Brisbane Fishbowl

When: Wednesday 21 March 2018
8am – 10am

Where:

TAFE Queensland campus

66 Ernest St, South Brisbane

For more details on the venue click here.

What: We have brought together a panel of nationally and internationally recognised experts, who are ready to share their stories and years of experience by inviting the audience to participate in a unique Fishbowl format discussion. You will enjoy a selection of healthy and contemporary buffet style breakfast options as you network and connect with like-minded participants. The cost is $65.00 pp, with breakfast included.

The panel:

Michelle Martin is Telstra's Business Management, Operations an Governance Lead.

Michelle is responsible for the operations and delivery service of the Telstra Learning function, including commercial and financial management, planning and reporting, execution of the Learning governance which review and approve Learning investment and priorities, and oversee key learning projects and initiatives aligned with the Telstra Strategy to lift capability and business performance in Telstra.

She is passionate about helping people grow and achieve their full potential, and supporting companies achieve business outcomes through the capability of their people.
Nigel Paine has been involved in corporate learning for over 20 years. He has produced learning software, and award-winning multi-media materials, and has offered development and support to public and private sector companies large and small.

As head of the BBC's learning and development operation he led the creation of a brand new on-boarding programme, a comprehensive leadership scheme for over 6,000 staff, and a state-of-the-art informal learning and knowledge sharing network.

He is the author of the "The Learning Challenge" and "Building Leadership Development Programmes that Work."
Naomi Waldron has over a decade's experience in learning design for adults, working for clients across corporate, government, education and not-for-profit sectors.

She enjoys designing the kinds of learning experiences which help people to change their behaviours, and typically these are technology-mediated.

Her goal is to further help people thrive in the changing nature of work.
Rosie Cairnes is Regional Director, Australia and New Zealand at Skillsoft Asia Pacific.

Rosie leads the business development function for the region working to solving organisational challenges and problems though technology-deployed learning solutions.

With more than 23 years’ experience working with both national and global organisations across a wide variety of industry sectors and Government agencies, Rosie specialises in online learning and performance support solutions.

She has a passion for the importance of measuring learning impact on the organisation and the value of a quality, contemporary learning experience for the learner.
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