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People & Culture: Best Practice - Brisbane
Tue. 2 May 2017, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEST
The people you employ and the way you recognise their efforts and nurture their differences can have a significant impact on your business's bottom line. We view this as one of the largest challenges facing companies of all sizes.
'People' is one of the biggest variables in business, particularly now when the next generation of employees is coming into the job market with a totally different set of drivers.
How do you select the right people?
In what ways can I influence staff and leave a legacy?
How do I create a lasting culture?
Join us in Brisbane where Talent expert Rachael Jamieson will discuss her experiences on creating and managing an environment where 'people and culture' thrive.
Register now and have your questions answered at the event! #inspiringbrisbane
Rachael Jamieson, Head of Service Delivery - Talent Acquisition & Development, Woolworths Group HR - People Services
Rachael leads the teams responsible for talent engagement and acquisition and delivering ‘work ready’ employees to support all Woolworths stores, distribution centres and support offices across Australia. She also leads the Talent Acquisition functions to partner with Business Leaders to build talent pipelines and proactively plan sourcing strategies that meet future talent requirements across the Woolworths Group.
Rachael is an Organisation Development leader with more than fifteen years experience in Talent Acquisition and Recruitment Strategy, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Talent Management and Facilitation.
During her career in the Finance industry, Rachael delivered leadership and development programs and solutions in her roles as Executive Manager, Leadership Partnerships and as Manager of Coaching and Consulting with CBA Group. Prior to this, Rachael built and operated her own successful consulting business, Jamieson Executive, providing Executive Search, recruitment strategy, coaching and delivery of team and leadership development programs across multiple industry sectors.
Rachael holds a BA Communications (Social Analysis) and Postgraduate qualifications in Business Administration and Management. Rachael has held elected Board positions with Asia Business Connection, Western Sydney Business Connection and was Chairperson of ConnectionX, a network for future business leaders. She is accredited in LSI, MBTI and Disc.
Rachael is also raising a young family and is the proud mother of three sons whom she is sure will change the world. Her eldest boy Jack is 15 years old. He has set up and managed three successful businesses since the age of 8 years including a wholesale and market garden nursery, engineering support and online brokering. In her spare time she enjoys singing, reading and every water sport the Gold Coast has to offer!
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