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2022 Employee Experience Trends Webinar // Australia & New Zealand

It’s never been easier to quit. Learn how to make it easier to stay.

To assist you in navigating the year ahead, we surveyed nearly 12,000 employees across Australia, New Zealand and the broader Asia Pacific and Japan region.

Join our seasoned employee experience experts, as they break down the key trends across the Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) dataset, share specific actions you can take to engage your top talent and keep them for the long run, and answer your questions live

While the ANZ region is still maturing and evolving in the area of employee experience (compared to our global peers, such as the US), our 2022 EX trends report clearly highlights that we have continued to make great progress over the past 12 months.

For the first time ever the employee engagement score for the ANZ region is higher than the global average! It is critical that HR/EX leaders build on this momentum and continue to evolve and innovate their EX strategies in order to attract, engage and retain talent in 2022 and beyond - employees have had very different experiences over the past 24 months and this will have long lasting impacts on the expectations and psychological contracts between employees and employers. Join us at this upcoming webinar to learn more!

In this session you’ll learn…

  1. How employee expectations and experiences have changed between year one and two of the pandemic
  2. Where to start as you rewrite the employee experience playbook for 2022 forward
  3. Practical actions you can implement in your organisation to limit the impacts of the Great Resignation.

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Dr Crissa Sumner

Head of Employee Experience Solution Strategy - Australia & New Zealand, Qualtrics

Dr Crissa Sumner is an Organisational Psychologist (PhD) with over 17 years experience partnering with organisations to support them with maximising engagement and performance with data-driven talent management & organisational development solutions. In her role with Qualtrics, Crissa is responsible for leading Employee Experience (EX) Solution Strategy for Qualtrics across Australia & New Zealand (ANZ).

Prior to joining Qualtrics, Crissa had a highly successful career working with a number of professional services firms, including holding various corporate, technical / product leadership and senior operational roles; managing P&Ls; and leading geographically dispersed teams of consultants to deliver talent solutions across a large & diverse portfolio of clients.

Crissa is also recognised as a thought leader and experienced presenter, educator and researcher in the talent space. She presented her research in the area of leadership and employee attitudes at national and international conferences, and published them in peer reviewed journals.

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Steve Bennetts

Head of of Employee Experience, Solutions & Strategy, APJ, Qualtrics

Steve is the Head of EX Strategy and Solutions for Qualtrics in APJ, leading a team of specialists in guiding organisations to optimise the Employee Experience at every point in the employee lifecycle. He is one of the region’s most experienced Employee Experience specialists having played a crucial role in launching and developing the XM category in APJ. Steve specialises in EX and human-centred technologies.

As businesses and governments rethink the ways they work for a post-pandemic world, Steve brings 20 years’ of experience as a qualified business psychologist helping organisations design and improve their employee experiences.

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