employees spread across 32 countries in 2013.
  • Ita Buttrose AO OBE was the youngest editor of The Australian Women’s Weekly, founding editor of Cleo, the first woman to edit a major metropolitan newspaper in Australia as editor-in-chief of the Sydney Daily and Sunday Telegraphs, and the first woman director of News Limited. Buttrose is keynote speaker at the main program official opening on Tuesday 19 August.

Specialist one-day events

  • Terry Moran AC has had a varied public service career, working with successive Australian Federal and State governments in public policy and public sector management. Moran is speaking at the Public Sector HR Conference on Tuesday 19 August.
  • Mark McCrindle is an award-winning social researcher, best-selling author, and influential thought leader, and is regularly commissioned to deliver strategy and advice to the boards and executive committees of some of Australia’s leading organisations. McCrindle is presenting workshop 1 on the topic of generations at work on Tuesday 19 August.
  • Peter Williams started working with internet technologies in 1993 and founded an eBusiness Consulting group within Deloitte Australia in 1996, Deloitte Digital. Williams leads the Australian chapter of the Centre for the Edge, Deloitte, a Silicon Valley applied research centre. Williams is speaking at the HR Tech Conference on Tuesday 19 August.

 

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2014 National Convention


Last year, 2000 people flocked to the AHRI National Convention – make sure you are one of them this year. The speaker program has a variety
 of presentations on the big issues facing HR and business in 2014.
 You can build your own experience by combining the main program with specialist topic events and networking activities. In addition, all delegates gain access to the largest HR exhibition in Australia in 2014.

What will you take away from the AHRI National Convention?

  • New ideas for your people strategies and plans to achieve your organisation’s strategic goals.
  • The latest ideas and knowledge to adapt and adopt within your organisation.
  • Inspiration to take the next step in your career.

For more information and to register, go to www.ahri.com.au/convention

Here’s what the 2013 delegates said:

  • “The conference exceeded my expectations – it gives both practical guidance in HR as well as personal development, which I have needed.”
  • “The AHRI National Convention provides a rich and energising platform from which to develop and implement best-practice in HRM.”
  • “The convention provides a learning experience that general training sessions cannot provide.”

Main program

  • Marshall Goldsmith is one of the world’s leading executive coaches and a pioneer of 360-degree feedback. His success is built on a no-nonsense approach to leadership, and a Buddhist philosophy. Goldsmith is also presenting workshop 2 on the topic of leadership development on Tuesday 19 August.
  • Tamara Erickson has written or co-authored numerous Harvard Business Review articles and recently completed a trilogy of books on how individuals in specific generations can excel in today’s workplace.
  • Vineet Nayar is a management visionary and a radical thinker who masterminded HCLT’s transformation from $0.7 billion in 2005 to a $4.7 billion global technology services company with over 85,000 employees spread across 32 countries in 2013.
  • Ita Buttrose AO OBE was the youngest editor of The Australian Women’s Weekly, founding editor of Cleo, the first woman to edit a major metropolitan newspaper in Australia as editor-in-chief of the Sydney Daily and Sunday Telegraphs, and the first woman director of News Limited. Buttrose is keynote speaker at the main program official opening on Tuesday 19 August.

Specialist one-day events

  • Terry Moran AC has had a varied public service career, working with successive Australian Federal and State governments in public policy and public sector management. Moran is speaking at the Public Sector HR Conference on Tuesday 19 August.
  • Mark McCrindle is an award-winning social researcher, best-selling author, and influential thought leader, and is regularly commissioned to deliver strategy and advice to the boards and executive committees of some of Australia’s leading organisations. McCrindle is presenting workshop 1 on the topic of generations at work on Tuesday 19 August.
  • Peter Williams started working with internet technologies in 1993 and founded an eBusiness Consulting group within Deloitte Australia in 1996, Deloitte Digital. Williams leads the Australian chapter of the Centre for the Edge, Deloitte, a Silicon Valley applied research centre. Williams is speaking at the HR Tech Conference on Tuesday 19 August.

 

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