The working world needs to keep up with the growing number of millennials and generation Z in the workforce, who expect changes and flexibility throughout their working life. The advances in technology also require different working experiences. As technology and AI continues to expand its role in business operations, keeping employees engaged and upskilling them is imperative to everyone’s future success.
Employee Experience (EX) is now being looked at with the same level of of importance as customer experience (CX). The Maximising Employee Experience conference will take you on the journey of employee experience, from determining what your business culture is, improving EX, getting buy in to looking at the future. The EX conference will give you practical takeaways and tips that you can use on your own transformative journey.
Attend & learn
- How the employee experience evolution is changing work for the better
- Methods for revolutionising your company culture for a happier and more engaged workforce
- Case studies from employee experience experts on growing your culture as your company grows
- Practical tips on preparing for the future of work
- Innovative ideas from leading organisations for transforming your employee experience
- Lessons on how to engage the whole company in the employee experience journeys
Representatives from Private and Government Organisations with responsibility for:
- Employee Experience
- Human Resources
- People and Culture
- Organisational Transformation
Attend to learn:
- Measure the impact & return on investment of employee experience
- Connect employee experience to strategic business goals
- Maintain a focus on employee experience through growth of the business
- Explore the Future of work
Amanda Vining is Aurecon’s Employee Experience Leader. She was appointed to this role in February 2017 to help the international People Team work with Finance, IT and Operations to re-imagine Aurecon’s employee experience in order to build a future-ready organisation.
Previously, she was a Director at strategic innovation consultancy Second Road, now part of Accenture Strategy, leading teams to create new strategies, value propositions and cultures to transform customer and employee experiences across Australia and abroad.
Once an award-winning interior designer, Amanda has helped leaders create change across a range of industries such as automotive retail, financial services, payments, mining, property and healthcare.
Department of Industry, Innovation & Science
Rachael Jackson is the General Manager People and Planning at the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. Rachael’s previous roles include leading the Department of Finance’s Transformation Program where she lead a project to integrate business and resource planning. Rachael has been Chief HR Office at the Commonwealth Departments of Finance and Attorney-General’s, and Executive Director Governance at the ACT Justice and Community Safety Directorate. In 2015 Rachael was a finalist for the Australian Human Resources Institute’s HR Leader of the Year Award. Rachael recently graduated with an Executive Master of Public Administration with the Australia and New Zealand School of Government.
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