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We host a range of seminars and workshops throughout the year, as well as a number of distinguished guests.

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All seminars will take place in the following venues between 10 – 11 am, unless otherwise noted:

  • Nathan campus: room –1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis)
  • Gold Coast campus: room 1.11, building G27 (Business 2)

Contact the Centre Manager for a copy of the PowerPoint presentations from a majority of these seminars: wow@griffith.edu.au or 07 3735 3714

Trimester 1, 2019

DateSpeakerTitle
Tuesday 5 February Dr Mahan Poorhosseinzadeh

HDR Coffee n Conversation: Lessons learned from my PhD

Note venues: Room 2.70, building N16 (Macrossan), Nathan campus videolinked to room 3.01, building G23 (Multimedia), Gold Coast campus.

Monday 25 February

Professor Gill Kirton, Queen Mary University of London

Nasreen Sultana, University of Queensland

Professor Yvonne Due Billing, University of Copenhagen

Andrea Smith, Energy Queensland

Elise Stephenson, Griffith University

Rosa Faaliyat, Griffith University

Workshop in Equity, Diversity and Gender in Employment (no. 1)

Time: 9 am - 3:30 pm

Note venue: Room 2.02, building N54 (Bray Centre), Nathan campus.

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Tuesday 5 MarchDr Elliroma Gardiner, Griffith University

The pain and the glory of systematic reviews: Mistakes made, and lessons learnt during the process

Note venues: Room 2.70, building N16 (Macrossan), Nathan campus videolinked to room 1.11, building G27 (Business 2), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/06q0n0

Tuesday 12 MarchProfessor Yvonne Due Billing, University of CopenhagenChanging the narrative: A discussion of the continuing use of binary thinking, e.g. in gender rhetoric

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/76q19c
Tuesday 19 March Professor David Guest, King's College, London; ERHR and WOW

A Conversation about Effective HDR Supervision with Professor David Guest

Time: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Note venues: Room 8.29, building G40 (Griffith Health Centre), Gold Coast campus videolinked to room 2.06, building N54 (Bray Centre), Nathan campus.

Monday 25 MarchProfessor Michael Leiter, Deakin University; School of Psychology and WOW

Preventing burnout by improving relationships with and at work

Note venues: Room 5.04, building M10 (Social Sciences) Mt Gravatt campus videolinked to room -1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis) and room 1.11, building G27 (Business 2), Gold Coast campus.

Tuesday 26 MarchProfessor David Guest, King's College, London; ERHR and WOW

Trade union influence in HRM: The role of external attributions

Note venues: Room 4.01, building G11 (Learning Commons), Gold Coast campus videolinked to room -1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis), Nathan campus.

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/b6qqkr

Spots available at Gold Coast campus.

Friday 12 April

GBS Alumni and WOW

Professor Emeritus Glenda Strachan

Professor Kate Hutchings

Dr Mahan Poorhosseinzadeh

Professor Ruth McPhail (MC)

GBS Alumni and WOW Breakfast: Why are we still talking about gender inequality?

Time: 7 am - 9 am

Note venue: Griffith University Art Gallery, Griffith South Bank campus

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/76qzcq

Wednesday 24 AprilProfessor Keith Townsend, Griffith University

HDR Coffee n Conversation: The PhD journey from a supervisory perspective

Note venues: Room 2.06, building N54 (Bray Centre), Nathan campus videolinked to room 1.11, building G27 (Business 2), Gold Coast campus.

Thursday 2 MayProfessor Gavin Jack, Monash University

Time and menopausal subjectivities in women’s work

Note venues: Room -1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis), Nathan campus videolinked to room 3.01, building G23 (Multimedia), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/46qr2w

Wednesday 8 May Dr Diana Tolmie, Griffith University

Navigating the gig-economy: What we can learn from portfolio career musicians

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/06qv98

Tuesday 14 May Associate Professor Gillian Yeo, University of Western Australia

Slack time at work

Note venues: Room -1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis), Nathan campus videolinked to room 4.47, building G39 (Science, Engineering & Architecture), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/c6qg9c

Wednesday 15 May

ERHR & WOW

Associate Professor Gillian Yeo

Professor Peter Jordan

Professor Kate Hutchings

Associate Professor Alannah Rafferty

Journal Publishing Panel

Time: 1 pm - 2:15 pm

Note venues: Room -1.11, building N78 (Sir Samuel Griffith Centre), Nathan campus skype call to room 1.11, building G27 (Business 2), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/86qglb

Thursday 23 May Professor Mustafa Ozbildin, Brunel University London

Do atypical leaders support workplace diversity?

Note venues: Room 2.06, building N54 (Bray Centre), Nathan campus videolinked to room 3.01, building G23 (Multimedia), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/06qb81

Friday 24 MayProfessor Mustafa Ozbildin, Brunel University London

HDR Coffee n Conversation: Understanding the process of writing papers for academic journals

Note venues: Room -1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis), Nathan campus videolinked to room 3.01, building G23 (Multimedia), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: wow@griffith.edu.au

Tuesday 11 JuneProfessor Peter Jordan, Griffith University

HDR Coffee n Conversation: Why cognitive flexibility matters in completing successful research projects

Note venues: Room -1.18, building N72 (Glyn Davis), Nathan campus videolinked to room 4.47, building G39 (Science, Engineering & Architecture), Gold Coast campus.

RSVP: wow@griffith.edu.au

Trimester 2, 2019

DateSpeakerTitle
Tuesday 9 JulyMartin Wolfslast, University of Duisburg-Essen; Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise and WOW

HDR Seminar: Doing well, not doing good: Why self-regulatory CSR codes do not prevent corporate misconduct

RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/4yqkmg

Tuesday 16 JulyDr Susan Ressia, Griffith University

Are they ready? ER/HR graduates and their transition into employment

Tuesday 23 JulyDr Xiauwen Hu, Queensland University of TechnologyTopic TBA
Wednesday 24 JulyProfessor Carol Atkinson, Manchester Metropolitan University Faculty of Business and Law
HDR Coffee n Conversation: Publishing in high quality journals: How do we know what ‘high quality’ looks like and how does the review process work?
Tuesday 30 JulyProfessor Darren Wishart, Griffith University

Future directions and challenges in transport safety and mobility: Implications for organisations, community and well being

Tuesday 6 AugustProfessors Pauline Dibben & Paul Latreille, Sheffield University
A critical evaluation of ‘disability management’
Wednesday 7 August
Professors Pauline Dibben & Paul Latreille, Sheffield University
HDR Coffee n Conversation: PhDs and academic careers: If only I'd known...
Tuesday 20 AugustDr Sandra Lawrence, Griffith UniversityTopic TBA
Tuesday 27 AugustProfessor Michael O'Donnell, University of New South Wales
Referees or sponsors? The role of evaluators in the promotion of research scientists in a public research organization
Tuesday 3 SeptemberProfessor Fang Lee CookTopic TBA
Tuesday 10 SeptemberProfessor Bruce Kaufman, Georgia State UniversityTopic TBA
Tuesday 17 SeptemberProfessor John Arnold, Loughborough UniversityTopic TBA
Wednesday 18 September
Professor John Arnold, Loughborough University

HDR Coffee n Conversation: Topic TBA

Time: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Tuesday 24 SeptemberDr Sharna Wiblen, University of Wollongong
Humans or robots: Who's better at identifying talent?
Tuesday 1 OctoberProfessor Brad Jackson, Griffith UniversityCollective Dimensions of Leadership: The challenges of connecting theory with method

Trimester 3, 2019

Date Speaker Title
TBA 

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