Main programme

  • 8:30

    Registration

  • 9:30

    Welcome Session

  • Plenary Session 1: Paradox I - Older Generations Vs. Younger Generations

  • 09:45

    Generational Diversity in the Workplace
    Understanding and Leading  Four different Generations in one workplace


    Tim Elmore, Ph.D., Growing Leaders, USA
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    For the first time in history, today’s workplace has four to five generations that must work together on a daily basis. It can lead to either incredible collaboration or dysfunction. This interactive and engaging session offers a peak into the various generations, what they value, how they communicate best and what leaders must do to connect with each one and equip them to work as a high performing team together.

    At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

    • Describe the primary characteristics of each generation in today’s workforce
    • Identify communication best practices for teammates of varying ages
    • Establish an individual action plan to improve their specific interactions with co-workers
  • 10:45

    Does Talent has an Age?
    Youth and Maturity – Battle or Opportunity


    Aaron Marko, trainer, mentor, speaker and coach
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    Nowadays, when companies are facing 4 different generations, this is a stress for many. At the same time, it is a tremendous opportunity to transfer knowledge, habits and values across generations. Why deal with this, how to do it, and who is responsible for effective intergenerational cooperation at the workplace?

  • 11.15

    Coffee Break

  • 11:45

    How NOVOMATIC utilizes the Wisdom of Senior Workforce

    Sarah Könczöl, Klemen Čaleta, Novomatic, Austria
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    Life expectation is increasing – 6 hours each day! It is a challenge that we simply cannot turn a blind eye to. Measures to activate the older working generation are therefore getting more and more important within HR strategies nowadays. Session will enable participants to learn how Novomatic utilezes the so-called silver talents, by building up the NOVOSilver Family for the retired employees, who can transfer their wisdom to the younger colleagues. Novomatic is a leading gaming technology company that employs approximately 30,000 people worldwide and has locations in more than 50 countries.

  • 12.15

    Connecting Different Generations


    Greg Arthur, Philip Morris, Great Britain
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  • 12:45

    Lunch Break

  • Plenary Session 2: Paradox II - Changes Vs. Opportunity

  • 14.00

    People and Leadership in the Shadow of Paradoxes

    Nenad Filipović, Ph.D., IEDC-Bled School of Management
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    ‘Crisis or opportunity’ or ‘Crisis and Opportunity’ as many business gurus tell us? Instead of dealing with labels, this session will give insights in the actual content that is affecting the behavior of organizations and individuals in the business world today. How should business leaders respond? What does this mean for HR activities? And especially how to live in a world where “and” replaces “or” and requires mastering seemingly paradoxical facts.

  • 14:45

    The Impact of Global Economy on HR


    Tjaša Redek, Ph.D., Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana
  • 15:15

    Coffe break

  • 15:55

    ROUND TABLE: Change is a Door to Opportunity

    Participants:

    Robert Golob, Ph.D., Gen-I

    Medeja Lončar, Siemens

    Marko Podgornik, Mikro+Polo

    Luka Vesnaver, Deloitte

    Moderated by Saša Fajmut, MBA, Amrop Adria

  • 17:00

    When the Magic Happens
    Biggest Challenges of Growing Organization


    Mersed Čamdžić, Mistral, Bosnia and Hercegovina
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    The session will cover the story of Mistral, a growing software product development company in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mistral CEO Mersed Camdzic will share how they overcame a recent crisis when there was a business need to increase the workforce by 25%, and retain the existing talent through maintaining a people focused culture.

    Some of the questions that will be covered: How to turn a crisis into an opportunity? What was the role of Human Potential, and that of the management? How important was communication on individual, team and company level? What were the lessons learnt? What were the outcomes?

