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DRIVE INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY
CHANGE IN YOUR ORGANISATION
Join AHRI’s Inclusion and Diversity Conference to hear about:
• Integrating inclusion and diversity into your organisation’s
culture and strategy
• Transforming traditional workplace attitudes.
Featuring Elizabeth Broderick, an influential Australian
champion for gender equality, inspiring both men and women
to be agents of change.
Sydney, 1 May 2017
ELIZABETH BRODERICK AO
Former Sex Discrimination
of the Male Champions
For executives, HR/OD/L&D
consultants and leaders
who want to increase
their effectiveness with
groups. A 2-day technical
and experiential workshop
on group dynamics and the
BE RECOGNISED FOR
YOUR HR ACHIEVEMENTS
If you or your organisation achieved outstanding HR work, AHRI
wants to hear from you. The AHRI Awards is a great opportunity
for HR professionals and organisations to gain recognition for
exceptional HR achievements. Applications are now open.
The awards judging panels are made up of widely recognised
leaders including Dave Ulrich, Quentin Bryce, Lynda Gratton
and Michael Kirby. For tips on applying for the AHRI Awards,
register for our free webinar on 21 March from 1 to 2pm AEDST.
From AHRI Practising
Certification Program to MBA
AHRI has secured pathways for AHRI
Practising Certification Program
graduates to earn credits towards
non- HR streamed MBAs with selected
university partners. This gives APC
Program graduates the opportunity to
acquire skills above and beyond HR by
pursuing business degree MBAs.
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT
All professional AHRI members will be
invited to vote for the candidates in their
local AHRI State Council this month. You
will receive an email with information
about the nominees, and how you can
vote online or via mail. Voting opens on
Tuesday 14 March, and closes on Monday
27 March 2017 at 5pm (AEDST).
AHRI/CPA JOINT ETHICS
AHRI’s first joint research
collaboration with CPA
Australia resulted in a recent
survey on ethical behaviour in
the workplace. More than 900 responses
from members of both professional bodies
were received. Our thanks to AHRI members
who took part.
Early analysis show that members of the
two professions have very similar views
on ethical behaviour and we look for ward
to sharing detailed findings with members
once analysis of the results is finalised.
The CPA-AHRI research partnership
is continuing and a number of possible
projects are on the table for future studies.
Topics include member-based research on
Calling all HR bloggers
Are you an experienced blogger about all
things HR, active on social media and an
AHRI member? If so, AHRI invites you to
attend and blog about Australia’s biggest
HR event of the year – the AHRI National
Convention and Exhibition taking place in
Sydney from 21 to 24 August 2017.
You will get a complimentary one-day
convention blogger pass in exchange for
to write six articles
in the lead up
to and after the
blogs will be
published on the
AHRI National Convention and Exhibition
website, social media and HRMonline.
Interested? Email your contact details, CV,
and a published article or writing sample to
ahri.com.au/national-convention for blog guidelines.
AHRI:ASSIST TOP 5 MOST
VISITED TOPICS IN DECEMBER
Available exclusively to members,
AHRI:ASSIST is an online resource
centre for HR guidelines,
checklists, templates and more.
Recruitment and Selection
Exiting the Organisation
Learning and Development
HR Strategies and Planning
WELCOME NEW AHRI
• AUSTRALIAN TRANSACTION REPORTS &
ANALYSIS CENTRE (AUSTRAC)
• BSI GROUP AUSTRALIA & NZ PTY LTD
• COCA-COLA SOUTH PACIFIC
• CORPLEX PTY LTD
• INTEGRAL DIAGNOSTICS PTY LTD
• NETCOMM WIRELESS LIMITED
• STODDART GROUP PTY LTD
• UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Get on board as an AHRI
AHRI State Conferences Registrations Open
Gain insights on innovation psychology
and human capital management at the
AHRI State Conferences this month.
Dr Amantha Imber, founder of award-
winning management consultancy
Inventium, will share the latest scientific
findings about the real drivers behind
inventive and disruptive thinking. Ms
Sylvia Vorhauser-Smith, Senior Vice
President of PageUp, leads the PageUp
Talent Lab, and will talk about her latest
book Cliffhanger: HR on the precipice in
the future of work.
Register now for the AHRI State
Conferences in Darwin (28 March) or
Perth (30 March).
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