Posts Tagged: HR Leaders

28 Oct

Grey Matters: Increasing employment participation among older workers

Milano Pellegrini, Head of HR – Caltex Supply Chain, Caltex provided the closing Keynote Presentation at the HR Leaders Resources Summit on, “Grey Matters: Increasing employment participation among older workers.”

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28 Oct

Where Do We See Performance Management In The Future?

The session, “Where Do We See Performance Management In The Future?” was the closing Keynote Panel Discussion for the 3rd Annual HR Leaders Resources Summit.

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28 Oct

Driving value in a constrained environment

Keith Wilkinson, General Manager P&C – Resourcing & Systems Delivery, Origin Energy provided the Keynote Presentation on, “Driving value in a constrained environment,” at the HR Leaders Resources Summit.

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28 Oct

Diversity Programs and Policies

Day two of the HR Leaders Resources Summit began with a Panel Discussion on, “Diversity Programs and Policies.”

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27 Oct

“Growing A Global Mining Company – the MMG ‘We Mine For Progress’ Story”

Michelle Greenhalgh, General Manager Human Resources, MMG provided the Keynote Presentation, “Growing A Global Mining Company – the MMG ‘We Mine For Progress’ Story” at the HR Leaders Resources Summit.

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27 Oct

Maintaining Talent in Tough Times

The Keynote Panel Discussion on, “Maintaining Talent in Tough Times,” was moderated by Adam Hall, Director – Talent & Reward, Towers Watson.

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27 Oct

Leading True Transformation In The Australian Resources Sector

Barry Bloch, Executive General Manager, Project Support, BGC Contracting provided the Opening Keynote Presentation on, “Leading True Transformation In The Australian Resources Sector,” at the 3rd Annual HR Leaders Resources Summit.

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07 Oct

The Power of Coaching

Mags Bell, Author, International Speaker, Executive Coach, Director of Creating Powerful Results and HR Leaders Resources Summit sponsor claims that, “we’re not having the discussions in the workplace that we should be having, because it is perceived to cause too much conflict.”

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