Evidence-Based Management Masterclass with Prof Rob Briner & Dr Lisa J. Griffiths

Appearing in Melbourne for this special one-off event, Professor Rob Briner will deliver a Masterclass on evidence-based practice and management.

If you are passionate about evidence-based practice or want to know more about the increasing use of evidence-based management to deliver better outcomes, then this is one event you do not want to miss!

Suitable for executives, program managers, team leaders or anyone in or seeking to be in a leadership role, Professor Briner’s Masterclass will cover topics such as: What is evidence-based practice and where does it come from? How does evidence-based practice apply to management? Why is evidence‑based practice important in every organisation, particularly those who engage in philanthropy, or whose work impacts the well-being of individuals and communities?

OzChild Chief Executive Officer, Dr Lisa J. Griffiths will also deliver a keynote address, focusing on her doctoral work on leadership.

Morning tea and light refreshments will be served.

When: Wednesday 17 July, 9:00am-1:00pm 
Where: Citadines on Bourke, 131-135 Bourke St, Melbourne

Register here. 
Tickets to this event are limited, so get in quick!

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