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There’s no shortage of uncertainty in the world right now – and in turbulent times like these we really need inspired leadership to navigate the path forward. But what are the hallmarks of good leadership in the midst of turbulence and disruption?
In this conversation with high-performing leaders across a diverse range of industries, we’ll explore the strategies and practices of successful leadership, and we'll seek their views on how to lead through disruption.
Date: Monday 16 May 2022
Time: 5.45pm for 6–8pm AEST (in-person) | 6–7.15pm AEST (online webinar)
Location: Hybrid (online and in-person)
Cost: $40 (in person, refreshments included) | Free (online)
In person location: Sheraton Hotel Melbourne, 27 Little Collins Street, Melbourne.
Our moderator is Professor Nicole Gillespie.
Professor Nicole Gillespie, KPMG Chair in Organisational Trust, Professor in Management, School of Business, UQ, and International Research Fellow at Centre for Corporate Reputation, Oxford University.
Trained as an organizational psychologist, Nicole's research focuses on trust development and repair in organisational contexts.
Her research and consulting has led to positive changes in industry, government and policy across a range of sectors, including Health, Resources, Finance and Banking, Higher Education, R&D, Not-for-Profit and the Defence industry.
Clients include KPMG, the World Economic Forum, the Ontario Hospital Association, Barclays Bank, UBS Bank, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, the Royal Flying Doctor Service, CSIRO, The Australian Army, Bank of Queensland, Santos, Origin Energy and various government agencies.
Our panellists
Professor Deborah Terry AO
Vice-Chancellor and President
The University of Queensland
John Wylie AC
Principal, Tanarra Group (Funds Management)
Former Chair of the Australian Sports Commission
Former President of the Library Board of Victoria
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Class 1) ’83
Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea AM
Co-Founder and Chair, Women in STEMM Australia and Director, STEM Careers Strategy, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering
Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Science '92, Postgraduate Diploma in Science '94
Baden Stephenson
Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Rebels

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