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The HR Evolve Forum will explore the emerging future focused developments in human resources at a high strategic level, where we will bring together a group of over 150+ senior HR leaders from across the country, represented via a diverse range of industries.

Taking place on the 9th March, 2023 at the Hilton Hotel, Sydney, this years theme will be focused around “The evolving future of HR”.

About
the event

The HR Evolve Forum will explore the emerging future focused developments in human resources at a high strategic level, where we will bring together a group of over 150+ senior HR leaders from across the country, represented via a diverse range of industries.

Taking place on the 24th March, 2022 at the Sheraton Grand Sydney, Hyde Park. This years theme will be focused around “The evolving future of HR”.

Whilst we are all adjusting to the ‘new norm’ and adapting to the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 brought for us all, we are committed to deliver a great event in a well-managed and safe environment. We have introduced new event protocols to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all our sponsors, attendees and staff whilst continuing to deliver strong opportunities and engagements. You can download our Safe Event Guidelines here.

About
the event

The HR Evolve Forum will explore the emerging future focused developments in human resources at a high strategic level, where we will bring together a group of over 150+ senior HR leaders from across the country, represented via a diverse range of industries.

Taking place on the 24th March, 2022 at the Sheraton Grand Sydney, Hyde Park. This years theme will be focused around “ The evolving future of HR”

Over the last couple of years, businesses have seen a major shift in the way they need to engage, communicate and mentor employees, while at the upcoming forum in 2022 we have constructed a program that covers off the 6 major areas of importance for the HR leader of today. These include Employee Experience, Talent Management, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership, Future of Work and Mental Health & Wellbeing.

Attendees will have the opportunity to personalise their own agenda and maximise their time out of the office by selecting the sessions that are most relevant to them and their business.

Our networking drinks function will provide the chance to interact face to face with peers in a very relaxed setting, while the HR Marketplace will allow attendees to explore a range of products and services on offer across the industry that can assist their business in evolving.

Whilst we are all adjusting to the ‘new norm’ and adapting to the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 brought for us all, we are committed to deliver a great event in a well-managed and safe environment.

We have introduced new event protocols to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all our sponsors, attendees and staff whilst continuing to deliver strong opportunities and engagements.

You can download our Safe Event Guidelines here.

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POWERFUL AUDIENCE

Engage and interact with an audience of 150 + HR leaders

PERSONALISED PROGRAM

Select sessions that are pertinent for you and your business to attend

NETWORKING

Form new relationships with like-minded individuals on site

SPEAKERS

Over 30+ International and local HR leaders presenting on stage

FORM NEW PARTNERSHIPS

Connect with leading HR vendors directly via the HR Marketplace

STRENGTHEN YOUR SKILLS

Learn, grow and evolve your skills through engaging sessions

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The conference schedule is a draft and is subject to change.

Morning
March 9, 2023
Afternoon
March 9, 2023
8:00 am - 8:30 am
Networking Area

REGISTRATION AND MORNING REFRESHMENTS

8:30 am - 8:45 am
Stream A – Ballroom 1

Welcoming address and opening remarks from the chair

Sam McCool, CEO & Founder, www.sammccool.com.au

8:45 am - 9:15 am
Main Plenary – Ballroom 1

OPENING KEYNOTE - Employee lifecycle management from recruitment to the exit interview and beyond

Rodrigo Pizarro, Managing Director, L’Oreal Australia
  • Aligning human resources with your overall organisational strategy
  • The nexus of CEO, HR and Communications leadership
  • HR value creation and business performance

9:20 am - 9:45 am
Main Plenary - Ballroom 1

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION - The critical role of leadership in creating a healthy and nurturing workplace culture

Anthony Mitchell, Chairman and Chief Potential Officer, Bendelta

The events of the last two years have massively accelerated some trends, and flipped others on their heads. The evolution of organisational form, culture, conduct and ways of working is now happening faster than at any point in our lifetimes.

What must all organisations do to survive and thrive and how must leaders change their mindsets and behaviours, as well as their people’s, to ensure success?

10:00 am - 10:20 am
Main Plenary - Ballroom 1

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION - Harnessing persona mapping to better understand how your employees think, feel, and behave

Gus Worland, Founder/ Director, Gotcha4life
  • Mental Fitness - with the focus on building emotional muscle, and social connection and making a significant impact in raising the mental state of men, women, their families and communities.
  • Meaningful Mateship / Talk and Communicate. Build a deeper level of chat with your friends, family and others in your community. Don’t worry alone.
  • Speak up, reach out - encouraging everyone to speak up, reach out and develop the skills and connections needed for mental wellbeing.

