'A better future for all': Kerry O'Brien in conversation with Li Cunxin AO and Mary LiJoin Kerry O'Brien, in conversation with ballet power couple Li Cunxin AO and Mary Li to reveal the intertwined tales of this remarkable pair, reflected in their books Mao's Last Dancer and Mary's Last Dance. This in-conversation instalment will traverse each of their incredible careers, their success against the odds and Mary's heart-breaking decision to sacrifice her career for the love of their child.
PDN TAKE 30: HR Practice - The Challenges of Attraction and RetentionAll school leaders need an understanding of HR practices. Andrew Peach, Principal at Marsden State High School, was fortunate enough to complete his MBA with a focus on HR, which has helped to shape both his thinking and actions as a principal. In this interactive 30 minute session, Andrew will outline the Performance Management structure that guides Marsden SHS's HR practice along with the structure for program support developed for the school.
Lessons from 25 years of Suicidology at Griffith UniversityIn this virtual event, we will draw on 25 years of research at the Australian Institute for Research Suicide and Prevention (AISRAP) and the Queensland Suicide Register and our objective of preventing as many suicides as possible.
A better future for all - The state of storytelling: Kerry O'Brien in conversation with David Malouf, Melissa Lucashenko and Trent DaltonJoin us for the next 'A better future for all' conversation with Kerry O'Brien welcoming David Malouf, Melissa Lucashenko and Trent Dalton. Register now.
Monitor Deloitte Strategy WorkshopThis interactive strategy workshop for MBA and GCBA students and alumni will explore the methodology of "Structured Problem Solving'. A team of Monitor Deloitte Strategy Consultants will dive with you into the importance of a structured approach and discover with you how to frame a problem and develop issue trees, and how to effectively communicate the answer to the problem.
Griffith HDR Alumni Online Workshop, Regenerating our work-life landscape after burnoutOVER-TILLED - Regenerating our work-life landscape after burnout
It has been exhausting - the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home, working on solutions for pivoting to online work, home-schooling and an inability to plan effectively. Trying to maintain a strong passion for our organisations and industries, whilst juggling work-life balance with our families and our health has led to fatigue and burnout.