What Does The ‘Leadership Of The Future’ Look Like, And How Are These Leaders Going To ‘Lead The Way’?
Wednesday 4 March 2020
Holiday Inn Parramatta, NSW
Join us at the Best Practice Network 2020 National Summit together with other leading professionals, and hear from a stellar line up of International and National Speakers, who will share their knowledge, experience, thoughts and ideas on the key leadership challenges. By joining us, you will acquire practical insights and you will have the opportunity to engage and network with some of the most innovative industrial minds.
‘The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.” Jim Rohns
The 2020 National Summit features an outstanding line-up of speakers, including international guest presenter Cheryl Jekiel, CEO Lean Leadership Center.
Cheryl helps CEO’s of innovative companies, weave Lean principles into the fabric of their company culture and attain sustainable results to exponentially change the business.
“Successful leaders see the opportunities in every difficulty rather than the difficulty in every opportunity.” Reed Markham
Keynote Summit Speakers from some of Australia’s most successful organisations include:
Cheryl Jekiel, CEO, Lean Leadership Centre
Cheryl has held Vice President of Human Resources positions for a number of companies, including Flying Food Group, LLC, and Chief Operating Officer and other senior management positions at Parco Foods, LLC.
Ben Leaver, CEO, The Finance and Treasury Association
Ben is the CEO of The Finance and Treasury Association, the professional body for the Treasury community. Prior to this Ben held senior large scale leadership positions with Engineers Australia and NAB. Ben has a diverse leadership background and strong interest in the future of work.
Alan Muntz, Vice President, Leadership Pipeline Institute
Alan is a highly experience business focused senior human resource (HR) generalist with over 20 years’ experience in leading HR teams, strategic and operational HR functions and playing key roles in organisational leadership teams.
Tania Montesin, Chain Head of Operations Excellence
Tania is an experienced Group Manufacturing and Operations Manager who has a passion for developing internal capability while leveraging industry collaboration to drive effective change cross functionally.
David Stannard, The Vision Guy
With more than 30 years of world class petrochemical manufacturing leadership, David is a passionate advocate for the use of visual management in both business and life.
Louise Weine, Regional Director, NAWO
In her role as Regional Director for the not-for-profit association NAWO, Louise leads a network of individuals and organisations who support and activate positive and useful change.
Thursday 5 March 2020
Holiday Inn Parramatta, NSW
- Leadership Coaching Skills with Cheryl Jekiel, CEO, Lean Leadership Centre
This workshop includes techniques that can be applied to each participant’s environment using the takeaway tools from the session. The coaching model presented reflects a positive approach to leading teams that delivers better results.
- Building Your Leadership Pipeline with Alan Muntz, Vice President, Leadership Pipeline Institute
In this interactive workshop you will explore and reflect on the challenges of transitioning into a Leadership role. Develop an understanding of the mindset, value and time changes Leaders need to embrace to add value as a leader and value their Leadership role.
- A Leadership Tools Taster with Alan Muntz, Vice President, Leadership Pipeline Institute
This workshop will borrow from the performance standards of the Leading Others passage of the Leadership Pipeline. You will get hands on practice with a number of tools, skills and insights.
**Workshop Fees Apply – Members receive substantial discounts**
Summit & Workshop Registration Enquiries:
Kevin Bennett, QLD & NSW Facilitator
M: 0407 144 963