Session Start: 6:00pm
Event Concludes: 7:30pm
Many experienced professionals talk about the value having a mentor can add to an emerging HR professional's development. With the next intake of the AHRI Mentoring program not too far away, come along to the next emerging professionals event to taste what mentoring may be able to do for your career.
What is speed mentoring?
The concept is similar to speed dating, groups of mentees spend time with a mentor from the HR Industry. During this time, you'll have the opportunity to ask any questions you like and benefit from the mentor’s skills and experience. You will spend time with a number of our mentors and have the opportunity to speak with a variety of professionals with different skills and experience.
Don’t miss this great opportunity!
Meet our Mentors
Tali has a passion for aligning business strategy with people strategy to create and sustain organisational capability that delivers results. In her current role of Manager, OD Programs & Talent Management, EA & A/NZ, Tali leads regional level projects focused on Employee Engagement, Talent Management, Employee & Leadership Development, Inclusion & Diversity, all underpinned by change management practices.
Prior to this, she was the Melbourne HR Manager at Thomson Geer, a Top 7 independent Australian law firm, working closely with the Partners and Practitioners of the Firm to implement HR best practice.
Before joining Thomson Geer, Tali worked at Eaton as the A/NZ HR Manager, leading a range of HR initiatives including Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion and Employee Development.
Tali holds a Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Monash University and Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Commerce from the University of Melbourne. Tali is a certified HR practitioner and a Councilor of the Australian HR Institute Victorian Council.
Tali is also actively developing the next generation of HR professionals as a Mentor in both the Australian HR Institute’s and Females in Technology and Telecommunications Mentoring Programs.
Brett is an internationally experienced HR Director, who has led HR strategy & organisational change in regional and multinational businesses, transformed HR delivery through adoption of digital and automated solutions (eg: Workday, ServiceNow) and won national awards for talent development programs in both the UK and Australia. He is a seasoned generalist HR practitioner who brings an in-depth understanding of organisational change & transformation, culture management, and talent approaches to his work.
Brett’s experience includes commercially aligned HR delivery in Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and his work history includes roles at MLC, BHP Billiton, National Australia Bank, Pacific Brands, GE Finance and Bupa, most recently as Head of HR for the recently recapitalised Slater & Gordon law firm.
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Registration closes Tuesday 7 May 2019
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