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2002 Conference


Programme

Key:
Talent
Balance
Results
Networking
Keynote
Trend Spotter
 
Talent
Balance
Results
Networking
Keynote
Trend Spotter

  • HR WORKSHOPS
    Hands-on learning for small groups of practitioners who want to gain new skills, insights and practical solutions.

  • SITE VISITS
    Informal meetings with some of HR's best teams

  • KEY NOTES
    Thought-leading speakers

  • HR INTERACTIONS
    A formal presentation followed by small and/or large group discussions

  • EXPERIENCES
    A variety of different experiences including an open space lunch, a certification workshop, a panel discussion, a quiz, a members forum and something completely different.

  • SPECIAL TREATS
    Networking, cocktails, party-time

Click on the Workshop Title (ie. HR WORKSHOP F1 ) for more information.

Wednesday 12th September 2001 - Fringe Events

8.00-9.00AM Conference Registration
9:00AM-12:00PM
Talent HR WORKSHOP F1
New Paradigms on Recruiting
Christian Dahmen, Partner Human Capital, Arthur Andersen
Balance HR WORKSHOP F2
Work/life realities - juggling responsibilities
Jacquie Duffin, HR Manager, Recruitment Team, TMP Worldwide
Results HR WORKSHOP F3
HR's role in e-business/e-commerce initiatives
Cliff Osborne, Head of HR and Training, Creative Training Systems
9.30AM-12.00PM

SITE VISITS - Visit one of these two sites known for their HR expertise.

  1. Telecom (Talent management: identifying and keeping high potentials) or
  2. Department of Customs (Building Future Fitness - competence, culture, capacity).
12.15-1.45PM SPECIAL INTEREST LUNCH - Open Space: One Burning Question. An opportunity to bring one burning question to lunch and have a facilitated discussion with other HR practitioners. Hear different viewpoints about the important day to day issues affecting those at the 'front line' of HR. Lunch provided.
12.15-1.45PM CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP Be somebody! get certificated! go professional! A special workshop for members of HRINZ who want to apply for HRINZ Certification but just need a kick-start to get going. Certification moves you from being a general member to a professional member. It is public recognition of your competence and an asset for your CV. Facilitated by Naomi Johnson FHRINZ, HR Manager, Diagnostic Medlab. Lunch provided.

2.00-5.00PM

Talent HR WORKSHOP F4
HRM and the Career Free Agent
Mary Mallon, Senior Lecturer in Management, University of Otago HR
Balance HR WORKSHOP F5
Ecruiting - Fishing in the ocean or just the rock pool?
Robyn Hunt, writer, commentator and leader in technology and disability and Graham Oliver, web developer.
Results HR WORKSHOP F6
1994 to 2010: Future Directions for HR in New Zealand
Noel Burchell, Principal Lecturer, UNITEC Institute of Technology.
2.30-5.00PM

SITE VISITS - Visit one of two sites known for their HR expertise. Te Papa or ACC.

  1. Te Papa (Investing in people - investing for the future) or
  2. ACC (The Future, shared ownership of the protection of our staff).
5:00-6:00PM Conference Registration
5.30-7.00PM
Networking Welcome Reception & Cocktails

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Thursday 13th September 2001

8.00-9.00AM Conference Registration
Expo Opens 8am
9:00-9.20AM Welcome to the Conference
9:20-10:30AM

Trend Spotter

Opening Keynote Address
B2E on the future of work and achievement of results
Robin Lissak, Senior Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers, USA
10:30-11:00AM Coffee and Expo
11.00AM-12:30PM
Talent HR INTERACTION A1
Business focussed HRM - or "Knowing Where You're Going"
Ian Beardwell, De Montford University, Leicester, UK
Balance HR INTERACTION A2
e-Workplace: leveraging technology so employees achieve balance
Ken Goodwin, General Manager HR and Michelle McCormack, Professional Development Consultant, Unisys HR
Results HR INTERACTION A3
Optimising the HR Delivery Solution
Bill Farrell, Director PricewaterhouseCoopers, Australia
12.00-1.00PM This is your life…
1.00-2.30PM Lunch and Expo

2.30-4.00PM

Talent HR INTERACTION B1
High touch + low touch = (talent)
Heather Miles, Chief Executive, Mariner7
Balance HR INTERACTION B2
Preparing Your In-House IT 'Talent' for the E-environment
Pak Yoong, Senior Lecturer and Foundation Director of Masters programme in Information Systems, School of Communications and Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington
Results HR INTERACTION B3
It's About Making Sure That Success Succeeds - Triple Bottom Line Reporting
Mike Johnson, HR Manager, Landcare Research
4.00-4.30PM Coffee and Expo
4.30-5.45PM
Keynote KEYNOTE ADDRESS
HR in the New Global Economy
Bob Morton, Head of HR Development Northern Europe, Ciba UK
5.45-6.30PM
Networking The Weakest Link (A 'University Challenge' type of quiz)
Expo and Networking
7.30PM-Late
Networking Let the Fun Begin… A relaxed, fun evening of fine food, wine and entertainment.

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Friday 14th September 2001

8.00-9.15AM
Talent
Balance
Breakfast Buzz - Panel Discussion Paid Parental Leave - who gets left holding the baby? Hon Laila Harre, Associate Minister of Labour; Anne Knowles, CEO NZ Employers Federation; Kirsten Patterson, HR Manager, Stagecoach.
8.30-9:30AM Expo (for those who don't make it to breakfast)
9:30-10.30AM
Talent HR INTERACTION C1
Upskilling our workforce for tomorrow - A pilot's view of the National Qualifications Framework
Andrew West, CEO NZ Qualifications Authority
Balance HR INTERACTION C2
Virtual Reality: the impact of virtual organisations on the workforce
Helene Higbee, Co-director Higbee-Schaffler Ltd
Results HR INTERACTION C3
HR: Value or Expense? Measuring future business relationships
Paul Toulson, Head of Department HR, Massey University
10.30-11.00AM
Coffee and Expo
11.00AM-12.30PM
Keynote

Trend Spotter
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Recruiting in the Year 2005 - why we are having such a talent war and the trends that will re-craft how we acquire talent
Kevin Wheeler, President Global Learning Resources Inc, USA
12.30-1.00PM MEMBERS FORUM
1.00-2.00PM Networking Lunch and Expo Prize Giving

2.30-3.45PM

Talent HR INTERACTION D1
The war for talent: what does this really mean?
Ann Ryder, Manager - Wellington Operations, RightD&A Ltd
Balance HR INTERACTION D2
Temporary Staff: Facing an attitude time-warp - deterring knowledge development and contributions
Michael Richards, Working Relations Expert, Monster.com
Results HR INTERACTION D3
HR as an active knowledge leader in organisations
Vicki Mclaughlin, Client Manager and Rose Boyle, Knowledge Manager, Infinity Solutions
3.45-4.45PM
Keynote

CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Peak Performance the Meridian Way
Clive Gilson, Chair HRM, University of Waikato Management School, Michael Pratt, Dean of Waikato Management School and Craig Robertson, Principal, Human Resources, Meridian Energy Limited.

4.45-5.00PM CONFERENCE CLOSES

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