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Contact details:. Executive Assistant/ Personal Assistant Conference. Australian Institute of Office Professionals Contact: Yvette Jean Victoria Division Secretariat Phone: 0408 100 813 Email: adminvic@aiop.com.au Website: www.aiop.com.au Swinburne University

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department of primary industries

Contact details:

Executive Assistant/ Personal Assistant Conference

Australian Institute of Office Professionals

Contact: Yvette Jean

Victoria Division Secretariat

Phone: 0408 100 813

Email: adminvic@aiop.com.au

Website: www.aiop.com.au

Swinburne University

Contact: Kathryn Thomas

Course Convener

Phone: 03 9214 6887

Email: KThomas@groupwise.swin.edu.au

Website: www.swinburne.edu.au

Contact: Joanne Jenson

Phone: 0409 123 328

Email: jo.jenson@westnet.com.au

Shattering Glass Ceilings

Contact: Sandi Givens

Phone: 0417 575 493

Email: info@sandigivens.com.au

Website: www.sandigivens.com.au

Department of Primary Industries

Wednesday 19 May 2010 │ Melbourne Cricket Ground

department of primary industries executive assistant personal assistant conference

Joanne Jenson – How to fall up a career ladder

Jo brings to the lectern extensive experience in business administration and education. Her employment history has included a range of positions in both the public and private sectors. Jo has worked alongside some of Australia’s leading businessmen and a former State Treasurer.

In 2007 Jo completed her Master of Education and she is currently completing her Doctorate of Education. Jo is also a lecturer at Swinburne University in a postgraduate management course which she wrote and has been teaching for the past 10 years.

Jo is a past Board member and Director of the Institute of Professional Secretaries and Administrators, where she spent 10 years serving on the Victorian Management Committee.

She is regarded by both her clients and peers as a mentor and expert in interpersonal and communications skills and work-life balance. Jo is a dynamic presenter who never fails to enthral her audiences by her extensive knowledge and experience. Her sense of humour and down-to-earth attitude make her a presenter not to be missed.

The DPI EA/PA Conference will provide you with an opportunity for personal and professional development, networking and interaction with your peers and DPI Executive

1000 - 1025 Registration and morning tea

1025 – 1030 Introduction by Julie Murphy, MC

1030 – 1035 Welcome by Joanne de Morton, Deputy Secretary, Business and Corporate Services

1035 – 1050 Speaker: Natalie Grodzki, DPI Learning and development

- presentation on learning and development opportunities

1050 – 1120 EA panel: Merril Lockhart,DPI Secretary’s EA, Katherine Rawlins, Minister Batchelor’s EA, Desi Iliopoulos, Minister Helper’s EA, and Liz Dahlenburg, Future Farming Systems Research EA, Horsham

- Hear from four of DPI’s EAs about their diverse roles and engage in a panel discussion about DPI EA/PA roles

Department of Primary IndustriesExecutive Assistant/Personal Assistant Conference

1230 – 1300 Speaker: Richard Bolt, DPI Secretary

- Secretary’s address

1300 - 1345 Lunch in the Legends Room

1345 - 1400 Speaker: Gordon Caris, DPI Executive Director SDU

- Service Delivery Unit presentation

1400 - 1430 Speaker: Loris Strappazzon, DPI Director, Strategic Policy Branch

- Discussing the DPI Strategic Plan

1430 – 1515 Speaker: Sandi Givens from Shattering Glass Ceilings

1120 – 1140 Speaker: Yvette Jean fromAustralian Institute of Office Professionals

- presentation on how AIOP can assist with your personal and professional development and build networks

Sandi Givens - Mentoring Relationships

With over 25 years of professional experience in training and management, Sandi’s primary goal is to help people learn. Sandi will be talking about the role of mentors and mentees and how to determine who might be a great mentor for you. She will also look at why you would want a mentor and the benefits of becoming a mentor. This includes investigating what you would expect from a mentor, how to set up your relationship for success, and how to identify and avoid the critical mistakes that cause mentoring relationships to fail. Sandi’s fun and vibrant approach to presenting will leave you enthused and wanting to learn more.

1140 – 1200 Speaker: Kathryn Thomas from Swinburne University - presentation on the Post Graduate Certificate in Business Management (Executive Administration) offered by Swinburne University

1515 – 1530 Summary and closing remarks by the MC

1530 – 1630 Networking session and afternoon tea with EA/PAs and Executive Management

1200 – 1230 Keynote Speaker: Joanne Jenson