EX Bootcamp

Connect with your peers, interact with leading experts and technology partners to understand the current EX trends, challenges and opportunities.

Date : Thur, 29th Oct

Time : 1pm to 2pm Sydney Time

Event Overview

Pundits have identified Employee Experience (EX) as one of the top priorities for HR. Employee Experience (EX) is a term that has gained tremendous visibility and there are a lot of people interested to know more about this exciting field.  

EX Assembly would like to invite you to take a deep dive into aspects of EX you are interested in with EX experts. In this online event, you will participate in small break out groups of your choice.

Agenda

Setting the scene – Introduction and research (10 min)
Breakout Groups – Practitioners present their Point of View (30 min)
Combined Discussion – (20 mins)

Building a Business Case for EX : Breakout Session l

It is intuitive that improving employee experience is good for your business.

However, when it comes to building a business case for implementing an employee-centric framework, measuring how this relates to your business can seem challenging. So, how do you demonstrate the link between employee experience and its value to your business?

In this session, we share in detail what employee experience is and it’s associated benefits and what you need to know to build a compelling business case for investing in Employee Experience (EX).

EX Design & Implementation : Breakout Session ll

Majority of EX design initiatives start out with the best of intentions, but very few live up to its expectations. When properly conceived and executed, EX design and implementation can enhance both people performance and business results. The goal of employee experience (EX) design is to maximize employee satisfaction, by visualizing the employees end-to-end journey. 

In this session, we provide practical guidelines to ensure successful EX design and implementation.

EX Tools & Technology : Breakout Session lll

Utilising innovations in technology is becoming more important as organisations strive to meet the needs of their digitally savvy employees.

In this session we explore how organisations can effectively leverage  technology to create more relevant, seamless and inspiring employee experiences.

Careers in EX : Breakout Session lV

With the rapid rise of COVID-19, unprecedented times have caused catastrophic damage to peoples’ homes, livelihoods and communities.There is a growing need for transforming business models to better meet evolving employee needs in an era of crisis; showcasing greater empathy or implementing new employee experience strategies that empower and support your employees.

In this session, you’ll explore how EX has been gaining popularity and the career options it brings with it.

Session Leads

Jeevan Joshi EXAssemby

Jeevan Joshi

EX Assembly

Jeevan has helped organisations such as nbn, Westpac, Fairfax – design, deliver a Learning & HR ecosystem, that is business responsive and user-centric and based on Agile.

Rob Wilkins

Leader – Information Management Systems
NSW Department of Education

Rob is a business professional with extensive experience in Learning and Performance, Change Management, Digital Learning, Knowledge and Information Management systems and strategy and Data Analytics and governance. Rob brings his unique perspective as a practitioner, a learner and researcher in corporate learning.

Jerome Moulin

EX Practitioner

Jerome is an employee experience expert and thought leader with proven expertise in driving change, developing and implementing human-centric strategies at a global level to contribute to culture shift and the enablement and continuous improvement of employee lifecycle activities while maximising investment in HR technology.

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