Perth – Mentoring Event #2 – Building Self Awareness – POSTPONED TBC
30 April, 2020
Due to the evolving situation of the COVID-19 virus, we have made the decision to reschedule our upcoming events & courses planned for March, April and May. At present this event has been postponed. Please watch this space for further updates. If you were registered for this event you will be notified directly via email.
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What is it that really makes me ‘tick’? Let’s put it down to our core drivers that underly everything that we do, how we react and create the opportunities for our future.
- Identify your core drivers and how to create a clear direction
- How to build your Skill Portfolio and get to know you!
- Leveraging your Skill Portfolio in the workplace
Guest Speaker: Amy Jacobson
Facilitating the launch night is emotional intelligence and human behaviour specialist, Amy Jacobson. Amy is a passionate speaker, inspirational leadership trainer and highly sought after Coach. She works with businesses and career minded people to achieve outstanding results, ignite passion, develop strengths and use Emotional Intelligence to create a clear career path to high performance and success.
5.30 pm – 6.00 pm Registration
6.00 pm – 8.00 pm Presentation
8.00 pm – 8.30 pm Networking & nibbles
*This is a free event for all program participants (mentors/mentees). Registrations for members of industry co-hosts is available here.
For the first time, the Joint Industry Mentoring initiative is offering various sponsorship packages for the 2020 program. More information is available here.
The Joint Industry Mentoring Program is an initiative by the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Engineers Australia, Petroleum Club of WA, Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA), Society of Petroleum Engineers WA (SPE), Society for Underwater Technology, Subsea Energy Australia (SEA) and Women in Subsea Engineering (WISE).
This development has been a voluntary collaboration between individuals and organisations involved in Subsea Engineering in Australia. This year SUT is looking after the organisation of the program and this is the second of a 5-event series.