Engaging key talent in the face of rapidly changing roles & work design
An exploration of the changing world of work and how smart organisations are responding - over a cooked breakfast!
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Join Carol Brown, CEO of RoleWorks, a leading organisational design & technology company, as she shares her insights on the challenges being experienced by New Zealand business leaders as they grapple with the fluidity of roles and the changing face of work design.
Learn from 2018 RoleWorks research about the issues business leaders face in having to lead & engage increasingly agile teams, and what key talent in NZ say they need to remain engaged and perform at their best.
You will also hear from a panel of executive leaders about their their unique challenges, insights & responses to engaging high performers in their respective industries and the role technology plays.
Proudly hosted by AUT, the official University partner of Techweek’18
There will be a delicious hot buffet breakfast provided as part of your registration
Location: AUT City Campus 55 Wellesley Street East Auckland Central Auckland 1010
Time: 7.00am - 9.30am (breakfast will be served at 7:30am)
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Founder and CEO of RoleWorks, with 30 years experience in future focused people strategies both in NZ and offshore. She combines her deep understanding of market trends & employee engagement with the changing organisational needs to provide smart technology and consulting solutions.
Leading a team of 170 people, she is responsible for IT provision for staff & students. She is focused on contributing to the University’s strategic direction, creating & executing ICT strategy, building collaborative relationships with key stakeholders across the University & ensuring that ICT delivers excellent services & value.
A business & social entrepreneur, co-founder, director, international development director & GM of business development of the Augen Software Group, a company with offices both in New Zealand and in Vietnam. He recognizes the key to success lies, among other things, in collaboration, in working with others to grow the business, rather than choosing to do everything by yourself.
Highly experienced in business consulting across NZ & offshore, particularly in conducting large scale re-engineering, performance improvements & restructuring of many of NZ's top organisations. His experience has taught him that cultivating a good organisational culture is a key component for success.