How does the World Cafe work?  Think of it a bit like speed dating! There will be 17 tables in total, each with a different topic and moderated by a Table Captain. Participants are able to select and move around to a table of their choice at their own discretion or at the end of each round. There will be three, 30 minute rounds in total which end at the sound of the change-over bell.

How does the World Cafe work? Think of it a bit like speed dating! There will be 17 tables in total, each with a different topic and moderated by a Table Captain. Participants are able to select and move around to a table of their choice at their own discretion or at the end of each round. There will be three, 30 minute rounds in total which end at the sound of the change-over bell.

Rabia Siddique presents her keynote session on Inspiring Change. Rabia is a criminal and human rights lawyer, a retired British Army officer, a former terrorism and war crimes prosecutor, a professional speaker, trainer, and published author. In 2006 she was awarded a Queen’s commendation for her human rights work in Iraq and in 2009 was the Runner Up for Australian Woman of the Year UK.

Rabia Siddique presents her keynote session on Inspiring Change. Rabia is a criminal and human rights lawyer, a retired British Army officer, a former terrorism and war crimes prosecutor, a professional speaker, trainer, and published author. In 2006 she was awarded a Queen’s commendation for her human rights work in Iraq and in 2009 was the Runner Up for Australian Woman of the Year UK.

Trevor Vas facilitates World Cafe Roundtables. The World Café adds a new dynamic to a traditional conference setting and provides an open and creative forum which allows delegates to have their say, share their insights and gain a practical understanding of the subject matter in a series of intimate roundtable discussions.

Trevor Vas facilitates World Cafe Roundtables. The World Café adds a new dynamic to a traditional conference setting and provides an open and creative forum which allows delegates to have their say, share their insights and gain a practical understanding of the subject matter in a series of intimate roundtable discussions.

Table 10 - What is the business case for increasing diversity? Facilitator: Kelly Quirk, CEO, Harrier HR & Rabia Siddique, Former British Army Officer

Table 10 - What is the business case for increasing diversity? Facilitator: Kelly Quirk, CEO, Harrier HR & Rabia Siddique, Former British Army Officer

The ATC was once again held in the Sofitel, Sydney.

The ATC was once again held in the Sofitel, Sydney.

Karen Lawson, CEO , CareerOne Opens the Conference, and talks about the importance of New Wave Thinking.

Karen Lawson, CEO , CareerOne Opens the Conference, and talks about the importance of New Wave Thinking.

Opening Session at #ATC2014

Opening Session at #ATC2014

Didier Elzinga, CEO & Founder, CultureAmp, gives his 10 min pitch in the #atc2014 Innovation Lab. You can find out more about CultureAmp at http://www.cultureamp.com/

Didier Elzinga, CEO & Founder, CultureAmp, gives his 10 min pitch in the #atc2014 Innovation Lab. You can find out more about CultureAmp at http://www.cultureamp.com/

Table 3- The rise of the machine generation – could you soon be sourcing robots instead of people? Facilitator: Kevin Wheeler, Founder of Future of Talent Institute

Table 3- The rise of the machine generation – could you soon be sourcing robots instead of people? Facilitator: Kevin Wheeler, Founder of Future of Talent Institute

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