MASTERCLASS SERIES
Leveraging your best assets to drive competitive advantage

Overview

Stand out as an employer of choice

The fourth industrial revolution is disrupting every business. No business, or person for that matter, will be successful unless they invest in two things - the creativity to stand out and the capacity to excel at change. Together they create competitive advantage. Employee engagement is an essential tool for every HR professional working to achieve business outcomes. Recruit star candidates, retain your best talent and drive organisational productivity by using employee engagement to create a competitive advantage for your organisation.

The Practical Strategies to Maximise Employee Engagement masterclass is designed to enable you and your business with the tools to build and sustain your competitive advantage by designing and implementing an employee experience. Achieve your human resources objectives by implementing employee engagement enabled by four forces - productivity, mental wellbeing, inclusion and creative muscle.

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Who should attend?
Directors and Managers with responsibilities for:
  • Human Resources
  • People and Culture
  • Recruitment & Talent Acquisition
  • Employee Experience
  • Employee Engagement
  • Organisational Transformation
Why attend this Masterclass?
  • Take part in a carefully curated learning experience designed to help you get the most out of the content
  • Experience human centred design first hand and learn how you can replicate it at your organisation
  • Break down your human resources objectives into workable tasks and collaborate to find actionable solutions
  • Get inspired and energised, and learn how to pass that energy onto others
  • Come away with a clear business case for employee engagement and how use it to give your organisation a competitive advantage
 

Attend to learn:

  • How to increase productivity to outpace and outmanoeuvre your competition
  • The four forces that will turn your employee experience into a sustainable competitive advantage
  • The foundations for creating an agile and inclusive workplace that attracts and retains high potential talent
  • Practical tools to engage your staff that you can implement immediately at your workplace
  • Insights to build a business case for employee engagement and get organisational buy in
  • A framework to use employee engagement to achieve business outcomes
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Key Speakers

Sean Hall
Former General Manager, Employee Experience, Telstra
Founder, Energx

Sponsors

What People Are Saying

  • The tone is set well before we attended the conference through the engaging interactive assessments. The practical resources and tools meant I could walk away with some strong applied learning, definitely a must for senior HR professionals challenged with delivering and supporting a strong EX strategy.

    Vicky Katsiris
    Group Manager - Employee Experience, Coates Hire
  • Brilliantly run by Sean. It was a truly awesome experience!

    Stephen Troilo
    People & Culture Manager, Northrop Consulting Engineers

Blog

  • Date: 22 Feb 2019  By: MyRecruitment+

    Don’t have positive employee experience or any at all for that matter? Well, you need to have a read of this and realise that you won’t have any employees working in your company, let alone any experience if you don’t have a successful onboarding process. Onboarding is one of the final stages of the recruitment …

  • Date: 7 Feb 2019  By: Ash Natesh

        Employee engagement is a top talent issue that is plaguing many organisations at the moment. But the once that are most complacent is the Higher Education Sector. According to a Deloitte report university employee engagement has benefits such as increased faculty retention and enhanced student attainment. Source: Deloitte Report The 3 lowest performing …

  • Date: 27 Oct 2015  By: Jessica Farrelly

    “The average Australian worker would not recommend their workplace to others, is disinclined to do any more work than what’s expected, and is probably on the hunt for another job.” That’s according to a survey of over 3,000 workers carried out by Engaged Marketing earlier this year. Only 20% of respondents were classed as ‘promoters’ …

  • Date: 15 Sep 2015  By: Naomi Simson

      When you visit your favourite ice cream or gelato shop, do you go for vanilla over all of the other exciting and varied flavours? My favourite is usually salted caramel if I am really feeling like a treat…(although I am not sure any sugar is a good idea while I am trying to get …