HR & the New World of Work

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Program at a Glance

Human Resources and the New World of Work is a unique and vital program for companies transforming their talent acquisition and management functions and processes.

It is an open program for executive-level HR leaders and senior specialists, utilising cohort learning and current case studies.

Your Learning Experience

  • Face-to-face modules - six morning half day masterclasses and pre and post-work classes over nine months, with limited numbers.
  • Case study and group-based learning.
  • Human-centric design thinking exercises - reshaping your employment value proposition and developing employee narratives.
  • Essential professional development for proactive HR executives.

Who should attend

This program is aimed at senior human resource practitioners who are seeking to impact their organisation.

It is applicable to for-profit, not-for-profit and government contexts.

Class size strictly limited to 30.

This program can also be delivered to larger firms and tailored to specific HR needs.

Where and When

Melbourne: 8.30am for 9.00am - 2.00pm including light lunch
Module 1 - 8 May 2018
Module 2  -  5 June 2018
Module 3 - 10 July 2018
Module 4 - 21 August 2018
Module 5 - 18 September 2018
Module 6 - 18 October 2018

All participants will receive a confirmation email including directions to the venue.

Any questions to: or +61 3 9903 1300


Marianne Roux - Professor of Practice, Monash Business School and Course Director

Marianne has 25 years experience as a human resource executive, coach, consultant and facilitator. She has worked across five continents in mining, oil and gas, retail, food manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, sport, aged care, health, education, professional and financial services, infrastructure, not-for-profit and ICT. Marianne has particular expertise in customised leader programs, executive team development, people, talent and leadership strategy, and HR transformation.

Professor Richard Hall - Deputy Dean, Leadership and Executive Education, Monash Business School

Richard is responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of the Monash Business School's MBA programs, executive education, leadership programs and processes, and engagement with business and other partners. His areas of expertise lie within the broad field of work and organisation studies, including: leadership, new technology, organisational change, the future of work organisational discourse, industrial relations. Richard's research has been widely published internationally.

Ephraim Patrick - Practice Leader, Talent Strategy and Organisation, Mercer

Ephraim is leading the Workforce Strategy and Analytics Practice at Mercer Pacific and has implemented effective workforce strategies, policies and processes with HR and Business Executives in various industries and countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australia. His areas of expertise include organisational design, leadership assessment and development strategies, change management, restructuring and post merger integration.

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Contact Name Sue Gillespiie
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