Mrs Belinda Beltz
Masonic Care Tasmania, Lindisfarne, TAS
Outline of presentation: Masonic Care Tasmania (MCT) recognises the key to attracting and retaining the right workforce requires Authentic Leadership and sound Recruitment Strategy. This presentation will provide remarkable insight with tips and tools of how to; draw on your organisation’s strengths and benefits to support attraction; how best to provide opportunity to up-skill and develop your people; successfully acknowledge the importance of and how to ensure motivational and cultural fit plus skills and experience; provide flexible and various techniques depending on job family; recognise and embrace diversity whilst recognising the importance of inter-generational workforce; and, how you can retain your talent to ensure ongoing successful engagement, advocacy and productivity within your workforce.
Why the presentation/topic will be of interest to conference participants: This will provide detailed information on how MCT has been able to attract and retain the ‘right’ workforce. It will provide insight and aim to deliver real life examples, learnings, tips and tools on how to recruit, retain and successfully engage a diverse and inter generational workforce. Belinda will also share recent Staff Satisfaction Survey results, what was learnt and how we used this data to achieve maximum impact in regards to engagement and retention of staff.
Belinda Beltz, Executive Director, People & Culture
A highly motivated, committed and experienced HR/IR leader with extensive experience in employee/industrial relations, remuneration & benefits, reward & recognition, performance management, recruitment, systems development and implementation together with strong/extensive generalist HR skills.
Her proven strengths as a HR leader is providing leadership and coaching, management and direction, solving complex problems, developing frameworks, interpreting employment legislation, providing exemplary customer service and the ability to communicate at all levels. Belinda recently held the role of Manager Human Resources at Tasmanian Ports Corporation and prior to that specialised in Executive Remuneration & Benefits at Aurora Energy.
Belinda has held senior human resources management roles in various Tasmanian organisations for the past 12 years and brings to MCT a varied range of skills to compliment the broad People & Culture function. In her spare time, Belinda also provides advice and support in a Board Advisory capacity for a local Tasmanian IT and Project Management company, 2PM.