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    • 13 Aug 2022
    • 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Melbourne Arts Centre
    • 18
    Registration is closed

    Are you ready to have an afternoon out!

    VIC/TAS Division in Conjunction with the Melbourne Arts Centre invite you to attend:

    9 to 5 the Musical

    Set the alarm for a great night out at Dolly Parton’s joyous smash hit musical 9 TO 5, featuring a stellar cast, knock out songs and high-flying ambitions.


    A sensation on the West End and inspired by the hit film, the musical tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy, three enterprising workmates pushed to the edge by their mean-spirited boss Franklin Hart Jnr. Resorting to wit, comradery and cunning, they dream up a no holds barred scheme to kidnap and turn the tables on their controlling supervisor in the most hilariously defiant of ways. Only question is, will the feisty trio manage to change the office culture to reach their full potential or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit?

    9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL features an all-star Australian cast including Marina Prior as smart & sassy career woman Violet Newstead, Casey Donovan as newly separated new recruit Judy Bernly, Erin Clare as bright & beautiful country gal Doralee Rhodes, Eddie Perfect as the controlling boss Franklin Hart Jnr. and featuring Caroline O’Connor* as busy-body Roz Keith.

    With a sparkling score by Dolly Parton and a book by the iconic movie’s original screenwriter Patricia Resnick, 9 TO 5 is the quintessential feel-good show for the times. Full of mischief, laughter and affection, it’s gold carat fun!

    The Team of VIC/TAS Division, Accompanied by the National President, Wayde Walker, will treat you to an amazing afternoon, commencing with some wine and nibbles in the park outside the Arts Centre, then we will migrate to this fun filled event.
    Wayde will shout everyone (that wishes to partake), a Choc-Top at the mid show intermission.

    We welcome everyone that wishes to attend.

    The afternoon will begin at 12:30pm in the park outside the Arts Centre (Exact location will be advised), where we will chat, network, socialise with a few wine/champers and some platters, before heading into the performance at 2:00pm.

    Highly suggest that everyone is ready for a fun filled, afternoon watching and listening to the story of our profession in the 1970/80's, and putting them situations into our current life.

    Our price includes your A Reserve Seat in the Stalls, your nibbles and champers/wine before the evening frivolity!

    REGISTRATIONS CLOSE:  Monday 1st August 2022 to allow for purchasing and closure before event.

    • 16 Aug 2022
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Online
    • 57
    Register

    Gaining Meaning & Purpose when life is busy!

    In this purposeful session, Phil Preston, will provide guidance on:

    • How meaning, purpose and happiness fit together
    • The 4 different types of purposeful pursuits
    • One thing you can do everyday to give yourself a lift!

    Presentation:
    We all crave meaning and purpose, however the busyness and complexity of our lives often gets in the way of achieving it!  What is there were some simple ways of overcoming this challenge  Or if you've had some success, how can you amplify your impact many times over?

    There will be time for Q&A and having a bit of fun along the way!

    About the Presenter

    Phil grew up in Hobart before moving to Sydney to climb the corporate ladder.  Things were going well until the question of "why" kicked in and he set up his own business helping people and organisations with purpose-based challenges.

    Phil is the founder of The Business Purpose Project, author of Connecting Profit with Purpose, co-host of Corporate Conversations on Purpose and host of Talking Purpose in Business & Life.

    Times:
    West: 2:00pm
    Central: 3:30pm
    East: 4:00pm
    NZ: 6:00pm

    Registrations Close:  14th August 2022

    Promo Vid - AIOP - Preston.mp4

    • 19 Aug 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (AWST)
    • Online
    Register

    National Education Day

    The wait is over, our immensely popular National Education Day is back this year!

    Join us online where we explore the current needs of the industry.


    Overview of presentation topics

    Micro Credential their Use and Importance - Alexis Watt

    (CEO, Open Colleges Services)


    Micro-credentials function as mini-qualifications, offering professionals a quick and affordable way of building industry-relevant skills. As they often comprise units taken from (or similar to those in) full-blown degrees, diplomas, or certificate courses in the same area, students are also given a brief taste of what a fully-fledged qualification would be like.


