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Member Social Meetup – Psychometric Sundowner

This event is a collaboration between Pollinators Inc and the Midwest WA Network of Australian Human Resources Institute.

Meet and catch-up with Pollinators members at our monthly Third Friday Social Meetup. Each month we bring together inspiring topics and guests in compelling conversations that attract thinkers, doers, innovators and creators. 

Free for members, $10 for non-members. Nibbles included, drinks by donation.

RSVP please: Pollinators Members through Podio link or non-members through AHRI


Have you ever done a psychometric test for work, personal development or recruitment?

Ever wondered about how they can be used, what else is out there, and why they are so popular? 

Then join us for a…

Psychometric Sundowner

Psychometric instruments are used widely across organisations, especially as part of coaching and leadership development programs. They are also commonly used by athletes and entrepreneurs to aid professional and personal development. AHRI and Pollinators have brought together a panel of local experts who utilise psychometric tests, to provide an overview of different tools and their benefits. After initial presentations from the panel, there will be a Q&A session, followed by a short facilitated discussion on recruitment, selection and development. There will be lots of opportunity to network with other professionals, people managers and business owners, plus the speakers and gain an insight into the current world of recruitment and development in the Midwest.


  • 5:00pm — AHRI network meeting (to deal with formalities with their members) / Drinks food and networking (for Pollinators members)
  • 5:30pm — Welcome and introductions
  • 5:45pm — Short presentations from guests, sharing psychometric tools they use, benefits, insights and tips with Q&A
  • 6:15pm — Audience Q&A and facilitated discussion
  • 6:45pm — Closing comments


Psychometric Tools to be discussed include:

Free for members, $10 for non-members. Nibbles included, drinks by donation.

RSVP please: Pollinators Members through Podio link or non-members through AHRI

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New Membership Options And Even More Affordable Coworking

Pollinators has made changes to its services and pricing that will benefit members and enable the organisations sustainability. These changes are aligned with: Pollinators 2015-2020 Strategy, especially regarding catering for a diversity of needs, ensuring core services are financially sustainable and adding more options for digital delivery and participation from other regions in WA. Independent and in-house evaluations and surveys, especially the […]

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Pollinators Inc 2015 AGM – Growing Our Impact And Planning For a Disruptive Future

Pollinators members gathered on Friday 22nd May to celebrate and reflect on the challenges and changes from the 2014 financial year, and share in the Board’s aspirations for a connected, collaborative, creative and ‘disruptive’ future for the organisation. Far from a traditional AGM, Pollinators ‘Awesome Gathering of Members’ featured the first GeroSoup crowd-funding event with 3 creative environmental projects receiving investment […]

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Flock Final Celebration

Please Join us for this Invitation only event

Friday 27 June 2014 5:30pm – 7:30pm

An opportunity for all the Flock participants, Mentors and the Pollinators Team to share in:

  • what has been learnt
  • how they are going to continue to “Fly Further Faster Together”
  • food and drinks
  • fantastic company

Please RSVP/book your ticket by 12pm Wednesday 25 June for catering purposes

If you have any dietry needs please email them to

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Featured Member: Natasha Colliver

As David Bornstein, author of “How to Change the World” said: “Social entrepreneurs identify resources where people only see problems. They view the community as the solution, not the passive beneficiary. They begin with the assumption of competence and unleash resources in the communities they’re serving.” ( 2012) This quote really resonated with me, as […]

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