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Last updated on August 14, 2019

Building better workplaces - September networking


Wednesday 18 September
Ulverstone Surf Life Saving Club
Lunch from 12.15 to 2 pm


Register here


Thursday 19 September
The Tramsheds Function Centre, Launceston
Breakfast from 7.00 to 8.45 am


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Join us to share ideas on building better workplaces. These events focus on learning from each other. Employer of Choice partners offer their expertise on a range of topics for small group discussions on strengths, challenges and opportunities. You’ll have the chance to choose three topics, join the conversations and network with purpose!

We’ll also be launching the 2020 Employer of Choice Awards!

Café conversations – 20 minutes with attendees rotating


Conversation leader

From accidental manager to intentional leader

Shoni Ellis,
Relationship Manager Tasmania,
Institute of Managers and Leaders

Training your staff – make the most of the investment

Stacey Joseph,
HR Business Partner,

Strategic selection – get the right people first time

Dr Simon Fishwick,
People Manage

Apprentices and trainees – support for success

Kim Taylor,
State Manager,
MAS National

Mentally healthy workplace - integrating personal and team plans

Linda Sheahan,
Workplace Engagement Manager,
Beyond Blue

Action learning exchange – come and try peer to peer learning

Genevieve Cother,
Business Action Learning Tasmania

Skilling your workforce for change

Julie Boulter,
Manager Tasmania,
Swinburne Professional

Strategic and sustainable wellbeing – “it’s the way we do things here”

Cameron Blight and Matt Richman,
Wellbeing Support,
Deptartment of Police, Fire and Emergency Management

Registrations close on Friday 13 September.

Employer of Choice partners provide a range of programs to help you build better workplaces and support your staff.

Health and Wellbeing

If you’re looking to implement some action on the health and wellbeing front, follow the lead of some of our EoCs and many organisations across Australia, check out the new look Ritualize. The app for individual users plus workplace reporting is free for Tasmanian workplaces. Details and register here

The Mind Games Race for Research 2019


Hobart – Friday 18 October

Does your organisation have what it takes to be The Mind Games Race for Research inaugural champions? Raise the red flag for mental health and register now.

Profits raised from The Mind Games 2019 will fund research into workplace mental health at the Menzies Institute for Medical Research. Participating businesses will get access to a range of resources to help promote positive mental health at work.

Fifty Tasmanian businesses will battle it out in an epic, action-packed event. Teams of five will tackle ten top-secret challenges designed to test general skills, creativity and team work. Registration is $2 500 for a team of five – register, full details and contact at www.themindgames.com.au


Visit the Employer of Choice Program Partner websites by clicking on the logos below:

Business Action Learning TasmaniaAHRI logoAIM logoMAS logoSwinburne University of Technology logoIML
TCCI logoWorkSafe Tasmania logoUTAS logo

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