Researched and developed with the assistance of Community of Change Professionals NSW, this interactive forum will be a networking event where you will get the chance to develop your change management skills and hear innovative case studies of how other public sector firms are successfully driving change in their organisations. You will hear about what works, what doesn’t and how you can ensure your organisation is ready for the next major change.
Once you make the commitment, you need to constantly work on it, accommodate for changes, discuss your problems and improve your intranet if possible…but if it doesn’t seem to be working, what do you do?
“Social Equity” sounds like an important and worthwhile concept, but it can mean very different things to different people. The concept has policy and financial aspects to it, but it can be used more broadly – for example, there are often calls for equity in education, health and urban and regional planning. The concept encompasses policies and practices that go beyond simply treating people equally. Treating people in an equitable way requires taking into account their individual needs.
New tools and technologies of the 21st Century librarian
Leveraging technology to sustain libraries as knowledge centres
Two day study group through interactive workshops and half day forum
2–3 April 2014, The Sebel Surry Hills, Australia http://www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/Events-E079Library.htm
A unique and highly effective format that will explore Libraries and the Future - A Hands On Guide
Don’t miss your chance to hear from Australia’s best government representatives!
Government departments and agencies across Australia are the guardians of a wealth of data, providing insight into a wide range of areas. Recognising this data as a strategic asset, it is essential to maximise their benefit, through integrating and sharing data for analysis.
This conference will give you the tools to maximise your data:
Missioncraft is the art and science of preparing and conducting field operations. This 1-week intensive workshop presents best practices for health personnel in international disaster relief operations. The workshop is offered to selected medical and public health professionals who deploy to disasters as full-time, field-based, hands-on providers. The workshop aims to enhance skill sets required in leadership roles such as organisational team leader or medical co-ordinator. It is designed for experienced professionals in pursuit of mastery, and is not intended for medical tourists.