Note: This event has been cancelled
Is your company looking for smarter and more effective ways to engage with your stakeholders – especially younger employees? More than ever organisational success revolves round building fruitful and enduring relationships and embracing the need for partnership. But how do you do that?
Conscious Capitalism is pleased to offer you a rare opportunity to hear first-hand from a business leader who has a unique perspective on the path to success. Dr Nicky Howe is much more than an armchair theorist. As the CEO of Southcare, she has put her experiences and learnings to work.
We’d like to invite you to spend 90 minutes over breakfast to feed your mind (and perhaps a bit of your soul) with Nicky’s unique insights.
Oh yes, there will be a buffet breakfast as well.
Please note this is an exclusive event with numbers limited to just 40 people so don’t delay in booking yourself (or even your team!)
People love our events! Here’s what they have to say…
“Good use of time – engaging and of real benefit”
“It was really worth attending”
“Helps create a new paradigm in business”
“A beautiful feeling of continuing to connect with genuine people who want to make a difference”
“Very thought provoking”
“Precious time to reflect”
“Great speaker, helpful information”
“Window to a new and compelling future”
“Incredibly relevant and needed”
“Informative and practical – direct value to what I’m doing”
“Challenged my thinking”
“Lots of new and useful information. I felt inspired”
MORE ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST
Nicky is the CEO of Southcare, a leadership and management coach and ontological practitioner, with over 25 years senior management experience working in government and not-for-profit sectors in the areas of employment, education, welfare, health, aged care and community services.
She is passionate about building productive working relationships and uses a consulting, coaching approach to help individuals and organisations to increase their effectiveness. Her particular focus is on the development of people and building the capacity within organisations so they can successfully achieve their objectives. She is the co-founder of Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care and Community Boards, an award winning collaborative governance and leadership project which is creating a pipeline for young professionals to secure Board Director positions on aged care and community boards.
She is the author of “Building Better Relationships with Those You Lead”, a thesis titled “Coaching – a vehicle for managers’ learning and motivation to transfer of learning and recently co-authored a book titled Difference Makers: A leader’s guide to championing diversity on boards.
She has presented at international and national conferences in the areas of governance, leadership management, coaching, cultural change and innovation.
She holds the university qualifications of Doctor of Business Administration, Post Graduate in Public Sector Management and BA in Public Administration. She holds a Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Ontological Coaching, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Diploma, is a Fellow of Leadership Western Australia and is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business at The University of Notre Dame.
DATE AND TIME
Thursday, 25 May 2017
7.30 – 9.00 AM
Four Points by Sheraton, 707 Wellington St, Perth
The venue is easily accessible by public transport and the CPP Elder Street car park backs onto the hotel. After 8am on-street parking is limited to a maximum of one hour.
CAPACITY: Limited to 40 people.
$45 +GST for non-members
25% discount for members
Price includes continental breakfast
Registrations close COB Friday 19th May
Contact [email protected] for any enquiries.
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