19 July 2023
The Mint, Sydney
The Homelessness sector is facing the biggest change at the state and national level in over a decade.
With unrelenting service demands, team members experiencing burnout and a reimaged workplace post covid, sector leaders are increasingly under pressure to lead for the future in an agile and supportive way.
Join your peers for a leaders’ forum with insights from acclaimed workplace futurists and keynote speakers.
Dominic Price on the future of work, interconnectedness, and person-centered approaches to building a workplace where people thrive.
As a work futurist Dominic Price roams between Australia, US, Europe and Asia seeks to build a happier, more effective, and more balanced future.
He believes the future is human and in the business of finding ways to unleash our collective potential.
Doms current role is at Atlassian as the resident work futurist
You can watch Dom’s ted talk here.
Dr Juliet Bourke on diversity, inclusion, inclusive leadership and team performance.
Dr Bourke’s primary areas of focus are diversity, inclusion, inclusive leadership, team performance and the future of work. She blends academic rigor with practitioner insights. Currently a Professor of Practice in the School of Management and Governance, as well as a board member and independent workplace consultant, Juliet was previously a partner in Deloitte for ten years and led the National Diversity & Inclusion Consulting Practice in which capacity advising global executives on diversity and inclusion strategy and inclusive leadership. Prior to Deloitte Juliet worked in Government as a lawyer specialising in criminal law and human rights.
You can watch Juliet’s ted talk here: https://tedxbrisbane.com.au/tedxsouthbank/talks/juliet-bourke/
Or read her book Which Two Heads Are Better Than One? 2nd Edition: The extraordinary power of diversity of thinking and inclusive leadership (published by the Australian Institute of Company Directors).
This session is open to CEOs, executives and senior managers leading services responding to homelessness in NSW.
Following the speakers there will be a facilitated workshop to understand the key leadership challenges and opportunities for homelessness sector leaders in NSW, followed by a light networking lunch post event.
This will be a face to face only forum and will not be recorded or live streamed. A fee will be applied to cover event costs.