WELCOME TO THE HEALTH, AGED & DISABILITY CARE
WORKFORCE LEADERS FORUM NZ
The New Zealand health, aged, and disability care sectors are facing unprecedented workforce challenges against the backdrop of once in a generation reform. Unfortunately, discussions on workforce usually centre on competition between sectors and countries for a dwindling pool of workers.
Collaboration instead of competition is required to create an efficient, diverse, highly skilled, culturally competent, and modern workforce capable of providing equitable and accessible healthcare for all New Zealanders.
Bringing together workforce leaders from across these three sectors, this national Forum will offer the opportunity to:
Hear how healthcare providers and other sectors have implemented strategies to overcome workforce shortages
Discuss models to drive workforce efficiencies, optimise technology, develop skillsets and build a greater connection between industry and educators
Forge the partnerships to elevate health outcomes for all New Zealanders
Professor Robin Gauld
Co-Director, Centre for Health Systems and Technology
University of Otago
Chief Executive Officer New Zealand
Chief Executive Officer
Te Hau Ora O Ngapuhi
Graham Bidois Cameron
Ringatohu, Hauora Māori Tūmatanui, Director, Māori Public Health
Te Whatu Ora
Chief Executive Officer
New Zealand Disability Support Network
Discover ways to attract talent to your organisation in the face of growing local, national, and international competition
Increase retention rates by investing in the wellbeing of your employees and assessing your value proposition
Navigate current reforms to ensure your staff feel equipped to take advantage of new processes to increase efficiencies and streamline approaches
Increase the representation of Maori, Pacific, and disabled employees to improve care experience and outcomes
Raise the cultural competency of your workforce to ensure the needs of diverse patients and consumers are met
Reduce rural inequity by utilising IT, leveraging technology, and reflecting on the efficacy of the health system with...
Chief Executive Officer - Aged Care Workforce, PowerHouse Hub
“The number of attendees generated more effective discussion and the opportunity to talk with people multiple times. Target audience was perfect - great to have key decision makers in the room”
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Senior leaders from the Health, Aged, and Disability Care sectors with titles such as:
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THINKING ABOUT ORGANISING YOUR OWN EVENT?
Organising a room of prospective customers is difficult, takes time and is rarely done well. It’s what we do every day, so let us take the hassle out of it.
NETWORK WITH PROSPECTIVE BUYERS
Drum up new business with senior decision makers who are actively looking for solutions to overcome operational challenges.
ACQUIRE NEW CUSTOMERS
Maximize your marketing by leveraging our delegates and speakers that attend looking for practical tools and technology.
OUTSOURCE YOUR LEAD-GEN AND BUY QUALIFIED LEADS
Generating top of funnel awareness is harder and more expensive than ever before. Let us help take the hassle out of it.
BE FRONT OF MIND
Speaking at the event will help you break through the noise in a crowded marketplace, establish credibility and position your brand as a trusted advisor.
REINFORCE GOOD WILL AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH EXISTING CUSTOMERS
Demonstrate to your customers that you appreciate their business by offering a Client Pass to attend the event for free.
PRESENT YOUR SOLUTIONS OR A CLIENT CASE STUDY IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT
This is a unique opportunity to present your solutions to an active audience of senior IT decision makers in aged care.
BUILD CREDIBILITY BY ALIGNING YOUR SENIOR EXECUTIVES WITH THE EXPERT SPEAKERS
This is a unique opportunity to make a complete business case and demonstrate your solutions full capabilities in a controlled environment of buyers closest to making a purchasing decision.
Vendors, solution providers, and consultants offering any of the following services:
Workforce planning and scheduling
Agile roster systems
Staffing and resourcing management
Client and case management
Patient care advancements
Learning management systems
Process improvement frameworks
Digital training and development
In-person training and development
Psychometric testing and behavioural assessments
Employee assistance programs (EAP)
Workplace wellness programs and mental health support
Workforce migration & immigration services
100 Ascot Avenue, Remuera, Auckland 1050
Guineas Ballroom, Level 3, Ellerslie Stand
Parking: We offer free parking to participants. Please use Carpark A which is adjacent to the southern motorway and can be accessed through our vehicle entrance at Gate 3 (see map link below). While this carpark is advertised as being ‘pay and display’, Ellerslie Events guests DO NOT need to pay if they park there – the parking is complimentary to them.