Upcoming webinars

HR Daily webinars keep you updated on vital HR compliance topics, practical guidance, thought leadership and more.

You'll learn from experts and specialists without leaving your desk - watch our webinars live and participate in the Q&A via your PC, Mac, tablet or smart phone.

HR Daily Premium members receive complimentary passes to all online events, while casual registration is available for a limited number of webinars.

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Webcast: Reengaging long-term employees

Webcast: Reengaging long-term employees
Summary: Leadership expert Mark Hodgson will discuss how HR professionals can identify employees with potential for career rejuvenation, engage them with workplace change, and more.
When: Wednesday, 10 July, 2019
Location: Your desk computer, smart phone or tablet.
Registration: This webcast will be pre-recorded and available to stream on demand from 10 July.

Long-tenured employees are sometimes overlooked in workplace culture, engagement and transformation efforts, but losing these employees and their knowledge can be devastating.

The alternative is to reengage them to become "second-half heroes".

In this HR Daily Premium webcast, coach and leadership expert Mark Hodgson will discuss how HR professionals can:

  • identify employees with potential for career rejuvenation;
  • engage them with workplace change;
  • build their internal brand; and
  • create conditions for collaboration and knowledge-sharing success.

About the presenter:

Mark Hodgson is an ex-corporate leader obsessed with helping organisations to grow the confident, influential and future-focused leaders they need to thrive.

Mark has become known as a leading thinker and influencer. Today he helps others to develop the skills and mindsets needed to show up consistently well in work and life.

Mark is author of the book, Time to Shine and the upcoming Second Half Hero. He works as a mentor, strategist, corporate facilitator and keynote speaker to convey this thinking.

Mark has previously presented HR Daily Premium webinars on building HR's influence and reigniting your HR career.

Visit Mark's website.

Webcast: Emotional intelligence in the workplace

Webcast: Emotional intelligence in the workplace
Summary: Workplace Harmony Solutions Executive Workplace Consultant Matt Connell will provide an overview of EI research, case studies and applications of successful EI programs, and practical takeaways for HR and managers.
When: Monday, 22 July, 2019
Location: Your desk computer, smart phone or tablet.
Registration: This webcast will be pre-recorded and available to stream on demand from 15 July 2019.

While everyone now agrees that emotional intelligence is important, many employers are yet to act on that knowledge in ways that truly benefit their workplace.

In this HR Daily Premium webcast, Executive Workplace Consultant Matt Connell, from Workplace Harmony Solutions, will provide:

  • An overview of emotional intelligence research and its importance in the workplace;
  • Case studies and applications of successful emotional intelligence programs; and
  • Practical takeaways for HR and managers.

About the presenter:

Matt has more than a decade of senior HR management and executive director experience, working in the community services/not-for-profit, local government, travel, and hospitality sectors.

He has led many highly engaged teams in challenging industries and environments, and is passionate about developing constructive leadership capabilities in others so they may better empower, engage and enhance performance in their own team members.

Matt is an accredited practitioner of Roche Martin's Emotional Capital Reports, and has coached hundreds of organisational leaders in understanding their impact on workplace cultures through facilitating self- and 360-degree assessments of emotional intelligence, and conducting feedback sessions that encourage learning, real change and growth.

Matt is a nationally accredited mediator, has been a Councillor of the Australian HR Institute since 2015 and is currently serving as the State President of AHRI's Victorian Council.

Visit the Workplace Harmony Solutions website.

Procedural fairness update

Procedural fairness update
Summary: Courts and commissions are more closely scrutinising not just the validity of employers' termination decisions, but also the fairness of their procedures. This webinar will discuss typical mistakes, their ramifications, and how to avoid them.
When: Thursday, 15 August, 2019
Location: Your desk computer, smart phone or tablet. Click here to test your webinar connectivity in advance.
Registration: Free for HR Daily Premium members, $102 for casual attendees - limited passes available.

Courts and commissions are more closely scrutinising not just the validity of employers' termination decisions, but also their procedures, and it's now common for one error to undermine an entire process.

Attend this HR Daily webinar where HR Law practice group leader Kristin Ramsey will explain typical procedural fairness traps and their ramifications, with special attention to:

  • Disciplinary, performance management, and termination meetings;
  • The support person role;
  • Conducting investigations; and
  • Termination decisions.

About the presenter:

Kristin has more than a decade of exclusive industrial relations and employment law experience across a broad range of clients and industry sectors.

She provides legal and strategic advice across the full range of employment, IR and discrimination laws, taking a highly practical approach to workplace relations issues and using the industrial legal framework to help, not hinder, businesses. Where possible, Kristin works towards a commercial rather than litigious resolution of workplace issues.

Kristin also has particular expertise in conducting high-level HR systems audits, assisting businesses undergoing Fair Work Ombudsman investigations (or prosecutions), and advising on enterprise bargaining (and resultant disputes).

Visit the HR Law website.

Preventing conflict, burnout and bad behaviour

Preventing conflict, burnout and bad behaviour
Summary: As the end of the year approaches, tensions start to run high, and minor quibbles quickly become full-blown conflicts. This webinar will discuss early warning signs and preventative steps for short- and long-term cultural impact.
When: Wednesday, 18 September, 2019
Location: Your desk computer, smart phone or tablet. Click here to test your webinar connectivity in advance.
Registration: Free for HR Daily Premium members, $102 for casual attendees - limited passes available.

As the end of the year approaches, tensions start to run high. When employees are tired or stressed and deadlines loom large, minor quibbles quickly become full-blown conflicts.

Attend this HR Daily webinar where Catalina Consultants founder and principal consultant Merilyn Speiser will discuss:

  • Why this time of year sees an increase in conflicts, burnout and bad behaviour;
  • Early warning signs of workplace issues; and
  • Steps HR can take for short- and long-term cultural impact.

About the presenter:

Merilyn founded Catalina Consultants in 2012 in the belief that all organisations should have access to the same cutting-edge HR ideas and practices as Australia's largest companies, regardless of their size.

She provides strategic direction in all areas of people management, specialising in talent, performance, leadership, and engagement, with a focus on ensuring HR and business strategies align.

Merilyn has previously presented HR Daily webinars on flexible work and maximising ROI on talent management.

Visit the Catalina Consultants website.