Building adaptive and empowered workplace cultures

Auckland 
Pre-conference workshop: 3 December 2018 
Conference: 4 – 5 December 2018 
 
Workplace culture is undeniably the driving force for smart, diverse and agile workplaces.  
 
It’s an important contributor towards everything from productivity and performance outcomes to health, wellbeing, talent management, employee engagement, customer centricity.  
 
The Organisational Culture, People & Engagement New Zealand conference will be showcasing how organisations are adopting initiatives which positively impact their workplace culture, values and objectives.
 
Key learning objectives: 
  • Implementing positive initiatives to improve workplace and organisational culture
  • Exploring engagement strategies that deliver on ROI 
  • Driving organisational goals through people and culture initiatives
  • Benefitting from a diverse and inclusive workforce
  • Realising better talent management outcomes through culture initiatives
 
View the agenda here.

Featured Speakers at this Conference

Amber Clotworthy

People, Culture and Capability Leader

Lion

Evan Bateup

Chief People Officer

Vista Group

Niki Thompson

Head of People and Performance

Vocus Communications

Sharne Fairbrother

People and Culture Special Projects Manager

Z Energy

Celena Sinclair

Human Resource Partner, Customer Channels

Spark NZ

Debbie Kirby

GM Human Resources

Downer New Zealand

Christine Brotherton

Head of People & Capability

Perpetual Guardian

Fiona Hewitt

GM Learning, Capability and Culture

The Warehouse Group

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Partners

Endorsing Partner

Media Partner

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WHY ATTEND

12 Key focuses for delegates and reasons to attend: 
  • Creating a culture that aligns with your core values 
  • Improving engagement, productivity, and workforce satisfaction 
  • Building cohesive, forward facing teams 
  • Strengthening company positioning, competitive advantage and business performance  
  • Developing and driving employer branding and attract the best talent 
  • Building flexible, responsive, innovative workplaces for the future  
  • Supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce culture 
  • Embedding sustainable excellence in workforce culture and engagement strategies 
  • Future proofing talent management strategies for an evolving workforce  
  • Improving organisational agility and resilience through culture-lead initiatives  
  • Driving business success through people and culture-lead strategy 
  • Building organisational capability through empowered workforces 
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Cross-industry professionals will attend the Organisational Culture, People & Engagement New Zealand conference:  
  • Senior executive leadership 
  • Heads of workplace experience  
  • Workplace technology / HR technology  
  • Employee experience manager  
  • HR transformation managers  
  • Heads of people & culture  
  • Workplace culture managers  
  • Heads of talent management  
  • HR managers and directors  
  • Organisational development managers  
  • HR Business Partners  
  • Heads of workforce planning  
  • Organisational capability directors  
  • Workforce development managers  
  • People strategy heads  
  • Directors of people & performance 
 

Group Discounts

SEND 3 DELEGATES AND RECEIVE 5% OFF

SEND 4 DELEGATES AND RECEIVE 10% OFF

SEND 5 DELEGATES AND RECEIVE 15% OFF

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Venue

Heritage Auckland
Address: 35 Hobson St, Auckland 1010
Conference Room: Robert Laidlaw
Workshop Room: Peter Healy 2
 
Accommodation:
Heritage Auckland has discounted rates for attendees. Please call CRO toll-free 0800 368 888 or email reservations@heritagehotels.co.nz and quote the block name (Aventedge) or block ID 632710 to book. 
 
T: +64 9-379 8553
 
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