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What do they want from me? The different leadership roles in change

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Nov 11, 2021 12:30 PM

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Speakers

Michelle Mills
Leadership Consultant and Coach
Michelle has over 20 years experiences in supporting leaders to be the best they can be in their work environments. She has worked with hundreds of workplace leaders, frontline, middle and senior management through formalized leadership programs and coaching initiatives across diverse industries across Australia and New Zealand including Health, Higher Education, Finance, Aged Care and Aviation. Many workplaces today require leaders to be both agile and adaptive in their approach to achieving results and motivating others. A ‘one size fits all’ leadership approach is no longer effective in our fast paced and often ambiguous change environments. As a Prosci accredited change practitioner Michelle couples global research and evidenced based data with her own anecdotal change leadership experience to support leaders to more consciously embrace the roles that will support team and organizational success.
Leigh Willson
Change, Leadership and Wellbeing Coach @Hood Sweeney
Leigh is an authentic and commercially orientated leader, organisational development and change practitioner, leadership coach and registered Psychologist. For 20 years she has partnered and provided organisational development and strategic and operational HR advice to leaders and leadership teams within corporate organisations and local and state government to deliver business outcomes and transformational organisational change. She has provided change management advice and support on a range of large-scale change projects, particularly in healthcare. During this time she has successfully developed the capabilities of project sponsors and leaders and assisted them to normalise and unravel the complexities experienced during times of change, establish clear priorities and work collaboratively with their people to achieve sustainable business outcomes.