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Managing a Flexible Workforce: Oct 2017 (NEW)

The Junction Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (AEDT)

Managing a Flexible Workforce: Oct 2017 (NEW)

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Registration Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
CHSP/Disability funded services staff 24/10/2017 $150.00 $3.99
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Professional Development Series Workshop: Presented by the Southern Sydney Connection

The Southern Sydney Connection* have combined resources to deliver, "Managing a Flexible Workforce" to ensure managers and coordinators have their concerns adressed and their tool kits expanded in order to manage a flexible workforce. 

  • Tuesday 31st October 9.00 - 4.00pm at Hurstville (Venue TBC) 

Session overview

The way we work is changing. Many service providers recognise the need to build skills to more effectively manage a mobile and flexible workforce. The rollout of the NDIS and the continued implementation of the Commonwealth Home Support Programme, and consequential move to consumer directed care means that service providers need to be able to meet change in demand with a responsive and flexible workforce promptly.

What’s covered

  • Explore the emotions of a flexible workforce and processes that can benefit as well as provide pain points for both managers and employees.
  • Setting clear goals and outcomes /outputs.
  • Guiding /supporting each team member to achieve and exceed their goals.
  • How to effectively measure and support our flexible teams and their service delivery
  • How to recruit a flexible workforce.
  • Setting up a team of flexible workers that are not office bound.
  • Ensuring the right standard for your team is set early on.

Who should participate? 

Managers, Senior Staff and Coordinators of Aged Care and Disability Service Providers.

 

* The Southern Sydney Connection is made up of training and volunteer programs acorss three organisations: STARS (Canterbury City Community Centre), 3Bridges and VAST (The Junction Neighbourhood Centre)

 

Hurry Booking Close 5pm

Tuesday 24th October 2017

 

 


 

   About the facilitator

Matt Tanks is an engaging facilitator, coach, learning and HR professional. Matt has over 15 years’ experience in delivering Human Resources, Learning, Communications, Projects and Change initiatives for a range of companies in various industries, including: Large scale retail, IT, Safety / WHS, Sales, Customer Service and Corporate Support. Matt’s experience ranges from informal learning for youth, through to senior management, executive advice and coaching and extends further to include individual coaching and mentoring both teams and managers within Australia’s listed top 100 companies.

 

Have questions about Managing a Flexible Workforce: Oct 2017 (NEW) ? Contact The Junction Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

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Hurstville - VenueTBC

Hurstville
Sydney, NSW 2220
Australia

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (AEDT)


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Organiser

The Junction Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

 

The Junction Neighbourhood Centre (JNC) provides a diverse range of services and support to disadvantaged groups across local government areas in Bondi Junction (Waverley), Randwick and Maroubra. Operating for 40 years, JNC has continuously strived to provide responsive and meaningful services to meet identified community needs and seek to develop community participation in the development of these services.

As a basic introduction, The Junction Neighbourhood Centre Inc. is a not for profit organisation resourced through government funding from Department of Social Services, NSW Family and Community Services, local government, community grants, donation, and some sponsorship.

We provide specialist services for familiesolder people, people with disabilities and their carers; facilitate the recruitment, training and referral of volunteers for Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) in the City of Sydney and eastern suburbs; work with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in the Randwick LGA, run social inclusion groups & classes for people who are socially isolated; and organise practical assistance with outreach services including financial counselling, tax help etc.

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