What culture will best prepare your organisation for the 'New Normal'?

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An exploration of what organisations need to be considering to ensure their culture supports them as they move into the 'new normal'.

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The first serious strains of conversation have been felt with regards to our next big transition. The ‘return to the office’. Or returning to something that we aren’t completely sure about just yet. The sentiment around this is positive. The conversations are constructive. And there is a genuine sense of cautious wondering about what we are returning to, and how we should be doing this. And underpinning this is a most important reflection and conversation that every leadership team needs to be having in preparation for this next phase. They need to be asking whether the strategy and culture that got them to January 2020 will be the same strategy and culture that will help them continue on with the next leg of their organisational journey.

Join our panel as they explore the challenge - what culture/s will best prepare their organisations for the 'new normal'.

We are fortunate to be joined by:

Helen Williams, head of one of the largest systems engineering and business assurance teams within Transport for NSW. This team is responsible for creating and delivering advanced systems engineering solutions across all of the transport agencies in NSW.

Maurice Davoli, the head of People & Culture for Melbourne Health. Melbourne Health is one of Australia’s leading public healthcare providers. Their services are delivered through The Royal Melbourne Hospital, one of Australia’s preeminent hospitals, NorthWestern Mental Health, the largest mental health provider in Victoria, and the internationally renowned Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory (VIDRL).

April Symko, the head of Organisational Development for Virbac across Australia and New Zealand. Virbac (Australia) Pty Ltd is a specialist animal health company with its core business in sheep and cattle products, veterinary pharmaceuticals and vaccines, a wide range of pet care products for dogs and cats, plus a broad range of products for horses. Virbac has operated in Australia for over 30 years and has grown organically and through a series of acquisitions. With sales in excess of $100M, Virbac is one of the top 3 animal health companies in Australia.

Michelle Starr, is the founder and Principal of GenEQ, a consultancy focusing on strategy, culture and change management. Michelle has extensive experience in both strategic and operational change, specialising in cultural transformation, with over 18 years’ experience managing large-scale change in both corporate & government organisations.

The Panel Chair

The session will be chaired by David Morley who heads up the Australasian arm of Hofstede Insights. With over 20 years experience working in culture transformation across many countries, David is well placed to be steering the conversation amongst our panel.

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