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Day One – Wednesday 14 September – Fringe Workshops

11.00am to 12.30pm

  • 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

1.15pm-2.15pm

  • 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

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

3.45pm-4.45pm

  • 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

 


Day Two – Thursday 15 September

11.00am-12.00pm

  • 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, Christchurch City Libraries/Counci
  • 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 & Cheryl Wright, Capability Group Ltd

2.15pm to 3.45pm

  • Master Class #1
    Organisational Culture and Values: a source of competitive advantage
    Bob Morton and Martin Thompson
  • 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 Business Consulting Services

Day Three – Friday 16 September

10.15am-11.00am

2.30pm-3.30pm

  • C1 Personal Values
    Values in Careers for Mental Health – a pilot project
    Sarah Strong, Bay of Plenty District Health Board
  • C3 Social Values
    Implementing Pay and Employment Equity in NZ Today
    Philippa Hall, Department of Labour

 

 

 

 
 

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