Connections That Count | Weekly Wrap-Up

Congratulations to Sacred Heart Mission for another successful Heart of St Kilda concert held last Tuesday evening at the iconic Palais Theatre. A great line-up of talented performers brilliantly hosted by the very entertaining Brian Nankervis.

Last week also saw what will be the final CTC event for 2018. Fully subscribed, 10 very different and accomplished professionals met for the first time. After some trial and error we have finally landed on a great new venue that works well after the closure of Hercules Morse in South Melbourne. The Barre in the Art Centre precinct, on a ‘dark night’, proved highly successful and their professional staff looked after us brilliantly.  Thank you Scott and the team #thebarre.  Lots of lively and robust conversation ensued as professionals across both NFP and Commercial sectors exchanged both points of view and LinkedIn addresses. An attendees list will follow ASAP.

I want to thank everyone who has attended a CTC event during the year….I hosted 6 in total throughout 2018.  All have worked extremely well which can sometimes be a bit of a risk when you throw complete strangers together in a room for a couple of hours over a glass of wine, but all 6 events have been highly successful. I greatly look forward to starting CTC up again in 2019 with the first event kicking off in February.

Podcast of the week:

TED Talk: How to Raise Gutsy Girls

Until next week,

Susie Rogers

Current Permanent Roles:

  • Senior HR Business Partner (6 Month Contract)
  • Part Time Fundraising Bequests
  • Family Violence Team Leader
  • Various Family Violence Roles
  • Major Donor Manager
  • Business Development Managers – QLD (x3)

A Word From The Temp Desk:

Through RR our successful businesses are able to rely on our  Temp Professionals to support the office function or even manage the office function efficiently, often being able to provide innovations and add value to benefit the company based on their extensive industry sector experience and skill base.

Key success factors and support provided by the RR Consulting team prior to a temp professional starting a new assignment are:

Knowledge: Is knowing the business sector, the company and the key contacts prior to the Temp Professional starting their new assignment  – our RR Consultants will provide this insight and advice to assist with the knowledge needed for our Temp Professional.

Technology: It is important that Temp Professionals are tech-savvy and well versed in the company’s technology – our RR Consultants provide that insight and will work with the Temp Professionals to ensure through assessments and the interview process that they are comfortable, confident and prepared for the new assignment.

Culture alignment: It is important that the RR Consultant considers the company culture and ensures that they select a Temp Professional who will enjoy their assignment and fit the company values and culture. This is done through understanding the company and the interview with the Temp Professional.

Matilda Hubbard

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