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Thought Leadership Series 2022

Future workforce

Thought Leadership Series 2022

Future workforce

Webinar 4 - On demand

Addressing the declining pipeline of employees entering the resources sector

The resources industry faces growing challenges including a declining supply of graduates, strong competition with other industries for talent combined with an ageing workforce of traditional miners.

This panel addressed:

  • Macro trends impacting the pipeline of new people entering the industry
  • Specific challenges such as negative industry perceptions and what younger generations are looking for in their careers
  • Strategies employers are utilising to tailor their approach and programs to attract and retain talent


Dr Gavin Lind

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Australian Minerals & Energy Skills Alliance (AUSMESA)

Ismet Canbulat

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Professor and Head of School
Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering

Michelle Gibson

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Head of Learning and Development
Nicole Brook

Nicole Brook

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Board Director

Nikki Hartrey

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Human Resources Manager
Agnico Eagle

Other webinars in the Series

Innovating for success in a digital era

Online, 17 June

Navigating the ever evolving landscape of advanced technologies. Automation, generative-AI and remote sensing are just some of the technologies challenging the status quo.

Investing in a sustainable future

Online, 24 June

Can mining leaders secure investments to drive growth and development in a new era? How can Australia’s mining companies attract investment for the energy transition?  

Achieving a nature positive advantage

Online, 26 August

With new public regulatory requirements globally, and increased requirements to measure biodiversity and the nature-related impacts how are companies disclosing these measures?

Critical minerals

Securing Australia’s competitive advantage to meet the world’s critical minerals needs Webinar 5

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