SARA Conference and Awards 2011


SARA Conference and Banquet 2011

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In the ring with the real issues

The South African Reward Association invites you to the SARA Conference and Banquet. The annual series of events allows the leading lights in the industry get together to network, share in knowledge, and recognise the professions brightest stars. 

What's in store

  • Pre-conference - Wed 26 October
  • Conference day 1 - Thursday 27 October
  • Conference day 2 - Friday 28 October 
  • Banquet - Saturday 29 October 
The pre-conference kicks off with a networking breakfast, panel discussion and reward think tank followed by lunch and a speed networking session. The conference proper takes place on Thursday and Friday from the morning until the late afternoon on each day, with a presitgious line-up of local and international speakers, interactive sessions, and networking opportunities. 

On Saturday  the event is topped off with the highly popular Banquet which takes place at the banquet hall at Gallagher Estates. This prestigous event is a wonderfull occassion to celebrate the profession and honour the leading practiioners in the reward industry. 

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In the Ring with the Real Issues

Facilitated by 


Keynote Address

Anne Ruddy, President of WorldatWork, USA

“The New Normal in Rewards”
The new normal with respect to reward practices and trends as well as the changing role and competencies for successful reward professionals.

Other Highlights:

 Rewards Think Tank
A workshop on the top reward challenges and issues you are currently facing
John Rubino, Nicolene de Beer, Ronel Nienaber and Diane Auld

 Remuneration Committees: Dobermans or Spaniels?
Panel discussion, facilitated by Greg Volkwyn

 Rewards Issues In Public Service and State Owned Enterprises
Riah Phiyega - Deputy Chair of Rem Com for POB and Chair of Presidents Commission

 Interactive Rewards Scenario Planning For Executive Reward
Chantal Illbury

 Are We Managing Remuneration That It Contributes To Economic Growth?
Discussion facilitated by Dr Mark Bussin, Martin Hopkins and Gavin hartford

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