Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Features
Company
Partners
Resources
Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Company

Inside intelliHR

intelliHR is a people technology company based in Brisbane, Australia.

Explore intelliHR
Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Partners

intelliHR Partner Program

Learn about our partner program, or apply to become an intelliHR partner.

Learn More
Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Features
Company
Partners
Resources

Resources

intelliHR Resources

Grow your skills and gain an insight into our world with these free resources.

Resource Library
See how intelliHR can help you.
START NOW

Obligation free • Quick Setup • Adaptable & Scalable

Schedule a Demo.
Want to see how intelli can help you?
Are you using filing cabinets and spreadsheets for your people management system?

You don't need to anymore! intelliHR is your all-in-one cloud-based intelligent people management platform.

We're here to simplify people management and HR for you.
  • Sarah Gatehouse

    Sarah Gatehouse.

    Fujitsu General Australia

    "In 2016 we rolled out intelliHR, and in 2017 we had our best financial year yet. That makes a massive statement to show how valuable an investment in people and technology can be."

  • Sarah Gatehouse

    Sarah Gatehouse.

    Fujitsu General Australia

    "With the implementation of intelliHR, the improvements in our culture are clearly visible. intelliHR is a tool that helps with our strategic cultural goal of being a great place to work, with improved engagement, communication and goal management now well on track."

  • Belinda Maybury

    Belinda Maybury.

    Sheldon Commercial Interiors

    "The support and customer service from intelliHR and Customer Success Manager, Glenn has been phenomenal."

TopBorderCurve

Customers

Join other industry leaders

These businesses get the best out of their talent from using intelliHR.

TopBorderCurve
Events | 5 min
DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0: Challenging our thinking on people, culture and technology
The Brisbane Powerhouse was lit up once again as DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0’s presenters took to the stage on April 18. After last year’s stellar inaugural event, expectations were set high. DisruptHR is a fast-paced...
Events | 5 min
Leading and engaging a diverse and dynamic workforce: Insights from the HR Leader’s Summit
At the recent Conferenz HR Leader’s Summit Event in Auckland, intelliHR CEO Rob Bromage facilitated a panel of New Zealand’s leading HR Leaders to discuss their views on leading and engaging a diverse and...
Events | 3 min
Who’s speaking at DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0?
With less than a fortnight to go, the excitement around DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0 is building. The upcoming event on April 18 at the Brisbane Powerhouse is returning after its stellar success last July. This...
Events | 2 min
DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0 is coming!
After the success of DisruptHR Brisbane in 2017, the fast-paced international event series that gets people thinking differently about people, performance and culture is returning. intelliHR is pleased to announce that we are hosting...
Events | 10 min
Recognition Mission: a hackathon to drive employee engagement
What do you get when you put an eager bunch of HR enthusiasts into a room, with a challenge to solve in 8 hours? The result: an electrified melting pot of ideas that can...
Events | 1 min
Shifting Perspectives; an opportunity to discuss the future of intelliHR
Following the closure of intelliHR’s pre-IPO capital raising, CEO Robert Bromage was invited to present at the ‘Online, Technology and Services Conference’ hosted by Morgans in Melbourne last week. The Morgans event was an...
Events | 2 min
Meet the Disruptors: Rob Bromage
Rob Bromage, intelliHR CEO, spoke to the international organisers of DisruptHR about his experience of the Brisbane event and the exciting future ahead for HR. “We are talking about powerful insights from analytics, Artificial...
Events | 2 min
intelliHR attends the AHRI National Convention and Exhibiton 2017
Once again, intelliHR was thrilled to be a part of the AHRI National Convention and Exhibition. The largest HR event in Australia, with more than 2400 visitors walking through the doors of the Sydney...
Events | 5 min read
DisruptHR Brisbane 2017 Recap
DisruptHR is changing the way Brisbane thinks about people management For the very first time, DisruptHR arrived in Brisbane on July 26 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. The night was a dazzling, fast-paced event that...
Events | 5 min
Fuelling intelligent conversations at the HR Summit
intelliHR were delighted to take part and be one of the sponsors for The National HR Summit in Sydney, March 29-30, 2017. Held in the fabulous venue at the harbour city’s Luna Park, it was a great opportunity...

DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0: Challenging our thinking on people, culture and technology

The Brisbane Powerhouse was lit up once again as DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0’s presenters took to the stage on April 18. After last year’s stellar inaugural event, expectations were set high.

DisruptHR is a fast-paced international event series that gets people thinking differently about people, performance and culture. The night features a collection of speakers who have just five minutes each to ignite the room with their fresh ideas, so it’s unlike any other HR event out there. First held in Cincinnati, USA in 2013, DisruptHR has since appeared in more than 125 cities around the world.  

From a diverse range of backgrounds, our Disruptors brought their unique perspectives to challenge how we think about people, performance, culture and technology. Here are what the eight Disruptors brought to the stage:

Lucy Lloyd, CEO of Mentorloop, wants Human Reconnection to take over from Human Resources in the workplace. With the advancement of technology, social or human connection needs to be encouraged and embraced to help create a tribal sense of belonging, which in turn will increase retention and employee engagement.

Lauren Scholtz, Customer Success Manager at intelliHR, says that the advancements in talent acquisition while fantastic are not a silver bullet. Instead we should think of our talent as a precious resource and instead we should look at fixing the holes in the talent bucket.

Amanda Lutvey, Founder of Career Culture Lab, says that while ping pong tables and high cost employee benefits may be attractive to staff at first, it’s not what is going to keep them there, engaged or create a good company culture. It’s about knowing the values and purpose and being treated as an individual that is important.

Stephanie Yeo, CX at Aurecon, says the key to improving your customer’s experience is to ensure your employees’ experience is the best it can be. Companies who are CX leaders are far more likely to have employees who are engaged.

Will Wheeler, Director of Evolution in Leadership, emphasises that employees aren’t cookie cutters and many learn in different ways. These people all have something to offer, so why should they be excluded? Instead, should it be leaders that adapt to how their people learn?

Dr Matthew Neale, Chief Psychology Officer at Revelian, says that gamification is rapidly changing all aspects of our lives, and the HR world is no different. HR is starting to benefit from gamification especially in the field of psychometric assessments.

Kate Pearce, Director at Personified says we need to break up with training. Instead, we need to go right back to basics and look at how our young children are being taught and see how this can be adapted to business.

Vu Tran, Head of Growth at GO1, looked back to how we used to learn and how this will propel us into the future of learning.

The dynamic night had the audience filled with CEOs, business leaders and HR professionals buzzing about new ideas and ways to transform their businesses and support their people.

From the proceeds of the event’s ticket sales we were pleased to raise $2585.94 for Endeavour Foundation, Centacare’s Domestic and Family Violence Service and the Mater Foundation.

The DisruptHR presentations are available to watch here. Stay tuned for DisruptHR Brisbane 3.0!


Leading and engaging a diverse and dynamic workforce: Insights from the HR Leader’s Summit

At the recent Conferenz HR Leader’s Summit Event in Auckland, intelliHR CEO Rob Bromage facilitated a panel of New Zealand’s leading HR Leaders to discuss their views on leading and engaging a diverse and dynamic workforce.

“Today, we live in both multicultural & multi generational communities and our workplaces not only serve those communities, they also reflect them”.

Rob Bromage led the panel discussion around the importance of inclusion in workplaces. “Put business performance aside, the social responsibility and just the basic humanity of inclusion is everyone’s responsibility”. The discussion prompted the importance and high priority for all organisations to understand diversity and the need to craft a strong workplace culture with a blended workforce.

Here is a glimpse of what the panel had to say:

Mark Carrick – Inclusion Consultant, BNZ

A big focus in the professional environment today is moving from the ‘culture fit’, reason being, you end up with a homogenous workforce with no diversity in thought or creativity. Mark suggests looking at the ‘culture add’ when selecting a candidate. Start with their skills and capabilities and then identify the uniqueness that the candidate can bring to your organisation that you don’t already have.

