COVID-19 WEBINAR SERIES
As organisations scrambled to respond to the unexpected, and competing priorities and drastically altered budgets meant tough decisions that impacted the livelihoods of many Australians, trust in leadership took a battering for most.
Now, as we slowly begin to return to work, there are more questions than answers.
- Can employees trust in the recovery process?
- Can employers trust their people to fundamentally change the way they work in a post-COVID world?
- How can the foundations of trust provide the solid grounding and security to rebuild our organisations?
- What is the role of HR in all this?
Speaker: Vanessa Hall, Founder, Entente
Vanessa Hall has spent the past 15 years exploring trust, testing her models and frameworks, and proving their application across cultures, industries, demographics, and disciplines. Grounded in neuroscience and behavioural economics, her model for trust and trustworthiness have been described as 'simple and profound'.
Vanessa has trained and coached over 30,000 leaders in 18 countries, and is now focused on developing tools, processes and systems for leaders to embed, track and measure trust through their organisations.
Speaker: Nicholas Barnett, Executive Chairman, Insync
Nicholas Barnett has been a director, business leader and consultant for over 30 years. He is currently Chief Executive Officer of Insync Surveys, one of Australia’s largest employee, customer and board effectiveness measurement and improvement specialists. Nicholas is also a co-founder of Gender Worx and Board Benchmarking. He is a member of the Australian Human Resource Institute’s (AHRI) Research Advisory Panel and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD).
Nicholas is passionate about helping individuals, teams and organisations to reach their full potential. This includes helping organisations become better places to work, more productive, authentic and sustainable.
He is an author, speaker and expert media commentator in relation to governance, organisation culture and gender diversity. He has done in excess of 150 board reviews and has written three books on leadership, culture, engagement and transformational change.
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