10:25 am - 10:50 am
Foyer

NETWORKING BREAK

10:50 am - 11:10 am
Stream A – Ballroom 1

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Aligning human resources with your overall organizational strategy - the nexus of HR leadership, value creation and business performance

Fiona Andrew, National Manager Health and Wellbeing, Australia Post
  • Rising workload demands coupled with increasing cognitive complexity means we need to understand the activities that promote and protect worker mental health.
  • A lead indicators assessment approach is used to predict psychosocial risk factors, benchmark current levels of risk, and predict future trends
  • Achievements and learnings of the Australia Post program of work will be shared
10:50 am - 11:10 am
Stream B – Ballroom 2

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Skilling your workforce for the jobs of tomorrow, today

Jamie Preston, Senior Director Human Resources, Eli Lilly
  • Creating a company culture that enables future of work
  • Working with Senior Leaders to build commitment

11:15 am - 11:50 am
Stream A – Ballroom 1

PANEL DISCUSSION - The importance of humanity in human resources – the critical business case for being a purpose driven organization

Panellists:

Jo Cullen, General Manager, Organisational Culture, NRMA
Andrea McDowell, Head of Experience, Lendi Group

 

Moderator:

Kim Hamrosi, Executive Director, Corporate Mental Health Alliance Australia (CMHAA)

 

  • Measuring employee stress and its impact on performance
  • Identifying positive and negative working styles and how to navigate them
  • Developing and implementing better coping and problem solving skills to manage workplace stress

11:15 am - 11:50 am
Stream B – Ballroom 2

PANEL DISCUSSION - Striking a healthy balance between remote and officebased work in a post-COVID-19 world

Panellists:

Phil Reed, Chief Executive Officer, Pizza Hut
Kate Lewis, General Manager, People and Culture, The Reject Shop
Sarah-Ellen Maxwell, People & Performance Director, Solotel

 

Moderator:

Josh Vernon, Co-Founder & CEO, Wagestream

 

Employee wellbeing is now more important than ever, with businesses increasingly aware and active in this space. However, despite financial wellbeing being the largest contributor to overall mental and physical wellbeing it’s often missed by employers. By utilising unique strategies and digital tools, employers of choice are significantly reducing the financial strain on their employees and improving business performance.

 

This panel will discuss the importance of preventing wellbeing issues rather than just responding to them. They’ll also talk about the impact this shift in focus is having in terms of faster recruitment, increased productivity and shift-filling and reduced turnover.

11:55 am - 12:15 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Leading the new remote and flexible workforce

Terry Wong, General Manager, Move 4 Life
  • Innovative thinking about how to build physical wellbeing in your workforce beyond the standard offerings.
  • Discover the research around the Healthspan concept and why it matters to your wellbeing program.
  • Uncover the four pillars of building physical wellbeing, including some practical examples on how they might be implemented by your organisation.

11:55 am - 12:15 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Striking a healthy balance between remote and office-based work in a post-COVID-19 world

Linda McEntee, Global Cloud HXM Go-To-Market Services Lead, SAP

As businesses grow and evolve, it's important to maintain a focus on how to keep your people engaged and productive. With a growing expectation from employees to work wherever, whenever, and however they want, it is essential for businesses to create connected experiences that drive outcomes.

Join our session as we talk through:

  • Create connected experiences for your employees by eliminating disparate system and data
  • How to better understand employees’ needs to serve business needs
  • Discover ways to maximise and deploy your existing talent in an ever-changing environment, to ultimately drive organisation growth

12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Foyer

NETWORKING LUNCH

1:05 pm - 1:35 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 1 - Employee Experience - Creating a satisfying office environment and day to day experience of work

Jen Jackson, Chief Visionary Officer, Everyday Massive

Join Jen Jackson for a deep dive into how to design learning experiences for hybrid workforces.

As strategic and creative partners for organisations such as Amazon, Everyday Massive has been redefining what is possible when it comes to capability building, communication and connection in evolving work environments.

