From crisis to renewal with Jono Nicholas

From crisis to renewal with Jono Nicholas

Virtual Event
Friday, 3 December 2021
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM 

Professional & Affiliate $0 
Non Member 
$99





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Insights for public sector managers as the ‘return to office’ begins

ABOUT THIS EVENT
How will you make the move to 2022? Will you start the year feeling energised or feeling exhausted? During 2021, the work for public sector leaders at all levels was about crisis management. But relying on that crisis management approach in 2022 won’t work, even if people have enjoyed a relatively normal summer break in 2022. This discussion will explore why a renewal mindset will be crucial in the year ahead and what practical steps public sector leaders and managers can do help create that new way of looking at the working world.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
If you’re public sector manager or leader, or you are responsible for workforce planning, this this discussion will help you develop strategic and tactical ways of supporting your team in 2022. It will show you how to get in front of the ‘great resignation’ by re-recruiting your team before the holidays and giving you ideas on how to plan practical responses for the unknown risks in the year ahead.

SPEAKER
Jono Nicholas
Managing Director, Wellbeing Outfit
Chief Mental Health Advisor, EY Oceania

Jono Nicholas is the CEO and Founder of the Wellbeing Outfit and the Chief Mental Health Advisor for EY Oceania. He has also been he CEO of ReachOut Australia:  Australia’s leading digital mental health service for young people and their parents. In 2018, Jono Nicholas was a finalist for the Australian Mental Health Prize, in which he was recognised for his more than 20 years of service to the mental health industry. During 2020 and 2021, he has been working directly with public sector leaders and managers to support them through the workplaces challenges created by COVID.


FACILITATOR
Chris Lamb
Deputy Commissioner
NSW Public Service Commission

Chris joined the Commission in October 2020 and his role leads Organisational Development, including Diversity & Inclusion, for the Commission which oversees the largest workforce in Australia. Prior to this, Chris spent 12 years at Lendlease and served at different times as the HR Director - Australia, Global Head of Organisational Development and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer. Chris has recently been appointed Deputy Chair of Diversity Council Australia, having previously served on DCA’s board from 2010 – 2019. Chris is also a Non-Executive Director of Netball NSW and has recently completed a two year term as an Advisory Committee member of The University of New South Wales’ Australian Human Rights Institute. Chris is also a member of the Pride in Diversity (PiD) Advisory Board and has been associated with PiD since its foundation in 2010. In 2015 Chris received AHRI’s Diversity Champion Award and in 2018 he completed further postgraduate education in Aboriginal Studies. He is currently undertaking a Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy. 

When
3/12/2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where
AUSTRALIA
 
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