05 Jul 2018

Auckland

The Maritime Room - Event Suite
Princes Wharf

Members $225.00 (plus GST)
Non-Members $295.00 (plus GST

Forum Attendance & Lunch

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RCSA Professional Development Day - Auckland

RCSA Professional Development Day - Auckland


The recruitment industry is changing faster than ever. With new trends and technology emerging on a daily basis, it is of paramount importance for the modern recruiter to have their finger on the pulse of the impactors affecting our industry.

From new projects to new industry-making data developments, this is a day designed to help you upskill and upload, with insights, tips and tricks that will differentiate you from the competition and make you a magnet for new and emerging talent.

Join us at The Maritime Room Auckland for a unique look at some important new developments for our industry. Gain new insights on what the future holds, discover what it all means for you as a professional and how you can use this information practically day to day.

Special Announcement:
This event will include an exclusive Q&A with RCSA CEO Charles Cameron and Greg Savage FRCSA (Life). You will also have the opportunity to join Greg and Charles for lunch who are in town for the RCSA Industry Awards.

Speakers

Andrew Klein

Andrew is a former corporate lawyer and has brought his casual, engaging MC style to countless RCSA conferences and events. He is well known among our members for his quick wit, his lively conference openings and creating a fun, engaging conference feel. He has appeared on Kochie’s Business Builders, Switzer on Sky Business and in an old episode of Today Tonight in a feature on “Sydney’s Worst Neighbours” (Andrew swears it was all a big misunderstanding). Apart from RCSA, his clients include BT, ANZ, QBE, Minter Ellison, Ranstad, Telstra Legal, QBE, Westpac, Elders, KPMG, Dymocks, Aon, McDonalds, NSW Health, MLC, Hesta, Auto One….and his mother-in-law’s bridge club.

Presentation: Life's a Pitch - Presentation Skills for Recruiters

Whether introducing yourself at a networking function, presenting to clients, candidates or prospective clients, competing for a contract or trying to convince colleagues or stake-holders of the merits of a new initiative, your success depends on catching your audience’s interest.

Truth is, getting attention or "buy-in" for any new initiative or project is always tricky. So what can you do to ensure your presentations and pitches are dynamic, different, effective and stand out from the pack? How can you cut through to the designated person or audience?

This session aims to pinpoint some of the key areas where consultants can improve the design, structure and delivery of their presentations and pitches, ensuring that their key messages are articulated and delivered effectively. Whether you pitch or present to one person, a small group or a large audience, internally or externally, this interactive session aims to invigorate, provoke, educate and entertain. Areas covered include:

  • What are the elements of a good presentation and pitch?
  • How social media and technology have helped and hindered the presenting process
  • How to articulate your point of difference
  • How to get your target audience’s attention in an age where nobody reads anything anymore
  • Managing the process in an age of flagging attention spans
  • Making Things Simple!
  • How to engage with your target audience
  • Pitching to the head and the heart
  • How to inject your own personality into your pitch
  • Making your presentation more interactive, entertaining and educational

Fiona Anson

Fiona Anson is the Co-Founder and CEO of JobGetter - Australia’s premier job-seeker focussed jobs marketplace.

JobGetter’s mandate is to help turn job seekers into job getters - and to help people get into the work they want.

JobGetter is also Australia’s leader in workforce data and analytics, consulting to Education, Industry, Government and Communities as to what’s happening in the world of work, the changing future of work and what is needed to get and keep people in jobs.

Spearheading the annual national initiative, The Jobs Agenda, Fiona is a thought leader and influencer, leading the conversation around jobs, careers, education and the workforce of the future. Fiona is a regular speaker and writ-er on the topic of work and is regularly sought after by the media for commen-tary.

Fiona is a mentor at the University of Technology, Sydney, through their en-trepreneurs Hatchery+ programme, and an industry partner for their Bachelor of Technology and Innovation undergraduate degree. Fiona has been a mentor and judge at TiE Women’s Create-a-thon and a teacher of commercialising business ideas and creating partnerships at General Assembly.

Fiona also sits on the Board of the Australian Industry Information Association.

Presentation: Recruitment in Real-Time - Find out what's happening in the job market right here, right now as we take a 360 degree look at market trends.

What are the jobs in demand? What skills are employers really looking for? What are the trends for jobs both now and in the future. Join Fiona Anson and Alli Baker for a hugely informative session where you'll get a real-time 360 degree view on what's happening in the workforce across 58 industry clusters across all postcodes of Australia. This session will equip you with all you need to be aware of in helping your clients find the talent they need.

Jamie Rosemergy

Jamie’s “real world” experience, leadership, recruitment and coaching skills are derived from 8 years as a leader and trainer for the Royal New Zealand Navy. Coupled with 12 years management, coaching, facilitation and account management experience across a commercial and government sectors.

Having coached SME business and teams he has a background in accountability, mentoring and strategic advice. Those businesses coached by Jamie reached their business objectives and have went on to win National awards in their field.

He has a successful track record in sales and now shares that knowledge and experience with sales recruitment professionals to give them tools to be successful.

In recruitment he has reenergized two regional branches of National and International Labour solutions companies increasing their client base, profile and profits. In his current role as the Adecco Learning and Development Manager he has created and implemented recruitment excellence programs.

Presentation: Finding the Hunger

The recruitment world is constantly changing but the foundation skills of Sales have not. In this workshop I am going to help you look at the areas of sales that cannot be replaced by social media. I will get you to look at what motivates you to be successful in recruitment. Then get you to focus this motivation into the right activities to get that success faster.

This workshop will include : 

  • Why you want to be successful in recruitment and sales
  • The traits of a successful recruitment consultant
  • What’s standing in your way
  • Why you win and lose business
  • Where to invest your time
  • The objections we face as recruiters Actions to take back to your desk to be even more successful
This interactive session will include group activity, discussion and live skills practice.

Jamie brings a sense of fun to everything he does and his contagious energy only makes his training more powerful. Therefore, you can feel confident that you are working with someone who has been there, done that and is always looking for smarter ways to get there faster. 

Nigel Harse

Nigel is a 41-year veteran of the recruitment industry and the founder of Staffing Industry Metrics where he enjoys life as Technical Director and business mentor to firms that participate and provide monthly data to this unique industry online platform

Nigel commenced his career in recruitment in 1977 within one of the large listed firms in the UK and in 13 years worked his way up the corporate ladder from Temp Consultant to Director. In 1990 as the recession started he was invited to Australia to manage several acquisitions for the global staffing firm ECCO. In six years, he took the company from $7 million to $75 million in sales and under his leadership, the multi-national firm gained unrivalled success as one of the fastest growing companies of the time.

In 2003 Nigel established the Recruitment Industry Benchmark Report in response to the ongoing requests from industry owners and managers who wanted to have a reliable way of measuring their results and successes against their peers. Today, Nigel helps recruitment firms across the globe understand and improve their performance and staff engagement using current Industry benchmarks.

Presentation: The top 10 data led trends for 2018 you need to know today to succeed tomorrow

For a competitive edge in 2018/19 find out about the top 10 data led trends in 2018 that you need to know about today, to succeed tomorrow!

You should have no doubt that data is invaluable to all companies, from budding start-ups to global enterprises and this growing commodity is triggering organisations to deploy solutions that will elevate and accelerate more and more data-driven decisions.

Successful and forward thinking organisations are priming their workforce to be the most analytically savvy generation ever seen. Can you afford to be left behind?

Time & Date:

5 July 2018
Registration: 9.45am
Forum: 10.00am - 3.30pm
Following the Professional Development Day will be the RCSA Industry Awards Night 

Venue:

The Maritime Room 
Princes Wharf
Auckland

Group Discount:

Book 5 or more attendees and receive 5% off your booking.
Book 10 or more attendees and receive 10% off your booking.

Delivery:

Interactive Face to face one day forum.

Booking Terms & Conditions:

This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions This event will be open until two business days prior to the session unless booked out earlier.

Please speak to a member of the RCSA Events team to confirm this session is going ahead before booking flights or accommodation.

