Gold Quill Award-winning case study: League of champions
Through effectively harnessing the power of risk and performance data and analytics from multiple systems, we were able to execute an effective change management communication program that simultaneously drives performance aligned to key business objectives, and creates alignment with organisational and remuneration structures. All of this was achieved while reinforcing our commitment to developing a cohesive group culture of safety through the competition criteria.
During this session, I will share my insights into how HR programmes can affect bottom-line business results and improve the lives of employees, while fostering self-efficacy and employee engagement.
We will look at how HR programs can affect bottom line business results while improving the lives of employees and creating real shared value.
Track: Gold Quill Award-Winning case study
Date and time: Monday, 4 June, 3–4 p.m.
Presenter / James McKenzie has spent the last 15 years in strategic HR, people consulting, labor relations, training, organizational development and creative employee engagement. In this time, he has worked in strategic labor projects within southern Africa, and to this date, serves as a member of National Wage Negotiations team within the Logistics and Mining sectors. He believes in the concept of creating a culture of performance in order to align brand promise with customer experience, and is currently heading up the Human Capital Shared Services business unit within Barloworld Logistics Africa.