Event Details

Tuesday, 12 May, 2020 - 10:00 to 11:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)


AIHS Members - Complimentary
Non-Members - Complimentary


Event Organising Body: 
Art of Work



The global health crisis that the business community currently faces, is creating unprecedented organisational uncertainty. In the current scenario, it is more important than ever to create adaptive capacity to ensure essential organisations can continue to deliver services.

The next COVID-19 webinar will be Emerging from lockdown - Applying what we have learned. With reducing COVID infections, the politicians are moving to restore normal business activities. As business plans for resumption, adaptation, and agility will be a key feature of the way work is done.

This webinar will bring together the leading thinkers on adaptive capacity and workplace relationship management titled:  "Emerging from Lockdown - Applying what we have learned". 

This webinar will be an exchange of ideas between the panel members, outlining a new view for how work will be done.

When: Tuesday 12 May 2020
Time: 10:00am AEST
Length: 60 Minutes
Cost: Free

Registration Form

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  • Professor Sidney Dekker - Creator of Safety Differently Safety Science Innovation Lab, Griffith University - building capacity and resilience
  • Michael Tooma - Managing Director, Clyde & Co - thinking differently about the law and governance obligations
  • Rosa Carrillo - Leadership and Team Development Consultant - International Author (USA) and architect of relationship safety

A limited number of the live webinar audience members will be offered the opportunity to interact with the panel via a video connection.
Art of Work in partnership with AIHS will host the online forum.

This webinar is presented in partnership by: