Caryn Walsh

Tue, Oct 9 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Empowering Women in the Workplace
It's 2018 but Australian women still face many challenges juggling the stresses of work and life. The stats tell us women are still under represented in business leadership and the gender pay gap has actually widened, so what can individuals and organisations do? Unpacking the topic of women in the workforce is not a topic that can be covered without also discussing the impact of serious issues such as domestic violence, bullying and harassment. Caryn Walsh from Pure Magic International Business Solutions presents the latest research and answers questions around tokenism, the effectiveness of quotas, who the workplace bullies are, and practical tips for women looking to live more empowered lives.
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WSPD Panellists

Tue, Sep 11 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Suicide Prevention at Work: Why we need workplaces where people feel safe to talk about suicide
Suicide Prevention Week Presenters: Nieves Murray, Mark Leopold, Chris Lockwood and Kevin Figueiredo - 10 September is World Suicide Prevention Day and 13 September is R U OK? Day in Australia. Whether you are a health professional, workplace manager, community member or an individual, everyone has a role to play in working together to prevent suicide and supporting each other to live well. Join our panel of experts as they walk you through the services available to help ourselves and others, as well as conversation tools and tips for when someone admits to you that they are not OK. Asking R U OK? needs to be every day and, when that conversation gets too big for us to handle alone, we all need to be equipped with the tools and knowledge to get to that next level of support. At the end of this session you will be better informed as to how have those difficult conversations as well as how to navigate the numerous support avenues available to us in Australia.
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Hunter Leonard

Tue, Aug 14 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

8 steps for mature age business success
Presenter: Hunter Leonard - Mature Individuals make good business owners. When they do start businesses, they make more revenue and more profit than average. In Australia, we are wasting the experience of this age group (40+) with high redundancy rates and long re-employment times. 27% suffer some form of ageism. As a result, around 20-30% of this group decide to start their own business, but often don’t know where to start.
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Caryn Walsh

Tue, Jul 31 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Buff ‘em, Polish ‘em, Shine ‘em: Why Generation Y are like Diamonds to your Team.
Leading and working with the different generations in modern day Organisations pose various problems, with the most common being how to get these Generations to really work well together? Much easier said than done.
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Melita Valcich

Tue, Jul 10 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Personal and Professional Brand. Is there a difference?
Presenter: Melita Valcich - How your personal brand is affecting your career progression. Is it really fair to be overlooked because of what you did years ago? Understanding that branding is more than just your logo. How to utilise your brand to grow your business, retain your customers and motivate your employees.
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Redback Experts

Tue, Jun 12 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Is this relationship worth saving?
Presenters: Cassandra Phu, Michael Harris, Miranda Walker and Michael Bunker Have you started your digital event program, yet haven’t got the results you’re after? Are you struggling with the tasks of implementing your digital events yet haven’t considered the overall strategy? Ever compared this to your dysfunctional relationship? For the first time ever, Redback is giving you complete access to our specialists that have connected over 5 million users across Australia. They’ve fuelled success for a huge range of clientele and want to help you out as well!
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Harry Rigney

Tue, May 15 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Tax Risk Governance for the Third Sector
Presenter: Harry Rigney. Your role with tax responsibility in not for profit organisation carries accountability under Australia's tax regimes: Commonwealth and State. Responsible representatives of not for profit organisations must know how to maintain a tax safety net. This Webcast brings you up-to-date with tax responsibilities for not for profit organisations and builds your competencies to check and repair – where may be necessary – your tax safety net.
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Rick Gilmore

Tue, Apr 24 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

How to Influence with Impact… In Spite of Resistance
Would you agree the competition for people’s attention has never been fiercer? Would you agree while some government officers are communicating their message convincingly, others are experiencing many stops, starts and stumbles? Maybe you want to influence an executive, a stakeholder, or a peer in the pub… Maybe you want to overcome nay sayers in the corridor, online or in the meeting room… Maybe you want to stop being immobilised and marginalised… Maybe you simply just want people to appreciate the true value of what you’re trying to do for them. Whether they’re the same as you, or different to you… Whether they like you, or loathe you… If you want to influence with impact… in spite of pushback and objections, this webcast is for you.
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Catherine Hollyman

Tue, Apr 10 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Using Effective Communication to Create High-Performing Teams
Presenter: Catherine Hollyman. Teams come in all shapes and sizes but they all have one thing in common: their success fundamentally relies on effective communication. Without it, the team leader risks losing time, money, resources, employees, customers, and even their reputation as an effective leader.
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Sandi Givens

Tue, Mar 13 2018, 11:00 AM AEDT

Find Your Courageous Voice - For Businesswomen
Presenter: Sandi Givens. We’ve all heard the statistics detailing how poorly represented women are on Boards and in senior positions within organisations. Of course, there are many factors that contribute to this … And one of them is the fact that women can tend to have a skewed definition of assertiveness. Believing (falsely) that assertiveness is some sort of ‘blend’ of being aggressive and being submissive, they are often fearful of being seen as ‘pushy’, ‘aggressive’ or ‘trying to be like a man’.
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