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Media Release

The future workforce – what will it

look like?

September 9

At a Canberra conference tomorrow (Friday September 10) future workforce issues will be the

subject of two presentations.

AHRI national president Peter Wilson will speak on his white paper people@work/2020, He will

explore major trends and issues likely to influence workplaces by the year 2020, together with

expected impacts on workplace structure, performance and professional leadership. Professor

Dexter Dunphy from the University of Technology Sydney will speak on ideas for building a

better future.

Other speakers at the conference are:

Australian public service commissioner, Stephen Sedgwick, will look at the

development of talent in the APS

Executive director of SANE Australia, Barbara hocking, will speak about mental health

in the workplace and being a mindful employer

General manager of people capability at Medicare, Michelle Cornish, will speak on

leadership challenges for people services during transformational change

Educator, research and HR specialist, Dr Adam Fraser, will speak about the key to

high performance

Dr Alan Burton Jones will speak about systematically maximising returns on human

capital investment

First assistant secretary, people and executive services, Department of Immigration,

Marilyn Prothero, will speak on APS reform and the Department of Immigration

Head of workforce and shared services reform in the Department of Defence, Craig

Pandy, will speak on shared services and workforce reform.

The conference will be held at the Hyatt Hotel, Canberra. Media representatives are invited to

attend sessions but must register as media. 


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About AHRI

The Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people

management professionals.  AHRI leads the direction and fosters the growth of the HR profession through actively setting

standards and building the capability of the profession


For further information contact:

Paul Begley, national manager, government & media relations, Australian Human Resources Institute   

(03) 9918 9232         0402 897 884   

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