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Keynote | The New Intelligence for the Human Age
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Keynote | The New Intelligence for the Human Age
COVID-19 is spreading exponentially, workforces have been sent home, physical distancing and self-isolation are the new norm and school's out. Welcome to the reality of being a professional in 2020. Partner this complexity with a workforce that was already feeling burnt out, anxious and humanly disconnected and you have the platform for a perfect storm.

Whilst the immediate priority is focused on flattening the curve, the long-term critical priority is maintaining the mental health of our society so that those who survive have the ability to thrive. We find ourselves at a forced moment of inflection. Mother nature has sent us to our metaphoric rooms and given us time out – time out to rethink the future of humanity and the role we have in shaping it.

Welcome to the human age! A place where those who put humans first and prioritise the mental health of their employees will reap the rewards long term. But how? It’s time to cultivate a new intelligence – an intelligence that enables humans to cease reacting and start intentionally adapting.

This interactive learning experience will explore:

• What it means to be human and why it matters more than ever
• How to cultivate positive human connection experiences whilst working virtually
• A framework for amplifying the human skills required to support intentional adaptation and basic wellbeing
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Machines in Suits: Building a Digital HR Workforce at QBE
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query_builder 10:50 - 11:20 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Machines in Suits: Building a Digital HR Workforce at QBE
QBE have been faced with the business problem. How do we increase the efficiency, effectiveness and experience of HR services which we deliver to 11,800 people across 27 countries?

In this revealing case study, Vernon will outline how QBE has started on a program of work to introduce intelligent automation (digital workers) alongside human colleagues. What tactics they have employed, what they would do differently and what they would avoid?

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. How smart tech is impacting the delivery of HR, work and the workplace
2. How QBE HR operations is progressing with its intelligent automation journey
3. The benefits and challenges of integrating a digital and human workforce
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The Impact of COVID on Corporate Culture
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query_builder 10:50 - 11:20 | Event time (GMT+11)
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The Impact of COVID on Corporate Culture
A company's culture is never more important than during a crisis. Over the last six months, COVID has impacted so many parts of an employee's life and wellbeing, that culture's ability to be the 'glue' in an orgniasation has been truly tested. How can organisations keep their people connected and resilient when social distancing and isolation are required?

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. How to maintain employee connection when working remotely
2. The role of leaders in a crisis
3. Using surveys to check in on mental health
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Imagine if We Could Predict Growth and How to Re-Skill Our Employees to Fill Demand
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Imagine if We Could Predict Growth and How to Re-Skill Our Employees to Fill Demand
How to predict demand to help people re-skill in time to further their careers and become even more relevant for the future. Telstra's current proof of concept will explore how they orchestrate people outcomes that are values-lead, and really speak to joining for a career not just a job.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Learn about how Telstra is tackling their approach to re-skilling
2. Learn about what re-skilling and up-skilling are, and why they are important
3. Learn about Telstra’s approach to pathways to support re-skilling
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Future-Ready HR: Leading Breakthrough Performance in the New World of Work
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Future-Ready HR: Leading Breakthrough Performance in the New World of Work
The world has changed forever, and the future of work is full of challenges and uncertainty. How HR leaders help their organisations navigate through these changes ahead will be critical to ensuring viability and creating competitive advantage.

To effectively lead the transformation required, deliver maximum impact on results and effectively align talent with the organisation's strategic plans, HR leaders must deeply understand the business, focus strategically, understand how to influence change, and play a key role in solving business problems.

In this session, Jennifer will challenge conventional thinking about HR's role in organisations and explore progressive ways to continue evolving and disrupting traditional people practices, while building the relationships and influence necessary to gain approval and executive support.

This interactive session delivers information, actionable insights and new ideas that HR leaders can leverage immediately to drive business results and competitive advantage for their organisations.

5 key learnings for this session include:

1. Understand the skills, competencies, and mindset that will define effective HR leaders in the future of work
2. Examine evolving workforce trends and talent strategies
3. Discover how to embrace and lead change while developing high-trust, high-value relationships with business partners
4. Learn from real-life examples and lessons learned from leaders who have taken risks, and disrupted HR in their organisations
5. Practical and actionable tips and techniques that can immediately impact business today
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Keynote | HR Technology Market 2021
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Keynote | HR Technology Market 2021
The pandemic has caused many companies to shift technology-related planning and investments. Some purchases have been delayed indefinitely, while others have been accelerated. Solutions that might have been considered nice-to-have options have become essential, and everyone is looking to technology for help in keeping employees engaged, connected and involved as businesses adapt to conditions changing daily. Join Josh Bersin as he reviews the state of the HR technology market in the COVID-19 era.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. The new architecture for HR tech in 2021
2. The categories seeing greatest levels of innovation
3. The emerging role of innovative solutions from small vendors and the landscape of learning, talent marketplace, recruiting, and employee experience
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Live Q&A | Resilience and Leadership in Times of Acute Adversity
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query_builder 10:50 - 11:25 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Live Q&A | Resilience and Leadership in Times of Acute Adversity
Business leaders during the pandemic are operating in the most unprecedented times. Uncertainty reigns and the need to pivot and realign business goals is occurring multiple times in a short time frame.

Commissioner Fitzsimmons can take those acutely adverse conditions, and multiply them many times over. During the 2019/2020 fire season, he led the teams of the NSW RFS through some of the toughest and most austere operating conditions.

He demonstrated resilience and leadership in the extreme, and in this live Q&A session, he will share with us all key takeaways that can add to our playbook as we navigate these most uncertain times.
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A Tech-Driven Approach to Employee Engagement Strategies
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A Tech-Driven Approach to Employee Engagement Strategies
In this session, Bernd will walk you through how Siemens Health in Germany have successfully enhanced employee engagement by integrating it with the company's (wish) culture. It will cover how they did this while preventing blaming and finger-pointing-to-the-board mentality.

Hear how they integrated analytical and continuous improvement processes into normal management routines, implementing continuous improvement and agile visual management philosophies while engaging with their teams in such a way that has allowed for efficient data-driven decision making.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Ways to identify who can really influence employee engagement within your business
2. Strategies to integrate engagement with other cultural elements and vice-versa
3. Understanding how technology was set up and what tools are used to prove results have been delivered
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Leveraging Engagement and Culture to Drive Business Change
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query_builder 14:05 - 14:35 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Leveraging Engagement and Culture to Drive Business Change
The energy transformation requires new thinking to solve the challenges facing the industry. At EnergyAustralia, unlocking the engagement of our people and building a culture that will enable delivery of our new strategy is key to their future business success. In this session, learn practical tips you can implement from their journey towards achieving this.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. How to start leading transformational change in a traditional business
2. Finding and building a group of allies
3. How to get support for virtually anything you want to change
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Keynote | Shaping a “Better Normal” in the Now of Work
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Keynote | Shaping a “Better Normal” in the Now of Work
COVID is the great digital accelerator of our time – one that prioritised humanity in all aspects of our personal and professional lives, society and the economy. 2020 will be remembered as a year of dramatic world shifts, the arrival of the digital workplace and distributed work, and human resilience and adaptability.

Approached with optimism, the “now of work” presents incredible opportunities for organisations who establish a people-first mindset that encourages experimentation, innovation, and growth. Jason sets the agenda for HR to lead the reset as we navigate to a “better normal” in a post-COVID world.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. What have we learned about what it means to be human in a year when we have had multiple pandemics that have impacted humanity?
2. How can we reframe work to create a “better normal" and not just a “new normal”?
3. What are the 5 resets for HR to take us into 2021?
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