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+61 3 9502 0554

 

Email

office@globalpartnerships.com.au 

 

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Level 6, 350 Collins Street

Melbourne VIC 3000

 

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Business in the Board Room Luncheons

 

The team at Global Partnerships are proud to host quarterly Business in the Boardroom events.

 

These events, which are usually held in Australia, bring together industry professionals and experts who are exclusively invited to join us for a round table discussion led by the featured ‘guest speaker’ – a carefully selected speaker and trusted adviser, who shares key insights and observations.

 

 

Some of our most recent guest speakers include: 

  • Symon Brewis-Weston| CEO, Sovereign (now CEO, FlexiGroup)
  • Peter Wilson AM, | Chairman of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI)
  • Sonya Clancy | Executive General Manager Human Resources, Equity Trustees Limited

 

Global Partnerships’ Business in the Boardroom luncheons are a fantastic opportunity to broaden your professional network.

 

 

 

 

Global Partnerships’ Business in the Boardroom luncheons are a fantastic opportunity to broaden your professional network, by sharing a meal (and perhaps a glass of wine!) whilst engaging with thought leaders who are experts in their field.

 

Presentations

Lynda Petrovski and Alison Budgen participated in APS 11th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference in 2015.

They presented on: "The Art of Recruiting an Outstanding Leader Globally"

 

Lynda Petrovski and Alison Budgen conducted a 90-minute workshop whereby participants obtained a deep understanding of the essential factors when embarking on a Global Executive Search Process.

 

This 90-minute workshop provided participants with a deep understanding of the essential factors when embarking on a Global Executive Search process.

 

 

 

Approach: The workshop explored a range of issues including: the importance of securing an accurate brief, working in partnership with key stakeholders, market mapping research versus social media, factors unique to the Australian context when considering hiring local versus global talent, remuneration issues to consider when attracting "C" Suit leaders, combined with the importance of evidence based recruiting versus 'gut feel'.  We also explored the value of psychometic tools in assessing cultural suitability and succession planning, considerations pertaining to diversity and how to navigate through the negotiations process to secure a final offer.

 

 

 

Outcomes: Feedback obtained from audience participants was positive and Lynda Petrovski and Alison Budgen, felt that our workshop was well received by HR Professionals, Independent Consultants and Organisational Psychologists combined with Senior Managers working within recruitment and talent acquisition roles.

 

 We welcome any enquiries about our ability to identify "Outstanding Leaders Globally"