ROCHE PHARMACEUTICALS CASE STUDY
CATALYZING A LEADERSHIP AND CULTURE CHANGE ACROSS 120+ COUNTRIES
Roche, a global healthcare organization, with over 92,000 employees has undertaken a dramatic approach to leadership development and culture change to ensure they focus on impact and deliver better outcomes for more patients, faster. Hear why the organisation has embarked on this transformation journey and what they have learned so far.
With Rachel Frizberg, Area Head Asia Pacific, Roche Pharmaceuticals & Christiane Schumacher, HR Director APAC, Roche Pharmaceuticals
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN ORGANISATIONS
Is the buzzword of transformation really relevant? How is business impact measured? Where does innovation and agility meet basic leadership fundamentals? What are the differences between a state only organisation, a national focused organisation and a MNC?
With Jane Keating,Managing Director, Finance & Data Compliance, Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC), David Bryant, Group General Manager, People and Culture, St Vincents Health Australia, and Vince Neville, General Manager-Distribution, Viva Energy.
WHY AGILE LEADERSHIP IS NEEDED TO TRULY IMPLEMENT AN AGILE CULTURE IN ORGANISATIONS
‘Agile’ has become a buzz word and risks becoming a fad. However there are many important links between agile leadership, agile mindsets, agile methodologies and agile business structures. This interview based session will explore the agile thinking needed by leaders in order to successfully implement agile methodologies in organisations.
With Dr Munib Karavdic, Managing Director WAVE design and Conjoint Professor in Intrapreneurship, UNSW and Anthony Elliott, Executive General Manager, Corporate Services, Open Universities Australia
DEEP DIVE INTO READING LEADERSHIP CIRCLE PROFILES
What are the deeper patterns and skills needed to masterfully interpret Leadership Circle profiles. What are the patterns in numbers, between Reactive tendencies, in narrative descriptions and connected belief systems.
With Steve Athey, Senior Partner, Full Circle Group & The Leadership Circle, Dr John Wood, Director, Leadership Solutions Global, and Sarah Cornally, Systemic Leadership Consultant; Leadership Circle Faculty & Executive Coach
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LEADER AND THEIR COACH
When a leader is choosing a coach to work with the choice is predominantly based on chemistry. This non scientific but very human approach yields a range of outcomes. Some positive and some very neutral. But some relationships seems to get extraordinary results. Why is that? What are the dynamics that enable great outcomes? How it works and when does it not? What do the leader and their coach need to bring to the relationship to both get great outcomes?
With Guest: Kerryn Velleman, Director Human Capital International (HCI) with Nicole Bartholomeusz, Deputy/Interim CEO for cohealth; Roderick Cross, Director, START Consultants with Callan Battley, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Mater Health Group; and Janine Daniels, Principal Consultant and Head of Executive Coaching, Bendelta with Helen Williams, Director Rail Systems Development, Transport NSW.
STEVE ATHEY KEYNOTE
FOUNDATIONS OF TYRANNY: THE DOMINANT NARRATIVE IDENTITY
One of the most challenging complexities leaders face is the complexity of the self. Following Steve’s highly regarded keynote at the 2018 conference, he returns to Australia to a further exploration of Narrative Identity and the Constricted Imagination.
This year Steve tackles another aspect of self-making through narrative, how our dominant identity story can become tyrannical in midlife—crushing diversity, limiting experimentation, and propagating an increasingly sterile monoculture of selfhood. These plateaus are primary obstacles to adaptive leadership. Steve Athey, Senior Partner, The Leadership Circle & Full Circle Group.
G8 EDUCATION CASE STUDY
A PERSONAL LEADERSHIP JOURNEY
Follow the career of an executive leader (and coach) across multiple executive leadership roles within a large-scale listed company environment. With Gary Carroll, CEO and Managing Director, G8 Education Limited and and Heather Linaker, Queensland State Director and Executive Coach & Mentor, Stephenson Mansell Group.
TRANSFORMATION PRACTICES TO HELP LEADERS NAVIGATE THE COMPLEXITIES THEY FACE
Many articles are written about navigating complexities and transforming leaders to be able to meet higher demands. But what does this actually mean and how does this happen. Our panel share their experiences, insights, practices and go to resources in an open and wide ranging conversation. Keep your pens nearby to capture a raft of precious anecdotes and a bunch of wisdom.
With Mary Dwyer, Impact Solutions International, Steve Athey, Senior Partner, The Leadership Circle & Full Circle Group, Sarah Cornally, Systemic Leadership Consultant, Leadership Circle Faculty & Executive Coach and Mark Burrell, Vice President Consulting, Full Circle Group.
HOW THE IMMUNITY TO CHANGE™ (ITC) PROCESS HELPS TEAMS TO BECOME UNSTUCK IN ORGANISATIONS
Teams are the main entities that architect, strategise and actually perform the work within organisations. When teams work well the whole organisation benefits. But often teams stall for no apparent reason with many negative implications. In this very interactive and dynamic workshop Dr. Pauline Lee and Padraig O’Sullivan will explore the Immunity to Change process by Kegan and Lahey and how it best applies to teams. The workshop will cover:
What is ITC for Teams
The methodology – a process for participants to practice with
How we have integrated it into our team coaching practice
Case Studies of teams with associated outcomes
N.B. This recording is of the first 52 minutes of the workshop only, covering the introduction to the ITC framework. The remainder of the workshop was not recorded to preserve privacy and enable participants to practice what they’d learned in their subgroups.
With Dr Pauline Lee, FCG Associate/Organisational Psychologist, Leargas & Padraig O'Sullivan, President, The Leadership Circle & Full Circle Group.