Property Careers Webinar Series Part 2: Skills of the Future (G180808)

1:00pm Wednesday, 8 August 2018
2:00pm Wednesday, 8 August 2018
Webinar
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The world of work is changing – and some jobs are changing faster than others. According to McKinsey & Co., the rapid advancement will lead to massive job losses, as entire industries may cease to exist, including up to seven million jobs by 2020. Highly predictive work, in particular, will be vulnerable.

However, it is also predicted that two million new positions will be created. Soon we will only be as good as the skills we possess. But what skills are they, and how can we make sure we keep pace?

By surveying the chief HR officers at some of the world’s leading companies, the World Economic Forum has released The Future of Jobs report revealing the top 10 skills you’ll need by 2020.

The API invites you to join us and our stellar list of speakers to discuss what they see are the skills of the future and how they are particularly applicable to the property industry. 

The Skills of the Future will be the focus of this second webinar, exploring questions such as:

  • What skills will property professionals need in the future?
  • What training should property professionals be getting now to ensure their ongoing employability?
  • How do we understand, architect and leverage change?
  • and many more...

Presenters

  • Dr Judith Callanan, Associate Dean - Property & Valuation, RMIT
  • Jazmin Poyser, Chair, API Young Property Professionals - Vic and Valuer, Urbis
  • Michelle Gibbings, Founder and Managing Director, Change Meridian
 
Read more about the presenters
Judith Callanan

Dr Judith Callanan
Associate Dean - Property & Valuation, RMIT

Dr Judith Callanan is Program Director for the Property & Valuation programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level within the School of Property, Construction & Project Management. 

Judith's main areas of teaching are within the areas of Property Development and Asset Management.

She joined RMIT after working within the Property industry in senior management roles incorporating property development and asset management of large portfolios including airports.

Jazmin Poyser

Jazmin Poyser
Chair, API Young Property Professionals - Vic
Valuer, Urbis

Jazmin is a Senior Valuer in the Real Estate Advisory team at Urbis. She has four years experience in delivering commercial valuations for acquisition, financial reporting and mortgage purposes as well as property and feasibility advice. She predominantly is focussed on Melbourne CBD and city fringe markets with her clients comprising major institutional funds, syndicates and private investors.

Jazmin began her professional career with Urbis in 2014 after graduating from Bachelor of Environments at University of Melbourne. Jazmin completed her Master of Property from University of Melbourne in 2015 and was awarded a Dean's Honours Award. She was a participant in the inaugural PCA 100 Women in Property Program during 2016 and qualified as a Certified Practicing Valuer in late 2016. She is the current Chair of the Victorian Young Property Professionals and sits on the organising committee for the 2018 API National Conference.

Michelle Gibbings

Michelle Gibbings
Founder and Managing Director, Change Meridian

As an expert in helping organisations, teams and individuals get fit for the future of work, and Author of ‘Step Up – How to Build your Influence at Work’ and ‘Career Leap – How to Reinvent and Liberate your Career’, Michelle’s work lives at the crux of understanding, architecting and leveraging change.

Obsessed with unlocking high-impact choices to accelerate meaningful progress, Michelle is enabling a new breed of leader – one that is able to thrive in a complex, changing world.

She has more than twenty years’ senior executive experience across multiple industries.  Using that experience, she now works with some of the world’s largest organisations to optimise organisational outcomes by building the capability and capacity of their leaders to lead.

Michelle has multiple qualifications, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of Finsia and the Australian Institute of Managers and Leaders, and alumnus of Leadership Victoria’s Williamson Community Leadership Program.  She regularly appears and writes for major national publications and media outlets.

Michelle's Book offer
Participants of this webinar will be able to access a special offer for Michelle’s latest book, Career Leap: How to Reinvent and Liberate your Career which will be announced on the day. 

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