EduCafe Term 3 2016

We have a really exciting EduCafe planned for this term!

Term 3’s Discussion:

At this event, we will be joined by Dr. Jarrod Haar, from Auckland University of Technology.

Dr Haar will speak to us about technology – how this might change the workplace as we know it and what this means for careers, workers and students.

Dr Jarrod Haar (PhD) is of Ngati Maniapoto and Ngati Mahuta descent. Jarrod is a Professor of HRM in the Department of Management at the Auckland University of Technology and is the Deputy Director of the New Zealand Work Research Institute. Professor Haar has a broad research focus, exploring work-family issues including work-life balance; indigenous (Maori) cultural factors (inclusion); the relationships between leaders and followers; and teams and performance. Professor Haar is ranked as a world class researcher (Ranked ‘A’ in PBRF); is an award winning writer and teacher, and has been on research grants totalling $36 million. He is a keen quantitative researcher, and has over 260 refereed academic outputs (including 65 refereed journal articles) and numerous editorial board roles. His is an Associate Fellow Human Resource Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ); a Research Fellow of the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management; and was the 2016 Winner of the HRINZ HR Researcher of the Year.

How will the evening work?

Modelled on the “World Cafe” style of discussion.

Nibbles and beverages provided.

This EduCafe will be a bit different to previous events. Dr Haar will talk to us about his research, then participants will have the opportunity to discuss the implications of our new learning for schools, education and our learners.

The big question will be –

What do schools need to be like and do in light of the changing work place that our learners will enter into?

Click here for tickets.


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