At this roundtable we’ll be exploring:

  • Individualised end-to-end learning strategies — that can be scaled
  • Skill-building throughout the whole employee experience
  • Why ‘Wordle’ went viral and brought teams all around the world closer together

1:05 pm - 1:35 am
Stream B - Ballroom 2

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 2 - Leadership - Identifying and building critical skills and competencies throughout your organization

Yu Dan Shi, Principal Behavioural Scientist, CoachHub

In 2020 and 2021 businesses were faced with new challenges on how to manage a remote workforce.

In 2022 the challenge is how to retain staff in the face of The Great Resignation. Experts predict Australia will see this issue start to have a major impact from March 2022 with 40% of the workforce considering leaving their current role.

In this session, we will discuss how HR Leaders can act now to help their organisations turn the Great Resignation to the Great Re-Engagement.

1:05 pm - 1:35 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 3 - ohesive interpersonal relationships and teams in mental health and wellbeing

Natalie Micarone, Co-Founder and Director, Bendelta

Leaders in 2022 have a huge amount to take on. They have to:

  • engage diffused, deflated and/or distracted workforces, by generating cultural renewal and crafting narratives of purpose, optimism and direction
  • deal with the hybrid organisation as the new normal by both embracing and shaping further changes to ways of working
  • move towards the permissionless, networked organisation by empowering and connecting networks of teams, and lubricate the flows between them
  • manage incredible talent volatility by shaping and delivering a compelling employee proposition
  • take on greater societal responsibility by hard-wiring better community and environmental actions into core business processes

At this roundtable we will learn how best to equip leaders to flourish in this complex context.

1:05 pm - 1:35 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 4 - Future of Work - Developing a clear future of work strategy and managing effective business transformation

Vicky Bartolacci, APAC Managing Director, Kineo

At this roundtable we will be unpacking, learning and providing ways to look at the role of HR within value creation and business performance.

The needs and expectations of HR Leaders have changed - and are more complex than ever before. How have organisations and individuals adapted?

Today HR can include addressing skills gap, digital transformation, D&I, flexible working, employee experience. HR also incorporates many other areas.

  • Are organisations adapting HR functions to be in a position to thrive?
  • What can we learn from organisations that have tried something different?
    What is the ever changing role of HR in organisational performance, how is value created?

To many, HR is the way to ‘fix everything’ In this roundtable, we look at HR’s role in strategy, the ways business performance is measured today- and ways we can create value.

1:05 pm - 1:35 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 5 - Talent Management - Integrating talent management across your business processes and activities

Tegan Davies, General Manager, Oranges Toolkit

In a rapidly changing, fast-paced economy, everyone needs effective self-management strategies to ensure they can be well at work and home. 'Resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility' is listed as one of the Top 10 Skills of 2025 in the Future of Work report by the World Economic Forum. So, what should current HR leaders be doing right now to prepare their employees for the future?

Join Tegan Davies, General Manager of The Oranges Toolkit, to explore proactive, science-based workplace wellbeing strategies that build emotional agility. We will discuss:

  • How can organisations use the latest neuroscience research to teach self-management, resilience and emotional intelligence?
  • How do leaders and organisations best manage rising burnout and fatigue levels in a constantly changing, challenging environment?
  • How can leaders amplify positive emotions and wellbeing practices through effective systems and processes?

1:05 pm - 1:35 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 6 - Diversity and Inclusion - Leveraging the innovation and business improvement benefits of a diverse workforce

Linda McEntee, Global Cloud HXM Go-To-Market Services Lead, SAP

In today’s ever changing environment, keeping your people engaged, productive and satisfied with their work has become more and more critical. With a growing expectation to work wherever, whenever, and however they want, it is essential for businesses to create connected experiences that drive outcomes. Join our roundtable to discuss:

  • How to connect data and create connected employee experiences for your organisation
  • How to better understand employees’ needs to serve business needs
  • Discover ways to maximise and deploy your existing talent in an ever-changing environment, to ultimately drive organisation growth

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 7 - Employee Experience - Giving employees opportunities to have their say in decision making – the importance of agency in productivity and performance

Jen Jackson, Chief Visionary Officer, Everyday Massive

Join Jen Jackson for a deep dive into how to design learning experiences for hybrid workforces.

As strategic and creative partners for organisations such as Amazon, Everyday Massive has been redefining what is possible when it comes to capability building, communication and connection in evolving work environments.

