AHRI state conferences will be held in two series across Australia in 2016. The series will feature an array of local experts and practitioners discussing topical HR issues in each region. Focusing on emerging HR trends the conferences will provide insights, practical takeaways and inspiration for your organisation’s people management strategy.
Find out more about the program and speakers in your area, click on the event nearest to you:
TUES 17 MAY
THURS 19 MAY
TUES 24 MAY
TUES 18 OCTOBER
WED 19 OCTOBER
FRI 21 OCTOBER
Dr Jason Fox, a motivation strategy and design expert, works with forward thinking leaders to show them how to to influence culture and build for the future of work.
His adventures range from working with senior leaders of multinational organisations (to rethink leadership development and make strategy happen), to the leaders of multi-million dollar projects (to keep things ahead of the game). His clients include the likes of Fortune 50 companies like PepsiCo and other multinationals like SAP, McDonalds, Toyota and Gartner, through to companies like Suncorp, Optus, Telstra, Sydney Water, AMP and the International Institute for Research.
Jason is the author of The game changer, and How to lead a quest, a new book published by Wiley. His research has also been featured in the likes of Smart Company, BRW and the Australian Financial Review. When not liberating the world from poorly designed work, Jason enjoys taking part in extreme sports like reading, coffee snobbery and fruit ninja.
James Adonis is one of Australia's most well-known employee engagement and team leadership educators. He is currently a PhD candidate researching the ways in which leaders can engage employees during organisational crises and significant change. His previous qualifications cover a diverse range of disciplines including business leadership, marketing management, and political science.
James's articles and research are regularly published in many countries and he is frequently featured in the media as a thought leader on people management. As a nationally syndicated writer with the Fairfax group of news publications such as The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, James's original thoughts are read by over 200,000 people every month.