Teamgage host panel at AHRI state conference
Here's our Solutions Lead Janet Langley and our wonderful "Culture & Executive buy-in" panel guests Andre Eikmeier, Michelle Church and Tony Harrison at the brilliant Australian HR Institute (AHRI) State Conference 2019. It was fantastic to see such a lively debate on stage!
Held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, the one-day conference featured national thought leaders and local HR experts. Attendants could gain fresh insights from an outstanding line-up of speakers on HR innovations and trends, as well as learn about practical tools to innovate and shape the HR landscape in organisations. The conference also offered insights into embracing digital transformation and discover how it is changing workplaces, also discussing how to build and facilitate workplace wellbeing.
It was fantastic to see such a lively debate on stage! Here are some key takeaways from our panelists:
- Consider measuring courtesy and kindness
- Create alignment with purpose and policy
- Be authentic - Be seen - Be human (not the role)
- Build trust
- Create credibility
- Be aware of the influence on culture, not just from teams, from residents and communities
- Large government organisations and start ups may operate differently, but the advice above still applies
About the AHRI
The Australian HR Institute (AHRI) is the professional body for Human Resources in Australia. AHRI provides a wide range of learning and development opportunities in HR, people management and business skills. As a national body, AHRI provides education and networking opportunities across Australia, including the delivery of the world-class AHRI Convention. AHRI also commends excellence in HR and diversity and inclusion practices across Australia through its highly regarded AHRI Awards.
Andy Welsh is the Head of Design at Teamgage.