Who organises the HR Advisors Conference?
#HRACONF17 has been organised by Elephant. Elephant is an HR training company that started in NZ in 2007 and in 2016 expanded into the UK. The team at Elephant are passionate about providing HR development that is practical, useful and fun and have trained over 2000 HR people in NZ and Australia.
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The Conference will be held in the Happiness Lab at Perkbox. This is on the lower ground floor at 22 Tudor Street, London EC4Y 0AY
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Practical tools, techniques and ideas to be an HR Advisor of the future!
AGENDA DAY 1: Wednesday 12 July
10am: Official kick off
3.15pm: Afternoon tea
5pm: Drinks & nibbles
AGENDA DAY 2: Thursday 13 July
3.30pm: Conference close & networking.
The history of the HR Advisors Conference
In January 2014 we ran the inaugural HR Advisors Conference. We know it’s a difficult role to juggle and we thought it was time there was a conference to support those in an HRA role. The 75 HRA’s who attended said it was a brilliant two days and they got a huge amount of practical tips and techniques as well as inspiration and ideas to use back on the job.
In 2015 we focused on how you become operationally strategic and really add value and had another fantastic two days of learning’s, inspiration and discussion in both Auckland and Wellington. In 2016 we focused on how HR Advisors can be culture champions and as well as New Zealand, also ran the conference in London.
London: Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 July 2017
So what’s the focus for the HR Advisors Conference 2017?
We know that 20 years ago Personnel changed to HR. Recently HR has started to transform again and HR Advisors roles are going to morph too – with new business models changing how we work, technology and systems taking reactive work away and silo’s breaking down between talent, capability and learning.
We believe the HR Advisors role is still vital – you are at the coalface of a business advising managers and employees. In 2017 the HRA’s conference explores what the ‘new’ HR Advisors role will look like, and give you practical tools, techniques and ideas to deliver! The conference will be running in NZ, Australia and the UK and we hope to see you there!
Each year we have a fantastic line up of inspiring and knowledgeable experts to share practical tips and techniques that you can use back on the job! Here are some of the presenters you’ll hear from in 2017:
Just the Conference ticket includes:
Out of Town package also includes:
Registrations close midday Friday 7 July.
HR Advisors should be recognised and celebrated!
If you’ve helped deliver a great HR project or know someone who has -
Angela Atkins, People & Learning Director, Elephant
Angela has worked in HR and Learning & Development for 20 years within the local government, retail, tertiary and financial services sectors.
She is the best selling author of the bites series of books:
Angela is passionate about helping HR people and managers and has trained and presented to many thousands of people globally and will be speaking about the evolving role of an HR Advisor.
Penelope Barton, Chief People Officer, Vend
Penelope Barton wanted to work in HR since age 14. She started her HR career at Save the Children. She then spent several years as HR Manager for Chorus. In this role she co-
She then spent a year at Xero as HR Business Partner for Global Marketing, and the NZ Sales and Education functions -
She is now Chief People Officer at Vend. Penelope was a stand out speaker at the HR Advisors Conference in Auckland and joins us in London to talk about her career and how to innovate with your HR.
Katrina Collier, Social Recruiting Expert, The Searchologist
Since 2009 Katrina Collier has trained HR & Recruiters in SMEs to global corporates around the world to source their new employees effectively on social media.
With knowledge gained from over a decade of social recruiting and full-
Katrina wants to show you how to be using the right social media and internet sources for your recruitment.
Katrina is one of The 100 Most Influential People in HR & Recruiting on Twitter and her social recruiting opinion is quoted in HRReview, SHRM, The Staffing Stream, and Cambridge University’s Strategies for Success.
She is a regularly asked to speak at leading HR & Recruitment conferences around the world and even to the Singapore Government.
She will be sharing tools and techniques for recruiting in the age of transparancy.
Dr David Keane, The Art of Deliberate Success
Dr David Keane is an international speaker, author, and coach who has devoted 25 years to helping create workplaces that bring out the very best in people both in their professional and personal lives.
