The success of recent pandemic responses has proven that necessity can quickly lead to invention, adaption, and new ways of working. While many pandemic-related restrictions are now being relaxed, many organisations face a new series of issues, which are often described as the great reset.
Disruptions to the workforce, supply chains, talent pools, and revenue/funding streams. How can we build strategies and organisations to weather the reset and set ourselves up for future success.
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Wednesday 8 December from 12.00 to 1.00pm
Our Panel Members
Sandra Hills (OAM)
Sandra Hills OAM is a leading voice within Australia’s aged care sector, with a strong commitment to ensuring the highest quality of care for all older Australians. Sandra was appointed CEO of not-for-profit aged care provider Benetas in 2009, and has over 30 years of experience in the health and human services sectors.
Alan is Chief Executive Officer of CHOICE, Australia’s leading consumer advocacy group. Alan has worked across a broad range of policy issues – including financial services, consumer regulation, legal assistance and homelessness.
Before joining CHOICE, Alan worked in the social services sector and for state and federal governments. As CEO of Legal Aid NSW during the global financial crisis, he saw the human impact of poor lending practices, which sparked his passion for consumer rights.
Amanda is currently spearheading a series of strategic interagency programs designed to accelerate NSW Government infrastructure investments and economic initiatives.
Prior to her current role as Executive Director within NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Amanda led the development of the strategic program of work to integrate multimodal transport infrastructure, improving transport infrastructure adaptability, and enabling future community growth.
Coralie joined the Ian and Shirley Norman Foundation as their inaugural CEO in July 2021. Coralie’s prior roles have included CEO Anglicare NT, Executive Director Community Services at Sunshine Coast Council, General Manager at Dungog Shire Council and Diocesan Chief Executive leading the work of the Samaritans and Anglican Care in Newcastle. Coralie is passionate about authentic and transparent leadership, community capacity building and is a strong advocate for gender equity and workforce diversity.
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