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QLD Emerging HR Professionals Network Forum
This year has turned the HR industry upside down, and now questions are being raised about how best to prepare for 2021 and beyond.
In this session, we will facilitate discussions on how to future-proof your early HR careers. You will come away with better insights into:
How HR practitioners are adapting to an ever-changing work landscape
What HR skills are in demand and which ones will not survive in the future
Practical tips on how to set yourself apart when securing your next HR career
Join us for an interactive panel session with various industry professionals and learn how you can leverage your career resilience.
This forum is suitable for:
Emerging HR professionals who have a strong interest in solidifying their HR future.
Speaker: Danielle Van Velthuizen, Partner, HSE and HR for Queensland at U&U Recruitment
Danielle Van Velthuizen, Partner HR and HSE at u&u Recruitment Partners has over 15 years’ experience working within recruitment and internal HR roles, both in Australia and in the UK. Danielle has been with u&u for almost 8 years and has focussed recruiting for junior to mid-level HR professionals across all industries in the QLD Market.
Speaker: Megan Jones, Resourcer, HSE and HR for Queensland at U&U Recruitment
As a Resourcer in the Human Resources & HSE practice, Megan assists with the selection and engagement of candidates across the HR and Health & Safety space. Megan concentrates on research and recruitment of highly-skilled specialists and generalists for contract and permanent opportunities across the HSE & HR market in Queensland.
Speaker: Amy Rein, Head of Human Resources at QBiotics Group Limited
Amy Rein is the Head of Human Resources for QBiotics Group Limited, a life sciences company based in Queensland. Starting her career in finance roles, Amy has spent the last decade in HR and has worked in various industries including hospitality and oil & gas. Amy completed the AHRI Practicing Certification in 2019 and has since become an AHRI QLD State Councillor and a committee member for the Cairns AHRI Network.
Speaker: Nadia Golenkova, Learning and Development Manager at Tradelink
After 14 years in generalist and specialist HRM roles, and with postgraduate qualifications in business, Nadia’s strength is contextualising people and capability development as part of a commercial strategy. Currently, as the national L&D Manager for Tradelink, Nadia is focused on driving organisational resilience, performance, and growth by building learning cultures. Nadia also serves on the Queensland AHRI State Council, lectures with QUT, and regularly volunteers her time as a mentor for emerging HR professionals.
Registration closes Wednesday 25 November 2020
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