The concept of employee potential has a profound impact on organisational growth and therefore is at the centre of almost all people's practices. Making decisions about development, work allocation, hiring and internal mobility, succession planning, and more requires organisations to consider not only what an employee can do today, but also what they could be capable of in the future.

This event includes lunch (estimated value $110.00 AUD per person). We are pleased to accept payment for all or a portion of this event as permitted or required under your ethics laws and policies and can provide additional information or documentation upon request.




Registration & Networking


Welcome Session: Insightful Presentation on Employee Potential

This segment will explore how organisations define employee potential and the critical role it plays in driving organisational growth. Through expert-led presentations, attendees will gain a deep understanding of the different dimensions of employee potential and its implications for talent management strategies.


Trent Wai-Poi, HR Value Advisor - SAP SuccessFactors


Customer Panel: Measuring and Assessing Employee Potential

An interactive panel discussion featuring HR leaders and talent management experts who will share insights on the methods organisations employ to measure employee potential and the associated challenges. Panelists will discuss best practices for assessing potential, including the use of performance evaluations, competency frameworks, and predictive analytics.

Briar Frecklington, Head of Executive Talent - Fonterra


Interactive Round Table Discussion: Leveraging Employee Potential for Dynamic Teams

In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to leverage information about employee potential to address persistent skills gaps and assemble dynamic teams. Through interactive exercises, attendees will explore strategies for identifying high-potential talent, fostering their development, and creating teams that maximize individual strengths to achieve collective success.


Discussion Summary & Event Concludes


Event Concludes


Trent Wai-Poi

HR Value Advisor

Briar Frecklington

Head of Executive Talent


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SAP SuccessFactors solutions are changing work for good – strengthening the connection between HR and business operations to help organizations create a sustainable workforce and profitable business. By spanning core HR/payroll, talent management, HR analytics/workforce planning, and individualized employee experiences, the SAP SuccessFactors Human Experience Management (HXM) suite helps both employees and companies be their best.