Driving Human Performance - Does Money Matter?
7.30am - 9.30am, Wednesday 12 September 2012, Stamford Plaza, Auckland
In challenging times, businesses need valuable and high-performing team members at all levels to move the business forward, but at what cost? What are the keys to driving human performance and retaining high performers?:
- How to find, motivate, reward and keep the people you need
- Engagement, strategy and inspiring people - creating shared vision, mission and enthusiasm
- What are the components of an effective incentivisation programme? What part does money play?
- Growing your own - how organisations grow capability and manage career development
Chief Executive, EMA
Kim Campbell was appointed Chief Executive of the Employers & Manufacturers Association (Northern) in October 2011.
His career in New Zealand and overseas has been in manufacturing and exporting businesses in a variety of industries and geographies including ICI, Trigon Plastics, Masport and New Image in New Zealand; and the Hong Kong based Zuellig Group for the past 13 years. For five years he was Chief Executive of PSM in Auckland (later to become API Manufacturing), a major consumer health care company then a part of the Zuellig Group which is a large, privately held, global investment company. He then moved to Sydney to become Chief Executive of Soul Pattinson Manufacturing also part of the API Group (associated with Zuellig). He was then appointed CEO of Zuellig Equipment Distribution Incorporated which includes CB Norwood in New Zealand.
Kim has recently returned from the Philippines where, among other duties, he was Executive Chairman of Pharma Industries Incorporated, a pharmaceuticals manufacturing group employing over 1,700 staff in the Philippines and Thailand.
Before heading overseas, he was a director of EMA, has been a President of the Export Institute (now ExportNZ), a councillor of BusinessNZ, and a founding director of AREDS. He has served on numerous private and public boards during a career spanning 35 years.
General Manager Group Services & HR,SkyCity
Gráinne was appointed General Manager Group Services and Human Resources for SKYCITY Entertainment Group in May 2008.
Gráinne was previously Managing Director of HR consultancy Right Management, and prior to that, Managing Director of McDonald’s Restaurants (New Zealand) Ltd responsible for over 5,000 employees.
She joined McDonald’s in the early 1990’s establishing the Human Resources function, progressing through to Executive Vice-President, and then to Managing Director. Prior to this, she led the HR function for Coopers and Lybrand Auckland (now PwC).
In addition to her extensive HR expertise, Gráinne has had wide experience in board and charitable trust governance roles in New Zealand including having been Chair of Ronald McDonald House Charities NZ for five years.
Director, Strategic Pay
Jarrod Moyle is a Director of Strategic Pay, New Zealand’s largest full-service remuneration consultancy.
Jarrod specialises in providing customised remuneration benchmark reports for Executives and Directors across a range of New Zealand organisations. Jarrod has been involved in remuneration consulting for the past 9 years, and prior to merging with Strategic Pay was the Managing Director of Moyle Consulting. Moyle Consulting was formerly the Sheffield remuneration consulting practice.
Jarrod’s experience covers the following areas:
- individual role benchmark reports for Executives, Directors and others;
- remuneration strategy, policy & incentive plan advice;
- regular market surveys and customised surveys;
- speaking at industry conferences and providing comments to media on remuneration issues.