AC Australia - Victoria: Reimagining Work: a panel discussion
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AC Australia - Victoria: Reimagining Work: a panel discussion

The Association for Coaching (AC) Australia - Victoria are delighted to invite you to join us for Reimagining Work: a panel discussion. Hear insights and observations on what panelists have been experimenting with in their organisations to navigate work, whilst coping with the challenges COVID19 has thrown up. Our panelists will explore a number of themes, including the imp, the people, the practical and the emotional. AC Member Price AUD $15.00/£8.50 GBP, Non Member Price AUD $35.00/£19.50 GBP.

29/09/2020 to 06/10/2020
When: Tuesday 29 September & Tuesday 6 October
Event 1: 5pm-6:30pm AEST Event 2: 5pm-6:00pm AEST
Where: Virtual (2 online sessions)
Contact: Lucy Kennett

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Daniel Ellis, Hannah Stratford, Jordan O' Connor, Sharon Read


A series of 2 online events: 90-minute and 60-minute interactive virtual sessions.


Part 1: Reimagining Work: a panel discussion, Tuesday 29th September 2020(90 minutes)
Part 2: Making Sense of 'Reimagining Work: a panel discussion', Tuesday 6th October 2020 (60 Minutes)


About the event

The Association for Coaching (AC) Australia Victoria are delighted to invite you to join us for a two part virtual event. The first is a discussion on Reimagining Work with our panelists:

● Daniel Ellis, Group Corporate Communications Director - Seek
● Hannah Stratford, Director, Talent and Leadership, People, Performance and Culture - KPMG
● Jordan O’Connor, Head of Leadership, Team Effectiveness and Performance -Telstra
● Sharon Read, Executive Lead Experience, cohealth.

We will explore how we are working and leading now and into the future, through the lens of key learnings and insights from the panelist’s experiences of navigating the last 6 months in their organisations; exploring possible future choices for individuals, leaders, business, and coaching.

The second post-event learning session ‘Making Sense of Reimagining Work’ on Tuesday 6 October, 5:00pm – 6:00pm, provides attendees with an opportunity to ‘make sense’ of the session content. Our ’Making Sense’ conversations provide a safe and supportive space to reflect and apply learnings to your context, through facilitated discussion. It is included in the registration price of the event.


What you will learn:

In the first session the following will be considered:

● What has been tried and learned over the last 6 months?
● What has worked well and been challenging?
● What might the future look like?



Members (AUD $15) / GBP £8.50*
Non-Members (AUD $35) / GBP £19.50*

(Our follow up / 2nd event on Tuesday 6 October is included in the price)

(*All payments are processed in GBP. AUD prices indicated may vary due to exchange rates)

Speaker Bios

Daniel Ellis – SEEK Group
Daniel Ellis has almost 20 years of experience across all areas of corporate affairs working across companies including Myer, Coles, Target, Cadbury, Australia Post, Treasury Wine Estates and SEEK. Daniel joined SEEK in 2015 as Group Corporate Communications Director to establish the Corporate Communications function for SEEK, which includes internal communications, external communications including media relations, PR and government relations, cultural events, facilities management and social investment.

Hannah Stratford - KPMG
Hannah is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with a background in HR-consulting. Hannah has worked with a range of clients across various sectors including IBM, BP, Coca-Cola, Pepsico and G4S. Hannah holds knowledge in end to end HR practices and is passionate about improving business performance through strategically aligned people programmes. Since moving to Australia from the UK in 2013, Hannah has held a number of internal strategic HR roles for KPMG Australia and is currently Director of Talent and Leadership. Her role involves leading the internal leadership and talent offering and providing 121 and group coaching across the business.

Sharon Read - Cohealth
Sharon Read is the Executive Lead Experience at cohealth, she has worked extensively in public health in executive roles for over 25 years. She has provided leadership using a rights-based approach in leading to create excellence in public health and community sectors with a focus on managing change, transformation and organisational development. She has a background in clinical social work and has a Graduate Diploma of Business Leadership.

Jordan O’Connor - Telstra
A Psychologist by profession, Jordan’s 20-year HR career has seen her working in Australia and Europe for big and small companies with growth agendas, most recently in technology. Her specialty is complex change management and business partnering to deliver transformative outcomes. As Telstra’s Head of Leadership, Effective Teams & Performance, Jordan is leading an organisation-wide change to help people achieve their best performance. Her team is also researching how the current values and leadership capabilities have built the culture at Telstra to date, to establish new skills and behaviour patterns that support future goals.

Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

As with all Association for Coaching events, your attendance will qualify you for a CPD (Continuous Professional Development) Certificate, which will be emailed to you after the event.

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