Offering employees role flexibility is no longer an optional perk – it’s a powerful recruitment and retention tool to build into your people experience strategy. However, building a talent mobility framework doesn’t happen overnight; you need to prepare your business to embrace frequent change and embed agility into your workplace culture.

Join us on Teams for our virtual HR lunch as we hear from Fuel50, an innovative kiwi company who are changing the way businesses grow, retain and engage their people. Anne Fulton, CEO of Fuel50 will discuss how to develop an ecosystem that works bottom-up and side-to-side. Anne will share how to properly capitalise on the benefits that talent mobility brings, such as minimising complacency and creating an environment of healthy change.

As part of making our virtual lunch interactive, we have put together three different breakout sessions for you to select which will run for the second part of our event. Our facilitators will encourage peer-to-peer learning, where you can candidly share your issues, knowledge, and ideas with your group.

Breakout session topics include resetting management expectations around people and culture, effectively assessing skills already in your business, and building best practice through process and technology.

Lunch and learn with us as we take you through an afternoon packed with thought leadership content, future of work insight, and practical takeaways you can implement into your 2022 HR Strategy!

HR Lunch & Learn: Creating a Culture of Mobility



MC - Sarah McBride

Head of Partnerships and Group - nib

Anne Fulton

CEO - Fuel50

Employees have aspirations, but they don’t always include management and leadership roles.


12.00 – 12.30 pm

Webinar lobby is open

12.30 – 12.40 pm

MC introduction

MC - Sarah McBride, Head of Partnerships and Group - nib

12.40 – 1.10 pm

Embedding agility and collaboration into your organisational culture through internal talent mobility

  • Building the right foundations – developing an ecosystem that works bottom-up and side-to-side
  • From ladder climbing to lattice growing – empowering your people to lead their career development and future-proofing your talent pool for business sustainability
  • Fostering an agile organisation that can handle the unexpected – how talent mobility minimizes complacency and creates an environment of healthy change.

Anne Fulton, CEO - Fuel50

1.10 – 1.15 pm

Quick Q&A with the expert

1.15 – 1.50 pm

Breakout sessions – Select your virtual workshop

Session 1: Skills assessment – what strengths and talents have you already got in the bank? Building your centralised library of capabilities and skillsets

Session 2: Process and technology – develop clear guidelines and policies for participating, how technology and tools can support this

Session 3: People & Culture – management roadblocks; enabling a ‘sharing’ culture with your managers, shifting expectations around talent hoarding and visibility.

1.50 – 2.10 pm

Show & tell – Share session discussions and findings

2.10 – 2.20 pm

MC closing comments

MC - Sarah McBride, Head of Partnerships and Group - nib

Small Business, Big Benefits!

nib can now offer EMA members (with five or more employees) the same benefits usually only available for larger organisations on nib’s Premier Health business plan.

This includes:

  • Immediate pre-existing condition cover (excluding general exclusions, and Serious Condition Lump Sum option).
  • Waived stand down periods on GP, Dental & Optical, and Specialist Options when added within 90 days of policy commencement.
  • Employees’ family members can also receive the same health cover benefits when added within 90 days of policy commencement.

For further information, join us at Fresh People or please get in touch with the nib group team today.

Email:  |  Phone: 0800 287 642


This event is provided to you complimentary, thanks to support from Activate Tāmaki Makaurau.

Registration process:

  1. Click here to create a profile with the Activate Tāmaki Makaurau Community Portal
  2. Verify your email
  3. Click here to complete registration for this complimentary event

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