For more information:

Jodie Radley
Senior Event Manager 
jradley@rcsa.com.au   pm
When
5/07/2018 9:45 AM - 5/07/2018 3:30 PM
Where
The Maritime Room - Event Suite Princes Wharf Auckland , NEW ZEALAND

Program


Thursday, 05 July 2018

 
5/07/2018 9:45 AM
5/07/2018 9:45 AM
5/07/2018 9:45 AM


The recruitment industry is changing faster than ever. With new trends and technology emerging on a daily basis, it is of paramount importance for the modern recruiter to have their finger on the pulse of the impactors affecting our industry.

From new projects to new industry-making data developments, this is a day designed to help you upskill and upload, with insights, tips and tricks that will differentiate you from the competition and make you a magnet for new and emerging talent.

Join us at The Maritime Room Auckland for a unique look at some important new developments for our industry. Gain new insights on what the future holds, discover what it all means for you as a professional and how you can use this information practically day to day.

Special Announcement:
This event will include an exclusive Q&A with RCSA CEO Charles Cameron and Greg Savage FRCSA (Life). You will also have the opportunity to join Greg and Charles for lunch who are in town for the RCSA Industry Awards.

Speakers

Andrew Klein

Andrew is a former corporate lawyer and has brought his casual, engaging MC style to countless RCSA conferences and events. He is well known among our members for his quick wit, his lively conference openings and creating a fun, engaging conference feel. He has appeared on Kochie’s Business Builders, Switzer on Sky Business and in an old episode of Today Tonight in a feature on “Sydney’s Worst Neighbours” (Andrew swears it was all a big misunderstanding). Apart from RCSA, his clients include BT, ANZ, QBE, Minter Ellison, Ranstad, Telstra Legal, QBE, Westpac, Elders, KPMG, Dymocks, Aon, McDonalds, NSW Health, MLC, Hesta, Auto One….and his mother-in-law’s bridge club.

Presentation: Life's a Pitch - Presentation Skills for Recruiters

Whether introducing yourself at a networking function, presenting to clients, candidates or prospective clients, competing for a contract or trying to convince colleagues or stake-holders of the merits of a new initiative, your success depends on catching your audience’s interest.

Truth is, getting attention or "buy-in" for any new initiative or project is always tricky. So what can you do to ensure your presentations and pitches are dynamic, different, effective and stand out from the pack? How can you cut through to the designated person or audience?

This session aims to pinpoint some of the key areas where consultants can improve the design, structure and delivery of their presentations and pitches, ensuring that their key messages are articulated and delivered effectively. Whether you pitch or present to one person, a small group or a large audience, internally or externally, this interactive session aims to invigorate, provoke, educate and entertain. Areas covered include:

  • What are the elements of a good presentation and pitch?
  • How social media and technology have helped and hindered the presenting process
  • How to articulate your point of difference
  • How to get your target audience’s attention in an age where nobody reads anything anymore
  • Managing the process in an age of flagging attention spans
  • Making Things Simple!
  • How to engage with your target audience
  • Pitching to the head and the heart
  • How to inject your own personality into your pitch
  • Making your presentation more interactive, entertaining and educational

Fiona Anson

Fiona Anson is the Co-Founder and CEO of JobGetter - Australia’s premier job-seeker focussed jobs marketplace.

JobGetter’s mandate is to help turn job seekers into job getters - and to help people get into the work they want.

JobGetter is also Australia’s leader in workforce data and analytics, consulting to Education, Industry, Government and Communities as to what’s happening in the world of work, the changing future of work and what is needed to get and keep people in jobs.

Spearheading the annual national initiative, The Jobs Agenda, Fiona is a thought leader and influencer, leading the conversation around jobs, careers, education and the workforce of the future. Fiona is a regular speaker and writ-er on the topic of work and is regularly sought after by the media for commen-tary.

Fiona is a mentor at the University of Technology, Sydney, through their en-trepreneurs Hatchery+ programme, and an industry partner for their Bachelor of Technology and Innovation undergraduate degree. Fiona has been a mentor and judge at TiE Women’s Create-a-thon and a teacher of commercialising business ideas and creating partnerships at General Assembly.

Fiona also sits on the Board of the Australian Industry Information Association.

