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Apr292014

GMAA 2014 NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Building on the success of the 2013 Conference, the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) is currently planning its 2014 National Conference.

The 2014 Conference will be held at La Trobe Business School City Campus (360 Collins St Melbourne) on Friday 4th July 2014. 

Members and friends of the GMAA are invited to abstract proposals in line with the Conference Theme "Leadership Challenges".

The Conference will conclude with a “Discussion Forum” with panellists made up of all speakers.

More info

Monday
Feb102014

GMAV Boardroom Briefing - Tuesday 1st April 2014 - The Fifth Estate: The Inside Story On Political Lobbying

This Event has been rescheduled to Tuesday 1st April, 2014


The Fifth Estate: The Inside Story On Political Lobbying

Presenter: Garry Oliver (Intercapital Group) 

Garry Oliver 

State and Federal Governments have progressively increased their intrusion into the marketplace so senior management needs to understand how best to interface with State and Federal Governments.

Garry Oliver (MBA Deakin) has worked as a political lobbyist since 1974.  His client base has covered a wide variety of public and private sector organisations including large companies, industry associations, professional bodies and public institutions such as universities, TAFE institutes and hospitals. He has even been involved in government-to-government lobbying exercises.

His lobbying assignments have covered practically every part of the economy including the finance sector, tax matters, agriculture, retail, property and planning, health, education, mining and energy and defence.

In this presentation Garry will describe the lobbying process, provide some interesting examples of his work and offer a range of guidelines.

 

Date:

Tuesday 1st April 2014

Event Time:

6:00pm for 6:30pm

Venue:

Piper Alderman Boardroom

Level 24

385 Bourke Street

Melbourne

Cost:  

GMAA Financial Members & Full-time Students $20

Unfinancial GMAA & Alumni Members $30

Non-Members $40

RSVP:

Register online by midday 29th March 2014 

Friday
Jan172014

Emotional intelligence: The role of emotion in the workplace 

 

The first Griffith Business School Alumni Network Breakfast for 2014 will feature a keynote from Professor Peter Jordan, who will present 'Emotional intelligence: the role of emotion in the workplace.'

The workplace is an emotional setting. At work we all experience highs and lows, pleasant and unpleasant surprises, triumph and disaster. On any given day we may encounter colleagues or supervise staff who are afraid, concerned, happy, mad, sad, glad or bad. How we manage these situations can be a critical determinant of our success. At this breakfast event we will examine the role of emotions in the workplace, the impact that emotions can have on individuals and groups, and how to successfully manage them.

Professor Peter Jordan

Meet our speaker

Peter Jordan is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Deputy Head of the Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources at the Griffith Business School, Griffith University. He gained his PhD in Management at the University of Queensland. Peter's current research interests include emotional intelligence, emotions in organisations, team performance and toxic emotions in organisations. Peter has published extensively in this field in leading international journals and has been awarded over $1m in Australian Research Council funding for research in the area of emotional intelligence. He has also been invited to deliver presentations to business groups across South East Asia. Prior to entering academia he worked for the Commonwealth Government in a strategic and operational planning role.

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When: Friday, 28 February, 2014 7:00 am  - 9:00 am

Where: Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Corner Ann & Roma Streets, Brisbane, Queensland

Attire: Smart Casual

Fee:

Individual Registration: Alumni, Staff, student $40.00, General Admission $45.00

Table Registration: Table of 8 $320.00

RSVP: Friday, 21 February, 2014

 

Wednesday
Nov272013

Celebrate the end of 2013 & hear what the GMAA NSW Chapter has planned for 2014

Enjoy the company of your fellow members and find out what is happening in the GMAA New South Wales Chapter and what we will be doing in 2014.


Who should attend:

  • GMAA members including the 2013 GMAA prize winners

  • Heads of  Business Schools,  MBA Directors and  MBA Alumni members

  • Friends of the GMAA & potential new GMAA members.

Date:

Monday 9th December 2013

Event Time:

6:00pm - 8pm

Venue:

The Bull and Bear Bar

Back Bar

Aurora Place, Cnr Bent & Phillip St, Sydney

Cost:  

Members FREE, Non-Members $25 

Finger food provided, cash bar available