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The Future of Work: webinar series

The way we work is evolving, so what can you do to future-proof your workplace?

Join us for a discussion about how the future of work is impacting company culture, productivity and growth.

This is a time of unprecedented disruption, and the pace of change is only getting faster. The global shift to remote working led many to question why bother returning to the office. As a result, the current workspace environment has had to up its game: innovation, collaboration, creativity and employee health is now an expectation.

While digital transformation can be a tool to facilitate the above, humans still need cohesion, contact and learning, and the workplace needs to support this too.

In this webinar, experts will discuss 

  • How to maintain and enhance, or create a better culture in the new hybrid workplace environment
  • Staying competitive and fostering innovation throughout the disruption
  • How do you shift your survival mindset to a thriving, growth mentality?
  • What happens if you don’t adopt the new hybrid way of working?
.                     When: December 3, 2020 11:00 AM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  

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This webinar will kickstart your workplace strategy and is a must watch for forward thinking business leaders, especially those who are managing teams.

The Speakers 

Cassandra Kirk

Cassandra Kirk

Head of Design & Strategy, Axiom Workplaces

With over 20 years globally as a design leader and consultant, Cass specialises in strategic, evidence-based design.

She has extensive experience on a wide range of global workplace, commercial, industrial, retail and government projects.

A strategic thinker, customer centric designer and inclusive collaborator, Cass deliberately thinks out of the box to consider all possibilities for her clients, so they can achieve a thriving workplace inherently impacting the productivity, engagement and culture of the team..


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Hamish Hay, MAICD

Chief People Officer, Austrade

Hamish Hay is a strategic CPO, HR Business Partner and people leader with extensive experience in major facets of Human Resource management. He is also President of disability not-for-profit My Choice My Support.

He possesses qualifications in HR Management and a Post-Masters in Organisation Development & Strategy.

Hamish's expertise extends across multiple functional areas of specialisation including talent management, strategic and succession planning, operational and organisational consulting to increase business and commercial productivity and enable delivery on strategic goals and outcomes. His experience covers global and multinational companies, and has included coaching, influencing and advising senior management through to HR strategy and implementation. He has held senior roles at companies such as Leidos, Avaya, Siemens, The World Bank and the Australian Government.

Hamish is a results-oriented advocate of making things happen; he believes, "a crisis does not build character, but rather reveals it" (Paolo Gallo).

 

Julie Alexander CCI

Julie Alexander

Culture, Business Performance & People Change Specialist, Culture Incorporated

Julie Alexander is the creator of the annual #CULTUREConnectivesTM, the monthly #CULTUREBitesTM and Culture IncorporatedTM.

She is passionate about stopping people from having one of “those days” in the office by supercharging teams, unleashing the power of people, and shifting company culture. 

An international executive with over 25 years’ experience working with blue-chip companies like Avis, Lloyds Bank, CommBank, and the British Government, Julie also works with start ups, scale ups and SMEs, unlocking the full potential of passionate people doing their life’s work through making 2mm ShiftsTM.  She helps companies doing good in the world do even better
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Meet the Moderator

 

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Mehul Joshi

Senior Partner, Stephenson Mansell Group

Mehul Joshi is a Senior Partner and Head of the Leadership Practice at the Stephenson Mansell Group.

He is a sought-after consultant and executive coach in leadership development and employee engagement, with a career spanning three decades and four continents. He has implemented successful interventions for a wide range of clients including ANZ Bank, CBA, JP Morgan, Telstra, and

As a former award-winning BBC News journalist, he continues to write on the subject of leadership for a broad range of publications globally, including for the Australian Financial review.