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People & Culture: Best Practice - Perth
Wed. 12 April 2017, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AWST
The people you employ and the way you recognise their efforts and nurture their differences can have a significant impact on your business's bottom line. We view this as one of the largest challenges facing companies of all sizes.
'People' is one of the biggest variables in business, particularly now when the next generation of employees is coming into the job market with a totally different set of drivers.
How do you select the right people?
In what ways can I influence staff and leave a legacy?
How do I create a lasting culture?
Sue Pember will host this Q&A with local experts as they share their experiences on creating and managing an environment where 'people and culture' thrive.
Register now and have your questions answered at the event!
Sue Pember - Director, Aussie Orientation Services
Sue Pember is a passionate entrepreneur with over 15 years sales and consulting experience. In 2010 Sue opened Aussie Orientation Services - an Australian owned and operated Global Mobility Consultancy company that specialises in relocation programs, cultural training and ongoing support programs to ensure a smooth transition for workers and their families into Australian life. Through the success of Aussie, in 2013 Sue was awarded WA Today Female Entrepreneur of the Year and recognised as one of the top 40 under 40, also receiving the people's choice award. She was also a WA region nominee for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
In 2015 Sue went on to co-found Mi Casa Property Boutique - an agency of talented working parents focused on the core values of people, passion and personal touch, to connect people and property. Sue is passionate about giving back to the community and in 2016 was appointed to the Board of Parkerville Children's and Youth Care.
Stefanie Bradley - Partner in Charge, KPMG
Stefanie is the Partner in Charge for KPMG’s People and Change practice and has national and international experience as a management consultant. Stefanie has over 15 years’ experience in organisational transformation, change management, strategic human resource consulting, finance and human resources business process re-engineering and systems implementation projects in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. She has covered a broad number of senior roles including the change manager for several complex system implementation projects in the US and Australia, project manager for human resources organisational and strategy reviews, and project director for process improvement initiatives.
Kirstin Bouse - Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Kirstin Bouse is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with 20-years’ experience across clinical, forensic and corporate psychology. Kirstin owns Life Resolutions Morley and Wembley, has a team of 8 Psychologists and provides Internships for Masters and Doctoral students.
Combining her experiences as an ‘ambitious mother’ and psychologist, Kirstin works with women through the transition of motherhood. Her clients range from women experiencing perinatal anxiety or depression to Suite C executives finding it difficult to blend their professional and mothering worlds successfully.
In 2016, Kirstin authored her book and founded her business; The Conscious Mother. She facilitates 4-day Breakthrough Retreats for ‘Ambitious Mothers’ and recently launched her first online program #motherhoodonline.
Julie Adams - Managing Director of Chemo@home Pty Ltd
Julie Adams graduated from Curtin University in WA with a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree in 1986. She went on to complete her Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Pharmacy in 1995, and in 1999 she successfully obtained Board Certification in Oncology Pharmacy (US). Julie has worked in the area of oncology and haematology for over 25 years, in a number of hospitals (both public and private) in Western Australia. In 2000 she obtained funding to initiate and develop a service which enabled oncology and haematology patients to receive their chemotherapy and supportive care therapy at home. Julie managed this service for 12 years. In 2013 she has started her own health service, chemo@home, which administers chemotherapy to cancer patients and immunomodulating therapy to patients with chronic diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s disease. chemo@home has won numerous business awards for its innovation and disruption of the health service sector, with Julie being awarded the 2016 WA Telstra Entrepreneur and Business Woman of the Year. Her interests include management of oral chemotherapy medications, drug therapy of malignancies and infectious complications in cancer patients. Julie also co-ordinates the education program for the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Committee of Specialty Practice in Cancer Services.
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