    Transferability Skills that you must have which could then lead to … - Dante St James (Speaker/Trainer/Coach, Clickstarter) 


    Transferable skills are any skills you possess that are useful to employers across various jobs and industries. These might include skills such as adaptability, communication, organisation, teamwork or other qualities employers look for in strong candidates.


    Building and Maintaining Business Relationships - Trish Butera (International Business Advisor and Executive Coach, Founder, The Global Assistant Online) 


    This will help you in establishing, developing and maintaining effective work relationships and networks through relationship building and negotiation skills required by any professional. It will tell you about the importance of networking and negotiation which you can use in creating solutions to unpredictable problems. 


    AIOP thanks the presenters for supporting National Education Day.


            

    Presentation time: 30 minutes plus Question Time.


    Cost: FREE to Members and Non-Members.


    Closing Date: 16 August 2022. 


    TIMESWA: 10.00AM, 

    SA NT: 11.30AM

    ACT, NSW, VIC, QLD, TAS: 12.00pm

    NZ: 2.00PM  

    • 7 Sep 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (AWST)
    • On Line
    Register

    National Webinar 

    Shelagh Donnelly, Speaker, Trainer and Writer |Founder of Exceptional EA   

    About the Speaker 

    Welcome back Shelagh who joins us from Vancouver, Canada after a whirlwind trip. 

    Shelagh is authentic, pragmatic and positive, and she delivers quality professional development to assistants around the globe.  When you hear Shelagh speak, you know she understands the career. That’s because she walked the walk for almost three decades.

    Shelagh’s been a direct report to four CEOs and accountable to four board chairs. She co-founded two internal networks and chaired a national board of directors. Shelagh launched her globally read Exceptional EA website in 2013 and writes for other publications. She wrapped up her office career in 2018, after a decade in governance. Shelagh's client list includes professional associations, government, healthcare, higher education and governance bodies, and corporations such as the NBA.

    Presentation Abstract 

    Shelagh Donnelly will explain why it’s time for administrative professionals to put away the superhero capes and connotations.





    Key learning points

    1.    We are vulnerable.

    2.    How does it end for superheroes.

    3.    Patronising or compensating.

    4.    Professional Attributes

    5.    A professional definition.  


    AIOP has partnered with    to bring you this webinar.

    Closing date: 4 September.

    Cost: Members: Free  Non-Members: $24.95

    Time Zones:  

    10AM (WA), 11.30AM (SA, NT)

    12NOON (QLD, ACT, NSW, VIC, TAS)

    2PM (NZ)

    • 16 Sep 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • On Line
    Register

    National Webinar 


    Back by popular demand! 

    Your Career Audit … Transition to the New Chapter

    Angela Wilson, Career Transition Coach | Author and Speaker

    About the Speaker 

    Angela Wilson is considered one of the brightest minds in career transition, career coaching and mentoring today.

    Now a number 1 best-selling author, a well-respected speaker, educator, coach and consultant on all things careers and transitions.

    Angela  is the founder of Career Design Studio, a global transitional journey for women who have experienced an unexpected change in their career. Her signature program is designed to discover their next chapter and once and for all uncover the meaning and purpose of life.

    Angela is known as THE curious problem solver and is often brought in to clean up the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual mess women find themselves in after the chaos of change. She can quickly spot the relevant negative patterns, life themes and obstacles holding her clients back.

    Presentation Abstract

    We all know that our life and the world has changed, it's now time to do a Career Audit.  Angela will guide you through the tools and strategies needed to take the next step in your career journey.  She will explore how to future proof your career in a crisis, and discover what is holding you back from an inspiring career, so that you can transition into your next chapter with ease.

    Key learning points

    1. To become clear about the next steps in your career  journey. 

    2. Explore how to future proof your career.   

    3. Discover what is holding you back from an inspiring career.     

    After the Webinar, AIOP members, and Non-members can book a FREE Career Audit discussion with Angela and receive a copy of a FREE Career Audit and a PDF copy of Angela Wilson’s book Career Crisis.

    This one-hour session can help you gain clarity around your next chapter and the next steps you need to take.

