YOU SPOKE - WE LISTENED!
We know your time is precious, you want access to information and you want it now. At this year's conference, our new format will provide you with information like never before. What does this new format entail?
* Fast track learning - sessions where multiple panellists will each give 3 strategies to help you deal with specific issues - no presentation! You evaluate the strategies in the open session after.
* Co-presentations for diverse views on the same issues
* Assorted speaker panel - from HR practitioners to CEOs to behavioural economists; this year you get different perspectives on HR issues
Open floor and roundtable - we want to hear from you! Share your views with the speakers and the floor
*Action point summaries - at each discussion, IIR will compile action points which we will provide to you after the conference as handy references to take back to the office and implement with your team.
*Streamed sessions with masterclass sessions
Mentor programme - a chance for seasoned delegates to share their expertise with novel HR practitioners in structured one-on-one sessions.
The conference will unite HR practitioners across industry in an unparalleled opportunity to network, benchmark, and hear the latest thinking on emerging trends and other key issues that will affect your organisation over the coming years.
All 5 days pass: ZAR R14 999 excl. 14% VAT
All 4 days pass: ZAR R14 499 excl. 14% VAT
All 3 days pass: ZAR R13 999 excl. 14% VAT
Speakers: Howard A.Wallack, Vice President: Global Business Development, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) (USA), Ian Mullen, Customer Success Manager – UK and South Africa, LinkedIn (UK), Gillian Smith-Ismail, Human Resources Director: Africa and Middle East, UTi, Stella Appiah-Nkansah, Human Resource Director, Vodafone (Ghana), Geoff Jacobs, Head of Human Resources: South Africa and Namibia, Maersk, Erik Vermuelen, Behavioural Economics Strategist, Peter Tladinyane, Head of Human Resources, Standard Chartered Bank (Botswana), Dr Graeme Codrington, Futurist, Strategy Consultant and Co-founder and Senior Partner, TomorrowToday, Charles Kazuka, Chief Human Resources Officer, NMB (Tanzania), Ethne Makgasane, University Relations and Programs Manager, GE Southern Africa, Andrew Kanime, Chief Human Resource Officer, Telecom (Namibia), Mike Stopforth, Chief Executive Officer, Cerebra, Dickson Ojukwu, Talent and Performance Consultant, Saudi Telecoms (Saudi Arabia), Steven Teasdale, Senior Manager: Leadership Strategy and Executive Talent, Eskom, Mary Ndawona, Human Resources Director, Innscor Africa (Zimbabwe), Leroy Moalusi, HR Lead, Aon, Tina Muparadzi, Human Resources Director, Airtel (Ghana), Olumide Omotoye, Human Resources Services Manager, Nigerian Bottling Company Limited – Coca Cola (Nigeria), Lathasha Subban, Human Resource Manager: Capacity Building, Randwater, Sean Snyman, Executive Director, Labournet, Kim Dowdeswell, Head of Science and Research, SHL Talent Measurement Solutions and President Elect, Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology of South Africa (SIOPSA), Helen Wilsenach, Partner: Employment Law, Bowman Gilfillan, Craig Raath, Executive Director, 21st Century, Clem Sunter, Scenario Planner
From: October 27, 2014 08:00
To: October 31, 2014 14:00
The Campus, Sloane St, 2191, Sandton, South Africa