PeopleScape
Events:
Professional development & networking

The PeopleScape Breakfast Series and Alumni Events are designed to share knowledge and encourage networking across industries.

Melbourne:
28. March 2019 - 28. March 2019

PeopleScape Student Alumni

As part of our PeopleScape Student Alumni, we would like to invite you to a complimentary evening of cheese, wine and knowledge sharing at PeopleScape HQ in Melbourne. As part of the evening, we will have Abbie Burgess share her insights on working at the most senior level of People & Culture within various technology…

Sydney:
20. March 2019 - 20. March 2019

How one rude encounter can ruin your day

Join us to hear from Professor Michael Leiter, one of the world’s foremost experts on workplace civility and engagement, about his applied research in this very important field. He will explain how he has come to understand that respect and civility are the keys to better workplaces and how his research has shown that fundamental…

Auckland:
28. March 2019 - 28. March 2019

Creating a culture of wellbeing

How would you rate the wellbeing of your team members? Are you doing everything possible to care for their wellbeing as well as your own? Psychological wellbeing is a key ingredient in any workplace. Research has consistently shown that when organisations invest in their employee’s wellbeing, they are more productive and innovative. Increased creativity levels…

Melbourne:
3. April 2019 - 3. April 2019

Did you forget to say “good morning” to someone today?

The experience of incivility at work is rampant and on the rise.  In a demanding, hyper-connected, over-stimulated and culturally diverse workplace, it is easier than ever to be unintentionally uncivil.  Whether you intend to or not, the impact is enormous.  What you may not realise is that forgetting to say hello, ignoring an email or…

Canberra:
1. May 2019 - 1. May 2019

How one rude encounter can ruin your day

Join us to hear from Professor Michael Leiter, one of the world’s foremost experts on workplace civility and engagement, about his applied research in this very important field. He will explain how he has come to understand that respect and civility are the keys to better workplaces and how his research has shown that fundamental…

Sydney:
9. May 2019 - 9. May 2019

Finding the Sweet Spot between Performance and Wellbeing

We all know we perform better when we look after ourselves. Whilst it can be easy to lose this perspective with so many competing priorities, focusing on wellbeing is crucial to the success of any leader. You’re unable to lead well if you are not well yourself. For this lunchtime event, we will explore the…

Sydney:
5. June 2019 - 5. June 2019

Is it better to hire a koala to climb a tree, or train a wombat?

Have you ever hired someone and then realised within the first 6 months that the person is not right for the role or the organisation? Psychometric assessment is not a panacea, but it is a critical source of additional objective data, which, when used effectively, increases your chances of ‘getting it right’. From a business…

Melbourne:
6. June 2019 - 6. June 2019

Is it better to hire a koala to climb a tree or train a wombat?

Have you ever hired someone and then realised within the first 6 months that the person is not right for the role or the organisation? Psychometric assessment is not a panacea, but it is a critical source of additional objective data, which, when used effectively, increases your chances of ‘getting it right’. From a business…

Auckland:
11. June 2019 - 11. June 2019

Finding the Sweet Spot between Performance and Wellbeing

We all know we perform better when we look after ourselves. Whilst it can be easy to lose this perspective with so many competing priorities, focusing on wellbeing is crucial to the success of any leader. You’re unable to lead well if you are not well yourself. For this lunchtime event, we will explore the…

Auckland:
20. November 2019 - 20. November 2019

Is it better to hire a possum to climb a tree or train a kiwi?

Have you ever hired someone and then realised within the first 6 months that the person is not right for the role or the organisation? Psychometric assessment is not a panacea, but it is a critical source of additional objective data, which, when used effectively, increases your chances of ‘getting it right’. From a business…