WA HR Leaders Summit

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In a changing world where people and innovation intersect, HR leadership needs to be at the forefront to proactively shape forward-thinking business strategies. As businesses depend heavily on the capabilities of their people to gain a competitive advantage in an increasingly complex and disruptive landscape, HR must seize the opportunity to bring new thinking to the table, harness the full potential of a diverse workforce and transform an innovative vision from inception to business reality.

Returning for the 5th year, WA HR Leaders Summit will once again gather 120+ senior local HR decision makers from different industries. The program is designed to generate high level peer-to-peer conversations. Presenters are invited to share their most valuable lessons on leading people through change, shaping the future of their organisations, creating new business opportunities, strengthening collaboration and engagement, and making strategic business decisions in a challenging economic climate.

Key Topics

  • Influencing business change and co-creating the corporate future;
  • HR driving innovation – getting the best resources, investment and executive support;
  • Transforming to a customer centric organisation – culture, leadership, people and HR practice;
  • Placing HR in the centre of the business – driving transformational change;
  • HR building change readiness in the fast world of business, innovation, disruption and people;
  • Driving a values based performance and safety culture;
  • Resourcing the future – building talent strategies that reflect the customers we serve;
  • Delivering success through workforce strategies and the development of organisational capability;
  • A best practice approach to workplace health & wellness;
  • The future of business – what it means to your organisation and workforce;
  • Workforce flexibility and productivity in the current business environment;
  • Strengthening business partnership, engagement and connections;
  • Engaging and enablement of staff to deliver a high performing company;
  • Diversity and inclusion – the embedded business practice;
  • Accelerating the pace of change in creating gender balanced leadership;
  • Developing and implementing a global talent strategy in a true human capital business;
  • Driving workplace well being initiatives and mental health awareness across the organisation;
  • Embracing technology such as big data and analytics within the HR function;
  • Positioning HR to drive the workforce of the future.

Presenters

Cliff Gillam

Cliff Gillam

Executive Director, Workforce
Department of Education

Amanda Spiers

Amanda Spiers

Corporate HR Manager
WA Water Corporation

Anne McCormack

Anne McCormack

Head of People & Corporate Services
Silver Chain

Amy Stanley

Amy Stanley

GM HR
ATCO Gas Australia

Kevin Lewis

Kevin Lewis

GM HR & HSEQ
Compass Group

Lori Tyrrell

Lori Tyrrell

Head of People & Culture
HealthEngine

Tony D’Souza

State HR WA
Woolworths

Paul Richards

Paul Richards

Head of Workplace Health Solutions
Bupa

Amy Hancock

Amy Hancock

GM, People
SRG Limited

Paul Findlay

Paul Findlay

Managing Director
PD Training

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Karen Watts

GM Organisational Development & Change
Capricorn Society

Ron Pettit

Regional HR Director
Intertek

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Jane van den Herik

Deputy Director People Relations
Curtin University

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Jenny Taylor

Deputy Director People Capabilities
Curtin University

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Jane Bushby

Organisational Development Consultant
Curtin University

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Justin Prince

Group Human Resources Manager
Ertech Holdings

Platinum Partner

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