31st May - May 2018
How are you achieving business goals?
The Institute of Managers and Leaders Capricornia regional Advisory Committee invites you to their next TEL Talk: Regional Growth – Lead to Succeed.
Join them at their breakfast workshop providing essential information on building your business strategy and culture through effective management and implementation of Work Health & Safety, Human Resources, Industrial Relations and legal building blocks into your business.
Their speakers will share their personal industry-based experiences and help you to kickstart your management journey. This interactive and informative session is a great opportunity to connect with regional business people who can help your business grow.
Barbara Miller, Director People and Culture, CQUniversity
Holding executive HR roles since 2007, Barbara has significant experience with change management, leadership development, organisational capability and strategic HR Management. Frequently told she is not a “typical HR Manager”, Barbara’s main goal is to ensure the best outcome for the organisation and its staff even if it means doing without the inevitable forms that HR professionals love so much.
Simon Lever, Managing Director, Cross Asia Pacific
Simon is a senior executive with international HSE and risk management experience. Experienced as a leader in multi-layered operations, projects, engineering and business processes, Simon has a proven track record getting the job done safely, on time and taking others on the journey.
John Lamb, Managing Director, John Lamb Workplace Relations Consulting
John has been involved in the provision of advice in the area of Industrial/Workplace Relations and Human Resource Management advice for over 30 years. He is currently Managing Director of his own successful Workplace Relations Consultancy business.
Cost: Member $35, Non-members $45
Time and Date: 7:00am – 8:30am, Thursday, 31st May 2018
Venue: Frenchville Sports Club, 105 Clifton St, North Rockhampton
7th Jun - 28th Jun 2018
Government Subsidised Programs (Rockhampton) – Find out if you are Eligible
Are you a small business, looking for practical advice from someone in the know? Do you find yourself needing a little extra help to make the most of your enterprise? Then Small Business Solutions is the place for you. With time constraints and so many areas of your business to manage and operate, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and feel the need to ask for help along the way. Small Business Solutions is developed specifically to help those in smaller set ups who want tried and tested solutions to their business issues.
Small Business Solutions is an award-winning Queensland Smart State initiative designed with small businesses, micro businesses and home-based businesses in mind. As we are government subsidised, seeking support from Small Business Solutions is an affordable way to get great results. We will be running a variety of workshops in Rockhampton over the coming months. There is an eligibility criteria around the SBS programs. To find out if you are eligible, click here An SBS representative will be in touch to let you know what programs you are eligible for.
VENUE: To be confirmed
Workshop dates for June are as follows:
7th June 2018 (9am – 12pm) face to face
14th June (10:30am – 12pm) webinar
21st June (10:30am – 12pm) webinar
28th June (9am – 3pm) face to face
21st Jun - Jun 2018
Rockhampton Innovative Networking Group (RING) invites you to participate in the next Communication to Careers (C2C) event which links Year 12 students with business representatives to help build the students’ confidence and communication skills. This is helpful for when they gain an interview with a potential employer.
Help students: improve their interview skills, expand their professional network, create a path to their future!
What is Communication 2 Careers?
A conversation is the act of communication between 2 or more individuals.
Communication 2 Careers is a RING initiated event where students get to meet local business people and expand their business networks while improving their communication skills with short interview like conversations.
The Conversations may cover the students plans on leaving school, resume tips, career advice and further education/training they may benefit from. Research has indicated that students who can recall having four or more career conversations are five times more likely to be working or in further education.
Business representatives who have attended C2C events have used the opportunity to recruit staff. The purpose however is to provide the students with the opportunity to practice their face to face communication skills to better prepare them for future job interviews. C2C business attendees have commented on the calibre of the students and their enthusiasm to contribute in the workforce.
If you are interested in hosting a Communication 2 Careers event for your students, or would like to participate in the next C2C event, click here to register your interest!