Improving performance through culture and engagement

Conference: 17-18 September  View Full Programme Here
Workshop: 19 September  View Full Programme Here
 
Performance management has undergone a major transformation in recent years, with the consensus being that the traditional annual review framework is outdated, inefficient, and unpopular. Across every industry innovative performance frameworks have been implemented, along with results that showcase improved performance and engagement as a result. Accompanying this discussion of performance management is the topic of workplace culture, and how organisations can better drive performance through it.
 
This event will address the big issues in the field of performance, through a series of case studies, panel discussions, roundtables, and a full day post-conference workshop. By showcasing best practice responses to common industry problems, this conference will serve as a forum for strategies that can be used to benchmark against, as well as draw inspiration from.

Dealing with underperformance in today's workforce


Workshop: 19th September

Overview:
This workshop will discuss how to articulate effective KPIs and ensure consistent standards, ensuring all bases are covered when it comes to discussing underperformance. In addition, a valuable legal update will be provided, to ensure attendees are fully up to date on the latest case law and legislation, that will ensure guests are protected from claims of bullying during performance conversations. Through a blend of lecture-style presentation and interactive activities, attendees will come away with an expanded knowledge of how to deal with underperformance across a wide variety of specific contexts and scenarios. 

Featured Speakers

Patrick Jordan

HR Director

Coca-Cola South Pacific

Kathleen Francis

HR Director APAC

Salesforce

Penny Lovett

CHRO

The Salvation Army

Claire Devlin

Head of Leadership & Capability

Telstra

Andy Taylor

Head of Performance Management & Reward

Westpac

Steve Reid

Chief People & Culture Officer

OoH!Media

Shaun Corrigan

Country Head HR

GE

Grace Zhou

Principal Human Resources Advisor

Citic Pacific Mining Management

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WHY ATTEND

  1. Benchmark against innovative performance management frameworks
  2. Learn new strategies for dealing with underperformance in today’s workforce
  3. Learn how to use new performance management technology and data to its full potential
  4. Hear strategies for improving the capability of operational managers to have regular performance conversations
  5. Learn from strategies to improve workforce capability and encourage a culture of learning and development
  6. Draw inspiration from new practices to drive high performance teams through culture
  7. Utilise workplace culture to build an engaged workforce
  8. Learn how to prevent claims of bullying when dealing with performance conversations
  9. Network with industry heavyweights from across Australia
  10. Learn how to embed diversity & inclusion strategies to drive high performance teams

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • HR Directors and Executives
  • HR Managers
  • Remuneration & Reward Specialists
  • People & Culture Managers
  • Business Executives seeking to drive high performance
  • Chief Human Resource Officers
  • Heads of Performance Management
  • Senior Workforce Development Managers
  • Talent Managers

Who Should Sponsor

There are limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces available – all of which 
can be tailored to assist your organisation in creating a platform to maximise exposure at the 
event, and creating the opportunity to gain direct and personal access to the audience.

Raise your profile at the 3rd annual Performance Management & High Performance Teams

Sponsoring the conference provides the perfect opportunity to showcase your innovative approaches, tools and service offerings to a highly engaged audience of HR professionals who are seeking to improve performance management processes in their organisations. 

Can you, as a sponsor, help senior HR managers to:
  • Benchmark and improve their performance management practices
  • Redesign their approaches to performance management?
  • Up-skill operational managers to have confidence to conduct effective performance conversations?
  • Gain better insight from workforce data and metrics?
WHO SHOULD SPONSOR:
  • HR/Workforce data platform and software providers
  • Performance enabling technology providers
  • Leading HR Consulting firms
 
 
 

For more information, please contact us at info@aventedge.com or +61 2 9188 8950.

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Team Discounts


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Venue

Conference: 17 - 18 September 
Workshop: 19 September 
 
The event will be held in a hotel located in the CBD and delegates will be advised four weeks prior to the conference.