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What successful organisations look for from their HR people

The Australian Institute of Management is holding a professional development and network sundowner on the above topic, October 31 at the AIM Leadership Centre in Floreat. With workplaces changing dramatically over the past decade and with this trend set to continue, the demands and challenges facing human resource people is likely to increase. Questions to be raised at this seminar include: what are these demands? is there a future role for the HR professional? and what ‘skills set’ will be required of HR people to meet these future challenges? The two guest speakers for this event are: •Bruce McCowan – managing director people resourcing strategies, Gerard Daniels; and •Michele Dolin – CEO and board member of the Government Superannuation Employees Superannuation Board (GESB). AIM is also holding a sundowner with a panel of presenters to discuss strategic management issues facing WA in 2007 and beyond, November 8 at the AIM Leadership Centre. The panellist at this event will consist of: •Professor Geoffrey Soutar – director, Graduate School of Management at the University of WA; •David Parker – director policy and external relations, Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA; and •Stephen Moir – managing director, Small Business Development Corporation. These three professionals will discuss the key issues they believe will be the major challenges facing businesses in WA next year and in the future. Registrations for either of these events costs $33 for professional members, $55 for associate graduates and $66 for affiliate members and guests. For more information contact AIM on 9383 8000 or email services@aimwa.com.

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