Event Alert: AHRI National Convention & Exhibition 2014

Whilst AHRI (The Australian HR Institute) obviously covers all areas of HR, there is typically a decent enough amount of L&D/OD relevant presentations, stands, etc to make it well worth attending, not to mention the networking opportunities…and the excellent canapés of course! Hope to see you there, Sam

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The AHRI National Convention & Exhibition – 19-21 August 2014 – Melbourne, VIC

From the AHRI Website:

Why you should attend the ahri national convention and exhibition in 2014

As the custodians of the strategic design, implementation and measurement of effective workplace cultures, practices and behaviours, today’s HR professionals need access to the best information, tools and networks. The AHRI National Convention is Australia’s flagship event for HR and a not-to-be missed professional development opportunity for those responsible for the people planning decisions in their organisation.

Wondering if you should attend? You should, if you want to be inspired by Thinkers50 globally rated thought leaders. You will hear about the latest HR and business trends to help you make the right decisions for your organisation and you’ll leave with tonnes of inspiration to take the next step in your career. At Australasia’s biggest exhibition in 2014, you’ll have the opportunity to make new connections with the best and brightest in the profession and increase your knowledge on how the latest HR products and services can benefit your organisation.

Browse through the below resources to hear what previous delegates have to say about AHRI’s National Convention. Read through the infographic that explains why you shouldn’t miss the event, and get some guidance on how to make your case to attend.

For more information or to book click here

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