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The Wild Child Story The AICD is holding a directors luncheon with Leanne Preston, Winner of the Telstra 2007 WA Business Woman of the Year and CEO and managing director of Wild Child, one of Australia’s successful natural-health companies. The event will be held on Thursday February 28 from 12pm until 2pm at The River Room, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Registration costs $90.20 for members and $108.25 for non-members. For more information please contact Laura Carroll on 9320 1700 or lcarroll@ companydirectors.com.au. Gen Y: Managing our emerging leaders The Australasian Management Centre will be holding an innovation breakfast forum titled Generation Ys: Managing our Emerging Leaders to provide information for CEOs, team leaders and HR managers about how managing emerging leaders has a direct impact on the productivity of the workplace. The event will be held on March 4 from 7.30am to 10am at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre. More information, Greg Kinnard on 040 9314 372 or greg@amcinnovation.com. CCI workplace relations member briefing The Rudd government’s Transition Bill sets out the timetabling and process for abolition of individual statutory agreements (Australian Workplace Agreements), their short-term replacement by Individual Transitional Employment Agreements and the longer term collective agreement making options. CCI is holding a business briefing to give insight into the Transition Bill and what it will mean for WA business on March 15 and 19 from 8.45am to 10.30am at the CCI function centre. Registration costs $44 members and $66 non-members. More information, 9365 7455 or functions@cciwa.com.

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