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Event Details

Thursday, 4 August, 2022 - 08:30 to Thursday, 1 September, 2022 - 10:30
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

Cost

AIHS Members - $950 + GST
Non-Members - $955 + GST

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Art of Work
Phone: 
(07) 3051 5856

Type

Endorsed Training
Workshop

Sign up for our new Enabling Leadership expert-led learning journey. Learn how to elevate your leadership style to inspire others to deliver successful work whilst acquiring insights, strategies and tactics that will positively impact your personal and team success. Whether you are seeking performance improvement related to safety, operations, quality or innovation, this program is for you!

What is a Enabling Leadership?

Excited by Safety Differently, Enabling Safety, Human & Organisational Performance, New View & Safety II and want to bring it further to life in your organisation?

Learn how to elevate your leadership style to inspire others to deliver successful work whilst acquiring insights, strategies and tactics that will positively impact your personal and team success.

Enabling Leadership is about shifting practices and conversations from ‘telling and directing’ to ‘curiosity and engagement’, from ‘command and control’ to ‘enabling the success of your team’. Aimed at leaders who wish to develop their personal leadership style, create an environment of learning, empowerment and innovation, and who want to build capacity in an organisation that promotes an environment for outstanding performance improvement.

A leader’s success is and should be measured by a team’s performance.

Event Details

Dates:  
Thursday 4th August
Thursday 11th August
Thursday 18th August 
Thursday 25th August
Thursday 1st September

Time: 8:30am - 10:30pm AEST
Format: Online Workshop
Cost:
AIHS Member: $855 + GST
Non-Members $950 + GST


What you will Learn

  • How to bring this change to life in your organisation on a practical level.  Discover how the planning, design and resourcing of operations can impact the way work is done.
  • How to engage the wider audience in this conversation and the enabling leadership practices.
  • How to successfully navigate the complexities of the modern world of work, harnessing the potential of people through an improved understanding of why people do what they do.
  • How using a coaching-based approach helps individual and team problem-solving skills, leading to improved outcomes and accountability.
  • How to engage stakeholders in self-determined change and encourage the exploration of what is working well within an organisation.
  • How to overcome common challenges to change.
  • How to re-imagine the evolving landscape of risk to achieve greater resilience and innovation.
  • How to motivate, engage and set others up for future success.

Programme Breakdown

This highly interactive and participative program blends individual self-paced learning and reflection with engaging live online group sessions. Each participant will be given access to our interactive platform featuring videos, podcasts, articles and more, to optimise your learning journey.
The program runs over 5 weeks and consists of 5 x 120-minute sessions.

Before each module begins, we will invite you to undertake guided, self-led learning, including a thought-provoking video, podcast, and reading collateral to prepare you for the topics featured in the next module.

Module 1 - The Case for Looking at Leadership Differently
Module 2 - Navigating Complexity as a Leader
Module 3 -  Crucial Curious Conversations in Challenging Times

Module 5 - Risk and the Messy Reality of Work
Module 6 - Elevate your leadership to inspire others

 


Your Presenters

Danny Harnedy
Danny is a versatile Senior Executive, Strategic thinker, agent of change and leader, who brings over 20 years’ experience in senior executive roles across a range of functional disciplines for large corporates, across a breadth of industry sectors (Banking, Aviation, Business Services and Rail), in the UK, US and for the last 10 years in Australia. Originally qualified as an accountant (ACMA and CPA), Danny’s career has been built on problem-solving and optimising outcomes, by engaging and inspiring colleagues to unlock potential in their teams to deliver sustainable step-change in performance in areas such as risk management, governance, safety culture, behaviour change, efficiency and financial performance. Danny’s consulting approach focuses on understanding the performance issue and equipping the team to respond.

 

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Marc McLaren
Marc is the Founder and Managing Director of Generative HSE and Art of Work forming a highly skilled and qualified team in risk management, culture development, safety leadership, and OHS system design and review. Having worked in various industries, including oil and gas, mining, processing, infrastructure, rail, construction, manufacturing, and logistics, he provides a diverse perspective and wide range of skills for the organization which are highly regarded by the company’s client base. Marc drives the strategic leadership of Generative HSE as a talented presenter, analytical thinker, executive leader, facilitator, and OHS professional with over 25 years of business management experience. He understands the intricacies of OHS and, as a result, has developed an innovative portfolio of services ranging from material risk management to process safety, OHS strategy planning, global safety culture surveying, and effective safety leadership training and coaching.

 

Cambell Warren
Campbell has a wide array of experiences in construction, infrastructure and mining, ranging from frontline operator roles through to senior management roles. Following years working in underground mining at some of Australia’s largest mine sites including Mine Isa Mines and Olympic Dam, Campbell moved into the world of Tier 1 construction, working for such companies as Thiess, McConnell Dowell and John Holland.

Campbell led the safety function for the design and construct joint venture delivering the iconic Sydney Light Rail Project and performed corporate safety oversight for a multi-billion-dollar portfolio of projects for John Holland, including the construction of Sydney Metro Northwest. From there, Campbell was a member of the executive leadership team for Downer Utilities, working across power, water, gas, telecommunications and renewable energy sectors. At Downer, Campbell inspired and led a culture of innovation, empowerment and trust, pioneering safety differently approaches to achieve outstanding results in human and operational performance.

 

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