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How does your company stand out from the crowd? – Leadership, culture and workplace wellbeing
December 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEDT
The world around us has changed rapidly and, as a result, the expectations of employees have shifted. Through all this change your competitive advantage is your people and culture. In this webinar, we will explore the benefits of effective leadership, strategies to develop our leaders and the impact of workplace wellbeing on company performance.
You are invited to join Erin Lynch, Employment Partner, on Wednesday, 1 December 2021 at 12pm, as she hosts a discussion on getting the best out of your people leaders and wellbeing in the workplace. Erin will be joined by Liz Payne and Marina Markovic from Collective Strength.
We will be addressing the following topics:
- The keys to effective leadership;
- What a good company culture looks like;
- Assessing your company culture; and
- Workplace wellbeing and its importance.
Secure your spot today:
Erin Lynch – Partner
Erin has over 13 years’ experience in employment + workplace relations and advises employers on all matters relating to the workplace, including enterprise agreements, bullying, investigations into inappropriate conduct, industrial disputes and performance management.
Liz Payne – Director & Principal Psychologist I MOrgPsych I BA (Hons) Psychology
Liz is a registered Psychologist and Executive Committee Member of the National College of Organisational Psychologists. She is a trusted advisor, having worked with leaders across all industries for almost 20 years. Liz is acknowledged for her capacity to understand business issues and apply psychological principles in a pragmatic and sustainable way.
Marina Markovic – Executive Coach, People & Culture Specialist I BA Psychology
Marina has over 20 years experience in HR and has performed a variety of HR leadership roles across a wide range of industries. Marina helps individuals reach their full potential through her coaching programs. Her skills include culture change, organisational development, employee experience and employee relations.