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    • 26 Jun 2017
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Mills Oakley Lawyers, Level 12 400 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
    • 6

    Executive Briefing (Sydney)

    Further Information

    AuSAE Executive Briefing events provide an exclusive environment for motivated association executives to gain insights and advice from other industry professionals. Executive Briefing events enables members to raise and discuss critical issues affecting industry and network with other professionals from the not-for-profit sector.

    The Topic

    This presentation will cover: 

    • How to manage risk arising from new activities/ventures through restructuring;
    • How to reduce risk arising from existing operations through restructuring;
    • How a proper structure can assist in the success of an enterprise;
    • How to manage the liability of a NFP in its day to day operations (eg. Incorporations, caution in providing guarantees etc);
    • How to protect the liability of officers in a NFP (eg. deeds of indemnity, access and insurance);
    • How to manage risk in a merger or collaboration;
    • Common risk issues arising from badly drafted contracts;
    • How to assist your board in making robust decisions;
    • Organisational obligations in disclosing member registers and how do Directors stay protected

      The Presenter

      Vera Visevic, Partner, Mills Oakley

      Vera Visevic is a Partner and head of the Charity and Not-for-Profit team at national law firm, Mills Oakley Lawyers. 

      Mills Oakley has a genuine understanding of the not-for-profit sector and the increasingly complex legislative issues surrounding not-for-profits. Its dedicated team provides education, advice and specialist legal counsel to some of Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisations including charities, religious organisations, community groups and professional associations. Vera and her team expertly guide clients through the specific legal challenges facing their sector with simple, easy-to-understand language (not legal jargon) and a no-nonsense approach. The team at Mills Oakley are one of only a few specialised legal firms in Australia with the experience and know-how to provide advice and assistance to not-for-profits looking to undertake commercial activities. Their expertise in the not-for-profit field means they have first-hand knowledge of current issues affecting the sector and upcoming changes that may impact your organisation.
      • 27 Jun 2017
      • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Balmoral Room, Stamford Plaza Melbourne, 111 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
      • 0

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      This special AuSAE Workshop is a fantastic way to learn how to use social media to effectively recruit, retain and engage with members. 

      Communication in the digital age – is social media the be all and end all? The business world has changed how it communicates, with social media becoming increasingly common. It seems that there is a bright new shiny social media channel or technology every second week. What we need to remember, is that at the heart, nothing should have changed. People still do business with people they know, like and trust. Service excellence and consistency of value are essential to business success. In this workshop Mel will help you understand what is real and what is smoke and mirrors when it comes to effective communication today.

      Attend this special one day workshop and learn: 

      • how to be heard by your market and connect with your members so they understand the value of your association
      • strategies to communicate effectively with millennials
      • how to identify the right social media channels for your association
      • why social media is not designed as a sales tool, but is instead intended to build trust and authority
      • how to create and leverage content that your members will value
      • how to effectively use social media in 30 minutes a day
      • how to mitigate your social media risk
      • why you need a social media policy and how to write one that works.

      Delegates will be offered ample opportunity to ask questions and engage with other delegates to exchange ideas and information

      The Presenter - Mel Kettle

      Mel Kettle is a communication and social media expert, with over 20 years’ professional experience, a Master of Business in Marketing and a Master of Public Health. She specialises in developing practical communication solutions for her clients. She also trains, mentors and up-skills CEOs, staff and volunteers to improve their communication and social media skills. Mel has worked with professional and industry associations, community organisations, researchers and academics, charities, government, and businesses of all sizes to help them develop effective and practical communication and social media strategies that lead to an increase in brand awareness, customer satisfaction and business growth.

      "Mel has an outstanding level of contemporary knowledge about social media and how it can integrate with traditional marketing. The information she shared on a range of platforms was easily communicated to all our departments and this translated into a seamless integration of social media into C&K. Mel listened to our issues and worked with us to provide a solution tailored to our needs. What could have been a difficult process was made more enjoyable as Mel was a delight to work with." Kim Douglas, General Manager, Marketing and Communications, The Creche & Kindergarten Association

      Register here online or download the workshop booking form here.

      • 11 Jul 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
      • Boulevard Room, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Grey Street, South Brisbane, QLD, 4101

      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      Tom and Richard will explore the path they took to obtain every boarding school in Australia as a member, and how they have gone about keeping them over the last four years. They will talk about events, connections, relationships and publications, all of which is part of their strategy to keep all schools engaged.

