October 28 at 8:15 AM AEDT to 10:00 AM AEDT
Australia

ORC International presented AGL Energy with two Global Awards this year for its strong performance in the areas of both workplace diversity and wellbeing. This is a great achievement and reflects the focus that AGL Energy has had in building an inclusive, safe and healthy workplace. To celebrate this outstanding result, AGL Energy and ORC International would like to share and discuss with you, at this exclusive breakfast session, some example best practices in:

•  Developing diversity and inclusion strategies through incorporating insights gained from across the organisation
•  Measuring the progress of diversity work through effective employee surveys
•  Factors impacting sustainable employee engagement

Date: October 28th, 2015
Time: 8:15 AM – 10.00 AM
Location: 699 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC (Bourke St Footbridge)

Registration Fee: Complimentary

Speakers:   

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Karen Whittaker– Head of Organisational Development & Transformation, AGL Energy Karen Whittaker is a senior human resources manager with more than 20 years’ experience working for top ASX companies in the financial services and energy industries. With an early career in finance, Karen’s career path has been diverse, spanning operations, communications, mergers & acquisitions, employee relations, employment policy and diversity & inclusion. Karen joined AGL in 2010 to design and implement AGL’s diversity and inclusion strategy. Most recently she led the people stream supporting AGL’s acquisition and integration of the Macquarie Generation business. Karen was recently appointed to the Head of OD and P&C Organisational Transformation which encompasses culture, leadership and capability development, talent, diversity, people processes and systems and business partnering. Karen is a wife and mother of two children aged 9 and 13 and is a vocal champion for flexible work as an essential ingredient for a high performing, engaged workforce.  

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Wendy McInnes- Managing Director, Employee Research, ORC International Wendy is part of the Australian Senior Leadership Group and is a thought leader on employee research globally at ORC International. Wendy has over 15 years of research experience across various industries and specialisms and is currently the Managing Director of ORC International’s Employee Research division in Australia. Working with a range of high profile clients nationally and internationally, Wendy and her team help to identify how to better attract and keep talent through developing a culture of engaging employees across the lifecycle to improve business performance. 

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