Launched in 2022, our Speaker Series explores topical conversations related to purpose and business, leveraging the expertise within the shared value community.
It will ensure you have your finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest new research, reports and thought leadership, via dynamic lunch and learn-style presentations.
These webinars will kick-off with a Workforce of the Future mini-series
Tuesday 15 March | The Workforce of the Future: Global Trends & Inclusive Hiring
This session will open with a global outlook from Nicole Trimble, founder and former Managing Director of US-based organisation Talent Rewire. We’ll then hear from Jobsbank CEO Corinne Proske and Digital & Innovation Manager Leigh Jones, who have just launched the Inclusion Hub; a platform which matches employers with candidates from disadvantaged cohorts, bringing supportive community organisations and employment agencies into the process in an Australian-first.
Tuesday 5 April | The Workforce of the Future: What Workers REALLY Want: Winning the War for Talent
In this session we’ll explore PwC Australia’s research into the priorities of Australian workers – drawing on a survey of more than 1,800 Australians – and how those priorities change across gender, generation and geography. And, as the power dynamic between organisations and workers continues to change, we’ll also learn more about the growing expectation gap between what leaders believe workers want, versus what they’re actually looking for.
Our presenters, Caitlin Guilfoyle, Future of work Growth Play Leader, and Gabriel Harris, Partner in Financial Services Consulting, will also showcase PwC’s award-winning collaboration with Western Sydney University to create an Operations Delivery Centre in Paramatta, which exclusively employs undergraduate and post-graduate students. We will conclude with a member-only Q&A.
Wednesday 3 May | The Workforce of the Future: Inclusive Design
Join us in hearing from Sue Boyce, Ability Works CEO, and Paul Ashby, Aurecon Service Group Leader, Land and Water, South Australia and Victoria, as they talk us through an award-winning business offering that creates work for people with a disability, by leveraging their unique insight. They’ll tell us about their partnership, the resulting development of Ability Works’ Inclusive Design Business Unit, and how its core principles can help to create a better, more empowered future workforce.
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