Cultures of Respect & Engagement in the Workplace: Moir Group & PeopleScape

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Level 1, 33 Erskine Street

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Presented by Dr. Michael Leiter

Dr. Michael Leiter is a Professor of Psychology at Deakin University, Melbourne and a world-renowned expert on the psychology of work. Throughout his career, he has worked extensively with organisations around the world to address issues of workplace health.

He also currently works with PeopleScape as a Special Advisor, and for the last 20 years, has focused his research on burnout in the workplace and methods to banish it. This ground-breaking research has produced widely acclaimed books and an ongoing commitment to improving work-life quality.

He is highly sought after as a keynote speaker for diverse audiences, including public sector executives, health care providers, and human resource professionals. In addition to his research partnerships, Professor Leiter has provided consulting services to health care organisations, government departments, educational, and public-sector organisations.

Prior to his current role with Deakin University, Professor Leiter was a Professor of Psychology at Acadia University in Canada where he held the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health and Wellness.

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Stephen Moir, Director, Moir Group

Stephen Moir is the Director of Moir Group.

Prior to establishing Moir Group, Stephen spent 17 years with a leading international recruitment firm. He progressed through the business and was Managing Director for the operations in Australia. He left to establish Moir Group in early 2007.

Stephen firmly believes that work is a big part of people's lives and that having a satisfying job is a big part of having a fulfilling life. Stephen has had great success in delivering on this belief. He stands by Moir Group’s values of Care, Partnership, Rigour, Persistence and Passion, and they underpin everything he does. He always focuses on cultural fit, service and sourcing the right people for his clients, realising that, when Moir Group do their job really well, they have a significant impact on organisations and people's lives. The result is that Moir’s candidates build successful careers with great retention for the organisations they are placed with.

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Stuart Waldon, Director, PeopleScape

Stuart is an Organisational Development specialist with extensive experience across a broad range of sectors and geographies including the professional services, manufacturing, health and FMCG sectors. This diversity of experience enables Stuart to bring an extensive range of skills and experiences to effectively consult to a range of businesses and to assist in the coaching and development of staff at all levels of an organisation.

Stuart commenced his career as an accountant with Carlton & United Breweries, having completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne. This, combined with his extensive senior level HR experience, gives him a unique combination of both the financial and people-related aspects of how an organisation operates.

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What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

CAANZ office is located at level 1, 33 Erskine Street Sydney, a short walk from Wynyard Station, multiple bus stops and Barangaroo. Secure paid parking is available nearby in Kent and Sussex Streets if required.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

For more information contact Sara Eriksson, Moir Group.

Phone: 02 9262 4836
E: saraeriksson@moirgroup.com.au

Do you cater for special dietary requirements?

A light lunch is provided. Please advise us at the time of booking, or at least 72-hours in advance, if you have any special dietary requirements. E: moirevents@moirgroup.com.au

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