Building sustainable culture drivers that solidify centres of excellence

Create culture drivers that enables your people to be sustainably self-innovative, empowered and fearless.  It’s a great idea, but let’s talk about how.

Join us at this half day summit, and learn how to craft the culture drivers that will produce success and drive business growth. From rethinking your organisational design, to analysing team capability vs capacity and balancing individual workload vs wellbeing, our experts will walk you through how to align your people strategy with business goals.

Hear from Lindsay Cowley, CEO of Online Republic and Director of Agile Enterprises, as he dives into how to challenge organisational design, and why you need to enable your business as a living, dynamic organism. Lindsay will step through how to assess team & organisation dynamics to help you map potential turbulence for teams and when there are disruptive times ahead. Our presenters will also discuss:

  • Multi personalities, multiple teams – Rewards initiatives that drive collaborative behaviours and celebrate an innovative mindset
  • Challenging thinking about project priorities against everyday tasks to free up time without heavily impacting the business’s bottom-line 
  • When technology starts to take over BAU – Restructures, mergers and effective leadership given technology – Maintaining the integrity of your culture through change

Company culture is more than a one-liner in your employee handbook; It’s how your people behave when no one is looking.

Fresh People HR Summit: Culture Driven Performance

  • Wednesday, 18th March 2020
  • EMA Auckland,
    145 Khyber Pass Road,
    Grafton
  • 9.00 AM - 12.30 PM
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Speakers

CEO 
Online Republic

People & Capability Manager
Trustpower

Head of High Performance
Netball NZ

Schedule

8:30 - 9:00

Registration and tea & coffee is served

9:00 - 9:10

MC Introduction

9:10 - 9:50

Organisations that thrive in a fast changing world: flexible, team based, empowered and purposeful

  • Does your current business model suit future business needs, growth plans, and modern talent retention?
  • Enabling your organisation as a living, dynamic organism
  • Assessing team and organisation dynamics – the hard lines, the dotted lines, how do they cross over, and what does this mean for relationships during disruptive times?
  • Increasing your organisational transformation probability of success – how to get started and other learnings
9:50 - 10:30

Big problems, bite-sized approach – Taking the fear out of change and building dynamics that emphasise growth, innovation and collaboration

  • Reframing project thinking and building shorter cycles for complex problems – dividing big tasks into bite sized chunks for smaller teams to resolve
  • Turning the psychology of your teams into a fail fast culture while reducing the shame and false expectations that undermine high performance
  • Multi personalities, multiple teams – Rewards initiatives that drive collaborative behaviours and celebrate an innovative mindset
  • Optimising cross-functional teams to get your customers to the answers faster

Dr. Jana Maia, Head of Customer Experience- Auckland Davanti Consulting

10:30 - 11:00

Morning Tea – Networking Break

11:00 - 11:40

People innovation, change and the communication that backs it up

  • Design thinking for HR – Creating feedback loops that build snapshots of current and future state of people’s wants, needs and finding the gaps in between
  • Restructures, business outsourcing, and effective leadership – Maintaining the integrity of your culture through change
  • Transparent, clear and visible – Building trust, engagement and business improvement through a different type of culture survey
11:40 - 12:20

Enabling middle-management to become Performance Coaches – Development and learning, planning and engaging your people

  • Managing the person not the outcomes – how to enable change and balance BAU and being realistic on what individual and team capacities are
  • Challenging thinking about project priorities against everyday tasks to free up time without heavily impacting the business’s bottom-line
  • Actively engaging your leaders to support staff to work in a different way to mitigate burn out, stress and larger-than-life workloads

Keir Hansen, Head of High Performance – Netball NZ

12:20 - 12:30

MC Closing Comments

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: grouphealth@nib.co.nz  | Phone: 0800 287 642

Registration & Pricing

EMA Members

$ 398
+GST
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Delegate Workbook
  • 1.5 CPD Hours

Non-Members

$ 509
+GST
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Delegate Workbook
  • 1.5 CPD Hours

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