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APSMA QLD: Next Step 1: Speed Mentoring

  • 14 March 2017
  • 07:30 - 09:00 (AEST)
  • Grant Thornton Australia, Level 18, 145 Ann Street, Brisbane


  • For members of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals Australia and New Zealand (APMP ANZ) chapter

Registration is closed

This is your chance to ask experienced mentors those burning questions.

Be part of an interactive and discussion based session engaging with leaders on topics including managing and fostering effective business relationships, leadership skills, saying no and preserving the relationship and managing your manager – ways to “manage up”.

How does it work? Well, it’s simple really. Find yourself a seat at a table and move to another table when the bell rings.

Come prepared with your questions for the mentors, although there will be prepared conversation starters. You can get solid advice from those who have been there and done it.

Hear the perspectives, ideas and approaches of the following mentors:

  • James Rimmer – Head of Business Development, Australia, Ashurst
  • Jackie McPhee – Corporate Marketing Manager, Cardno
  • Naomi Lynn - Marketing & Client Relations Senior Executive, BDO

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday 14 March, 2017
Time: 7:30 am – 9.00 am
Location: Grant Thornton Australia, Level 18, 145 Ann Street, Brisbane
Price: APSMA Members: $55 (including GST)
Non-Members: $77 (including GST)

A light breakfast will be served. Please advise dietary requirements during registration.

Click here to register now for this event.

Alternatively you can register for the entire 2017 Next Step series below.

2017 Next Step Package:

APSMA Members:

$165 AUD (including GST)


$230 AUD (including GST)

To view and register to the Full Program, please click here.

*Note: the option to purchase the 2017 Next Step Package will expire Monday 13 March 2017, so be sure to secure your package quickly!

APSMA would like to thank our event sponsors:

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