Topic: If you have a role in aged care, delivering quality must be your objective. The rest is window dressing.
Day: Wednesday 14 October
Time: 2:30pm-3:00pm AESDT
2020 has been a year of reduced face-to-face professional development opportunities.
But organisational priorities haven’t changed. We are all looking for opportunities to build the confidence, skills, and leadership experiences of our teams. Ensuring they are ready the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Organisations have been utilising leadership with limited resources, with the promise to achieve positive change, re-energise leadership, and cultivate better practices in our organisations. Our panel will explore the essentials, the challenges and benefits to creating their own internal leadership programs from scratch. Has it been difficult? Yes! Worth it? Join us to find out
Steve has worked in a number of leadership roles at Churches of Christ over the last decade and across a wide variety of disciplines including Chaplaincy, Communications, Leadership Development and now People and Culture. Steve is a strong believer in the value of good leadership in aligning and forwarding the mission of any organisation, and has spent considerable time both learning to lead personally and investing in the leadership journey of others. Steve and his team have now put over 100 leaders through their ‘Adventures in Leadership’ programs at CofCQ and he now has lots of questions, examples and insights to share around growing leaders in the Not-For-Profit sector