IIANZ / ISACA Lunchtime Education
Friday 26 June 2009
The Wellington ISACA & IIA lunchtime education sessions for 2009 are being held jointly on the last Friday of each month. Format
12.00 – 12.45 ISACA Session
12.45 – 13.15 Networking Lunch
13.15 – 14.00 IIA Session
For catering purposes please register your interest, also any special dietary requirements with email@example.com by Monday 22 June. Please ensure you register on time.
There is a charge of $15 for a member or $20 for a non member to attend one or both of the sessions. This includes the networking lunch.
Level 16, Deloitte House, 10 Brandon St, Wellington
ISACA Session (12.00 – 12.45)
Learning from ‘Failure’
The presentation focuses on the learnings, especially in a governance context, of project ‘failure’. It is based on some major projects the presenter became involved in, some years apart, the similarities and the lessons for participants and others.
Peter Salmon, CA – Principal at Manning Charles & Associates Ltd
Peter is a senior executive and consultant with an extensive business management, professional services leadership and delivery background. He combines this with significant organisational change, business assessment, and resource management experience. This is complemented by having worked in a number of countries and a varied range of business sectors. For many years he has been involved in developing and leading consulting practices in a variety of disciplines.
Peter’s consulting practice experience includes IT consulting, general consulting, financial investigations and valuations, and litigation support.
His other experience includes:- practice development, practice management including service economics and profitability, quality assurance and resource management, especially as regards the IT sector.
This knowledge and expertise is combined with a strong record of achievement. For many years Peter has worked with CxO level executives, management and staff to provide business focused outcomes to issues.
IIANZ Lunchtime Session (13.15 – 14.00)
“The people who get on in this world”, wrote George Bernard Shaw, “are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can’t find them, make them.” The current economic climate calls for a robust career management plan, one that will, despite the recession-like conditions, progress your career in Internal Auditing by understanding the key factors needed to develop your career to the next level. People who find career opportunities and put themselves into positions to be “luckier” than some of their colleagues rely on an elegant combination of strategy and effort.
Kim Coates, Organisational Psychologist, Momentum Consulting
Kim is a trained counsellor and has over 14 years experience working with both individuals and groups assisting them with career development, management and transition. Having worked across a number of public and private sector organisations, she has significant expertise in analysing psychometric assessment tools for the purposes of performance and leadership coaching, individual and team development activities. She has high levels of experience and expertise in high performance coaching, personal/professional development training and group process facilitation. Kim holds a Masters degree in Industrial/Organisational Psychology (1st Class Honours) and has completed the Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial/Organisational Psychology.