Stepping Up goes to Perth
Stepping Up: Lead culture change for diversity and growth in the Asian century
Tuesday 10th June, 5pm for 5.30pm, Wardroom, South of Perth Yacht Club - Booking inquiries here:
Pamela Young is an author, strategist, change agent and culture specialist.
She has lived and worked across NZ, Australia, Asia, the USA, the UK
and continental Europe.
In her book Stepping Up, 100 leaders from 16 cities across Australia and Asia share their views about our leadership, productivity, diversity and growth challenges.
It is relevant, timely and presents frameworks for change.
Those interviewed include David Gonski (CCA), Mike Smith (ANZ), Catherine Livingston (Telstra), Sid Myer (Myer Group), Anne Sherry (Cardinal), Dr Geoff Raby (Former Ambassador to China), John Harvey (IBM), Jillian Segal (NAB), Giam Swiegers (Deloitte), Shirley In’t Veld (Asciano), Prof Alec Cameron (UWA), Russell Tipper (Brockman Resources), Paul Waterman (BP), Ilana Atlas (Westfield), Hugh Mackay (prominent Author), Dr Charlie Teo (Neurosurgeon), Cmdr Jennifer Wittwer (RAN), John Denton (Corrs), Prof Julianne Schultz (ABC),
Dharma Chandran (Leighton) and 80 other high profile people representing 21 cultures.
Pamela will share their opinions and key findings including:
- How ready Australia is for the Asian century
- How to prepare our people for operating effectively across Asia
- How diverse is leadership in our business and society
- How can greater diversity boost productivity and growth
- Who should lead the change required to help Australia keep pace with leading nations?
Feel free to sample a free chapter.
Join us for this discussion about our nation’s future and some after-hours networking.
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