  • 17:30

    Award Ceremony

  • 18:30

    Charity Run – Connected by Running

  • 19:30

    Gala Dinner

  • 21:00

    #loveHR party

Sekundarni program

  • 8:00

    1

    Sprejem in registracija udeležencev

  • 09:00

    Otvoritev kongresa ADMA

    Polona Koštomaj,

    programska vodja konrerga ADMA in Suzi Asfour, predsednica ZLKTPS

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  • 09:15

    dr. Aleksander Zadel

    Vodenje nadrejenih

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  • 10:45

    4

    ODMOR

  • 11:45

    mag. Franka Bertoncelj, univ.dipl.psih.

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  • 12:00

    dr. Danijela Brečko

    Strategije ravnanja s konflikti

  • 12:45

    7

    KOSILO

    restavracija GH Bernardin, 10. nadstropje

  • 14:00

    Marjana Lavrič Šulman

    EMPLOYER BRANDING – modna muha ali je relevanten tudi zame?

  • 14:45

    Branko Žunec, BMC International

    Zmagovalna miselnost

  • 15:30

    Petra Škarja

    ADMA navdih

  • 16:00

    11

    Zaključek predavanj

  • 20:00

    12

    Podelitev priznanja Poslovna asistentka/tajnica leta 2019

    Prijave zbiramo do 22. marca!

  • 21:00

    13

    ADMA druženje

    GH Bernardin

Main programme

  • 6:30

    Something for you

    Start the Day Right: Energy Preparation              

    Franc Gider, Ph.D., Bizinaizi
  • 8:00

    Morning Workshop:
    Increasing Work Productivity with Personal Balance

    Franc Gider, Ph.D., Bizinaizi
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    Only people who are in energy balance can be effective at work. Everyday activities and obligations cause stress that disrupts people’s energy balance. Due to stress, employers lose billions of euros every year at the expense of sick leave. More than 80% of sick leave is related to a stressful lifestyle. At the workshop you will learn about 5 »bizinazi rules« for improving the quality of life – for more energy, more efficiency at work, more time and better health. You will also learn three simple techniques to help you achieve energy balance in your daily life.

  • Plenary Session 3: Paradox III: Technology Vs. Human

  • 9:00

    Artificial Intelligence and Human Nature

    Lee Andrews, IBM, Great Britain
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    The future of HR, and Talent Acquisition, is to create a seamless connection between digital and human to provide consumer-grade experiences within the workplace. Join Lee as he shares how IBM is reimagining it’s Talent processes for candidates and employees, with user experience and personalisation at the core.

  • 10:00

    Let’s keep the Human!

    Martin Golob, pastor
  • 10:30

    Coffee break

  • 11:15

    Coexistence of Artificial and Human Intelligence in FoF (the Factories of the Future)

    Tomaž Savšek, Ph.D., TPV
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    That the company can penetrate the international market or to stay on it, to offer something better, different, to master the latest technologies and to respond quickly to changes. Despite predictions that there will be only robots and artificial intelligence-based technologies in the factories of the future, the paradigm is changing and man is coming to the front again. The session will outline some of the challenges facing the automotive development supplier and demonstrate some possible solutions that incorporate modern technologies and people with new knowledge and competencies.

  • Plenary Session 4: Paradox IV: Competencies for Today Vs. Competencies for Tomorrow

  • 11:45

    Personal Relationships and the Paradox of Truth

    Darija Aleksič, Ph.D., Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana
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    We all want successful cooperation, but we still rarely experience it. This is due, among other things, to differences in individual truths that result from our framed interpretation of the environment. Good interpersonal cooperation requires the successful mastery of many individual truths that individuals blindly believe in and vigorously defend.

  • 12:30

    Lunch break

  • 13:30

    Cross-cultural Competencies
    Beyond-Borders Communication and Protocol

    Dusha Barbara Vidanovich, Europrotocol, Great Britain
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    Culture is a complex concept, with many different definitions. It is simply about the way people think, feel and act.  Culture is often compared to an iceberg which has both visible, above the surface, and invisible, below the surface, parts. The Iceberg Principle or The Iceberg Theory suggests that the visible manifestation of culture is just the the tip of the cultural iceberg.

