Please view the map to see how best to access the venue.
There are a range of free parking options located on Fulham Road and Diprose Street, including some undercover parking beside the Mater Conference Centre.
Entrance to the undercover parking is located on Diprose Street (please park in the vacant bays labelled as Visitor Parking).
QLD Townsville Network
It has been more than six months since the onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic and it would be safe to say that 2020 did not go as planned for many organisations.
The impacts of COVID-19 have been felt far and wide across industries; and has forced organisations to quickly adapt in this unexpected crisis.
Our final forum for 2020 gives us the chance to reflect collectively on what 2020 was like for us and our organisations.
A small panel of HR leaders from across Townsville will share their reflections of the year, as well as their outlook for 2021 and beyond.
Please join us for an open discussion with plenty of Q&A. Seats are limited, and breakfast will be provided. Please registered ASAP to secure your spot.
This forum is suitable for:
HR Practitioners in all career levels and roles.
Speaker: Raelene Eves, Director of People & Culture, Mater Health
Raelene has significant experience in HR Executive and senior leadership roles which she has developed across four sectors over 25 years.
Raelene’s focus has been on supporting business sustainability, deliverables and consumer outcomes through a HR response across workforce capability and capacity, staff engagement and culture.
Raelene is a Fellow of AHRI and holds a Graduate Certificate in Legal Studies (Workplace relations) and a Graduate Diploma in management. She has recently returned to study to finally complete her MBA, all while balancing a career, family including two teenagers.
Speaker: Chrystie Watson, Leadership & Professional Development Specialist
Chrystie applies progressive leadership practices including distributed leadership and leadership-as-practice to assist her clients to develop leadership capabilities that will serve them well in a rapidly changing professional environment. Chrystie has achieved an impressive list of qualifications, many of which were completed while working full time and raising two children as a single parent. Chrystie is the founder of Learn Leadership, a business that works with individuals, teams and organisations to development leadership capabilities, and Learn Global Pty Ltd, an online learning platform partnering with experts to deliver online learning experiences for their clients. Chrystie was previously the Manager of College Operations at James Cook University’s College of Business, Law & Governance, working across campuses in Townsville, Cairns, Brisbane and Singapore. She has held a Non-Executive Director role on the Board of Tec-NQ and was Chair of Tec-NQ’s Finance, Audit and Risk Committee. Chrystie was the Inaugural Chair of the Professional Managers Network of the Australian Business Deans Council, bringing together the managers of business schools across Australia and connecting to the network’s counterpart in the UK. She has extensive experience in management and leadership roles, particularly in the education sector, and now embarks on a PhD exploring progressive leadership practices within organisations, while building on her writing and entrepreneurial career goals.
Throughout her career so far, Chrystie has helped people to find the space, focus and discipline to progress toward their development goals. Chrystie’s insights and wisdom help people develop approaches that will better position them to achieve their goals.
Speaker: Kim Carlyon, General Manager, Learning Partnerships
Kim is a senior business management professional with a tenacious ability to shape and execute strategy, collaborate, and champion teams to achieve business visions and objectives and is passionate about driving positive organisational change, continuous improvement, delivery excellence, nurturing relationships and high-performing individuals or teams.
At Learning Partnerships, Kim is responsible for operations and human resource management. Kim has 20 years corporate and small business experience in strategic leadership, operational management, change management, program management and project management. With a passion for positive organisational change, social responsibility and establishing high-performance cultures. Kims qualifications include Bachelor of Business (Human Resources), Diploma of Human Resources Management, Diploma of Project Management, Diploma of Leadership and Management, Diploma of Business, Diploma of Business Administration, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, PRINCE2® Project Management Practitioner, MAHRI Professional Member Australian HR Institute (AHRI).
Registration closes: Tuesday 8 December 2020 at 12pm.
Enquiries: email the AHRI CPD Events Team or phone 03 9918 9243
Online help: Please see the AHRI CPD Events FAQs
Terms & Conditions: By registering to attend this AHRI event you agree to the Terms & Conditions