CULTURE + INCLUSION + WELLBEING

28 JUNE 2022 - POSTPONED 
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED - DATES TO BE ADVISED

 

ABOUT THE EVENT

Going beyond ‘admiring the problem’ and offering real
solutions for a holistic workplace

Building a pathway for the next decade

Creating and cultivating a diverse and inclusive work culture should be a core value of any law firm and rooted in the oldest traditions of law’s commitment to equality for all. It is also essential for the legal workplace to promote a working environment that prioritises the health and wellbeing of its staff and reinforces a supportive, respectful, and inclusive culture.

 

Mental health is a major priority especially the impact the pandemic has had on all workplaces, including the legal sector. It has presented new challenges to manage employee mental health and wellbeing as they adapt to remote working and distorted lines between home and work, all whilst steering through constant uncertainty and economic constraints. Talk of the great resignation has also ignited the discussion and underlined the importance of wellbeing, bringing it to the forefront.

 

This one-day event will be an opportunity to navigate the best strategies and hear first-hand how to promote and cultivate an inclusive work culture that integrates mental health and wellbeing so all can thrive and perform at their best.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The future of work

  • Workplaces have changed forever. Have we sufficiently adapted?

  • Small Shifts Big Impact:

    • Presenting insights and strategies to improve organisation's and help

    • people drive performance and well-being through networks

  • It starts at the beginning: thinking about diversity, inclusion and wellbeing in the context of law schools and the future profession.

  • Beyond Compliance: Building Respectful and Inclusive Workplaces

  • Cultural anthropologist view:  The Role of Leaders in Leading the Change

 
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
 

  • CEO, Chief Executive Partner

  • Managing Partners

  • Heads of Diversity & Inclusion

  • Heads of Health, Safety & Wellbeing

  • HRM Professionals

  • Recruitment, Training & Talent Managers

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

PROFESSOR ROB CROSS | EDWARD A. MADDEN PROFESSOR OF GLOBALLEADERSHIP | BABSON COLLEGE (USA) *via video 
For more 20 years, Rob Cross has studied the underlying networks of effective organizations and the collaborative practices of high performers.
Working with more than 300 organizations and reaching thousands of leaders from the front line to the C-suite, he has identified specific ways to cultivate vibrant, effective networks at all levels of an organization and any career stage.
Through research and writing, speaking and consulting, and courses and tools, Rob’s network strategies are transforming the way people lead, work and live in a hyper-connected world.

 
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about the venue

VENUE: PIER ONE SYDNEY HARBOUR | AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION

EVENT ADDRESS: 11 Hickson Road WALSH BAY | SYDNEY | 2000

PHONE NUMBER: Main Line: 02 8298 991

 

ACCOMMODATION:

Pier One is delighted to offer a conference attendee code K6Y, which is 10% off our best available rate online- subject to availability. Should you prefer this option, reservations are to be directly made on www.pieronesydneyharbour.com.au and quote K6Y under the special/corporate box.

 

COVID SAFE MEASURES AT THE FORUM:

In line with the latest current government regulations


Managing Partner

Wallmans Lawyers

No matter how many times I attend the conference I am always enlightened by what is presented and appreciate the open discussions that surround both the formal and informal sessions.

Thank you to Chilli IQ!

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Managing Partner 

Cowell Clarke

Another great conference where as a Managing Partner I came away with 2 or 3 important ideas from most sessions to take back with me for discussion and/or implementation 

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