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NSW Talent Acquisition & Engagement Network Forum

Date: Thursday 07 Nov 2019
Time 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Venue: Flare HR
1 Munn St
Sydney
Price: AHRI Members - 0.00
Non Members - 20.00
CPD: 1.00
Enquiries: Phone: 03 9918 9243

NSW Talent Acquisition & Engagement Network Forum

Check in time – 5.15 pm
Session start – 5.45 pm
Session finish – 7.00 pm

Creating a culture of engagement

Initial talent engagement is important, but equally important is fostering a workplace culture that engages candidates long after they have become employees, in order to keep attrition levels to a minimum. Engaged employees are happier at work, perform better and can become your best employer brand ambassadors.

Through an interactive panel discussion, this forum will explore:

  • What is talent engagement and why is it important?
  • Creating talent communities and Employer branding
  • Engaging with millennials through candidate relationship management
  • Retaining talent engagement levels

     

    Panel Speaker: Michelle Pascoe, Founder & CEO, Optimum Operating Procedures and Services

    Michelle Pascoe (CSP) is an international speaker, accredited trainer, researcher, author and podcaster. Establishing her company Optimum, Operating Procedures & Services (OOPS) in 1994 she has an undeniable passion for customer service. With a proven track record and vast experience, Michelle specialises in every aspect of service operations and processes – looking holistically at the overall impact of the customer experience. Michelle combines her extensive experience and specialised knowledge with an absolute commitment to igniting the potential in each and every individual, so they can achieve outstanding results.

    Panel Speaker: Odelle Bell, Chief Talent Optimiser, 8 Consulting

    A certified Predictive Index Associate and i4 Neuroleader practitioner, founder of 8 Consulting with 15 years of successful history consulting within the talent management industry within Asia Pac. Odelle is passionate about people and assisting individuals, teams and organisations to improve the quality of their performance and workplace relationships. Odelle has leveraged her skills to consult to both large and small organisations to help them with talent acquisition, retention, coaching, building and leading teams, identifying high potentials and future leaders and inspiring their biggest asset to perform.

    Panel Speaker: Samantha Mueller, Group Manager Learning and Experience at Belgravia Health and Leisure

    Belgravia Leisure is Australia’s largest commercial operator of aquatic and leisure facilities. They are partners with more than 40 Local and State Government authorities, employs over 4,500 staff in approximately 100 swim, sports, fitness, health & wellness and leisure facilities across Australia and New Zealand. Sam Mueller leads the employee learning and experience initiatives at Belgravia Leisure. With a background the sales and consumer products, Sam made a transition to learning and development in 2014 and has since been involved in driving individual potential through learning and employee experience. 

    Panel Speaker: Zac Beeten, Sales Director, LiveHire

    Zac has over 10 years’ experience in the technology industry in a variety of roles. Now leading the commercial team at LiveHire having spent the past 4 years working in Gartner's technology practice, Zac has a comprehensive view of the evolving technology landscape & in particular how it can be utilised to deliver tangible business outcomes. Zac & the LiveHire team are passionate about empowering the flow of the talent by activating employer brand & EVP to build meaningful engagement with candidates.  

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    Registration closes Tuesday 5 November 2019

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  • When
    7/11/2019 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM
    Where
    Flare HR 1 Munn St Sydney, NSW AUSTRALIA
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