PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE IMPERATIVE TO FUTURE-PROOF CULTURE
Post-Covid, workplace culture is still trying to find its balance. As well as a seismic shift in the employer-employee relationship, leaders and teams struggle with high workloads, burnout, conflicting views on flexibility, and cost of living pressures.
But more change is to come.
As a follow-up to the WORK-LIFE EVENT OF THE YEAR Adam Grant LIVE, Growth Faculty presents an interactive virtual panel discussion on the challenges for work culture in 2024.
Culture Institute CEO Karl Treacher will lead a panel of experts - Carlo Tarquinio (Group Brand & Innovation Director, Reece Group), Nina Azzopardi (Head of People & Culture, Beyond Blue) and Katrina Blair (CFO, Tennis Australia) for a conversation moderated by CEO of The Executive Connection (TEC) Stephanie Christopher. The discussion will cover three specific challenges Karl predicts will disrupt organisations in 2024 and beyond:
This panel discussion will spotlight these and other likely pressure points for organisations that reinforce the need for healthy cultures. Bring your team and discover what’s needed to future proof your culture.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast…. but without the right culture you’ll never pull strategy off.” – Karl Treacher
OVER 90 MINUTES, THE PANEL WILL ADDRESS:
In this highly interactive masterclass:
Information packed and highly practical, this masterclass is a must-attend for:
Karl Treacher, CEO of The Culture Institute Group (encompassing The Brand Institute, and The Culture Institute of Australia), has devoted over 25 years to cultivating brands and culture across 12 countries. His expertise lies in guiding organisations on aligning reputation, brand, culture, and experience, and his career showcases interactions with figures like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Australian Olympic teams and luminaries.
Championing cultural evolution of leading Australian organisations, Karl immerses in diverse leadership teams to enable “deep insights to deployment.” He is the founder of CultureCon™, the author of the Australian Workplace Culture Guidelines and published articles and has appeared on platforms from TEDx to the Committee for Economic Development in Australia (CEDA).
Katrina Blair, CFO of Tennis Australia is a finance and transformation leader with a passion for developing individuals and inspiring teams to achieve extraordinary outcomes.
As Chief Financial Officer, Katrina leads the Finance, Procurement, Integrity & Compliance and Risk functions for Tennis Australia and the State & Territory Tennis Member Associations across Australia. Prior to Tennis, Katrina held a variety of leadership roles over 20 years in mining and resources. She was Vice President Projects at Orica, where she led the transformation of their finance department. Prior to Orica, she spent 18 years with BHP including Vice President Reporting, CFO for Worsley Alumina, CFO for the Ekati Diamond Mine and Project Director of Finance transformation leading a project to enhance the commercial influence and capability of BHP’s Finance function.
CEO of The Executive Connection (TEC) across Australia and New Zealand, Stephanie is an accomplished business leader with over 20 years’ experience in the corporate sector.
Prior to TEC, Stephanie successfully guided CEB SHL Talent Measurement through extensive growth and global best practice initiatives as the ANZ Managing Director. She believes the key to success for any organisation is a true understanding of the importance of leadership and the talent needed to achieve its objectives.
Great content, user-friendly format, many ideas that will help my business and that can be applied immediately" Sensemaker Services
Very insightful and relevant topic with practical strategies and advice from an engaging subject matter expert!" Yvette English
Really terrific way to learn in a conscious time frame and manner - face to face with key people that are anywhere in the world." Parkitect Australia