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Recorded Forum Session: Managing the wellness and efficiency of a remote workforce

Details

Tuesday, 12 May 2020
8:00am to 8:00am

CPD Hours

0.75

Cost (Inc GST)

$68.75 Member
$68.75 Subscriber
$68.75 Non-member


Virtual Governance and Risk Management Forum 2020

You will receive an email with a link to this recorded session once you register. If you do not receive this email, contact us on 1800 251 849


Managing the wellness and efficiency of a remote workforce

Speakers


Chair: Rachel Waterhouse, General Manager Engagement, Governance Institute of Australia

Rachel’s team is responsible for Governance Institute’s engagement strategy with members, subscribers and customers. This includes achieving membership, marketing, media, digital strategy, and publishing objectives.

Rachel holds a Bachelor of Business degree from the University of Newcastle and is a graduate of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Executive from The Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) at the University of NSW Business School and completed the Company Directors Course from the AICD and the Effective Director Course from Governance Institute.

Rachel is currently studying Governance Institute’s Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance and Risk Management.


Phil Slade, Behavioural Science Lead, Suncorp

As an organizational psychologist and behavioural economist, Phil specialises in improving the speed, quality and confidence of decision-making, and developing and implementing strategies to solve complex problems and shift behaviour. This often involves highlighting systemic and irrational ‘blind-spots’, identifying and maximizing opportunities, and increasing awareness of the cognitive biases that influence judgment and perception.

Phil also has strong experience in organising and leading large teams in the delivery of complex and highly confidential projects, and works as an advisor to politicians, high profile entertainers, senior leaders and managers across a range of areas involving influence, perception, strategic decision-making and critical thinking.