Side street and secure parking nearby.
Check in time – 5:45 pm
Session start – 6:00 pm
Session finish – 7:30 pm
The benefits of mentoring are many; from an increase in self-confidence, learning how to take control of your career, being able to visualise the end goal, improving interpersonal skills and building relationships, to name a few.
The AHRI SA Emerging HR Professionals Network Committee invites you to our annual Speed Mentoring event. This event provides the opportunity for Human Resource (HR) students, graduates and those new to the HR profession to meet and gain valuable insights from highly reputable HR professionals.
Attendees will get the chance to sit down with a mentor in small groups for 8 to 10 minutes before moving on to the next mentor. The mentors that will be a part of the event have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share from a wide variety of backgrounds within the HR profession. This event will give people new to HR the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals, ask questions and get some advice from people who have been there and worked their way up in their careers. A highlight of the Emerging HR Professional Network calendar!
Speaker: Carolyn Sutherland, Principal HR Business Partner, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
Carolyn has a wealth of experience in the South Australian Public Sector. She has worked in a variety of HR related roles. Currently she is employed as a Principal HR Business Partner within the Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SA Health.
Speaker: Craig Fry, HR Business Partner, Electrolux
Craig is a HR professional with over 20 years’ experience. Holding a Bachelor of Management from the University of South Australia and has worked for several organisation’s (both Australian and Global) across many industries including; Manufacturing, Defence, Telecommunications, Oil and Gas.
With broad experience and knowledge across many disciplines of HR Management, Craig’s roles have been operational. With a preference to work as a HR generalist, key areas of HRM include Industrial Relations, Leadership and Team Development, OH&S, talent management, organisational culture and training.
Speaker: Kirsty Parkin, Senior Consultant, HR Partners
Kirsty has been working in Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development and Generalist HR now for more years than she cares to admit. A huge part of her career has involved creating career pathways for young people, and developing strategic programs within companies to facilitate graduate employment and career progression. Kirsty has started, built and sold her own recruitment firm, and spent a number of years creating educational programs within the creative industries before she was asked by HR Partners to work with them to open their Adelaide office in early 2019.
Speaker: Bakhita Southcott, Head of People and Culture, Emali Early Learning
Bakhita has worked as a Human Resources professional and trainer for the last 9 years. Graduating from Adelaide University with a Bachelors in Medical Science (Hons) and UniSA with a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management, Bakhita has experience working across several industries including manufacturing, RTOs, automotive dealerships, aquaculture, local government and currently within the Childcare and Early Learning sector. She is also a trained mediator through the LEADR institute.
Throughout her career Bakhita has championed the role of Human Resources to develop and coach frontline leadership programs that support the transformative development of managers, through the creation of inclusive growth mindset cultures. As a passionate advocate for diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces Bakhita has spent her time researching and learning the key drivers of human behaviour and the important role that conflict management plays in achieving strategic workplace outcomes. Recently Bakhita has focused on the role of neuroscience and the important part it plays in organisational development and change management.
Bakhita is also an advocate of David Rock’s Neuroleadership and his SCARF model that uses an evidence-based approach to explain how social experiences drive human behaviour and interactions within the workplace.
You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.
Registration closes Monday 4 November 2019
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