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    • 20 Feb 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Goldfinch Restaurant, Pullman Hotel, cnr Ann & Roma Streets, Brisbane 4000
    • 3
    Register

    AIEA Maven Lunch

    Mal Walker FAIEA will host an Advisory Group lunch where the future directions of AIEA will be examined and set.

    The attendees of this periodic meeting are senior members (annual CAIEA and FAIEA) only. The purpose is to examine the workings and offerings of AIEA from a member's perspective and to create policy for the provision of services to the AIEA membership.

    To achieve an effective working environment, the attendance will be limited to six bookings.

    A working paper will be circulated to the attendees prior to the lunch.


    Lunch is a la carte and the cost of the food and drink is subsidised by AIEA: https://www.goldfinchbrisbane.com.au/



    • 21 Feb 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Lower Ground Floor Boardroom, 454 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
    Register

    THIS LEADER-AS-COACH MASTERCLASS IS DESIGNED FOR LEADERS LOOKING TO EQUIP THEMSELVES WITH SKILLS VITAL TO NAVIGATE TOUGH TIMES.

    Leaders in many sectors are facing once-in-a-generation industry disruption with the triple-threat of more rigorous compliance standards, heightened expectations from consumers as well as employees and fiercer competition.

    Bottom line, you’ve really got your hands full! 

    ​To better respond to the relentless pace of external change and increased workplace expectations, a new leadership style is required.

    ​Adopting a more coach-like approach will enable you to:

    • Provide your staff with support and guidance, rather than instruction.
    • Unleash fresh energy, innovation and commitment.
    • Create mutual accountability in the workplace.
    • Build a workforce which can rapidly adapt to change
    • Build greater clarity and commitment

       This Masterclass aims to help you adjust and adapt your leadership style and become a highly effective coach.

      • Share well-researched theories on why leadership is so hard in the current climate.
      • What is coaching and what isn't?
      • What does it mean to be more coach-like?  What are the key leader-as-coach attributes and how can they be learned?
      • How is the leader-as-coach best placed to navigate continual industry disruption?

        Using our leadership development tool, The Coaching Canvas, we’ll work on a business challenge you want resolved.  This will enable you to see, feel and experience the power of a leader-as-coach approach.

        ​WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?

        • Directors, Business Owners and CEOs
        • General Managers
        • HR Managers

          WHAT WILL BE YOURS TO TAKE AWAY?

          • New ways to LEAD your people into an alternate future
          • Insights into how you can FOCUS on what's important in the workplace
          • Methods to ENERGISE your people to come with you
          • How to make the change that matters
          • Fully completed coaching worksheet of your chosen issue/problem


            Bruce Mullan is a Leadership Coach, Workshop Facilitator and Conference Speaker.

            Bruce runs Vinaigrette Leadership Excellence – a coaching practice dedicated to nurturing leadership excellence by teaching people to be more coach-like in their leadership style.

            Bruce provides consulting and advisory services to dozens of aged care, disability and community organisations. His expertise has guided significant business transformation initiatives by radically changing business practices, implementing new technology and introducing commercial ways of thinking.

            He has provided global consulting services for the insurance sector for 13 years in 17 countries, including working with the PWC Management Consulting division out of their New York office.  In this time, Bruce led several long-term Finance & Digital transformation projects for multi-national companies to streamline, simplify, automate and optimise back-office operations.


            Please join us for lunch and this thought-provoking masterclass. You'll be glad you did.


            • 3 Mar 2020
            • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
            • Level 7 Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane 4000
            Register

            Are you up to date with the latest changes in marketing? Do techniques change or only tools and platforms? Do service offers require a different approach to marketing your business?

            As Marketing Specialist in her consultancy Stickybeak Marketing, Sigrid de Kaste focuses on a complete, cohesive and consistent approach to marketing. “Bits n’ Pieces, or Shiny Object Syndrome, won’t bring you Results”, she says.

            This session is specifically designed for Professional Services Marketing

            Discover the Top Marketing Techniques you want to Consider Implementing in 2020!

            At this event Sigrid will share:

            • Why Specialization is the most Powerful Technique in the Services Industry
            • The best ‘Know – Like – Trust’ tool you will ever find!
            • What a Signature Tool might look like for you
            • The fundamental components of generating ‘Leads’
            • How does Search Engine Optimization work for you?

            Take away a 10-Step Approach to your Marketing in 2020

            Proudly Sponsored by HopgoodGanim Lawyers


            • 6 Mar 2020
            • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
            • Level 5, 97 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
            Register

            THIS LEADER-AS-COACH MASTERCLASS IS DESIGNED FOR LEADERS LOOKING TO EQUIP THEMSELVES WITH SKILLS VITAL TO NAVIGATE TOUGH TIMES.

            Leaders in many sectors are facing once-in-a-generation industry disruption with the triple-threat of more rigorous compliance standards, heightened expectations from consumers as well as employees and fiercer competition.