 

Molly Workman – Talent & Culture Manager at Lotto NZ

Blend inclusion and diversity with well-being, in doing so you will make your people feel more comfortable. Molly identifies that growing an understanding of how their people are feeling is helping their organisation. They are equipping managers with the skills to not only read feedback they are receiving, but to then have a meaningful conversation with their staff to probe deeper and further support them.

With 50% of the workforce as millennials, age diversity comes to the fore, for Lotto NZ its evolving the workforce for the future, making sure all people feel comfortable with digital transformation. Regarding who is the most digitally savvy, Molly says “you can’t assume who will pick things up quickly” so there is importance not to generalise based on age.

 

Liz Barton – Chief People and Transformation Officer at Plunket

When looking at the workforce from a diversity perspective, Liz believes that richness of independence of thought is what will help Plunket get to a better place. The challenge is getting the differences in voices in the organisation to come together, storytelling is one way they’ve been able to overcome this.
Technology is critical for us as an organisation, two years ago our nurses didn’t have email addresses, they now have tablets and we expect them to record their visits and do their work and engage with us organisationally with a lot of different apps, so from a diversity perspective it’s been trying to figure out how we equip people with the tools and support different ways for them to work.

 

Andre Lubbe – Head of Employment Relations Team at Auckland Council

Having an external consideration is important to the diversity found in Auckland. Andre discusses the need to serve and support the direction of one of the most diverse cities in the world, Auckland, with over 100 ethnicities that make it up. The organisation has diversity and inclusion aspirations and is moving to supporting the greater community, with a rich and diverse workforce to provide support and guidance into those diverse communities.

The panel further discussed:

  • Maximising cultural diversity in leadership positions,
  • Guiding a workforce through digital transformation,
  • Effective techniques at the recruitment stage to see more diverse candidates coming through the pipeline,
  • Setting voluntary diversity targets in your organisation,
  • The biggest challenge when it comes to diversity.

To view the panel discussion, click here.


HR Leaders’ Summit 2018
9 April 2018
Pullman, Auckland

Panelists:
Mark Carrick, Inclusion Consultant, BNZ
Liz Barton, Chief People and Transformation Officer, Plunket
Molly Workman, Talent and Culture Manager, Lotto NZ
André Lubbe, Employment Relations Manager – Human Resources, Auckland Council
Facilitator: Robert Bromage, Chief Executive Officer, intelliHR


Who’s speaking at DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0?

With less than a fortnight to go, the excitement around DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0 is building. The upcoming event on April 18 at the Brisbane Powerhouse is returning after its stellar success last July. This year is looking to be even more energising and thought provoking!

DisruptHR is a fast-paced international event series that gets people thinking differently about people, performance and culture. Featuring a collection of speakers who have just five minutes each to ignite the room with their fresh ideas, the evening promises to be unlike any HR event you’ve seen before. The eight disruptors who will take to the stage on April 18 include:

Amanda Lutvey, Workplace Culture & Employee Engagement Consultant at Career Culture Lab, whose topic “Creating an awesome workplace culture is not about ping pong tables and high cost employee benefits!” will look at how HR can be in the driver’s seat when it comes to recognising the gaps and influencing the culture of your workplace.

Will Wheeler, Founder at Evolution in Leadership, will discuss how leadership can adapt to the different needs of staff through the provision of options to assist their unique learning styles.

Lauren Scholtz, Customer Success Manager at intelliHR, will present on why businesses cannot afford to treat talent like a renewable resource, despite the exciting advancements in talent acquisition. A look into why you should fix the hole in the bucket first.

Kate Pearce, Director at Personified, will tell us why organisations need to break up with training to build the future capabilities that their businesses will require.

