Register now -Women in HealthTech breakfast - Hamilton (during DHWNZ)

Dates:
November 21, 2019
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November 21, 2019
Time:
7.15am (for 7.30am start) - 8.30am
Location:
The Arena Lounge, Claudelands, Hamilton (same venue as Digital Health Week NZ)
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Breakfast Networking Event "UNCONSCIOUS BIAS"

Start the second day of the HiNZ Conference by joining us for breakfast and hear two great speakers talk about their experiences of being involved in transforming organisations to be more inclusive and create a more diverse workplace.

7.15am-8.30am, 21 November 2019

The Arena Lounge (located in the HiNZ Conference venue)

Claudelands, Hamilton

Registration fee to attend is $39.90 includes breakfast (and GST)

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SPEAKERS:

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.

Nikki previously worked as employment lawyer in New Zealand and the United Kingdom for over 15 years, becoming a Partner at a boutique employment law firm, Langton Hudson Butcher.  She joined Air New Zealand in 2013 as Senior Legal Counsel (People), and has moved through a number of general management roles, including leading Air New Zealand’s 1150 Jet pilots, and the company’s people and operations at Auckland Domestic Airport.

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.

This is one element of the overall Air New Zealand diversity and inclusion strategy sitting within Nikki’s portfolio, which has been focused on increasing female numbers in senior leadership roles, and growing Air New Zealand’s Māori and Pasifika leadership numbers.  

Daniel Chee, Manager, Human Capital, Deloitte

How inclusive do New Zealand work places feel and what can you do about it?

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.  Daniel will share with the group his personal experience of the ‘human element’ of being involved in developing organisational and people strategies, designing new models of care, delivering improved operational performance, and implementing digital solutions across the health sector. Dan will also share some insights from the work that Deloitte has recently been involved in with Global Woman, around how inclusive workplaces feel for New Zealanders.

Sponsored by


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.Our open technology platform seamlessly integrates all forms of health and personal data to deliver care solutions across the entire health community. We are committed to continual innovation with our $38M Precision Driven Health  research partnership.  

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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