The Project Manager's Role for Indigenous Inclusion

WA
Jul 04
Let's work together for a shared future

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Join us in preparation for NAIDOC Week 2019!

What lessons can we learn from adopting successful cultural inclusion practices to work towards a shared future in Western Australia?  As project managers we can make a difference and engage with Indigenous communities.  Our team of panellists will share their success stories and invite discussion on practices that all project managers can adopt.  

Tim Milsom, Executive Officer and Oral McGuire, Director both from Noongar Chamber of Commerce and Industry offer a wealth of knowledge and experience in bringing together Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities.  Jarrad Oakley Nicholls, Executive Leader - Employment Programs at the Wirpanda Foundation will highlight his successes and challenges from Indigenous engagement in the Construction Industry.   Phil Collins, WA Program Manager at Career Trackers Indigenous Internship discusses his role in leading the WA program in which over 50 students completed their internship.

The NAIDOC 2019 theme acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have always wanted an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia's democracy.  We can all make this happen in our own work environment by creating a diverse culture and understanding the benefits of inclusion for all.

Join us at RSM to be a part of this insightful panel and post discussion networking with industry colleagues.

Member $20 | Non-member $30
CPD : 4 points

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