Corporate Education course

UQ Business School Downtown, Level 19, Central Plaza One, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane.

The importance of human capital as a source of intangible value to an organisation is well recognised and documented. Today, reciprocity, authenticity and engagement build the social capital which contributes to an organisation's long-term viability. This includes developing an understanding how human capital needs to work within and contribute to the overall strategy of their organisation.
 
This course will focus on how 'talent' and 'human capital' will help leaders create and sustain a high-performance organisation and build long-term value. Participants will be able to apply key insights on strategy and human capital in today's work place. Drawing upon recent research and experience in leading and managing people, this course is for 'thought leaders' within the human resource profession and for line managers who really understand that people make or break their business.
 How to register:
Register online or download the registration form from the UQBS Corporate Education website. For further information contact UQBS Corporate Education, telephone (07) 3346 7111 or email corped@business.uq.edu.au.

Mr Greg Latemore, Ms Marianne Roux and Dr Scott McCarthy

Mr Greg Latemore is Director of Latemore & Associates Pty Ltd, Organisational and Management Consultants, which was established in Brisbane in 1993. Greg also has a background in philosophy. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (1978) and the inaugural Master of Management (1988), both from The University of Queensland. He specialises in executive coaching, leadership development and strategic management. He is an industry fellow at UQ Business School and lectures part time in organisational behaviour, change, human resource management and strategic management (Masters level).
 Ms Marianne Roux is a Director in Deloitte's Human Capital Practice based in Brisbane. Marianne has a Masters degree in Industrial Psychology and 17 years experience in human capital consulting and as a human capital director. For the last 7 years she managed her own consultancy and taught part-time at a Business School. She has worked across a wide range of sectors including Consumer Products, Education, Electricity & gas, Energy & Resources, Financial Services, Government and Health. Her expertise includes Change Management, Leadership Development, Organisation and Human Resource Transformation, Performance Management and Talent Management.
 Dr Scott McCarthy is a Lecturer in Finance at UQ Business School. He has a PhD in Finance. Scott has eighteen years experience in various Australian universities and has worked with numerous government and private sector companies in the area of financial management. Scott is committed to teaching and learning, holding a teaching focussed academic position at UQ Business School.