Check in time – 12.00 pm
Session start – 12.15 pm
Session finish – 2.00 pm
HR Ideas Worth Spreading
AHRI Tas State Council is delivering to Northern Tasmania with another excellent network forum in 2019. Building on from our ‘Driving Forces of Organisational Change’ forum in April, this forum is titled ‘HR Ideas Worth Spreading’.
Two HR professionals will share their expertise in a presentation format facilitated by Cameron Scott (AHRI Tas, Vice-President). The presentations will follow with a Q&A session and networking opportunity with like-minded professionals.
Our speakers will each be speaking on the below topics:
Jaime Foskett: Making Recruitment Enjoyable with ‘Getting to Know You Sessions’
Sally-Ann Philpott: ‘Unlocking Performance Management with practical insights’
The session is a free event with light lunch and drinks provided and generously sponsored by Hays Recruitment.
Speaker: Jaime Foskett, Senior HR Advisor, Li-Ve Tasmania
Jaime is the Senior HR Advisor and a member of the leadership team at Li-Ve Tasmania. The state’s second largest disability service provider, Li-Ve Tas offers a range of person-centred supports to over 200 people with disability. With a workforce of almost 400, there are a lot of people in the Li Ve Tasmania family.
Jaime is responsible for the end-to-end employee lifecycle, workers compensation, performance management, learning and development, reward and recognition, and employee engagement initiatives.
Having worked as an HR professional for almost a decade, Jaime brings to his role frontline experience across the hospitality, airline, financial services and casino resort sectors.
Jaime is passionate about maximising resources, delivering genuine customer service and being truly customer-centric. He believes providing positive staff and customer experiences ultimately generate financial success.
Speaker: Sally-Ann Philpott, HR Manager, Tasmanian Alkaloids
Sally-Ann has over 20 years’ experience in HR, in both generalist and specialist roles, previously in the Gaming and Hospitality industry with Federal Group and now as the HR Manager for Tasmanian Alkaloids. Her time in operations and management roles positioned her well for understanding and balancing the needs of a business in order to successfully implement HR initiatives.
She has a passion for coaching and leadership development, a keen interest in neuroscience and how this can be related to behaviours in the workplace. Sally-Ann has completed a Cert IV and Advanced Diploma in HR Management.
You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.
Registration closes Monday 19 August 2019
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