Examples of media outlets, publications and events we’ve been featured in:
Curtin University Alumni Series
Radio Interview on 98.5 FM
Read our advice and quotes in this article about the hidden job market published in The West Australian Newspaper.
Australasian Talent Conference 2017
Watch this Podcast interview recorded live at the Australasian Talent Conference 2017 in Sydney where Shireen talks about the evolving role of executives in today’s HR tech world.
Meeting with Julie Bishop MP
6PR Morning Show
Listen to an interview on 6PR about the latest unemployment figures and current state of the job market in Western Australia.
Australian Computer Society
Channel 7 Today Tonight Show
Presentation on Getting Hired to Engineers Australia members.
Project Management Institute (Western Australia) Panel Event
In March 2016 presented with an expert panel on employability in the Perth ICT market.
My Lecture to University Students on Networking
Read the transcript of my August 2015 lecture to students at Edith Cowan University on the topic of networking.
CoRE (Center of Resources Excellence) Summit 2015
CoRE (Center of Resources Excellence) Summit 2015 on the 7th August a collaboration between Iluka Resources, Chevron and Kent St High School. Well done to Berni Lukaitis for organising the event. My local hero Lyn Beazley AO (pictured bottom right) and other interesting speakers presented. Read the action on the Twitter hashtag #KentStCoRE.
Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) 2015 Annual National Conference
On the 10th April 2015 we presented at the CDAA conference in Perth on the topic of “The Rise of the Hidden Job Market”. Visit the blog post to view the slide and collated notes from the crowdsource activity.
Cleo Australia – Quoted in April 2015 edition
Quoted on page 117 of the April 2015 edition of Cleo Australia. The article is titled “Career FOMO” (Fear Of Missing Out).
Quoted in Naomi Simson’s book “Live What You Love”
On Wednesday 25th June 2014, presented to a group of approximately 100 Engineers at Engineers Australia in Perth.
The topic was “How to Advance Your Career in the New Job Market“. The audience gained insights into how to tap into the hidden sources of jobs and provided tips on how to proactively manage their career in today’s new (tough) job market.
To view the slide deck visit the blog post for the event here
The Australasian Oil and Gas (AOG) Conference 2014
On Thursday 20th Feb 2014 I presented to participants at the Human Capital Conference as part of AOG2014. The topic was “Recruiting Mission Critical Talent 2014“.
Career Management: Access the Hidden Job Market
Published second book in 2013. For details visit the book page here
The Australian Institute of Management (AIM)
Quoted in the AIM 2012/2013 online publication “How You Can Achieve the Career of Your Dreams”.
The Australian Newspaper
Quoted in the newspaper article “Harnessing Your Own Chain Reaction”, featured in The Australian, 19th April 2013. To view the article click here.
The Project Management Institute of Western Australia
Wednesday 11th September 2013, presented to a group of approximately 120 Project Managers at the Project Management Institute in WA. The topic was “How to Advance your Career in Project Management” .
The HR Summit 2013
August 7-8 2013, attended the HR Summit in Perth. As part of that summit Shireen was invited to present to approximately 80 participants on the topic of “Recruiting Top Candidates“.
Here is a link to the slide deck for the presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/sdupreez/recruiting-top-candidates-presentation-to-hr-summit-2013-shireen-dupreez
Featured in the online article “Tips to Get Ahead: 10 Experts Speak Up”. The article was published on the CareerOne website in 2012.
Featured in an online article titled “Becoming the Authority in Your Field”. The article was published on the Business Chicks website on 16th October 2012.
The Executive Search Process: A Step By Step Guide to Finding the Right Candidate – eBook
Published first book in 2010. Further details of the book are on this page.
Human Capital Magazine Online
Online article titled “Five Social Media Pitfalls to Avoid” was published in the Human Capital Magazine Online version on 6th May 2010.
Working Women Magazine
“Just a quick email to thank you again for being one of our fabulous speakers at the Perth event last week. Having been to a number of the summits and other HR events previously, I know how important quality speakers are and you brought not only a level of expertise to your session but also professionalism that engaged the audience.” Event organiser.
“I just wanted to take the opportunity again to pass on my thanks for your involvement with last night’s session at Engineers Australia.
My colleagues spoke quite highly of you when you were recommended to present at this event, and I can now see why. Your insight into the WA job market and advice beyond traditional technical capability was refreshing. Thanks” Event Committee Member.
Thank you for the opportunity to discuss Interviews with you on the ACS Forum, I feel that I have learned so much from you, even though I regard myself as a “serial interviewer”… This we can chat about over coffee!
It was a pleasure facilitating my first panel-event, you 3 made it SOOOO easy
I have had amazing notes sent to me from attendees, thanking us for our impact on their careers, and asking for more (will have to find a spot early next year). Thanking me for our investment, your investment, impacting their careers!
I hope that we get to see each other soon again.
Thank you again for your honesty and style, and being part of my introduction to public speaking!” Event Organiser.
“Thank you for an engaging, thought-provoking and practical day. I came away re-invigorated and armed with a wide array of ideas and tools that will help me move forward – both professionally and personally”. Event attendee.
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