October updates from Talent

VET Cadets

Welcome to the new VET Cadets who have just come on board!

Our 9 new VET Cadets have been placed across the Transport cluster in TfNSW, Sydney Trains, RMS and STA so be sure to say “hi!” if you see them around.

University exams

Good luck to our Talent participants who are starting their university exams!

Make sure to check out our stress less tips so you can better prepare yourself.

Movember

In 2003, Movember kicked off with just 30 moustaches, and now it has developed into 5 million moustaches working for change. The Movember Foundation aims to raise much needed funds for men’s health to stop them from dying too young.

This year, the team at the Sydney Coordination Office is attempting to grow the mo. You can donate to the cause by clicking the moustache. Talent participant Rob Blanch is part of the team and would love your support in what he says will be “an embarrassing attempt at facial hair.”

If you or your office is participating in Movember, we would love to support you – just email us the link to your Mo space and we will share it on Talent HQ.

Talent catch up – Interview Skills

On Friday 12 October, around 50 Talent participants caught up in Petersham for another half-day session on ‘Interview Skills.'

It was a very useful and beneficial session as participants drafted responses to questions from the Transport Interview Library and observed examples of excellent responses to common interview questions.

For more information on interviews at Transport and how to improve the quality of your responses, check out the slides from the session here.

The next workshop will be held on Friday 30 November and will focus on understanding human behaviour with the SCARF model. The session will be a great way to increase self-awareness and enable you to motivate, influence and work collaboratively with others so come along!

Talent Forum 2018

Don’t forget to RSVP for this year’s Talent Forum!

This year’s theme is Human Centred Design (HCD), a creative and innovative approach to problem solving. It will be a fun-filled day with opportunities to develop your professional skills, recognise hard-working participants and learn about program updates.

Check out our recap of last year’s Talent Forum here.

See you there!



VET Cadets

Welcome to the new VET Cadets who have just come on board!

Our 9 new VET Cadets have been placed across the Transport cluster in TfNSW, Sydney Trains, RMS and STA so be sure to say “hi!” if you see them around.

University exams

Good luck to our Talent participants who are starting their university exams!

Make sure to check out our stress less tips so you can better prepare yourself.

Movember

In 2003, Movember kicked off with just 30 moustaches, and now it has developed into 5 million moustaches working for change. The Movember Foundation aims to raise much needed funds for men’s health to stop them from dying too young.

This year, the team at the Sydney Coordination Office is attempting to grow the mo. You can donate to the cause by clicking the moustache. Talent participant Rob Blanch is part of the team and would love your support in what he says will be “an embarrassing attempt at facial hair.”

If you or your office is participating in Movember, we would love to support you – just email us the link to your Mo space and we will share it on Talent HQ.

Talent catch up – Interview Skills

On Friday 12 October, around 50 Talent participants caught up in Petersham for another half-day session on ‘Interview Skills.'

It was a very useful and beneficial session as participants drafted responses to questions from the Transport Interview Library and observed examples of excellent responses to common interview questions.

For more information on interviews at Transport and how to improve the quality of your responses, check out the slides from the session here.

The next workshop will be held on Friday 30 November and will focus on understanding human behaviour with the SCARF model. The session will be a great way to increase self-awareness and enable you to motivate, influence and work collaboratively with others so come along!

Talent Forum 2018

Don’t forget to RSVP for this year’s Talent Forum!

This year’s theme is Human Centred Design (HCD), a creative and innovative approach to problem solving. It will be a fun-filled day with opportunities to develop your professional skills, recognise hard-working participants and learn about program updates.

Check out our recap of last year’s Talent Forum here.

See you there!



Page published: 31 October 2018, 16:21