    AIOP National has partnered with Angela Wilson of CAREER DESIGN STUDIO to present this Webinar.

    Cost: FREE to Members, $AUD 24.95 Non-Members.

    Closing Date: Tuesday 13 September 2022.  

    TIMES:

    ACT, NSW, VIC, QLD, TAS: 1.00PM

    SA: 12.30PM

    WA: 11.00AM

    NZ: 3.00PM      

    • 21 Oct 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM (ACDT)
    • Adelaide Festival Centre
    • 29
    Register

    Are you ready to have a night out!

    SA Division in Conjunction with Adelaide Festival Centre invite you to attend:

    9 to 5 the Musical

    Set the alarm for a great night out at Dolly Parton’s joyous smash hit musical 9 TO 5, featuring a stellar cast, knock out songs and high-flying ambitions.


    A sensation on the West End and inspired by the hit film, the musical tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy, three enterprising workmates pushed to the edge by their mean-spirited boss Franklin Hart Jnr. Resorting to wit, comradery and cunning, they dream up a no holds barred scheme to kidnap and turn the tables on their controlling supervisor in the most hilariously defiant of ways. Only question is, will the feisty trio manage to change the office culture to reach their full potential or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit?

    9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL features an all-star Australian cast including Marina Prior as smart & sassy career woman Violet Newstead, Casey Donovan as newly separated new recruit Judy Bernly, Erin Clare as bright & beautiful country gal Doralee Rhodes, Eddie Perfect as the controlling boss Franklin Hart Jnr. and featuring Caroline O’Connor* as busy-body Roz Keith.

    With a sparkling score by Dolly Parton and a book by the iconic movie’s original screenwriter Patricia Resnick, 9 TO 5 is the quintessential feel-good show for the times. Full of mischief, laughter and affection, it’s gold carat fun!


    The Team of SA Division, Accompanied by the National President, Wayde Walker, will treat you to an amazing night, commencing with some wine and nibbles in the park beside Adelaide Festival Centre (Known as Elders Park), then we will migrate to this fun filled event.
    Wayde will shout everyone (that wishes to partake), a Choc-Top at the mid show intermission.

    We welcome everyone that wishes to attend.

    The evening will begin at 5:30pm in the park beside Adelaide Festival Centre (Elder Park), where we will chat, network, socialise with a few wine/champers and some platters, before heading into the performance at 7:00pm.

    Highly suggest that everyone is ready for a fun filled, evening watching and listening to the story of our profession in the 1970/80's, and putting them situations into our current life.

    Our price includes your A Reserve Seat in the Stalls, your nibbles and champers/wine before the evening frivolity!

    REGISTRATIONS CLOSE:  Monday 3rd October 2022 to allow for purchasing and closure before event.

    • 31 Oct 2022
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Karstens, 123 Queen Street, Melbourne
    • 43

    Overview of Presentation 

    Discovering and harnessing your personal brand is not just something for Executives and public figures. We all have a personal brand, whether we know it or not. In this session, Nick will show you how to live authentically, harness your authenticity into a personal brand, and live and breathe your new-found brand in both your personal and professional life.

    What you will take away from this session:

    1. Understanding of the foundations for living authentically
    2. How to create your personal brand based on authenticity
    3. How to live your new personal brand both personally and professionally

    About the Speaker - Nick Ginsburg

    Nick is the Executive Assistant to the  Provost and Senior Vice-President at Monash University.

    In 2018, Nick launched the Monash University Executive Assistant Network to share knowledge across the University, bringing together over 250 administrative professionals. Nick is a professional speaker for the Assistant community worldwide, sharing his knowledge, and he is a believer that shared knowledge is the key to success.

    He is also the Founder of The Admin Collective, a judgement-free community for Admin Professionals worldwide where there is a strong focus on shared learning. Find out more about The Admin Collective at admincollective.co

     

      AIOP Victoria & Tasmania Division has partnered with Nick  Ginsburg and Karstens to bring you this event.


    Refreshments provided.  Please come and join VIC/TAS division for the FIRST face to face event since the pandemic of 2020!

    Closing date: Tuesday 31 May 2022

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