About the Event
Maxxia is proud to host AHRI’s Victorian Not-For-Profit Networking Forum on Tuesday 2 April.
Employee Experience: A simple solution to Attract and Retain the best Talent
From attracting the best talent, to improving productivity, engagement and retention. Employee experience is vital for future success.
Over the last 12 months employee experience (EX) has continued to gain momentum and is now firmly on the radar of HR professionals in Australia. Change makers within organisations are starting to use simple, yet powerful ideas to lead a change in mindset and new approach to attracting and retaining talent.
This session will explore and discuss the Maxxia/Ignite Global 2018 Employee Experience Report and the Five Pillars of Employee Experience - a framework to review and diagnose your organisations current approach to EX.
Learn and discuss:
- What employee experience is (and isn’t)
- Why EX differs from employee engagement and broader culture initiatives
- How to use EX to implement immediate no to low-cost strategies to make a tangible impact on your business today
The workshop will be a great opportunity to network and connect with other HR leaders and practitioners from the NFP sector.
Every attendee will receive a hard copy of the 2018 report - 60 pages of stats, case studies and quotes by organisations who have begun their own EX journey.
Speaker: Kim Seeling Smith
Kim Seeling Smith is the CEO of Ignite Global, The Employee Retention Specialists, whose work has been recognised by Richard Branson’s “100% Human at Work” Initiative. Kim has attended Branson’s invitation only gatherings on Necker Island (2016) and South Africa (2018) and has 3 client case studies published in the latest “Experiments Book”.
Kim has partnered with Maxxia to research and author the inaugural 2018 Employee Experience Report, a study into the value of employee experience in Australian workplaces.
Ignite Global is a recognised leader in helping organisations hire, motivate and retain top talent. Their consulting and training services have spanned 32 industries and 8 different countries.
Tapping into over 5,000 exit interviews and extensive international research, Kim has developed a deep understanding as to why employees leave their workplace, and the strategies organisations can employ to ensure they don’t. Over the years, the team at Ignite Global have helped organisations in the areas of management capability, employee engagement and productivity, employee retention, candidate sourcing and performance improvement. www.igniteglobal.com Light Up Your Workforce®
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