Achievements for 2010 – Was it Worthwhile?

What did I achieve in 2010 in the post GFC period?  It has been a tough year but small achievements lead to recognised leadership in the HR community if you are committed. Listed below are my efforts to add value to the HR profession in Queensland.

 Contribution to the Queensland HR profession:

  • Vice President AHRI Queensland State Council
  • Convenor AHRI Queensland Attraction, Recruitment and Retention Forum
  • Speaker at the AusRail 2010 Conference in Brisbane – ‘Attracting Talent to the Rail Industry’
  • 10 years as a Mentor in Queensland University of Technology Mentor Program
  • Mentor – Queensland Health Indigenous Mentor Program
  • Participant – Queensland Health Future Leaders Program
  • Gained leadership wisdom and personal insight by undertaking the 6 day trek at Katherine Gorge Northern Territory
  • HR Strategic Partners Blog launched to contribute to the discussion that HR has a role to play in business as a strategic partner
  • Achieved 500+ connections on LinkedIn with 10.7 million network contacts
  • Engaged Ron Crump (ICF) as a business coach and professional buddy

This might be a useful exercise. Doesn’t matter whether it was a hit or not, it just matters that you were focused on your career and professional goals.

I didn’t do all this myself… far from it. Thanks to Tony Gibson, Ron Crump, Rod Anderson. Thought Leaders such as Marshall Goldsmith and Dulise Maxwell.

Your turn to post your achievements somewhere… Seth Godwin suggests that you’ll probably be surprised at how much you accomplished last year. Go ahead and share with your friends, colleagues or the web… don’t be shy.

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