PERTH EVENT: Leadership Effectiveness with Denise Goldsworthy (8 September)
The Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology Australia is proud to present our upcoming CPD event celebrating the return of our formal professional development events. This event will be hosted by Denise Goldsworthy AO.
What’s it all about?
Based on work from Irvin David Yalom, an emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University via Industrial Leadership Training, Denise will discuss her lessons learnt in leadership effectiveness. Yalom developed a model outlining the four levers to improving human performance. While originally designed for clinical use in group psychotherapy, it was introduced to Denise as a leadership tool early in her executive career. Since then, she has applied the model in her own way. Denise will explore the model by illustrating its practical application in leadership settings to improve human performance in the workplace.
Denise was recently made an Officer of the Order of Australia in the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours. This event will also coincide with the conclusion of the inaugural SIOPA Mentoring Program 2020.
PLEASE NOTE: To register for the ONLINE/WEBINAR version of the event, which is available for attendees who are not currently residing in Western Australia, CLICK HERE.
About the Speaker:
Denise Goldsworthy AO
(Founder, Managing Principal/Alternate Futures)
BAs Founder of Alternate Futures, Denise connects research organisations, tech start-ups and industry. Her expertise in innovation was honed during her career in the resources industry. Starting with BHP Steel, Denise rose to leadership roles in operations and technology for ironmaking and steelmaking. Later joining Rio Tinto Iron Ore as Technical Marketing Manager, ultimately moving into executive roles including CCO Autonomous Haul Trucks, MD Dampier Salt, and MD HIsmelt. Denise has a portfolio of NED roles which includes Chair of ChemCentre and Navy Clearance Diver Trust; the Boards of Western Power and Export Finance Australia, as well as a member of Council at Edith Cowan University.
EACH TICKET INCLUDES A GLASS OF BEER/WINE ON ARRIVAL AND CANAPES.
Date And Time
Tue., 8 September 2020
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AWST
The WACA Ground
Wally Edwards Room
Nelson Crescent, East Perth
(UPDATED: Please note that the venue has been changed from the Institute of Chartered Accountants to the WACA Ground.)
- ENTRY – All guests to enter the WACA Ground via gate 2.
- PARKING – The City of Perth operates numerous parking facilities near the WACA Ground, Casual rates apply. The nearest public car park is located along Nelson Crescent – Queens Garden Car Park. Street parking is also available along Nelson Crescent.
- GETTING HERE – For information on getting here, please check our website https://wacaground.com.au/getting-here/
- MAP – The Wally Edwards Room is located on the map attached, point 14. Head to reception foyer and take the lift to level 4. Directional signage will also be present for guests to follow.
- CASH BAR – The WACA Ground is a cashless venue, therefor only accept card payments.
- EMERGENCY EVACUATION – Attached should you require this information for your facilitator or welcome presentation.
- SMOKING POLICY – The WACA Ground is smoke free venue. Patrons must exit the venue via gate 2 and move away from the gate if they wish to smoke.
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