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The Post-COVID Global Voice of Workplace Performance

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In current post-COVID times, the science and data behind culture and performance will shock you. Join us on the 24th June to learn why.

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In current post-COVID times, it’s not enough to rely on your HR team to monitor and empower the behaviour of your employees. Let science and evidence shock you.

Join us for drinks and canapés at the Duxton Hotel Perth on Thursday 24th June and hear our guest speakers share their insights and the reasons why your business can't survive post-COVID without their groundbreaking app, Appellon.

Learn about Appellon’s ground-breaking SaaS platform:

  • One algorithm which measures behaviours, goal progression, productivity and performance improvements
  • Deputy CEO Michelle McKay from NT Health will share the proven formula that has also delivered exceptional results for the Royal Australian Navy, NHS, Venues West, Fonterra plus many others
  • A single platform that is ready to tackle your workplace now, and save you $200k+ on HR spend per year

100% of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Parkerville Children and Youth Care.

Door prizes include Duxton Hotel Perth overnight stay ($300), a 65" ViewSonic screen ($5000+), Kyocera professional wireless multi-function printer ($526.90), and a private one-on-one business lunch with Alyka's Founder Bernard Chia ($500).

Stephen Becsi OAM

CEO, Appollo Care

Previously, Stephen was the CEO of Appellon Pty Ltd; a technology start-up that has produced the world’s first digital SaaS platform that measures, monitors and influences the culture of organisations. The platform is currently being taken to market globally.

Stephen also served as the Director of the Navy’s Strategic Reform Program, part of a Federal Governments Defence Strategic Reform Program initiative to deliver a $20 Billion in operating savings to redirect to Capital spending.

He has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master in Science (Logistics) and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.

Stephen is now the CEO of Apollo Care. Australian aged care has a well thought-through regulation and funding model: Care is government funded and regulated, infrastructure largely funded by residents with means, largely neutral in respect of provider type. Many smaller providers have not kept pace and are struggling; more demanding consumers, more stringent regulation. Apollo Care sees an industry consolidation opportunity, putting investor funds to work in upgrading property amenity to attract better bonds. For not-for-profit providers, offering a solution that preserves mission and values - allowing them to redeploy scarce funding.

Sue Jauncy

Founder, Appellon

Sue is a Registered Psychologist with a forensic background who began her career working across the Australian prison system. This experience proved to be an extraordinary apprenticeship period enabling Sue to gain a deep understanding around human behaviour. During this time Sue focused on what it takes to renormalise and resocialise ways of living and working together and the impact that entitlement vs objectivity has on our everyday decision-making capabilities.

Sue is the founder of Appellon, her vision was to design the world’s first “SaaS” model Culturetech platform which after more than decade of research and application, she finally achieved in 2019. This state of the art, one of a kind platform has been designed for leaders to be able to self-manage their workforce to focus on applying the right set of behaviours to work collectively together to achieve the organisations purpose an goals. Sue, in partnership, has grown the company from a small boutique consulting business to a global organisation.

Michelle McKay

A/Deputy Chief Executive, Northern Territory Government

Michelle is an experienced Health Executive and CEO who has held a range of roles within health systems in the public and not for profit sectors in Australia and in the United Kingdom. 

She has led acute health services, including a District of 17 geographically dispersed hospitals across Southern Queensland and a large tertiary hospital in Adelaide, South Australia.  She was the Executive Director of Performance and Planning of the Adelaide Health Service, a very large health service that had a budget of $2.8B.

In the UK, Michelle was the CEO of the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, a multi-hospital Trust in the West Midlands of England. Since arriving in the Northern Territory in January 2019, Michelle has been the accountable officer as the Chief Operating Officer for Top End Health Service, a $1B health service providing acute hospital, mental health and primary care services to approximately 80% of the Territory’s population.

Her skill is in transforming health systems through robust governance and accountability mechanisms, clarity of strategy and goals and workforce and Executive transformation.


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Parkerville Children and Youth Care

Parkerville Children and Youth Care advocate for and provide specialist care and services to those most vulnerable in the WA community, including children, young people and families who have experienced trauma from abuse.

Sponsored by INNOVATION GROUP


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