At this roundtable we’ll be exploring:

  • Individualised end-to-end learning strategies — that can be scaled
  • Skill-building throughout the whole employee experience
  • Why ‘Wordle’ went viral and brought teams all around the world closer together

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 8 - Leadership - Ensuring strong leadership and operational excellence across your entire supply chain

Yu Dan Shi, Principal Behavioural Scientist, CoachHub

In 2020 and 2021 businesses were faced with new challenges on how to manage a remote workforce.

In 2022 the challenge is how to retain staff in the face of The Great Resignation. Experts predict Australia will see this issue start to have a major impact from March 2022 with 40% of the workforce considering leaving their current role.

In this session, we will discuss how HR Leaders can act now to help their organisations turn the Great Resignation to the Great Re-Engagement.

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 9 - Mental Health and Wellbeing - Creating a healthy workplace supporting mental health and wellbeing

Natalie Micarone, Co-Founder and Director, Bendelta

Leaders in 2022 have a huge amount to take on. They have to:

  • engage diffused, deflated and/or distracted workforces, by generating cultural renewal and crafting narratives of purpose, optimism and direction
  • deal with the hybrid organisation as the new normal by both embracing and shaping further changes to ways of working
  • move towards the permissionless, networked organisation by empowering and connecting networks of teams, and lubricate the flows between them
  • manage incredible talent volatility by shaping and delivering a compelling employee proposition
  • take on greater societal responsibility by hard-wiring better community and environmental actions into core business processes

At this roundtable we will learn how best to equip leaders to flourish in this complex context.

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 10 - Future of Work - COVID-19 and the new normal of remote and flexible work

Vicky Bartolacci, APAC Managing Director, Kineo

At this roundtable we will be unpacking, learning and providing ways to look at the role of HR within value creation and business performance.

The needs and expectations of HR Leaders have changed - and are more complex than ever before. How have organisations and individuals adapted?

Today HR can include addressing skills gap, digital transformation, D&I, flexible working, employee experience. HR also incorporates many other areas.

  • Are organisations adapting HR functions to be in a position to thrive?
  • What can we learn from organisations that have tried something different?
    What is the ever changing role of HR in organisational performance, how is value created?

To many, HR is the way to ‘fix everything’ In this roundtable, we look at HR’s role in strategy, the ways business performance is measured today- and ways we can create value.

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 11 - Talent Management - Understanding and meeting emerging talent needs and expectations

Tegan Davies, General Manager, Oranges Toolkit

In a rapidly changing, fast-paced economy, everyone needs effective self-management strategies to ensure they can be well at work and home. 'Resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility' is listed as one of the Top 10 Skills of 2025 in the Future of Work report by the World Economic Forum. So, what should current HR leaders be doing right now to prepare their employees for the future?

Join Tegan Davies, General Manager of The Oranges Toolkit, to explore proactive, science-based workplace wellbeing strategies that build emotional agility. We will discuss:

  • How can organisations use the latest neuroscience research to teach self-management, resilience and emotional intelligence?
  • How do leaders and organisations best manage rising burnout and fatigue levels in a constantly changing, challenging environment?
  • How can leaders amplify positive emotions and wellbeing practices through effective systems and processes?

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - 12 - Diversity and Inclusion - Overcoming invisible bias around diversity and inclusion across your HR management

Linda McEntee, Global Cloud HXM Go-To-Market Services Lead, SAP

In today’s ever changing environment, keeping your people engaged, productive and satisfied with their work has become more and more critical. With a growing expectation to work wherever, whenever, and however they want, it is essential for businesses to create connected experiences that drive outcomes. Join our roundtable to discuss:

  • How to connect data and create connected employee experiences for your organisation
  • How to better understand employees’ needs to serve business needs
  • Discover ways to maximise and deploy your existing talent in an ever-changing environment, to ultimately drive organisation growth

2:10 pm - 2:35 am
Foyer

NETWORKING BREAK

2:35 pm - 2:55 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Fostering workforce resilience and adaptability in a disruptive global and local market

Kay Goodman, Director Accor Academy & Talent Development, Pacific, Accor
  • Key pillars of change to consider when building an inclusive culture that embraces differences
  • What actionable steps can be taken to start the process?
  • How can you effectively measure the impact of implementing a business integrated D&I strategy?

2:35 pm - 2:55 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Promoting resilience and mental wellbeing through effective work design

Alison Webb, Future of Work Lead, Lendlease

What shifts do we need to embrace to create workplace environments and experiences that deliver the most value to our people and organisations?

