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Day One – Wednesday 14 September

10.00am-5.00pm

HR Business Leaders’ Big Day Out – invited guests

8.00am

Registration opens – coffee on arrival

9.00am-10.00am

Conference Orientation and Warm-up
Mary-Alice Arthur
Introduction to the Conference, Setting the Scene,
Breaking the Ice

9.00am-10.00am

Branch time
Diana Cox
A chance for committee members to share experiences

10.00am-10.15am

Coffee break

10.15am-11.00am

Professional Membership Workshop
Craig Morris AFHRINZ, Convenor Grading Panel
Find out how to become a “professional member”
of HRINZ, and the value of being recognised as an
MHRINZ or SHRINZ.

10.15am-11.00am

Hot Spot – Life Stages
Revaluing “Retirement”
Diana Crossan, Retirement Commissioner

11.00am-12.30pm

Fringe Workshops

F1 Personal Values
Using Shared Values to Form a Team
John Faisandier, Faisandier Associates

F2 Corporate Values
Putting the Wheels Back on the Wagon
Belinda Bell & Sian Oliver, Toll NZ Consolidated

F3 Social Values
Health and Safety: Protecting Staff or Avoiding Fines?
Melissa Clark-Reynolds, INTAZ

F4 Developing Values
Developing Capability within the Core Business
Sussan Ockwell, Ockwell – Strategic Learning Solutions

12.30pm-1.15pm

Regional lunch – networking

1.15pm-2.15pm

Fringe Workshops

F5 Personal Values
The Value Proposition
Donna Andonicos, Catalyst 3:1 Ltd

F6 Corporate Values
When Values Clash
Russell McMurray, Dave George, Cerno Limited

F7 Social Values
The Diversity Game – Playing for Business Success
Philippa Reed, EEO Trust

F8 Developing Values
Self-Esteem, Productivity and Profitability
Peter Walsh and Annette Ryan, Effective4Limited

2.30pm-3.30pm

Fringe Workshops

F9 Personal Values
The Emerging Generation Y Mindset
Peter Sheahan

F10 Corporate Values
Making Values Work: onwards from theory to execution
Wayne Urquhart, Acumen Consulting

F11 Social Values
Employees on the Edge
Paul Rayner MHRINZ, Westpac

F12 Developing Values
Transforming an Organisation through Values
Leanne Babcock, Babcock Sinclair

3.30pm-3.45pm

Coffee

3.45pm-4.45pm

Fringe Workshops

F13 Personal Values
Capitalising on Social Networks in your Organisation
Alistair Gibbons, Infinity Solutions

F14 Corporate Values
On-Brand Off-Brand – Unleashing the Potential of HR
Paul Stewart, Branded Customer Service – Asia Pacific

F15 Developing Values
Staff Training: Based on Values, Measured by Value
Helen McPhun, University of Auckland

F16 Developing Values
Ok. We’ve Published the Values – But How are we
Behaving?
Neil McGregor, Human Synergistics

5.00pm-7.00pm

Welcome Reception – networking

7.00pm-10.00pm

Professional Members’ Dinner – invited guests

7.00pm-10.00pm

Mentors’ Dinner – invited guests

7.00pm-10.00pm

President’s Dinner – invited guests


Day Two – Thursday 15 September

8.00am

Registration opens

8.00am

Expo opens – networking

9.00am-10.30am

Conference Opening and Welcome by
National President

Keynote Address
Human Resource Value Proposition
Dave Ulrich via satellite

10.30am-11.00am

Expo break – networking

11.00am-12.00pm

HR Interactions

A1 Personal Values
Who Goes, Who Stays – A Question of Values
Fermin Diez, Mercer Human Resource Consulting

A2 Corporate Values
Values Based Approach for Managing Change –
a True Story
Debbie Dawson MHRINZ, Christchurch City Libraries/Council

A3 Social Values
People, Culture and Values: A Maori Perspective
Dr Kathie Irwin, Director, Academic Programmes,Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi ki Poneke

A4 Developing Values
Vision+Values+Leadership=Performance
Frances Tweedy FHRINZ & Cheryl Wright, Capability Group Ltd

12.00pm-1.00pm

Members Forum
HRINZ Competency Project

1.00pm-1.45pm

Lunch and Expo – networking

1.45pm-2.15pm

Keynote Address
How New Zealand’s Human Resources can Contribute
More to Economic and Business Success
James Buwalda, Department of Labour

2.15pm-3.45pm

Master Class #1
Organisational Culture and Values: a Source of
Competitive Advantage
Bob Morton and Martin Thompson, CIBA & MTa

Master Class #2
A Business Case for Working with Values
Michael Henderson and Dougal Thompson,
values @ work

Master Class #3
IBM ValuesJam – the Implications for HR Practitioners
Robert Orth, IBM

Hot Spot – Remuneration
HRINZ Remuneration Survey
Strategic Pay, Momentum and HRINZ

3.45pm-4.00pm

Expo break – networking

4.00pm-5.15pm

Keynote Address
Corporate Ethics: Oxymoron? How to Resolve
a Dilemma
Kevin Wheeler, Global Learning Resources

5.15pm-6.00pm

Networking at the Expo & Cynics Corner
Catch up with delegates and exhibitors or check
out the Cynics Corner at the Expo and have your
say on whether Values devalue HR.

7.30pm-late

Ultimate Dinner and Party (theme Bad Taste)

 

Day three – Friday 16 September

8.00am

Expo opens – networking

8.00am-8.50am

Breakfast Address
The Value of Failure
Kim Chamberlain, Successful Speaking

9.00am-10.15am

Keynote Address
What’s HR Really Worth?
Geoff Armstrong, CIPD and WFPMA

10.15am-11.00am

Workplace Winners

B1 HR Initiative of the Year
Wayne Norrie, HdS

B2 HR Person of the Year
Brendan Ryan, Counties Manukau Police

B3 Unlimited Best Places to Work
Larry Summerville, MORE FM Auckland

11.00am-11.30am

Expo break – networking

11.30am-12.30pm

Keynote Address
Employer Branding: Where We Are, Where
We’re Headed
Mark Hornung, Bernard Hodes Group


12.30pm-1.30pm

Plenary Panel
Panel discussion – Hot Issues for HR– an international perspective
Chaired by Ross Pearce FHRINZ


1.30pm-2.30pm

Expo, lunch and prize-giving – networking

2.30pm-3.30pm

HR Interactions

C1 Personal Values
Values in Careers for Mental Health – a pilot project
Sarah Strong, Bay of Plenty District Health Board

C2 Corporate Values
Values Under the Gun
Nick Sceats, Catapult Limited

C3 Social Values
Implementing Pay and Employment Equity in NZ Today
Philippa Hall, Department of Labour

C4 Developing Values
Confronting Reality – The Knowing Doing Gap
Shaun McCarthy, Human Synergistics

3.30pm-4.30pm

Keynote Address
Engaging Hearts & Minds: IBM’s ValuesJam
Robert Orth, IBM

4.30pm-4.45pm

Conference closes




 

 
 

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