QLD L&D and OD&D Networks
David Rock introduced the SCARF model in a 2009 Strategy+Business article – Managing with the brain in mind. There is now a growing body of work on the benefits of learning about the brain, both personally and professionally. An experienced panel of L&D/OD practitioners will discuss how they use models and theory in their work, specifically the SCARF model. Come along or dial-in for what is sure to be an energetic discussion!
This forum is suitable for:
HR Practitioners of all career levels and stages, specifically in the roles of:
- Learning & Development
- Organisational Development
Speaker: KERRYN FEWSTER, FOUNDER & DIRECTOR, Change2020
Kerryn is a highly regarded business leader working across diverse industries with leading Australian businesses in the area of transformation, leadership development, coaching and embedding culture change programs enabling businesses to flourish and perform. Change2020’s research partnership with QUT has confirmed the value of creativity and resilience in complex, uncertain and ambiguous workplaces: everything that 2020 threw at us!
Speaker: Sam Russell, Industry Engagement Manager, UQ Business School
With over 20 years' experience as an Industry Engagement Manager/Capability Development Consultant, Sam believes the highest levels of service can only be achieved by taking a genuine, focused, and in-depth interest in the needs of his clients and by developing long term, close, honest relationships with them.
Speaker: Sonia McDonald, CEO and Founder, LeadershipHQ
Sonia is the CEO of LeadershipHQ, Outstanding Leadership Awards and McDonald Inc. and partner and work with Small Business and SME's right through to Corporates and Government agencies in building the greatest cultures, performance and leadership. Sonia is also an International Keynote Speaker, Leadership Advisor and Coach and Award Winning Author of Leadership Attitude, Just Rock It! and newly released First Comes Courage.
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Registration closes: Monday 24 May 2021
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