With 42% of Australians likely to resign if their work returns to 100% on-site, our workplace strategies for tomorrow must both support business growth and consider non-traditional alternatives that align to changing employee and customer needs.

3:00 pm - 3:35 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

PANEL DISCUSSION - Crafting a compelling and competitive employee value proposition for a changing labour market

Sam Brown, Head of Uber for Business, ANZ, Uber for Business
  • The Uber story: How Uber for Business has navigated through change
  • The challenges of employee wellbeing in a hybrid workplace
  • Working with organisations to build employee programs and solutions
3:00 pm - 3:35 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

PANEL DISCUSSION - Taking a proactive approach to wellbeing through positive mental health interventions and employee assistance programs

Panellists:

Pritho Saxena, HR Leader - China, Australia, Singapore & Philippines, Amazon
Natalie Devlin, Chief Experience Officer, Charter Hall

 

  • What challenges are organisations facing with hybrid work, and where have they been finding opportunities to perform better as a workforce?
  • Managing the people challenges hybrid work has triggered to ensure business outcomes and employee wellbeing
  • Strategies for re-entry and establishing the new normal after COVID– how are leading organisations managing the friction points, hesitations and discomforts?

3:40 pm - 4:00 pm
Stream A - Ballroom 1

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Strengthening talent management fundamentals - recruiting, skilling and retaining a capable workforce

Panellists:

Siobhan Savage, Chief Executive Officer, Reejig
Carmel Pelunsky, Director Executive Talent, Woolworths Group
Steve Hill, Group Executive, People & Workplace Environment, Aware Super
Yvonne McIntosh, Division Director Leadership, Talent and Culture Macquarie Group Limit

 

Moderator:

Louisa Grundy, Chief Marketing Officer, Reejig

 

To win in the new world of work, organisations need a zero wasted potential strategy. This means having the agility to adapt your workforce to meet your business needs, and get the right skills in the right place at the right time. Hear from industry leaders on the changing nature of work, how to make mobility work and how to drive impact in your organisation.

3:40 pm - 4:00 pm
Stream B - Ballroom 2

SPEAKING PRESENTATION - Fostering good employee work/life balance for more sustainable workforce performance

Panellists:

Afroditi Sebastian, Global Head of Organisational Development, Unispace
Julia Clayton, Senior Manager, People & Culture, Goodman
Sarah Oquist, Senior HR Manager, Trustwave Pacific
Stephanie Ley, Head of People Solutions, Employee Experience, Domain

 

Moderator:

Georgie Duthy, Enterprise Customer Success Manager, Enboarder

 

The world as we know it has changed.

Distributed & disconnected workforces have made working together even harder. Your people are being pulled in a million directions at once. Which is why it’s no wonder organisations are struggling to gain traction on their people programs.

The best employer brands are rising to the challenge.

Join us for an exciting panel discussion on how leading organisations are driving action on & engagement with their people initiatives.

Leave ready to bring your organisation into the age of People Activation.

4:05 pm - 4:25 pm
Main Plenary - Ballroom 1

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION - Fostering deep cultural change promoting diversity and inclusion mindedness

Rob Cassidy, Director of Sales - ANZ, CoachHub
  • Harnessing AI and Predictive Analytics in talent acquisition for fair and efficient recruitment
  • Building learning programs to augment business growth
  • Maintaining an attractive employer brand to retain high performers

4:30 pm - 5:05 pm
Main Plenary – Ballroom 1

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION - Going beyond social good wash to truly achieving diversity and inclusion on the ground

Panellists:

Vered Keisar, Chief People Officer, ResMed
Shruti Ganeriwala, HR Director, Unilever ANZ
Cinda Viranna, Head, Indigenous, Diversity and Inclusion, ABC

 

Moderator:

Eileen Baldry, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Equity Diversity and Inclusion, UNSW

 

  • The imperative for HR leaders to respond to racism and move the needle on diversity in their organisations
  • How can organizational leaders manage how bias influences decision making, hiring, promotions and retention?
  • Best practice models on education and training programs to move workers into management

5:05 pm - 5:10 pm
Main Plenary

CLOSING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR AND END OF THE FORUM

Sam McCool, CEO & Founder, www.sammccool.com.au

5:10 pm - 6:00 pm
Foyer

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