6 December 2016 to 8 December 2016
Novotel Sydney Central

Rostering, scheduling and managing a workforce is, ultimately, about cost. Workforce costs account for almost 70 per cent of a business’ overall expenses. Managing these expenses effectively is a top priority for every business and there are a number of ways workforce costs can grow. Operational inefficiency and a lack of productivity are both key risks.Read more
6 December 2016 to 8 December 2016
Novotel Sydney Central

One in two Australians will at some point in their life experience mental health issues. Employers are increasingly seeing more and more work claims relating to their staffs' mental health and it's costing Australian businesses a staggering $10 billion per year.

There is a big price tag to pay when employers ignore and fail to manage mental health conditions in the workplace. Not only will employers experience high cost because of work claims, they stand to lose billions more from the loss of productivity and absenteeism.Read more
6 December 2016
Nordmeyer Lecture Theatre | University of Otago, Wellington | 23a Mein Street, Newtown

Dean’s Open Lecture Series 2016 - Professor Sir David Skegg - Politics and Public Health

What do we mean by the word ‘health’? To what extent do New Zealanders enjoy good health?

From 1992 to 1995 David Skegg chaired a Public Health Commission, and in this talk, he will discuss why we have not made more progress over the last two decades.

All welcome.Read more
7 December 2016
Whitlam Institute

The 4 Corners expose of Don Dale and the death in custody of Ms Dhu have rocked us – but as we all know, the issues go far beyond these two examples. The broader story of Aboriginal incarceration across the nation is largely known. Indigenous Australians make up 27% of the national prison population – a statistic that has almost doubled from 14% at the time of the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Almost 79% of Indigenous Australians in custody have been in prison before.Read more
9 December 2016
The Wheeler Centre, 176 Lt Lonsdale St

Writing is critical to persuade people to do something. Change legislation. Inspire local action. Grant funds. Win a client. Support your cause. Or just get a meeting so you can outline your argument in person. It doesn’t matter who you’re trying to persuade or what format you’re using to convince them. In this half-day workshop, use real examples and your own work to identify and practise the key elements of persuasive writing needed to convince the reader.Read more
1 February 2017 to 2 February 2017
Novotel Canberra

The Leading Forum on Change Management within the Australian Public Sector

And Now for Something Completely Different
Change Management for the Australian Public Sector 2017
Leaders Forum
One Day Connected Interactive Forum
plus Two Post-Forum Half Day Working Modules
1-2 February 2017, Novotel Sydney Central

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6 February 2017 to 10 February 2017
Rydges World Square

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the NSW Policy Officers' Conference 2017, the premier opportunity for policy practitioners to refresh their toolkit and develop the key skills necessary to operate effectively in a complex and constantly evolving policy environment.Read more
13 February 2017 to 15 February 2017
Pan Pacific

The mental health crisis among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia continues to get worse.

It is estimated that 95% of the Indigenous population have an experience with suicide1, with the Kimberley region having the highest suicide rates in the world2.Read more
13 February 2017 to 17 February 2017
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

Liquid Learning is proud to present The 9th National Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit 2017. 

In recent years there has been a significant drive towards achieving equilibrium at the top levels and while progress has been made, there is still a long way to go. Aspiring leaders looking to step up in higher education need to thoroughly prepare themselves on a personal and professional level for promotion. It is essential to develop a robust leadership skill set and maintain a focus on seizing career opportunities as they arise.Read more
13 February 2017 to 15 February 2017
Pullman Hyde Park

With change occurring at all levels of the public sector, Executive and Personal Assistants are facing the demands of a growing workload and the need for a diverse skill set. EAs and PAs play a crucial role in the success of their executives and their role has the potential to lead to higher positions within the company. 

Back and bigger than ever, this event brings together 30+ expert speakers including two world-class international keynotes:Read more