HR BENCHMARKING CONFERENCE

2017 CONFERENCE

 

4 - 6 September

Millenium Queenstown, NZ

PAST CONFERENCES

2015 - STRATEGIES. STRUCTURES. SOLUTIONS.
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Day 1 - Tuesday, 15 September

 

How simple ideas make life complicated – managing a VC’s ambition in the context of institutional HR​

Speaker: Professor David Lloyd - Vice-Chancellor and President, University of South Australia

Global Mobility in the University Sector:  a business perspective

Speaker: Lorraine Jennings - Principal Global Mobility Practice Leader, Mercer

Building Leadership Excellence at ACU to ensure successful execution of the 2020 Excellence Agenda

Speakers: Diana Chegwidden - Director, Human Resources, Australian Catholic University / Dr Rod Gutierrez - Director, Leadership and Organisational Development, Lee Hecht Harrison / Georg Hirschi - Talent Solutions Director, Lee Hecht Harrison

Defining Academic Performance – a start to the journey at the University of Adelaide

Speakers: Elysia Ryan - Director, Human Resources, The University of Adelaide / Kelly Campbell - Manager, Sustainable Transformation Program, The University of Adelaide

 

Day 2 - Wednesday, 16 September

 

Productivity, Efficiency and effectiveness in the HE workforce – the leadership challenge from a UK perspective: Some strategies, some structures, some solutions!

Speaker: Alison Johns - Chief Executive Officer, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, UK

A New Higher Education Standards Framework

Speaker: Emeritus Professor Alan Robson, AO - Member, Higher Education Standards Panel

Workplace Analytics – optimising the Higher Education workplace of the future​

Speaker: James Kissell - Director of Marketing, APAC and ANZ, WFS Australia

Executive Coaching in Higher Education - a neuropsychological perspective

Speaker: Ryszard (Ryk) Bliszczyk - Leadership Psychologist

Cultivating an enterprising workplace culture: stages in one university’s journey

Speaker: Greg Giles - Manager, People Development and Performance, University of South Australia

Delivering a digital transformation: insights and learnings from the sector’s super fund

Speaker: Kathryn Forrest - National Manager, Employer Relationships, UniSuper

Open your mind to a new perspective!

Speaker: Vinh Giang - Entrepreneur, South Australian of the Year 2013

Coming in from the outside: perspectives of HR Directors new to the higher education sector​

Speakers: Fiona Reed - Executive Director, Human Resources, La Trobe University / Sharon Champness - Director, People and Workforce Strategy, University of Newcastle

Academic workload models are not what you think: some surprising early benchmarking outcomes.

Speakers: Dr Stijn Dekeyser - School of Agricultural, Computational and Environmental Sciences, University of Southern Queensland / Liz Baré​ - Fellow, LH Martin Institute

 

2014 - ENHANCING CAPABILITIES
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Day 1 - Thursday 4 September

 

Evolving Universities: Is the current model facing extinction?

Speaker: Professor Annabelle Duncan - Vice-Chancellor, University of New England

Actioning University of Newcastle’s people strategy to shape the future

Speakers: Professor John Germov - Pro Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Education and Arts, Professor of Sociology, University of Newcastle / Peter Watson - Principal Consultant – Talent Solutions, Lee Hecht Harrison

The impact of changing demographics

Speaker: Professor Graeme Hugo AO - ARC Australian Professorial Fellow Professor of Geography, The University of Adelaide

Building Organisational Capabilities through Strategic Workforce Planning: A successful start to the journey at La Trobe University

Speakers: Ephraim Spehrer-Patrick - Principal, Practice Leader, Mercer / Fiona Reed - Executive Director, Human Resources, La Trobe University / Richard Frampton - Executive Director, Student Services and Administration, La Trobe University

 

Day 2 - Friday 5 September

 

New capabilities for leading future academic work

Speaker: Professor Hamish Coates - Chair, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne

Building workforce planning capabilities

Speaker: Dr Bernd Irmer - Senior Lecturer, School of Management, Queensland University of Technology

Is your performance management program satisfying compliance requirements or driving organizational success?

Speakers: Karen Evans - Managing Director, Asia Pacific NGA.Net / Lionel Newman - Consultant, iedex
NGA.Net

Another cog in the machine

Speaker: Daniel Gullo - Principal, DMG Consulting Group

Innovation in recruitment

Speaker: Gabrielle Reilly - General Manager - Education and Government, Slade Partners

Global Trends in HR

Speaker: Dr Denise Meyerson - Educational Director, Management Consultancy International

HR data: Who cares?

Speakers: Elice Garcia - ‎Senior Business Analyst, Human Resources, University of Queensland / Beverley Bosman - Deputy Director, Human Resources, University of Technology, Sydney

Enhancing organisational capability: The Curtin Living Our Values Initiative

Speaker: Tony Brown - Senior Consultant, Leadership Organisational Development, Curtin University

“Change Challenge” Award Winners for Employee Engagement in Australian Universities

Speaker: Dr Peter Langford - Director, Voice Project

2013 - A WORLD OF CHANGE
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Day 1 - Thursday, 31 October 2013

 

Rethinking HR in a Changing World - A technology perspective

Speakers: David Pare - Director, IT Advisory, KPMG / Linda Williamson - Director, IT Advisory, KPMG

Equipping Managers to Manage Effectively at UWA

Speakers: Robert Farrelly - Director, Human Resources, University of Western Australia / Paul Wilson - HR Applications Manager, University of Western Australia

