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A session at Talent Management Innovation Forum 2013

Tuesday 23rd July, 2013

8:30am to 5:30pm (EST)

23 & 24 July 2013
Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne

Developing and Implementing Innovative and Agile Talent Management Practices that Align People Strategy to Organisational Objectives

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the Talent Management Innovation Forum – the premier information, professional development and networking platform to debate and prepare for the unique challenges of talent management across both public and private sectors. A balance of case studies and expert presentations will allow delegates to develop strategies to better identify and apply talent management strategies to succeed across a range of organisations and contexts.

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EXPLORE
•Maintaining a robust talent pipeline with practical and sustainable long-term talent management strategies
•Improving retention of a skilled and age-diverse workforce through flexible job design initiatives
•Increasing productivity, engagement and retention by utilising non-financial rewards schemes
•Reviewing innovative applications of people analytics, cloud-based HRMS systems and measurement tools

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Paul McAuley General Manager, Global Service Lines - People and Organisation Support
Rio Tinto

Louise Meadows Head of Talent, Culture and Leadership
NAB

Dr Lisa Interligi Executive General Manager, Organisation Development
John Holland
Kirstin Schneider Head of Talent
Coles

Tim Grogan Head of Solutions, Asia Pacific
LinkedIn

Ian Fitzgerald Chief Human Capital Officer
Australian Public Service Commission (APSC)

Bob Hogarth General Manager, Human Resources
Heritage Bank

Katherine Smith Human Resources Director, Shared Services, Compensation and Benefits
Campbell Arnotts

Philip Andersson National Talent Development Manager
Deloitte

Marianne Roux Executive General Manager, People and Culture
Cricket Australia

Professor Ian Williamson Associate Dean of International Relations
Melbourne Business School

Virginia McLaughlan Business and Technical Leadership Partner, Global Technology Services
IBM

Peter Holland Associate Professor, Faculty of Business and Economics
Monash University

Stephen Walker Principal
Workforce Strategies
Former National Manager, Human Resources
Australian Federal Police

Karen Huxley Manager, Measurement, Reporting and Analytics
NAB

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ABOUT THE EVENT
The biggest obstacle preventing organisations from realising their performance potential is access to suitable human capital. Sourcing, developing and retaining the right talent to fill key roles to maximise the productivity of their organisations is a challenging task for human resources and talent management leaders. Forward-thinking talent management programs suited to the current operating environment are imperative in order to secure, develop and retain the skills necessary for long-term business success.

The Talent Management Innovation Forum 2013 brings together a broad range of forward-thinking and innovative best-practice case studies from leading organisations across public and private sectors. This outstanding suite of pragmatic case studies are complimented by constructive expert presentations and interactive workshops drawing on current research, which can be applied as practical strategies to tackle your talent management challenges.

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To request more information or book your place at this inspiring event, contact Liquid Learning by email: marketing@liquidlearning.com.au, phone +61 2 9437 1311 or visit our website: www.liquidlearning.com.au

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Time 8:30am5:30pm EST

Date Tue 23rd July 2013

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