Breakfast Networking Event
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"Strengthening Inclusion and Diversity in the Health Technology Sector"
Join us for breakfast to hear from industry leaders, Air New Zealand and Deloitte on how to enhance positivity, productivity and performance in your healthcare workplace.
Having a D&I strategy is only the start. Take part in this interactive session where our speakers will share learnings and strategies on how to create organisational cultures where individuals can thrive personally and professionally.
Diversity is now recognised as a commercial imperative for all organisations.
Come join us as we strive to enable a healthier NZ, proudly brought to you by Women in HealthTech.
7.15am-8.30am, 21 November 2019
The Arena Lounge (located in the HiNZ Conference venue)
Registration fee to attend is $39.90 includes breakfast and GST
SPEAKERS: (Please click on the "SPEAKER tab above the heading for more details)
Nikki Dines, GM People – Revenue & Employee Engagement at Air New Zealand Limited.
Nikki provides strategic HR support to Air New Zealand’s Revenue division, and has responsibility across Air New Zealand for Talent Acquisition and Management, Diversity & Inclusion, Employee Engagement, Employee Experience, and Future of Work.
In her role as General Manager Pilots, Nikki and her team implemented several initiatives focused on improving pilot gender diversity and creating a more inclusive culture, including an external strategy to promote aviation as a career to females.
Daniel Chee, Manager, Human Capital, Deloitte
Daniel is a Manager in Deloitte’s Human Capital practice. He supports organisations across a broad range of HR and organisational change challenges, including within the health sector, and brings experience from working with organisations across the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Orion Health is a proudly New Zealand owned health software company with customers in over 15 countries. We bring 25+ years global experience to every customer, as well as local touch for successful delivery with our headquarters in Auckland.
WiHT is a collaborative group that has been formed by the following founding organisations
These three organisations have a common interest of representing a range of thinking and assisting with affecting cultural change in the HealthTech sector. Combined, they represent close to 300 companies and organisations involved in a broad cross-section of activities from early stage digital health and medical device start-ups, research and clinical entities, healthcare providers, large to small New Zealand and multi-national companies.
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