9.00am Welcome – Te Radar MC
9.05am Opening Keynote: Eye to the Future - Rob Fyfe CNZM, Board Chair and Business Leader
Rob Fyfe is a business leader and board chair, most notably known for his significant impact as the CEO of Air New Zealand between 2005-12. Rob is a passionate leader and advocate for purpose-led organisational cultures. As well as his role on several Boards, including Air Canada, Rob is Business Advisor to the Prime Minister on New Zealand’s Covid recovery plan and is a member of New Zealand’s COVID-19 Independent Continuous Review, Improvement and Advice group, providing independent advice on the management and strategic direction of New Zealand’s Covid-19 response.
Rob will kick start our day by sharing his insights with us, into what New Zealand can take away from our experiences (and experiences, globally) over the past 18 months, and where the challenges and opportunities lie for organisations and their workforces over the next 12-18 months.
9.35am The Great Policy Debate - Mark Daldorf, Chief People Officer, Airways
With over 30 years of management experience in leadership and organisational development, learning, recruitment and general human resource leadership, Mark is no stranger to the myriad of HR Polices and processes used to manage people.
Mark will provide a personal view around how he sees HR policies and practices changing and evolving as a result of the changes forced upon us through COVID. What needs to stay, change, amend or delete. With all that we know now, and are aware (or unaware) of what’s coming, are our policies still fit for purpose and do they support changing organizational cultures?
10.35am Transforming HRM in Aotearoa - Karli Te Aotonga CMHRNZ, Manager Advisory Services, People Capability, Ministry of Education
Leading HRNZ’s Transforming HRM in Aotearoa programme and sitting on the HRNZ Board as a Director, Karli is committed to the kaupapa of transformational change and culture within all workplaces of Aotearoa that directly enhances the quality of life and wellbeing for people and place.
Aotearoa is on a transformative journey of embracing our biculturalism. In this session Karli will present a Te Ao Māori perspective, discuss areas where HR practice needs to change to better accommodate Māori cultural values. She will also outline the importance of Māori cultural values in our future workplaces and the immediate steps you can take to start this journey.
11.20am Connecting Powerfully to Lead Impactfully - Cassie Roma, Founder and Director, CR&C
The world seems to be spinning at the speed of life these days. When it comes to life, work and multi-media, the world is moving faster than we've ever seen before - even as we seemingly sit still waiting for the world to start moving again in the midst of a pandemic. Communication, connection and compassion are now the most important building blocks for strong leaders.
With significant shifts in our world of work, HR is going to need to take the lead, to be the leaders of change. To shift mindsets and draw out the best in people, to build a workforce that is resilient and prepared, Cassie will bring all of us together by untangling what we thought we knew about how we lead, communicate and bring hope, light and inspiration to work in the future.
11.50pm Lunch Break
12.15pm The Future HR Skills Required - Apply Now! - Danni Williams CMHRNZ, Director, Management Consulting, PwC
Danni is an experienced HR practitioner who works alongside organisations on large scale change and transformation. As a national PwC future workforce lead, Danni is interested in the rapid transformations taking place across the world of work and the implications of these for organisations and workers, alike. She is an advocate for HR seizing the opportunities that these changes, present.
Danni will lead a conversation on the workforce skills crisis, exacerbated and accelerated by COVID. As we now shift from response to 'amicably living with COVID', organisations are looking to HR to show up with the map to navigate the talent crisis and to secure the skills needed for the voyage ahead.
HR professionals will walk away with a clear view of the skills that they need to have in their personal development plans, and what they need in their HR work programmes in the next 6-12months to enable their businesses to navigate the skills crisis.
12.55pm Enabling the Future – Defining your 2022 Roadmap - Dave Wild, Futurist
In our final session of the Summit, Dave will help participants reflect and draw out relevant learnings from each of the presenters at the Summit in order to create their own future focused roadmap for 2022.
The output of this session will help us to answer the question around what competencies will be most critical to the HR professional of the future in New Zealand. Helping businesses to NOT be left behind but leading from the front. To be Innovative. Popular. Productive.
1.40pm Closing wrap up
2.00pm Event End