ASCI Networking Breakfast Series: Quality conversations to improve organisational outcomes - New South Wales (1/2 CPD pt)

7:30am Thursday, 7 February 2019
9:30am Thursday, 7 February 2019
Networking Events
Michael Page
Level 32, Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street
Sydney, New South Wales 2000
Australia

Australasian Supply Chain Institute in partnership with Michael Page welcome you to kickstart your career in 2019 with a morning of learning, discussions and networking – as well as the opportunity to receive new professional portraits for your LinkedIn profile!*

Round table interactive discussion, moderated and led by Laura Hefer, Founder and Leadership Coach at Value Addicts
 

Supply chain leaders are placed at the heart of organisational conversations and often feel frustrated with the lack of understanding by their peers and senior leaders of interdependencies and constraints within supply chain.  “Us” against “Them” debate only deepens the divide between departments and hurts not only your team’s ability to deliver outstanding outcomes for your shareholders; it also negatively affects your career opportunities.

This highly interactive session focuses on challenges we experience when working in groups and how to converse in a way that enables learning, collaboration and creativity and helps to better adapt to internal and external complexity we face in today’s world. It draws on systems thinking, studies of paradoxical tensions and dialogic leadership. It also explores how our mental models and our ability to notice patterns in social networks impact the way we engage and the outcomes we can or cannot predict. 
 

Moderator

Laura Hefer, Founder and Leadership Coach at Value Addicts

Laura has been working with supply chain leaders in Europe and Australia for the last 17 years. While with the world’s leading advisory firm Gartner, she witnessed that often knowing what good looks like and how to get there, did not motivate or equip leaders to personally embrace and lead their organisation through a major change.

Laura embarked on studying a MS in Coaching Psychology to enable individuals and teams to see what is holding them, their team and their organisation back and how to overcome it. According to the World Economic Forum, we do not know what jobs will exist in 2020 but it is likely that soft skills, like creativity and leadership, will increase in their importance. Laura’s purpose is to support development of supply chain talent to meet the challenges of the future through coaching, experiential learning and psychoeducation.

Bonus: A professional photographer will be taking LinkedIn professional portraits for $60 pp. Take advantage of the high rise city views for two LinkedIn profile photos to kickstart your 2019 personal brand!

 

Cost: Free for ASCI Members and their guests (Log in to the website to view $0)

$25 Non Members

* $60 per person Photography fee (optional)

 

 Register via: events@asci.org.au

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