Winter Seminar 2017

26 August, 2017

Managing your career – and yourself: smart strategies for time-poor editors

Join us for a day of professional development on:

Saturday 26 August 2017 – 8:30 AM for 8:45 AM start / 4:00 PM close
Room 109, Building 3, Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford Street, Mt Lawley, 6050

Program schedule

8.45 am Opening and introduction, including a short clip on the 80 000 hours project

9.00 am Session 1: Dr Jane Genovese 

Productivity techniques for editors

In this age of distraction you need strategies, tools and techniques to stay on task. In this session, Dr Jane Genovese will share practical strategies to help you stay productive and work effectively in your employment or small business.

You will learn about:

  • the benefits of mind mapping (and how to organise your business or work schedules using them)
  • how to stop procrastinating and motivate yourself at any time
  • how to develop effective habits to streamline your work.
    and much, much more!

About Dr Jane Genovese

Jane is the owner, coordinator, and presenter of Learning Fundamentals, an organisation that gives people the edge over their work and studies. She graduated from Murdoch University in 2009 with a Bachelor of laws and Bachelor of psychology with first class honours, receiving a Vice Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence. In 2017 she completed her doctoral thesis in the area of education and psychology. She has also taught internationally at Zhejiang Normal University in China and lectures on behaviour change and sustainable living at Murdoch University.

10.30 am – morning tea (tai chi in courtyard for those interested in participating)

11.00 am Session 2: Michelle Reeves 

The one man band is still a band! Juggling all the hats…

How to get ‘the edge’ happening in your career
Establishing routines
What is quality assurance and what does it mean to the individual as a freelancer or valued employee? Examining the value of a professional organisation such as IPEd.
Process vs approach.
The customer is always the focus – without them there is no work!

The two rules of business:

Rule # 1 the customer is always right
Rule # 2 refer to rule # 1

Michelle Reeves runs her own small business, On Track Tutorials

12.00 noon Session 3: Andrew Maurice PC from SBDC

Eight steps to start your own business

The Small business development corporation (SBDC) has heaps of resources designed to help those in small business (funny, that!). In this session, Andrew will focus on their latest initiative of aiding those wishing to establish a small business, broken down into eight simple steps.

1.00 pm – lunch

1.45 pm Session 4: Sue James – registered nurse

Let’s relax and prepare our mind for some more learning!

What is mindfulness/meditation/relaxation and what’s its place in small business and in the workplace for one’s wellbeing? A short practical session

2.15 pm Session 5: Kelly Sayers

“What is my why in my work?”

Discovering your voice and your life’s purpose in life and work, and finding your niche through the 5 Ps to prosperity

THE FOUNDATION OF THE 5Ps CERTIFICATION PROGRAMME

  • a clear vision and purpose that inspires you in harmony with your values and heart’s desires
  • unlimited thinking and intuition, inspired action, attracting what you want
  • taking control of your life and ENJOYING IT NOW

**Kelly will have her books and programmes available for sale on the day

3.45 pm Session 6: Plenary and Q&A                                             

4.00 pm – CLOSE

COST

Members          $125 (concession $75)

Non-members  $150 (concession $100)

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