Assessing Patient Perceptions of Telehealth

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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

Dale Cleaver
CEO, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT
Dale Cleaver is CEO of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT and Director of Centre for Eye Health. Prior to that, he was CEO of Campbell Page, a national provider of employment services. Dale originally trained in social work, and worked for many years in disability support before completing business management qualifications and moving into senior management. He is passionate about thought-leadership and transformational change.
Elizabeth Brett EMBA OLY
CEO, ActivateUTS
Elizabeth has been CEO of ActivateUTS since 2012. ActivateUTS engages over 22,000 University of Technology Sydney students in sport, social and cultural clubs and societies every year. Elizabeth strongly believes that ActivateUTS helps develop students to be work ready, well rounded global citizens. Elizabeth was a 2000 Olympian in Volleyball and is the current Australian Chef de Mission for the World University Summer Games.

 

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