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Event Agenda

A session at The 3rd Annual National Higher Education Communication Officers’ Conference 2013

Tuesday 18th June, 2013

8:30am to 5:30pm (EST)

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the 3rd Annual Higher Education Executive Officers’ Conference 2013, the premier professional development and networking event for Higher Education Executive Officers. This conference will represent the chance to benchmark with successful Executive Officers in Higher Education, featuring a mix of case studies and expert commentaries.

EXPLORE:
•Successfully managing internal and external key stakeholder groups
•Managing information flow for superior productivity
•Career and professional development strategy
•Improving your leadership skills

To view the brochure, click here: http://bit.ly/12UKV73

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Patricia Swift Deputy Director and Chief Operations Officer,
Centre for Veterinary Education,
Former Executive Officer
University of Sydney

Kylie Colvin Associate Director, Strategic Planning
Former Executive Officer
Macquarie University

Katherine Gash Senior Executive Officer and Project Manager to the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer
University of New England, Australia
Mike Flattley Engagement Strategic Advisor, Office of the Executive Director (Engagement and Partnerships)
Former Executive Officer
University of Melbourne

Jonathan Pheasant Director, Office of Services and Resources
University of Adelaide

Melek Nazenin Executive Officer, Sydney Business School
University of Wollongong

Rachel Symons Policy and Projects Officer
University of Sydney

Juliette Robertson Owner and Chief Trainer
Coaching Secrets

Greg Crowther Founder
Crowther Communications
Write For Impact

Mark McPherson Principal Consultant
The Tough Conversations Guy
Mark McPherson Consulting

Monique Kinerson Lead Trainer
Unitrain

Christopher Price Senior Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor and President
University of Newcastle

Louise McCall Director, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)
Monash University

To view the brochure, click here: http://bit.ly/12UKV73

Follow this event on Twitter using the event hash tag #HEXO13 and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates!

This event is proudly supported by:
Innovative Research Universities
http://www.iru.edu.au/

ABOUT THE EVENT
Liquid Learning is delighted to present the 3rd Annual Higher Education Executive Officers’ Conference, building on the success of past events. Delegate feedback has been incorporated to enhance an already successful program. Addressing a variety of areas affecting Executive Officers’ in Higher Education, this year’s program will showcase how Executive Officers can position themselves better to address upcoming challenges and shifting expectations.

This is the only professional development opportunity targeting the unique needs of Executive Officers in Higher Education. It recognises the unique challenges these professionals face and provides a unique opportunity for participants in similar roles to exchange ideas and experiences in a conducive and productive setting. This year’s event will offer a well-rounded approach consisting of practical case studies, interactive sessions and commentaries from leading experts. The program is designed to be interactive to allow delegates the opportunity to network and benchmark with leading current and former Executive Officers. The program is complemented by a facilitated Masterclass to improve communication, leadership and influencing skills.

To view the brochure, click here: http://bit.ly/12UKV73

To request more information or book your place at this practical event, contact Liquid Learning:
Email: marketing@liquidlearning.com.au or visit our website: www.liquidlearning.com.au
Phone: +61 2 8239 9700, Fax: +61 2 8239 9777.

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Time 8:30am5:30pm EST

Date Tue 18th June 2013

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#HEXO13

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