    Elements of culture which we can plainly see, such as food or clothes, are represented by the upper portion of the iceberg. Those elements which are not as obvious such as why someone eats or dresses the way they do are represented by the much larger portion of the iceberg underwater. Examples of invisible cultural values are respect for elders, civil society, tolerance, environment protection, animal care and much more.

    Failure to understand and recognise these parts of culture and the layers that compose them, as well as how they influence each other is the main reason misunderstandings occur when doing business internationally. Without regard for differing cultural patterns, one runs the risk of misinterpreting the actions, words, or gestures of others.

  • 14:00

    Modern Leader: Managing Different Skills to build an Effective Team

    Gregor Skender, Deloitte
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    In 2019, Deloitte conducted a survey of trends in human capital. In addition to well-known changes such as digitalization and automation, the results have shown a shift in focus to the individual, the search for meaning and his role in the organization. The latter is particularly important because of the ongoing large-scale generation transition. This, on the one hand, is reflected in the massive transfer of management and ownership, and on the other hand, changes in working with the youngest colleagues. In addition to the global trends explored, listeners will be presented with Deloitte’s specific experiences in Slovenia, and the findings will be highlighted through concrete collaborative stories and challenges in managing skills in diverse teams.

  • 14:30

    Is Agility the New Black?

    Soren Vammen, Kairos Commodities, DILF (The Danish Purchasing & Logistics Forum), Danska
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    Change is the new normal, digitalization, new business models, volatile macro-economic conditions, and young people with dramatically other expectations entering the labor market – how do we cope with this as leaders within organisations?

    • Leading through up- and downturns – what’s the difference?
    • Gen Y – who will accommodate, the companies or the youngsters?
    • New dilemmas through Digitalization?
    • Profile of the future leaders
  • 15:10

    Closing Remarks

Side programme

  • 8:00

    1

    Sprejem in registracija udeležencev

  • 09:00

    Otvoritev kongresa ADMA

    Polona Koštomaj,

    programska vodja konrerga ADMA in Suzi Asfour, predsednica ZLKTPS

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  • 09:15

    dr. Aleksander Zadel

    Vodenje nadrejenih

  • 10:45

    4

    ODMOR

  • 11:45

    mag. Franka Bertoncelj, univ.dipl.psih.

    Kako podati negativen feedback

  • 12:00

    dr. Danijela Brečko

    Strategije ravnanja s konflikti

  • 12:45

    7

    KOSILO

    restavracija GH Bernardin, 10. nadstropje

  • 14:00

    Marjana Lavrič Šulman

    EMPLOYER BRANDING – modna muha ali je relevanten tudi zame?

  • 14:45

    Branko Žunec, BMC International

    Zmagovalna miselnost

  • 15:30

    Petra Škarja

    ADMA navdih

  • 16:00

    11

    Zaključek predavanj

  • 20:00

    12

    Podelitev priznanja Poslovna asistentka/tajnica leta 2019

    Prijave zbiramo do 22. marca!

  • 21:00

    13

    ADMA druženje

    GH Bernardin

All Slovene lectures will be translated into English.

Moderator kongresa

David Urankar

David Urankar je televizijski voditelj, ki ga lahko spremljate v oddaji Dobro jutro, Slovenija in v avtomobilski oddaji Avtomobilnost na nacionalni televiziji. V slovenski knjigi rekordov je zapisan kot prvi voznik boba v državni reprezentanci, s katero je 5 sezon nastopal v evropskem in ameriškem pokalu. Mednarodno je prepoznaven tudi po številnih reklamnih kampanjah, med njimi so Adidas, Mercedes-Benz, Vaseline, Jaguar … in tudi najnovejša za Philips, ki jo trenutno lahko ujamete na vaših malih ekranih ter na Instagramu …