Forever After: How COVID-19 Has Changed Our World Forever


When the pandemic crashed into our lives a year ago, it changed us in ways we could never have imagined. Now, on the other side of this crisis, some those are going back to ‘normal’, but the pandemic has changed some things forever. In this session, we’ll explore what this means f...

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Top Leadership Trends for 2021 and Beyond


A crisis doesn’t create leaders; it amplifies them. In “normal” times, many organisations tolerate mediocre or average leaders, but in a crisis those leaders are ruthlessly exposed. COVID-19 has disrupted our world, and people want leaders who step up and lead through crisis, recovery...

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Let’s Get Digital!


For the last three years, KPMG’s annual “Keeping Us Up At Night” survey reported on what Australian business leaders consider their biggest challenges and issues. The same topic ranked #1 for all three years (pre-pandemic!): digital transformation. Even the pandemic didn’t slow this trend. ...

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Reimagining The Workplace: A New Vision for the Future of Work


COVID-19 has transformed when, where, and how we work – with social distancing, more people working from home, online meetings, and virtual collaboration. For many organisations, COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation, and the future workplace will never be the same. Join us for a compli...

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It’s Time to Think The Unthinkable


On 2nd March, Australia recorded its first death from coronavirus – a 78-year-old Perth man who returned to Australia after contracting the virus on the Diamond Princess cruise ship. Even if that feels like a lifetime ago, it’s been only 10 weeks, and in that time Australia has done an ...

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Top 10 Healthcare Trends in Australia in 2019


By 2050, a quarter of the population will be aged 60+ everywhere except Africa (EY) AI uses patient data to improve clinical decision-making and personalize care (World Economic Forum) Wearable and portable devices empower patients to self-manage their care (Deloitte) The always-connected patient ...

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