HR Leaders' Summit 2017
Inspiring and empowering HR business leaders
4 Apr 2017Grand Millennium Auckland, Auckland
Digital strategy, the future of work and increasing competition for the hyper-talented are just some of the issues facing the modern HR leader. Come together with peers, thought-leaders and industry experts to gain insights on the future of HR, the future of work and how to position yourself as a business leader within your organisation.
Now in its fifth year, the HR Leaders’ Summit has become the most popular platform for senior HR Leaders to connect and learn in NZ. Developed with research by leading HR professionals, this event tackles the hottest topics facing the industry today featuring keynote presentations, panel discussions and table discussions to enable the cross-pollination of ideas and future foresight.
Hear from our international keynote speaker Jason Laufer, Director of Talent Solutions at LinkedIn on how to create an effective employment brand to attract and retain the hyper-talented. The program also features New Zealand's leading futurist, Stephanie Pride, talking about the future workplace and the world 'beyond the job'.
2017 key themes: Workplace culture | Digital strategy for HR | Talent and employment branding
Featuring insights into:
- The role of HR in the future workplace
- Strategies to support and engage the modern workforce
- Creating competitive advantage through Artificial Intelligence
- Building the business case for HR technologies
With panel discussions:
- A chat with the C suite
- Winning the war on talent
And case studies from:
- Auckland Council
- Fletcher Building
Don't miss out on your opportunity to upskill with practical strategies to become the best leader you can be!
Here's what the 2016 delegates had to say about the HR Leaders' Summit:
"Quality and variety of speakers this year was great."
"It was a very good mix of people, view, achievement and presentations."
"Great variety of speakers and topics."
"A great conference. Well planned, excellent topics, excellent speakers. Loads of variety. Great sponsorship - well done!"
"Really interesting subjects covered and some very 'real' speakers."