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RAMP: the 4 people drivers to future-proof your organisation

Much has been said about the uncertainty facing Australian and global businesses, and the rate of change needed to keep up or be left behind. The modern working world is also rapidly changing. Productivity is declining and wellbeing and burnout are hot topics. By 2025, Millennials will make up 75% of the world’s workforce. Offering flexibility is now the norm, not the exception.

How can organisations ensure they are future-proof? Engaging your people will help your organisation stay relevant, high performing and ready to take on the future.

In this exclusive breakfast, we challenged the way people think about employee engagement and discussed why it’s vital to get your people strategy future-ready. The CEOs of two leading Australian organisations shared the challenges they’ve faced and how increasing employee engagement is part of future-proofing their organisations.

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Our guest speakers

Debby Blakey
Debby Blakey
CEO, HESTA
Debby Blakey has been CEO at HESTA since March 2015. HESTA is a $43b fund with over 840,000 members. Debby has a wealth of experience from a range of senior positions within a number of financial institutions. Debby is a Director of Industry Super Australia Ltd, AIST, the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors and Fund Executives Association Limited.
Jim Mole
Jim Mole
CEO, Ameropa Australia
Jim Mole joined Ameropa in 2013 as CEO, bringing significant agricultural business leadership experience and a proven track record for acquisition integration and strategy development and execution. He has also had considerable success effecting major organisational change management and culture development, as well as establishing strong and effective leadership teams and outstanding corporate cultures that foster high performance.

 

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