Making HR More Relevant in the Organisation’s of the Future

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Fee
R4900
Venue
Johannesburg
Contact
Belinda Boxall: +27 11 771 4318

​As we face the fourth industry revolution - HR and business leaders are compelled to rewrite the rules to how they organize, recruit, develop, manage and engage with the 21st century workforce. 

To remain relevant organisations of the future have to adapt, change and build new business platforms of engagement that are continuously evolving  at a fast pace. The importance of this change is lacking in the board rooms of South African companies and many companies lack the culture and tools they need to:

  • Engage employees relevantly
  • Redesign their organisational structures and networks to accommodate flexibility and mobility
  • Upskill their workforce and attract relevant competencies to match this changing world
  • Rethink their leadership model to include the concepts of innovation, growth, inclusion, teamwork and collaboration

Topics:

    • Employee engagement
    • Diversity management and leadership
    • Talent retention and recruitment
    • Performance Management
    • Change Management
    • Local and international HR trends
    • Work spaces of the future
    • Digital technology, new ways of engaging and doing business

    • Managing Millenials

    • Is HR redundant

    • Minimum wage and gender pay

    • Impact on the work force and the role of HR
    • Whistle blowing
    • Community pressure and social unrest/activism and managing stakeholders/social license/social labour plans

Speakers:

Pearl Maphoshe, Group Executive Human Resources, Pick n Pay

Isaac Matji, Senior Vice President, Human Resource, Sasol Limited

Dr. Liziwe Masoga, Executive People and Brand, Old Mutual Insure

Colin J. Browne, Head of the Happy Sandpit Think Tank, and author of How to build a Happy Sandpit

Kamini Maharaj, Head of People, Hollard Insurance

Anton Cabral, Partner and Managing Executive, LRMG Digital Agency

Faaizah Wadee, Head of Change Management, Liberty Group South Africa

Matimba Mbungela, Chief Human Resources Officer, Vodacom Group

Graeme Codrington, Expert on the future of work, speaker, board advisor, futurist

Alison Chothia, HR Manager, Sun International

Prof Albert Wocke, Associate Professor, Gordon Institute of Business Science

Roze Phillips, Managing Director, Accenture

Njabulo Mashingo, Human Recourses Director, Heineken

Professor Nicola Kleyn, Dean, Gordon Institute of Business Science

Brinton Spies, Executive Director: Human Resources, The South African Medical Research Council

Cathy Albertyn, Executive Director of Human Resources, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa

Bryden Morton, Executive Director, Reward Specialist (SARA), 21st Century

Grace Harding, CEO, Ocean Basket

Ilka Dunne, Head Leadership, Culture and Young Talent, Rand Merchant Bank

Marius Meyer, SA Board for People Practices 

Guy Lundy, Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry


Other speakers to be announced shortly


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