YP Forum: Keeping the Human Touch in the New World of Work

YP Forum: Keeping the Human Touch in the New World of Work
Live Online Event
Thursday 29 October 2020
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM AEST
Member $25
Affiliate $35
Non Member $55
*Event is subject to recording



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As technology reshapes the way we think about work, workers and workplaces, how do we keep a focus on the priorities and needs of the next generation of public sector leaders?


ABOUT THIS EVENT  

At a time of unprecedented change, uncertainty, and volatility, where we are all experiencing moments of isolation, detachment and disconnection, the importance of bringing a sense of humanity to bear in all that we do, has never been greater.

Rather than thinking about how to humanise the work environment inundated by technology, the real challenge is to consider how we can leverage the environment that technology creates to humanise the world of work.

To take up this challenge, in the context of our new normal, we are inviting  you to join a conversation – to hear from your peers, your teams, leaders and colleagues – to take the best of what we have shown we can achieve – agility, adaptability, flexibility, accountability – and sustain it, build upon it, and keep it human.

Join us in a virtual workspace for a ‘human’ conversation, where you will work with other YPN members to reimagine what it means to be distinctly human, understand what opportunities the ‘new normal’ will offer you, and receive tips on how to shape what your future at work looks like.  
 
WHAT WILL I GAIN?

This is an opportunity to connect and collaborate, to share experiences, insights and challenges, and to explore how workplaces can create a sense of belonging stability and security, while still encouraging individuality, reinvention and adaptation.

The forum will help you identify the opportunities created by this ‘new normal’ for you and your career. Your ideas and insights will also help to shape the advice offered to public sector leaders about the role they should play in supporting the next generation of public sector leaders.
 
HOW WILL I LEARN?

This online forum will include a mix of presentations, breakout room discussions and whole of group Q&A.

PRE-WORK

Please read this analysis into five conditions that are needed for team effectiveness in a modern workplace.

SPONSOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This event is presented with support from our partner Deloitte. 





SPEAKERS

Jessica Watson OAM
Consultant
Human Capital
Deloitte



Jessica Watson OAM is a Consultant in Deloitte’s Human Capital Consulting practice working on organisational transformations and initiatives to improve people performance. Jessica has a passion for team performance, diversity, and inclusion. She has co-authored thought leadership on high performance team-building in the future of work.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Jessica authored two books, and was named 2011 Young Australian of the Year. Jessica became the youngest person to sail solo non-stop and unassisted around the world, aged 16. In January 2012, Jessica received an OAM (Order of Australia Medal) for services to sailing and for being a role model for the youth of Australia.

Jessica is the co-founder of a marine start-up and a Youth Ambassador for The United Nations World Food Programme. She completed an MBA in 2017.

Megan Maletic
Director
Human Capital
Deloitte


Megan Maletic is a Director in Deloitte’s Human Capital team and a member of Deloitte’s NSW government and health leadership teams. Her work focuses on the people aspect of change and transformation, including enabling and optimising workforces and the future of work. Megan recently led the workforce plan refresh at NSW Health, which looks to define the 10-year vision and refresh the existing Health Professionals Workforce Plan, informing strategic and tactical priorities for delivering excellent healthcare in NSW. 

Kate McDonald
Partner
Human Capital
Deloitte


Kate MacDonald leads the Public Sector practice for Deloitte’s Human Capital Practice. With a local and international career of public and private sector organisational transformation that spans over 26 years, she collaborates with leaders across the sector to successfully deliver multi-disciplinary programmes. Kate has extensive business transformation experience, working with local and global organisations on programmes incorporating policy reform, business process redesign and system implementation, supported by the people dimensions of transformation.


Ruo Yan
IPAA NSW Young Professional Councillor
Risk and Compliance Manager
Western Sydney Airport


Ruo is the Risk and Compliance Manager at Western Sydney Airport, and provides strategic inputs to the organisation in its delivery of Sydney’s first 24/7 airport. She works with all three tiers of Government to ensure alignment of objectives and further growth in the Western Sydney region.

Prior to Western Sydney Airport, Ruo was a management consultant specialising in providing advice to the public sector. Ruo is motivated to connect the private and public sector, and create a collaborative environment which promotes knowledge sharing and realising efficiencies and opportunities for both.

Ruo is a graduate of the Australian National University, with a double degree in Law and Actuarial Studies and currently doing her MBA at the University of Sydney. Ruo is an admitted lawyer with the Supreme Court of NSW


 
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Contact

Contact our office on 02 8066 1900 or email events@nsw.ipaa.org.au for any questions and/or clarifications.

When
29/10/2020 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Where
Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
 

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