He is the creator of The Art of Deliberate Success workshop and coaching programme which has been delivered to over 2,000 people worldwide.
The programme teaches what it takes to be extra-
In his most recent book, The Art of Deliberate Success: Transform Your Professional and Personal Life, David describes what it is that successful people do that others don’t. David spoke at the HR Advisors Conferences in 2016, sharing how HR Advisors can use the secrets of success for their career and to deliver to their business.
Tracy Sinclair, Accredited Coach, Coaching Pacific
Tracy is a Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF). She is also a trained Coaching Supervisor and Mentor Coach and is an ICF Assessor. Tracy trains coaches and works with leaders to develop their capacity as Leader as Coach and works as a Corporate Executive and Board Level Coach, a leadership development designer and facilitator who has worked with a wide range of organisations, within the UK and internationally.
She runs her own professional development business and coaching practice which extends across a wide range of organisations and industries as well as private clients.
Tracy works as a Mentor Coach with coaches working towards their ACC or PCC credentials. She also offers supervision to both new and experienced coaches as part of their on-
She was the President of the UK ICF from 2013-
Perry Timms, World Blu Consultant and HR Guru
Perry is known for his energy, passion and insight around the world of people and work.
He is a Chartered Member of the CIPD; and Visiting Fellow at Sheffield Hallam Business School. A skilled facilitator, coach and mentor Perry is qualified in change and a range of psychometric tools and has been leading on business improvement and change for over 20 years. He is Vice Chair of the Northamptonshire CIPD Branch, and also lectures on HRM at Birmingham City, Westminster and Dublin City Universities.
Having held corporate roles as Head of Learning, Talent & OD in public and not-
Susan Lowe, International HR and Learning Manager
Susan’s 19 year career has spanned Operational Management, Generalist HR Management as well as Learning and Organisational Development Management roles across the diverse FMCG, Retail and Trade sectors both in NZ and the UK.
Susan is fervent about all things people but specifically growing capability, managing talent, having innovative approaches to career and development as well as future proofing organisations through learning and culture.
When heading up the Learning, Talent and OD function at Noel Leeming, Susan and her team were recognised for their innovative work integrating technology with learning, part of which was introducing social learning to produce outstanding business results. Susan has also worked as GM HR at Repco and HR Manager at Coca-
Susan will be on our panel sharing her HR career and tips for HRA’s.
Nicola Smith, HR Consultant, Jaluch
Nicola has an extensive background in HR including roles at Owen Owen PLC, Whites and Hartford Care. She currently works for Jaluch, consulting to small businesses on a range of HR issues including:
* Redundancy and Change Management
* Employment Law Training for HR Staff, Managers, Directors
* Staff Representative Forums
* Employee Opinion Surveys
Nicola will be running our Employment Law Master Class to on how to handle some of the more complicated issues like issuing warnings, working through dismissals and dealing with bullying and harassment.
We’re very pleased to introduce our conference sponsor:
Tracy Austin in conjunction with Coaching Pacific
Tracy runs her own professional development business and coaching practice which extends across a wide range of organisations and industries as well as private clients. For more visit https://www.tracysinclair.com/
Coaching Pacific are a global training company. They train professional coaches and develop excellent leaders and know how people learn, how people think, and how to grow individuals who build and sustain excellent organisational cultures. For more please visit www.coachingpacific.com.
You’ll also get the chance to talk to Tracy and Mary at the conference and find out more about what they do.
Mary Britton, Founder and Accredited Coach, Coaching Pacific
Mary is also a Certified Coach with the ICF and is the Co-
Mary has spoken at global Coaching conferences (Korea 2014, APAC, World Coaching Congress, Mumbai 2015, ICF Brisbane, and October 2016). Mary is a professional facilitator of vision, strategy, values, planning and development for individuals, group and communities. And an author.
Mary has recently formalised her coaching supervision study and research with a diploma from Barefoot Coaching in the UK