Sydney CBD Event Schedule 2018
Sydney CBD Event #5: Taking a Leader Led Approach to Culture Change Part Two
Speaker: Tanja Van Heerden
Position: Head of HR
Company: The NRMA
Tanja van Heerden is a commercially focused, resilient, proactive and accomplished human resources professional. She has extensive people, culture and project/transformational change experience, acquired through working in the Financial Services sector and Customer Centric organisations.
Tanja has a positive, energetic and engaging style that results in strong internal partnerships at all levels. She has built and grown high performing Human Resources teams that deliver quality HR advice and services. She is focused on shifting HR thinking and practices away from a transactional focus to a more strategic business partnering approach that delivers people priorities to support the strategy.
She is experienced in designing and delivering cutting edge people change programs to support organisational change and strategy. This includes major transformation programs that include: organisational redesign and embedding company vision, mission and strategy. It is supported by leadership and capability development and culture programs, such as values and behaviours and employment branding.
|From:||Tue 13th Nov 2018 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 13th Nov 2018 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #4: The Journey to Create the Optus Purpose and Employer Brand
Speaker: Ronan Carolan
Position: Head of HR Consumer, Australia
Ronan Carolan has been the Head of HR at Optus since April 2013 and leads the HR Business Partnering teams for the Consumer Business.
The ambition of Optus is to deliver game changing customer experiences. Central to this transformation are 4 key strategic priorities - Grow, Accelerate, Excite and Deliver.
Prior to joining Optus Ronan held a variety of senior HR roles in the financial services and pharmaceutical industries.
Ronan is a Fellow of AHRI and amongst his other qualifications holds a Masters of Management from MGSM.
|From:||Tue 11th Sep 2018 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 11th Sep 2018 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #3: A Case Study of Creating a High Performing Team and Function to Win the HR Team of the Year
Speaker: Seema Barooah
Position: Head of HR Operations
Seema Barooah is the head of HR Operations at the highly respected Challenger Limited.
Seema has played a key role in developing the HR strategy and innovation enabling Challenger to win the Australian HR Team of the Year in the above 1000 employees category.
|From:||Tue 14th Aug 2018 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 14th Aug 2018 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #2: Optimising Business Results with Flexible Working Arrangements
Speaker: Kristen Sweeney
Position: Co-Head of HR, GM Organisational Development & Business Partners
Kristen has been with Mirvac for over two years and is Co-Head of HR, looking after Talent; Recruitment; Leadership Development; Diversity & Inclusion; Employee Engagement, and Employee Relations.
Kristen has 20 years’ experience in HR and driving cultural change programs and has held senior leadership roles in the retail, finance and insurance industry before joining the Property industry.
|From:||Tue 8th May 2018 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 8th May 2018 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #1: Employment Law & the Gig Economy: Sharing Learning & What is Coming Next
Speaker: Gordon Williams
Position: Partner, HR & Industrial Relations
Company: Minter Ellison
Gordon Williams is a leading employment lawyer and advises on a full range of employment, human resources and industrial relations issues. He also has market leading expertise in employee benefit arrangements and related corporate governance issues.
Building on his previous UK practice, Gordon also has strong project management skills in multi-jurisdictional employment matters, including international assignments and secondments.
Gordon is recognised for his expertise in the ‘International Who's Who of Management Labour and Employment Lawyers and in Australia by Best Lawyers’. Gordon is also a sought-after trainer at industry seminars and client workshops.
|From:||Tue 20th Feb 2018 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 20th Feb 2018 9:00 am|