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Resilient Leadership Series

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State Buildings

1 Cathedral Avenue

Perth, WA 6000

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In the face of change and crisis, the resources leaders need most is their resilience, as well as their ability to build a culture of resilience in their teams. Leaders have never faced more challenges day-to-day, and traditional leadership as a means to provide guidance is no longer enough. The most effective leaders of sustainable change and challenge today are those that show Resilient Leadership.

Resilience is the ability to withstand, adapt to, or rebound from, extreme challenges or adversity. Resilient leaders, however, do more than bounce back—they bounce forward. With speed and elegance, resilient leaders take action that responds to new and ever-changing realities, even as they maintain the operations of the organisations they lead.

But what does Resilient Leadership look like?

How do leaders demonstrate resilience and build a culture of resilience within their organisations?

What are the key ingredients for building resilience as a leader?

What are the factors that indicate resilience is at risk in an organisation?

Join us for the first event in a series of discussions with Resilient Leaders in the business and community sectors as we tackle some of these questions. This event showcases two exceptionally Resilient Leaders to hear their perspectives on this increasingly important leadership topic.

The evening will begin with a candid panel discussion with both guests, followed by networking in the lounge of the venue.

Meet the Panel

Paul Blackbeard

Paul Blackbeard

Paul has global experience in over four continents and has held a range of board, senior management, operational and strategic roles in multi-national organisations. He is currently the Owner of Argil and Director of Zubrant Life. He has a track record for being innovative and managing change in diverse and complex structures. His success lies in his passion for growth, and he has seen success through engaging people in visions and delivering this into strategic results.
In addition to his many professional accomplishments, Paul has also been named as one of the 50 greatest Watermen in Open Water Swimming History along with names like Lord Byron, Jonny Weissmuller (Tarzan), Duke Kahanamoku and Australians like Trevor Henry, Ky Hurst and Grant Kenny. He has been Number 1 in the world in 3 different water sports and has sailed two-thirds of the world in his own catamaran.
With experience in multiple industries, including building his own businesses from the ground up, as well as excelling as an endurance athlete, Paul knows how to apply resilience in his day-to-day.

Michelle Jenkins

Michelle Jenkins
Michelle has over 30 year’s history in senior leadership roles and holds a Master in Business Leadership and a Diploma in Governance. Her career began as a Qualified Financial Planner in the UK where she eventually became the Main Board and Equity Shareholder of a Financial Planning Business. After Migrating to Australia, she moved into Banking as the State Leader for St George Bank Mortgage Originations and then to Westpac as Head of Commercial Banking. Michelle joined the not-for-profit sector in 2013, and has held various State Manager and Chief Executive roles in Health and Disability organisations. Michelle seeks continuous growth and opportunities to develop as a leader. Her current role as CEO of Community Vision provides her with opportunities to support consumers in WA to be ready for the new world of aged care, and disability. She is also passionate about the advancement of women into Executive roles in business, and coaches and mentors a number of women with leadership aspirations. She works with various Government departments to support community advancement and is also a qualified Marriage Celebrant and Justice of the Peace (WA).
Michelle’s long and varied career, as well as her ability to navigate theever-changingg Government policy landscape in WA is testament to her resilient leadership style.

Places are limited by the venue so please purchase a ticket before attending.


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this event for?
This is a networking event for business and not-for-profit leaders and managers interested in hearing about Resilient Leadership.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
We encourage participants to bring a business card to exchange, but ID is not required for registration.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The event is held in the CBD, so transport options vary and car parking is typically a challenge. We encourage participants to explore public transport options. The State Buildings are located about a 10-minute walk from Perth Train Stations and near bus stops on St Georges Terrace.

What can/can't I bring to the event?
Please bring a pen and a notepad. Drinks and Canapes will be provided.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
The organisers can be contacted through this page.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Your ticket cannot be transferred for cash but if you cannot make it and someone else in your team may like to attend on your behalf, we are happy to accept. Please email us with the details of your replacement so that we can expect them on the day.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
This is helpful but we will have your details saved.

What is the refund policy?
The ticket is non-refundable unless agreed by Vermelho.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
No problem. Please email us with the details of the person attending so that we can expect them on the day.

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Perth, WA 6000

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