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PRIVATE EVENT

HR Leaders Lunch

December 6, 2023 / 12pm to 3pm


Location: Taxi Kitchen, Flinders Street & Swanston Street, Melbourne

Around the world, employees are restructuring their relationships with work — from scrutinising pay and benefits and reclaiming work-life boundaries, to seeking out organisations that actively demonstrate their values. We spoke to 30,000 employees around the world to measure and understand how their experiences & expectations at work have changed. Our latest report highlights the most critical actions organisations can focus their investments on, to attract, retain and engage their people on a more human level in the wake of ongoing change and disruption. 

At this invite-only lunch, you will get an exclusive look at the 2024 Employee Experience Trends Report and be joined by Dr. Cecelia Herbert from the Qualtrics XM Institute, along with other HR leaders across Australia.

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Dr Cecelia Herbert PsyD., XMP

Principal Catalyst, Qualtrics XM Institute

Cecelia is a Doctor of Organisational Psychology and Principal Catalyst at Qualtrics XM Institute, where she is focused on building a thriving global community of XM professionals, who are empowered and inspired to radically improve human experiences. After 20 years as a practitioner, academic, and consultant, she joined Qualtrics in 2019 to establish and lead XM Scientist Advisory Services in Asia Pacific, where she partnered with organisations across the globe to design, mature, and grow their XM Programs. Prior to Qualtrics, Cecelia was a leader in the Employee Engagement organisation at Google. For more than a decade, her work has centred on developing evidence-based solutions that drive systemic change in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.

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