Presentation: Recruitment in Real-Time - Find out what's happening in the job market right here, right now as we take a 360 degree look at market trends.

What are the jobs in demand? What skills are employers really looking for? What are the trends for jobs both now and in the future. Join Fiona Anson and Alli Baker for a hugely informative session where you'll get a real-time 360 degree view on what's happening in the workforce across 58 industry clusters across all postcodes of Australia. This session will equip you with all you need to be aware of in helping your clients find the talent they need.

Jamie Rosemergy

Jamie’s “real world” experience, leadership, recruitment and coaching skills are derived from 8 years as a leader and trainer for the Royal New Zealand Navy. Coupled with 12 years management, coaching, facilitation and account management experience across a commercial and government sectors.

Having coached SME business and teams he has a background in accountability, mentoring and strategic advice. Those businesses coached by Jamie reached their business objectives and have went on to win National awards in their field.

He has a successful track record in sales and now shares that knowledge and experience with sales recruitment professionals to give them tools to be successful.

In recruitment he has reenergized two regional branches of National and International Labour solutions companies increasing their client base, profile and profits. In his current role as the Adecco Learning and Development Manager he has created and implemented recruitment excellence programs.

Presentation: Finding the Hunger

The recruitment world is constantly changing but the foundation skills of Sales have not. In this workshop I am going to help you look at the areas of sales that cannot be replaced by social media. I will get you to look at what motivates you to be successful in recruitment. Then get you to focus this motivation into the right activities to get that success faster.

This workshop will include : 

  • Why you want to be successful in recruitment and sales
  • The traits of a successful recruitment consultant
  • What’s standing in your way
  • Why you win and lose business
  • Where to invest your time
  • The objections we face as recruiters Actions to take back to your desk to be even more successful
This interactive session will include group activity, discussion and live skills practice.

Jamie brings a sense of fun to everything he does and his contagious energy only makes his training more powerful. Therefore, you can feel confident that you are working with someone who has been there, done that and is always looking for smarter ways to get there faster. 

Nigel Harse

Nigel is a 41-year veteran of the recruitment industry and the founder of Staffing Industry Metrics where he enjoys life as Technical Director and business mentor to firms that participate and provide monthly data to this unique industry online platform

Nigel commenced his career in recruitment in 1977 within one of the large listed firms in the UK and in 13 years worked his way up the corporate ladder from Temp Consultant to Director. In 1990 as the recession started he was invited to Australia to manage several acquisitions for the global staffing firm ECCO. In six years, he took the company from $7 million to $75 million in sales and under his leadership, the multi-national firm gained unrivalled success as one of the fastest growing companies of the time.

In 2003 Nigel established the Recruitment Industry Benchmark Report in response to the ongoing requests from industry owners and managers who wanted to have a reliable way of measuring their results and successes against their peers. Today, Nigel helps recruitment firms across the globe understand and improve their performance and staff engagement using current Industry benchmarks.

Presentation: The top 10 data led trends for 2018 you need to know today to succeed tomorrow

For a competitive edge in 2018/19 find out about the top 10 data led trends in 2018 that you need to know about today, to succeed tomorrow!

You should have no doubt that data is invaluable to all companies, from budding start-ups to global enterprises and this growing commodity is triggering organisations to deploy solutions that will elevate and accelerate more and more data-driven decisions.

Successful and forward thinking organisations are priming their workforce to be the most analytically savvy generation ever seen. Can you afford to be left behind?

Time & Date:

5 July 2018
Registration: 9.45am
Forum: 10.00am - 3.30pm
Following the Professional Development Day will be the RCSA Industry Awards Night 

Venue:

The Maritime Room 
Princes Wharf
Auckland

Group Discount:

Book 5 or more attendees and receive 5% off your booking.
Book 10 or more attendees and receive 10% off your booking.

Delivery:

Interactive Face to face one day forum.

Booking Terms & Conditions:

This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions This event will be open until two business days prior to the session unless booked out earlier.

Please speak to a member of the RCSA Events team to confirm this session is going ahead before booking flights or accommodation.

For more information:

Jodie Radley
Senior Event Manager 
jradley@rcsa.com.au   pm