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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.

Trimester 1, 2018

DateSpeakerTitle
Monday 5 February Professor Tony Dundon, Manchester Business School

The challenges for fair voice

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

Tuesday 6 March Professor Jimmy Donaghey, Warwick Business School Managerial silencing of employee voice - NATHAN  VENUE FULLY BOOKED.
Thursday 8 March

Professor Yvonne due Billing, University of Copenhagen and WOW

Carolina Bouten Pinto, Griffith University

Mahan Poorhosseinzadeh, Griffith University

Lorraine Tulele, Griffith University

Tho (Alan) Alang, RMIT

Jack Hayes, Griffith University

Ainslie Meiklejohn, Griffith University

Workshop in Equity, Diversity and Gender in Employment (no. 1) - PROGRAM  and book of ABSTRACTS (PDF 201KB)

Note venue: Room 1.19, building N78 (Sir Samuel Griffith), Nathan campus

Time: 9:30 - 4 pm

Tuesday 13 March Professor David Guest, King's College, London; ERHR and WOW The new career: myth or reality? - NATHAN VENUE  FULLY BOOKED.
Wednesday 18 April

Dr Amanda Biggs, ERHR and WOW

EVENT CANCELLED

"Feeling hot, hot, hot": organisational approaches to psychological and physical health at work 

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED (it will be rescheduled at a later date)

Thursday 19 April Dr Eva Selenko, Loughborough University

Higher Degree Research roundtable: The PhD journey: a maze, a mystery or a marvel?

Note venues: Room 2.30, building N78 (Sir Samuel Griffith), Nathan campus videolinked to room 4.27/4.47, building G39 (Science, Engineering, Architecture), Gold Coast campus

Time: 2:15 - 3:15 pm

 
Monday 23 April Dr Eva Selenko, Loughborough University

The meaning of atypical work on identity, wellbeing and behaviour: introduction to a research program

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

Tuesday 1 May Dr Helen Delaney, Auckland University From participation to collaboration? Challenges to sustaining institutional change in enterprise level management and employment relations
Tuesday 1 May

HDR members’ Coffee ‘n’ Conversation

Guest speaker: Dr Helen Delaney, Auckland University of Technology EVENT CANCELLED

RSVP to WOW HDR Representative, Fiona Archontoulis: fiona.archontoulis@griffithuni.edu.au

Time: 11:15 - 12 pm  THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Tuesday 8 May Professor Bradley Bowden, Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources, and WOW Understanding and countering postmodernism in business studies
Tuesday 15 May

Dr Jillian Cavanagh, LaTrobe University

Dr Amie Shaw, Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources, Griffith University

Workers with intellectual disability and developing career-related outcomes

Tuesday 22 May

Safa Riaz, Higher Degree Researcher, Department of International Business and Asian Studies, and WOW

Qian Yi Lee, Higher Degree Researcher, Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources, and WOW

A systematic review of the high-performance paradigm

The formality and informality of performance management

Tuesday 29 May Professor Peter Ackers, WOW Higher Degree Researcher event: Developing a PhD intellectual project
Wednesday 30 May Professor Peter Ackers, WOW

Life-writing as Historical Social Science - putting people back in? Some exploratory thoughts

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

Trimester 2, 2018

DateSpeakerTitle
Tuesday 17 July Dr Matthew Xerri, Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources, Griffith University To be advised
Tuesday 31 July Professor Kristine Dery, MIT and The University of Sydney

To be advised

Time: 10 - 11:30 am

Thursday 2 August

HDR members’ Coffee ‘n’ Conversation

RSVP to WOW HDR Representative, Fiona Archontoulis: fiona.archontoulis@griffithuni.edu.au

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

Time:10:30 - 11:30 am

Tuesday 21 August Dr Huiping Xian, Sheffield Business School To be advised
Thursday 23 AugustDr Huiping Xian, Sheffield Business SchoolTopic: supervising Chinese students
Tuesday 28 August Dr Huiping Xian, Sheffield Business School Topic: From PhD to academic career
Tuesday 4 September Professor Liz Jones, School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University To be advised
Tuesday 18 September Professor Ingrid Nielsen, Deakin University To be advised
Wednesday 3 October Professor Michelle Brown, University of Melbourne

To be advised

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

Tuesday 23 October Keynote speaker: Professor Judith Pringle, Auckland University of Technology and WOW

Workshop in Equity, Diversity and Gender in Employment (no. 2)

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

Time: 9:30 - 4 pm

Tuesday 30 OctoberAssociate Professor Gavin Schwarz, University of New South Wales Business SchoolTo be advised
Thursday 1 November

HDR members’ Coffee ‘n’ Conversation

RSVP to WOW HDR Representative, Fiona Archontoulis: fiona.archontoulis@griffithuni.edu.au

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

Time: 10:30 - 11:30 am

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