Stephanie Yeo, Client Experience Representative at Aurecon, dives into the three key CX strategies that can be utilised to take your organisation’s EX experience to the next level!

Vu Tran, Co-Founder of GO1, will look at how and why we learn and what is the future of learning. Is there a right choice for the delivery model for the type of learning?

Lucy Lloyd, CEO of Mentor Loop, will discuss The New HR: The Human Reconnection. HR’s necessary shift to align itself to the more urgent and pertinent need of its people: to feel connected.

Dr Matthew Neale, Chief Psychology Officer at Revelian, will challenge us with his presentation: “Game On: Better Talent Through Gamified HR”. Across the spectrum of digital experiences, the rise of gamification has seen its wide and varied uses put into practice. HR is no exception.

intelliHR is proud to be sponsoring this ground-breaking event and we hope to see you there! For more information or to purchase tickets, click here


DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0 is coming!

After the success of DisruptHR Brisbane in 2017, the fast-paced international event series that gets people thinking differently about people, performance and culture is returning. intelliHR is pleased to announce that we are hosting DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0 at the Brisbane Powerhouse on 18 April, 2018.

A global sensation, DisruptHR was first held in September 2013 in Cincinnati, USA and has since appeared in 119 cities around the world. Last year in Brisbane, nine disruptors rocked the stage of the Brisbane Powerhouse, bringing their ideas on a diverse range of topics from ‘Augmented Reality in HR’ to ‘Why HR Needs to Put On the Oxygen Mask’ to ‘Digital Disruption in Talent Strategy’. The DisruptHR concept sees a rapid fire of presentations, five minutes each with slides transitioning every 15 seconds.  It’s a fun, dynamic and agile exchange of ideas about people, culture and technology.

If you’re an HR disruptor looking to shake up the way people think – whether you’re an HR professional, a CEO or just someone who has something to say about talent, culture or technology – we’re looking for you. Speaker submissions are now open, but you’ll need to be quick as they close March 1, 2018.

To register your interest in being a disruptor or to purchase tickets click here

Can’t wait till DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0?  Click here to view the presentations from DisruptHR Brisbane 1.0.


Recognition Mission: a hackathon to drive employee engagement

What do you get when you put an eager bunch of HR enthusiasts into a room, with a challenge to solve in 8 hours? The result: an electrified melting pot of ideas that can supercharge the way people are recognised in business. In early December, intelliHR hosted Recognition Mission – its first non-technical hackathon to devise new ideas to boost recognition practices in a global business.

The six teams collaborated on ideas that would champion positive behaviours and drive employee engagement. Innovative, creative and realistic initiatives were pitched to the Hackathon participants and the all-important intelliHR judging panel, made up of CEO Rob Bromage, intelliHR Chairman Tony Bellas and intelliHR CTO Jeremy Fong.

Recognition solutions

The range of solutions of how to promote recognition in business were devised by the teams using innovative ideas around people management and technology.  Here is what we learnt:

One size doesn’t fit all: Hackers felt that in existing recognition systems, there was an extrinsic one-size-fits-all approach with recognition coming from the top down. Acknowledging that individuals have preferences over the way they receive recognition, for example whether it’s in a public or private forum, they sought to devise a personalised solution. Defining what types of recognition individual employees liked to receive, data would be entered into a customisable dashboard where wins could be recorded and displayed, as well as important dates (such as birthdays or work anniversaries) stored.

They suggested that peer-to-peer recognition would be more meaningful, especially when delivered in a timely manner. With employees empowered through giving and receiving recognition in a way that’s meaningful to them, a company’s cultural behaviours would be reinforced.

The dollar value: Putting the value of recognition into a financial metric for the company was a persuasive idea to encourage managers to be more proactive about recognition. For example, metrics (including cost of sick leave, recruitment, meeting times) could be created along with benchmarks. At certain intervals, data is released to managers to reveal if these benchmarks are being hit. If they aren’t being met, managers will be able to see the financial cost of this to the business.

