Stagnate or Bloom – the politics of progression

Have you ever wondered how some people seem to progress ever upward in an organisation, while other strong performers can stagnate in the same role for years? It’s time to hold up a mirror to yourself and understand how a proactive approach to personal success and development can provide the answer to this question.

Drawing on extensive personal experience in operational business, Rachael Davis, VP Marketing for Incitec Pivot Fertilisers, will share some thought provoking approaches to taking control of your destiny – including the key steps to negotiating and influencing your way to personal success, while avoiding power politics.

Limited places so book early!

Learning theme:    Negotiating and Influencing

Date:     Wednesday 5th April, 2017

Time:     2:00 – 4:00 pm

Host:     Incitec Pivot Limited

Venue:  282 Paringa Road Gibson Island, Murarrie  Qld  4172

Cost:   Free       Gold/Silver members

$ 35.00 (+gst)  Bronze/Individual members

$ 55.00 (+gst)  Non members

RSVP:   1 April 2017

Keynote Speaker:

Rachael Davis VP Marketing, Incitec Pivot Fertilisers

Welcome & IPL Introduction:

Elizabeth Hunter Chief Human Resources Officer & Shared Services, Incitec Pivot Limited

Incitec Pivot Ltd



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