Employee Performance Management & Development

Engage and build a high performing workforce through contemporary talent development and performance management

The world of work is constantly changing. Evolving workforce demographics and heightened employee expectations are changing the way organisations manage their people and performance. Whilst the understanding that a high performing workforce is critical to business success is not new, there has been a growing limelight in recent times on reinventing performance management, employee engagement and talent development.

To be an attractive employer and to be effective in retaining high performers, HR leaders all over must re-evaluate their longstanding practices and habits to explore more innovative strategies in these three areas. Underpinning all three is also the need for a great company culture to ensure strong and sustainable organisational outcomes.

The Employee Performance Management & Development series is returning to Melbourne this August, bringing together Australia’s top HR professionals to debate, discuss, and share valuable insights on building culture and redefining performance management to ultimately achieve high performance.

This conference is designed to equip delegates with practical insights and industry best practices with 18 case studies, panel sessions and discussion sessions over just two days out of the office. Do not miss this premier event to participate in bold and innovative thinking by the top HR minds across the country including:

Alec Bashinsky 
CHRO, Asia Pacific Regional Talent Leader
Deloitte Australia
  Sean Carroll
General Manager People, Culture & Innovation
Australia Post
  Paul Birch
Director People & Culture, Health & Safety
Transdev Australasia
  Simone Blumberg
Head of People

Testimonials from our 2016 Employee Performance Management & Development events:

“Go along, you will take away relevant and current information and you will be able to customise to your organisation. Continuous change is smart business to stay competitive.” HR Coordinator, Gladstone Regional Council
“It’s great to hear about relevant best practice performance management processes and to get involved in up to date discussions on how these have improved.” HR Manager, Aboriginal Family Law Services
“It was a really valuable and a worthwhile investment of my time. Great networking opportunity and chance to understand different views and practices in a very logical and important area.” National Manager HR, Medical Insurance Australia
“Excellent to hear such a range of perspectives.” People and Culture, City of Campbelltown
“The conference produced some great insights into different approaches adopted. The networking opportunities are fabulous, it's great to also pick the brains of other like organisations in conjunction to the presenters.” General Manager HR, Hume Bank
“An incredible array of presenters and bucketloads of practical information to apply in my organisation.” HR Manager, AEGIC


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Key Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the need for evolving practices in performance evaluations and talent development
  • Nurture a high-performance culture in your organisation
  • Discuss what’s next in performance management –alternatives to performance reviews
  • Aligning rewards and remuneration with performance management


Directors, Heads, Senior Managers and Specialists who are responsible for:

  • Human Resources
  • People and Culture
  • Talent Management
  • Organisational Capability/Development
  • People and Culture

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