A personal touch: Hackers believed personalising recognition could improve employee engagement, in one instance by conducting an initial survey to collect information about the employee to gauge their personal preferences. How they would like to receive recognition from a team or from a peer and so forth. Those responses could be adapted to the employee’s profile in the software and made available to everyone in the organisation. This enables employees to take more ownership in a company’s recognition system.

Play the game: Gamification was an idea that hackers felt could make recognition more engaging, fun and addictive for employees. The central idea was to use augmented reality to personalise recognition and encourage team building. Ideas saw employees venturing into a world of augmented reality to create office “gardens” where staff can add elements such as flowers or plants as a notation of recognition. Employee recognition given by peers in an innovative and fun way was suggested as more likely to be adopted by workforces.

An alternate gamification-based idea was inspired by the addictive social media game Farmville, where people could give plants, crops and other items as recognition. Following the successful building up of an employee’s “farm” this could later be exchanged for rewards. The data on how people are performing based on recognition could then be seen on a manager’s dashboard. Another engaging and fun way to make recognition part of a work day.

The hackathon delivered many ideas and fresh perspectives about how to make recognition a positive force in business that hackers walked away with new insights, inspired by what could become of their workplaces if such initiatives were implemented.

Decisions, decisions 

It was a tough decision for the judges with all the groups bringing innovative and well-thought out solutions to the table. Rob Bromage commended all hackers for their efforts and collaborations.  “This hackathon was about getting recognition back on our radars with innovative ideas and fresh perspectives, to empower employees across global workplaces. With the right recognition systems, we can make work a better place for everyone from frontline staff to CEOs and boost performance in the process,” says Rob. “The hackers have unravelled key challenges businesses face when they have a remote, multisite or global workforce. I am inspired by what was developed and enthused for intelliHR to make steps towards improving the way recognition is delivered in any workplace.”

The inaugural intelliHR Hackathon: Recognition Mission was won by team ‘Spaghetti Lords’ for their idea of personalised recognition. Runners up prizes went to team ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ for their augmented reality inspiration and ‘Crash and Burn’ for their focus on understanding the value and positive financial impact possibilities of recognition.

All event photos can be viewed via the intelliHR Facebook page here.


Shifting Perspectives; an opportunity to discuss the future of intelliHR

Following the closure of intelliHR’s pre-IPO capital raising, CEO Robert Bromage was invited to present at the ‘Online, Technology and Services Conference’ hosted by Morgans in Melbourne last week.

The Morgans event was an opportunity for institutional investors and fund managers to hear from CEO’s from fast growing emerging companies in the Online, Technology and Services sectors.

Bromage reflected that the event enabled the company to talk about the future of intelliHR, direction of the cloud based people management and data analytics platform and our developments in the space of Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence.


Meet the Disruptors: Rob Bromage

Rob Bromage, intelliHR CEO, spoke to the international organisers of DisruptHR about his experience of the Brisbane event and the exciting future ahead for HR.

“We are talking about powerful insights from analytics, Artificial Intelligence helping to bring important information to the forefront, contemporary thinking about employee experience and treating staff as knowledge value adding contributors and not battery hens, flexible working arrangements that see the melding of personal priorities with work but winning, and finally the realisation by business that their HR organisations are the keys to competitive difference. So much to be excited by and a part of!”

Read the full article here

As seen on:


intelliHR attends the AHRI National Convention and Exhibiton 2017

Once again, intelliHR was thrilled to be a part of the AHRI National Convention and Exhibition. The largest HR event in Australia, with more than 2400 visitors walking through the doors of the Sydney International Convention Centre from August 21-24.

The annual event featured a stellar line-up of global HR leaders and thinkers, sparking conversations and inspiring new ideas. intelliHR always loves being a part of this event as it’s a fantastic opportunity to interact and share information with the many delegates and visitors to the conference.

intelliHR was honoured to be a premium sponsor of the event this year. It’s the second time we have sponsored the event. In 2016, we launched our intelligent people management system to a warm response.  This year we had the great pleasure of demonstrating our new user interface and advances in our analytics, including a first peek at our work in the area of natural language processing.