            Bottom line, you’ve really got your hands full! 

            ​To better respond to the relentless pace of external change and increased workplace expectations, a new leadership style is required.

            ​Adopting a more coach-like approach will enable you to:

            • Provide your staff with support and guidance, rather than instruction.
            • Unleash fresh energy, innovation and commitment.
            • Create mutual accountability in the workplace.
            • Build a workforce which can rapidly adapt to change
            • Build greater clarity and commitment

               This Masterclass aims to help you adjust and adapt your leadership style and become a highly effective coach.

              • Share well-researched theories on why leadership is so hard in the current climate.
              • What is coaching and what isn't?
              • What does it mean to be more coach-like?  What are the key leader-as-coach attributes and how can they be learned?
              • How is the leader-as-coach best placed to navigate continual industry disruption?

                Using our leadership development tool, The Coaching Canvas, we’ll work on a business challenge you want resolved.  This will enable you to see, feel and experience the power of a leader-as-coach approach.

                ​WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?

                • Directors, Business Owners and CEOs
                • General Managers
                • HR Managers

                  WHAT WILL BE YOURS TO TAKE AWAY?

                  • New ways to LEAD your people into an alternate future
                  • Insights into how you can FOCUS on what's important in the workplace
                  • Methods to ENERGISE your people to come with you
                  • How to make the change that matters
                  • Fully completed coaching worksheet of your chosen issue/problem


                    Bruce Mullan is a Leadership Coach, Workshop Facilitator and Conference Speaker.

                    Bruce runs Vinaigrette Leadership Excellence – a coaching practice dedicated to nurturing leadership excellence by teaching people to be more coach-like in their leadership style.

                    Bruce provides consulting and advisory services to dozens of aged care, disability and community organisations. His expertise has guided significant business transformation initiatives by radically changing business practices, implementing new technology and introducing commercial ways of thinking.

                    He has provided global consulting services for the insurance sector for 13 years in 17 countries, including working with the PWC Management Consulting division out of their New York office.  In this time, Bruce led several long-term Finance & Digital transformation projects for multi-national companies to streamline, simplify, automate and optimise back-office operations.


                    Please join us for lunch and this thought-provoking masterclass. You'll be glad you did.


                    • 16 Mar 2020
                    • 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
                    • TO BE ADVISED (MELBOURNE CBD)
                    • 79
                    Register

                    The problem is how the future unfolds.

                    The solution is guidance from the expert, Julie Dimmick,  in the world of problem-solving solutions and cultures. 

                    This is the one event you need to attend to kick start your year.

                    We all want to have a positive impact with our careers, and so you may set out to discover where your efforts would be most effective

                    Our analysis suggests that choosing the right problem could increase your impact over 100 times, and so be the most important decision you ever make.


                    Julie Dimmick returns to Melbourne with a fresh look and a lot of optimism for the future.

                    At this event:

                    ☞ Understand the desired behaviours of a problem-solving culture.

                    ☞ Learn some key personal attributes required to ensure your problem-solving success.

                    ☞ Take home tools to effectively help you remember your learnings

                    Bookings essential | Seats are limited.

                    TESTIMONIALS FROM PREVIOUS ATTENDEES.


                    • 7 Apr 2020
                    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
                    • Level 7 Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane 4000
                    Register

                    Busy being Busy

                    The downside of living and working in the digital age is the expectation of immediacy – businesses are expected to provide immediate communication, produce faster results, operate in shorter time frames and be more profitable with fewer resources.

                    At the same time, executives and employees have to manage risks, be more safety and environmentally conscious, be compliant with increasing regulations and standards and be innovative while still leading, managing and interacting with others professionally. They are busy from the time they open their eyes until they close them at night.

                    The by-product of all of this busyness is growing instances of employee and work-related stress. The mental health and social impact of such stress on employees and their families is incalculable but the associated financial cost in Australia alone is estimated at more than $18 billion dollars per year.

                    In all their busyness, organisations have been focused on the technical and production side of work, to the detriment of the organisational side which is needed to support all work and employee behaviour.

                    This presentation will challenge conventional thinking and introduce some new paradigms to help companies think about redressing the imbalance between its organisational and production needs and how to reduce work-related stress and create more efficiency so that they can continue to focus on production and productivity  - but in a healthier way.

                    About Garth

                    Garth Borgelt (MBA, FAICD, FAIEA) is a former C-Level executive of long-standing and is now an experienced international consultant who specialises in leadership, production and organisational effectiveness. He is part of a globally recognised team of specialists who assist businesses in making transformational changes and paradigm shifts so that they can better survive and thrive in today’s fast-paced and challenging environment.

                    Garth is a keen advocate of social justice and is involved in numerous charity and community service activities.

                    Proudly Sponsored by HopgoodGanim Lawyers


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