Is there really an instruction manual for future-proofing your Career?
In a world where it can feel like our personal and professional circumstances can change dramatically in an instant, the ability to recognise and seize opportunities when they arise is a core skill. This is never clearer, than when we are faced with career management decisions.
Join NAWO for this Quick Bites session where we will explore practical tips to recognise career relevant opportunities as they occur and take action to future-proof your career.
NAWO Board member and senior executive, Megan McCracken, will share her insightful talk guiding us along the pathway to recognise and harness opportunities. We will then open the topic to a panel exploration, in which we will speak to two very different leaders and assess the different approaches they have taken to “future proof” their careers across roles, specialities and industries.
Speakers: Megan McCracken
General Manager – Safety, People & Corporate Affairs, Brookfield Rail | NAWO Board Member
Scott Laurance – Business Develpment & Risk Leader, Technip
Alex Atkins – Entrepreneur, Educator & Consultant | AusIMM Board Member
Learning theme: Career Management
Date: Thursday 1 June, 2017
Time: 7:30 – 9:30 am with light breakfast provided
Host: Brookfield Rail
Venue: Level 3, 1 George Wiencke Drive Perth Airport, WA, 6105
RSVP: 29 May, 2017
Cost: Free Gold/Silver members
$35.00 +gst NAWO Bronze/Individual members
$55.00 +gst Non members
Brookfield Rail manages and operates the State’s 5,500 kilometre open access, multi-user rail freight network extending throughout the southern half of Western Australia.
Transporting a total net tonnage of over 70 million tonnes annually across resource, grain and interstate freight customers, Brookfield Rail provides a crucial transport link to access markets for minerals and grain through the region’s six government-owned ports.
Brookfield Rail has invested more than $1.2 billion in the freight rail network and associated infrastructure over the last five years, transforming the network and building a reliable and robust critical piece of transport infrastructure for the future of Western Australia’s economy.
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