Sydney CBD Event #1: Future of HR
Speaker: Dr. Amber Brooks
Position: Culture & Leadership Director (Organisational Development)
Amber is a versatile, authentic and commercially-oriented executive and organisational psychologist with deep expertise in strategic partnering, organisational development and change leadership. She has extensive experience partnering leaders and teams to deliver business outcomes and transformational organisational change. With partnering outcomes achieved through developing a deep understanding of the business context, strategy and culture system dynamics, building trusting relationships, and partnering for outcomes with vision, discipline, pragmatism and a highly collaborative approach.
|From:||Tue 12th Feb 2019 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 12th Feb 2019 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #2: Talent Acquisitions Role Driving Business Outcomes
Speaker: Ben Whitfield
Position: Senior Recruitment Manager
Ben has strong experience working with large scale publicly listed corporations, small consulting firms and for one of Australia's premier universities. he is a senior Talent Manager, HR and OD practitioner with proven expertise and experience in talent acquisition, recruitment, employee engagement, change management, workshop facilitation, and diversity and inclusion.
He is an experienced speaker who will share useful insights, tips and tricks in the Talent Acquisition and Diversity & Inclusion area during this session.
|From:||Tue 2nd Apr 2019 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 2nd Apr 2019 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #3: Getting it Right: HR's Part in Mergers and Acquisition
Speaker: Steve Reid
Position: Chief People and Culture Officer
Company: Oooh Media
Steve is a senior HR & OD executive with a passion for helping people and organisations develop and grow. He has worked across diverse industries in consulting, from health care and FMCG to mining, has extensive experience in technology and telecommunications and in financial services, media & advertising. He has the ability to engage others in a long term vision and present and influence at executive and board level. As a leader, he builds loyal and talented teams through empowerment, development and a personal approach.
|From:||Tue 4th Jun 2019 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 4th Jun 2019 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #4: How OD Enables Organisational Change
Speaker: Michelle Phipps
Position: Group Head of Talent, Learning and Inclusion
Company: Coca Cola Amatil
Michelle has worked for Blue Chip companies within retail and manufacturing for the past 20+ years; from Sales, Marketing and specialist HR roles to VP HR Director and Board member level.
Michelle has led the strategy and implementation plans of HR Operations and helped lead workforce efficiency programs that have gained significant traction and results. Throughout her career, she has been committed to cultural strategy and diversity.
|From:||Tue 10th Sep 2019 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 10th Sep 2019 9:00 am|
Sydney CBD Event #5: A Case Study in HR
Speaker: Lucinda Gemmell - at Virgin Australia
Position: Group Executive, People
Company: Virgin Australia
Lucinda Gemmell joined Virgin Australia in October 2017 as Group Executive People for the Virgin Australia Group. In this role, Lucinda is responsible for the Group’s people and culture strategy, talent, leadership development, organisational effectiveness, group remuneration and benefits and staff travel. Lucinda has more than 20 years of progressive HR and commercial leadership experience in Australia and Asia Pacific. Her experience includes HR leadership (Australia and Asia Pacific), Strategy Management and Business Management.
Prior to this, Lucinda Gemmell was the General Manager People with Endeavour Drinks Group, Woolworths Ltd managing brands including Dan Murphy’s, BWS, Pinnacle Drinks, Cellarmasters, Langtons and Summergate in China. She provided leadership for Talent and Organisational Development, Leadership and Culture, Organisational Effectiveness, Learning and Development and Employment Relations.
Lucinda previously held the roles of HR Director, Australia and Asia Pacific Supply based in Singapore with Diageo. In her role as HR Director in Australia, she led Diageo's HR function to deliver the Australian business strategy. This role delivered significant growth in the business with a focus on talent, engagement and organisational effectiveness. Prior she held HR leadership, strategy and business management roles in Fairfax.
Lucinda was a finalist Young Australian of the Year (1998) in the Career Achievement category recognising achievements in executing complex change in organisations. Lucinda was awarded 2014 Australian HR Director of the Year at the Australian HR Awards.
She holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.
|From:||Tue 29th Oct 2019 7:30 am|
|To:||Tue 29th Oct 2019 9:00 am|