The Ageing Workforce and Barriers to Mature Age Employment

Speaker: Dr Ruth Williams - Research Fellow, National Senior Australia

 

Day 2 - Friday, 1 November 2013

 

Reshaping the Academic Workforce - Curtin University

Speakers: William Ryan - Director, Human Resources, Curtin University / Professor Jo Ward - Head, School of Science, Curtin University

The Highs and Lows of Leadership Skills in Universities

Speaker: Dr Peter Langford - Director, Voice Project

The Transformative Power of Strategic Talent Management

Speaker: Karen Evans - Managing Director, Asia Pacific, NGA.Net / Edgar Kautzner - Director, Global Talent/Analytics, NGA.Net

Breaking the Shackles: What can HR do to meet the Challenges confronting Universities?

Speaker: Elizabeth Bare - Fellow, LH Martin Institute

How to write powerful online job copy that attracts the best talent worldwide

Speaker: Jeremy Pointer - Global Business Development Director, Jobs.ac.uk

AIMing to Change the Way We Change: Building Change Agent Capacity

Speakers: Paul Lefebvre - Vice President, People and Culture, Victoria University / Sarah Wood - General Manager, People and Organisational Development, Victoria University

Strategic Workforce Planning and Analytics During University Sector Change

Speakers: Olivia Tsen - Principal, Talent-Leadership and Organisational Performance, Mercer / Ephraim Spehrer-Patrick - Leader, Workforce Strategy and Planning, Mercer

Social media in HR practice - An ethical double-edged sword

Speaker: Karen Sutherland - Assistant Lecturer, School of Applied Media and Social Studies, Monash University

Talent Acquisitions and Management through Socail Media

Speaker: Tim Grogan - Head of Solutions, Asia Pacific LinkedIn, Australia

2012 - DEVELOPING A HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURE
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Day 1 - Tuesday, 16 October

 

The future workforce: The challenges of building a world class university system

Speaker: Professor Caroline McMillen - Vice Chancellor, University of Newcastle

Building a story from workforce metrics: Making data meaningful to compel action at University of Western Australia

Speaker: Rod Dewsbury - Associate Director, HR Policy and Planning, University of Western Australia

State of Play: Australian and New Zealand higher education workforce 2007 - 2012

Speaker: Daniel Gullo - Principal, HR Forecaster Pty. Ltd

HR Benchmarking Panel discussion – Unpacking the data: Institutional responses to HR benchmarking results 2012

Panel Members: Victoria University / Victoria University of Wellington, NZ / University of Western Australia

 

Day 2 - Wednesday, 17 October

 

Lifting Research Performance

Speaker: Professor Peter Rathjen - Vice Chancellor, University of Tasmania

Driving High Performance through Leadership Development

Speakers: Alison Tickner - Partner, Regional Head of Leadership, Diversity and Learning Solutions, Asia Pacific, Mercer Australia / Raphaele Nicaud - Principal, National Talent Segment Leader, Human Capital Queensland Market Leader, Mercer Australia

Transforming performance at RMIT University

Speaker: Marcia Gough - Executive Director, Human Resources, RMIT University

The future of HR tech.  Right here. Right now.

Speaker: Brendan Thannhauser - Managing Director, Asia Pacific NGA. Net Pty. Ltd.

Performance Management Systems – Deciding what’s appropriate for your environment to enable successful engagement

Speaker: Bonnie Robinson - Manager, HR Strategic Projects, Murdoch University

Tools for High Performance Recruitment: Building a Better Workforce

Speakers: Jeremy Pointer - Global Business Development Director, Jobs.ac.uk / Shane Pitman - Manager, HR Business Services, Griffith University

Enhancing performance through academic workload management

Speakers: Diana Chegwidden - Director, Human Resources Australian Catholic University / Janine Walker - Director, Human Resources, Griffith University

Engaging Sessional Staff: Curtin University Case Study

Speakers: Dr Peter Langford - Director, Voice Project / Dr Jane Scott - Manager, HR Projects and Policy Curtin University of Technology

Performance Management / Professional Development Review the Bond Way

Speaker: Eddie Nicolson - Principal HR Specialist, Bond University

Want more information?

Henry Wong

HR Benchmarking and Events Manager

03 8611 0515

henry.wong@aheia.edu.au

Training Terms, Conditions & Refunds

More than 28 calendar days prior to event start date a participant may: substitute an attendee, transfer to an alternative program date or cancel participation in a training program and request a refund by emailing training@aheia.edu.au

15 - 28 calendar days prior to event start date a participant may: substitute an attendee or transfer to an alternative program date

14 calendar days or less prior to event start date  a participant may: substitute an attendee.

To ensure the maximum value for AHEIA members, a minimum number of participants are required to run a successful program. AHEIA reserves the right to cancel or postpone a program to an alternative date. In this event registrants will be offered the opportunity to transfer to the next available program, or receive a full refund.

Privacy Policy

This following document sets forth the Privacy Policy for the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA) website, www.aheia.edu.au.

AHEIA is bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), which sets out a number of principles concerning the privacy of individuals.

Collection of your personal information

There are many aspects of the site which can be viewed without providing personal information, however, for access to AHEIA customer support features you are required to submit personally identifiable information. This may include but not limited to a unique username and password, or provide sensitive information in the recovery of your lost password.

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