IntelliHR had the great pleasure of sponsoring the workshop session with Dave Ulrich, Rensis Likert Professor of Business, University of Michigan, and co-founder of The RBL Group [Twitter: @dave_ulrich.] The session, about the organisation as a competitive edge, was one of the most popular at the convention. Professor Ulrich explained how an emerging organisation is defined by capabilities rather than structure. HR professionals left the workshop tooled to be organisational architects!

We look forward to AHRI National Convention and Exhibition 2018!

 


DisruptHR Brisbane 2017 Recap

DisruptHR is changing the way Brisbane thinks about people management

For the very first time, DisruptHR arrived in Brisbane on July 26 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. The night was a dazzling, fast-paced event that had the room buzzing and thinking differently about HR. Sparking new ideas and creating fresh conversations amongst the attendees who included HR professionals, CEOs and other business leaders, it was a night to remember.

Designed to shake up the way we think about HR and people management, DisruptHR is a series of presenters, speaking for five minutes each, with slides rotating every 15 seconds. A fun, dynamic and agile exchange of ideas about people, culture and technology. The wide-ranging topics were intended to not only inform HR professionals and leaders, but empower, energise and challenge the way they think. The first DisruptHR event was held in September 2013 in Cincinnati, USA and has since left 94 cities around the globe excited and provoked into moving people management into the future – the Brisbane event was no different.

DisruptHR was proudly brought to Brisbane for the first time by intelliHR. “I had seen the event overseas and it was an incredible, inspiring event for me as an HR Practitioner looking for new ideas and thinking, not to mention entertaining,” says intelliHR CEO Rob Bromage. “intelliHR is proud to be championing fresh and innovative thinking about people management in our local community.”

The nine presenters for the Brisbane event were the best of the best and were carefully selected from a large group of enthusiastic applicants. The Disruptors included Petra Zink founder of impaCCCT; Dominic Wells consultant at LIW; Sonia McDonald CEO of Leadership HQ; Jarrod McGrath CEO of SmartWFM; Leanne Hughes; Therese Lardner of Mindset Coaching and Consulting; Lisa Grinham CEO of Good2Give; Sharon Howard of HR Business Partners and Glenn Donaldson from intelliHR. The diverse topics for the night included: “Why HR needs to Put on the Oxygen Mask”, “Desperately Seeking Emotional Vocabulary” and “Augmented Reality’s Effect on HR”.

At the conclusion of the presentations, Rob Bromage was pleased to donate the ticket proceeds from the evening to three charities: The Endeavour Foundation, The Mater Foundation and Centacare Brisbane, via online giving platform Good2Give.

After the presenters took the stage, attendees were given the chance to network and exchange their own ideas over drinks. The night got the city thinking in a new way and ready to agitate the status quo. Bring on DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0! For information about upcoming DisruptHR events, visit http://disrupthr.co/brisbane/.

Watch videos of DisruptHR Brisbane 2017 on Vimeo

 


Fuelling intelligent conversations at the HR Summit

intelliHR were delighted to take part and be one of the sponsors for The National HR Summit in Sydney, March 29-30, 2017. Held in the fabulous venue at the harbour city’s Luna Park, it was a great opportunity to meet and talk to HR professionals about the intelliHR platform and the future of people management.  

intellihr hr summitintelliHR fueled the event with our barista-made coffee cart on site, attracting caffeine-lovers from all corners of the summit. With cup in hand, it was the start of some interesting exchange of ideas at the ‘intelligent conversation station’. 

The conference featured interesting speakers and sessions that inspired delegates and revealed a fascinating new vision of people management.  

intelliHR is excited to attend and be part of the next National HR Summit.  

Information available at: www.hrsummit.com.au


Workshop Training Enquiry

Please fill our short form and one of our friendly Customer Success team members will contact you back.

X