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Presented by Lyn Goodear, as part of the Wiley Professional Learning seminar, 'Across the Professions'. For info visit http://wileyprolearning.wordpress.com or follow us @WileyProLearn

Presented by Lyn Goodear, as part of the Wiley Professional Learning seminar, 'Across the Professions'. For info visit http://wileyprolearning.wordpress.com or follow us @WileyProLearn

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Case Study: Professional Development at the AHRI - Lyn Goodear Case Study: Professional Development at the AHRI - Lyn Goodear Presentation Transcript

  • Professional Development Across the Professions Lyn Goodear, National Manager Professional Development andDeputy CEO of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI)
  • “Education over the Internet is going to be so bigit is going to make email look like a rounding error.” Source: President of CISCO, JT Chambers
  • Presented at the Wiley seminarProfessional Development Across the Professions Melbourne, 1 March 2012 #pdmelb wileyprolearning.wordpress.com
  • The brief: A ‘micro’ case study: The HR Profession . . . and how AHRI approaches the challenge of „professionalising the HR profession
  • Every year, around 1 million workers change jobs, with ¼ also changing industriesDid you know? Source: Julia Gillard‟s speech – Feb 6 2012, Building a New Economy Absenteeism hits the bottom line of some of our big brand companies by as much as $30 million in „lost‟ wages each year* Low productivity is estimated to cost some of our big banks as much as $2-$3 billion each year* *Source: Macquarie Economics Research – ESG Evaluating Employee Engagement - 28 June 2011
  • Did you also know …That where a business has high engagement scores, they will experience on average:• 12% higher customer satisfaction ratings• 6% higher profitability• 18% higher productivity• 25-49% lower voluntary staff turnover, depending on the sector;• 49% fewer safety incidents• 27% less inventory shrinkage for relevant sectors• 37% lower absenteeism• 60% fewer quality issues Source: 2009 Gallop study of 152 organisations across 44 industries in 26 countries with almost 1 million employees
  • Changing legislationAnd the The goes list Changing technologies and ways of workingon… Changing workforce demographics and there‟s more …
  • The challenge:“I love working with people, so have decided to make my career in HR”
  • About AHRI• 60+ years national association representing HR professionals in Australia• 18,000+ members in the Australia & Asia Pacific region• 550 leading Australian organisation members• 500+ events per annum with over 10,000 attendees• Member of the World Federation of People Management Associations & the Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resources
  • “Shaping the future of theprofession through our members” • Represent and lead the HR profession to improve standards, practices, and impact • Build capability, enhance professional effectiveness and be a career partner for our members
  • Professional Recognition Framework PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP TYPE CRITERIA FOR MEMBERSHIP - AHRI accredited or relevant undergraduate qualification; OR Member (MAHRI) - Equivalent knowledge, skills and experience (minimum four years) - AHRI accredited or relevant postgraduate qualification + five or more years of relevant work experience; Certified OR Professional - Equivalent knowledge, skills and experience (minimum eight years) (CAHRI) - AHRI accredited or relevant postgraduate qualification - Eight or more years of HR experience with a minimum of two years in a strategic management or Fellow (FAHRI) leadership position - Equivalent knowledge, skills and experience - Demonstrated contribution to the HR profession
  • Specialist Forums & EventsThe PD The response Research papers, publications, submissions and monthly magazine - HRMonthly Mentoring Programs and Awards Professional education programs & short courses Conferences, Conventions and World Congress Social media including: Twitter, Facebook, AHRI blog and LinkedIn
  • CPDedgeA secure online system to: - create personalised professional development plans - automatically record all registered AHRI CPD activities - allow for the recording of any other CPD activities in one online location - produce a summary of all CPD activity
  • Type 1 Formal educationThe PDThe mix Type 2 Learning activities Type 3 Conferences/seminars Type 4 Presentation of papers Type 5 Industry involvement Type 6 Service to the HR profession Type 7 Informal learning
  • EvidenceThe technicalities The Internal audit procedures Non compliance Regrading Peer Review
  • And what have we found?
  • Checking in … A „micro‟ case study: the HR Profession . . . and how AHRI approaches the task of „professionalising the HR profession‟ Any questions…?
  • One more incentive . . .“Low-skilled, low-paid workers have seen their jobs disappear offshore. Now it‟s the turn of educated professionals” Source: Matt Barrie, owner of the Freelancer.com and BRW‟s inaugural entrepreneur of the year in 2011 GoodWeekend, Feb 25 2012