      The Speakers - Richard Stokes, Executive Director, Australian Boarding Schools Association (ABSA) 

      Richard Stokes is the current Executive Director of ABSA. He first worked in boarding in 1979 in Adelaide at Immanuel College as a fulltime supervisor, and upon completing his BA and Dip Ed he moved to Brisbane in 1982. At St Peters Lutheran College he took on the role of Assistant Senior Boarding Master, and in subsequent years become co-ordinator of boarding at St Peters.

      In 1996 he took on the new challenge of Dean of Residential Care at St Joseph’s Nudgee College, a boarding school of nearly 600 boys, and held that role until he retired from a direct boarding role at the end of 2005.

      Richard has been involved in ABSA or its previous versions since 1985, holding positions including Treasurer, Secretary and President, and was appointed the first part-time Executive Director for the newly formed Australian Boarding Schools Association in 2007. The role became a full-time one in 2011. Richard is happily married to Karen, and has two adult children who both enjoyed growing up in the boarding environment!

      Thomas Dunsmore, General Manager, Australian Boarding Schools Association (ABSA)

      Thomas Dunsmore, the ABSA General Manager, started his role as Office Manager of ABSA in late April 2012, and moved into the role of Operations Manager at the conclusion of his Traineeship in April 2013.

      During 2012 he completed a Traineeship in Business with ABSA and has achieved a Certificate III in Business, a Diploma in Business and a Diploma in Management. Tom is now studying Business part-time at Bond University. 

      One of the key aspects he has developed for ABSA is our Social Media and Web Presence including a number of videos on best practice. A key focus for Tom is building partnerships with organisations to support this industry. The role includes active support for the Association’s member schools. Over his time with ABSA, he has had the opportunity to visit 150+ boarding schools and work short stints in boarding houses around Australia. 

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 12 Jul 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Sunset Room, Luna Park, 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point NSW 2061
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      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      Martin will draw on his 27 years of learnings gained from volunteering and working for membership organisations to explore membership engagement and growth – what it looks like, the success and what happens if things go wrong. Martin will discuss how to undertake a membership health check for your organisation, how to empower staff and the importance of effective communications in the process.

      The Speaker - Martin Thomas, Operations Manager - Training & Development, St John Ambulance Australia NSW

      Marty has had an extensive 38-year business career having owned and operated local and overseas companies and has travel extensively throughout South East Asia. Positions held during this time include Managing Director and General Manager. In 2008, he left the private sector, to follow his passion to work in the NFP sector and took up the position of CEO for Scouts WA. Since then has held the roles of CEO for Scouts Victoria and National Chief Executive for Scouts Australia and is currently the Operations Manager at St John Ambulance Australia NSW. 

      Marty’s role at Scouts Australia focused on the strategic development and growth of Australia’s largest youth leadership organisation. Scouts Australia has over 70,000 members and is part of the global Scouting fraternity of 45 million members. Marty is responsible for 14 staff and online business and the Scouts Australia Institute of Training (RTO)

      Marty has served on numerous Boards and subcommittees including finance, risk management, marketing and corporate governance. He is a member of AuSAE, an Associate Fellow of the Australia Institute of Management and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

      As a recent graduate of the prestigious Sydney Leadership course Marty has continued to refine his leadership skill and understands the challenges that face many associations in today’s environment.

      His interests including sailing, camping and bike riding and he loves to travel with his family whenever they get the opportunity. 

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 13 Jul 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
      • Level 3, BelleVue Lounge, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, 21 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA 6000

      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      Richard will explore the path ABSA have taken to obtain every boarding school in Australia as a member, and how they have gone about keeping them over the last four years. He will talk about events, connections, relationships and publications, all of which is part of ABSA's strategy to keep all schools engaged. 

      The Speaker - Richard Stokes, Executive Director, Australian Boarding Schools Association (ABSA) 

      Richard Stokes is the current Executive Director of ABSA. He first worked in boarding in 1979 in Adelaide at Immanuel College as a fulltime supervisor, and upon completing his BA and Dip Ed he moved to Brisbane in 1982. At St Peters Lutheran College he took on the role of Assistant Senior Boarding Master, and in subsequent years become co-ordinator of boarding at St Peters.

      In 1996 he took on the new challenge of Dean of Residential Care at St Joseph’s Nudgee College, a boarding school of nearly 600 boys, and held that role until he retired from a direct boarding role at the end of 2005.

      Richard has been involved in ABSA or its previous versions since 1985, holding positions including Treasurer, Secretary and President, and was appointed the first part-time Executive Director for the newly formed Australian Boarding Schools Association in 2007. The role became a full-time one in 2011. Richard is happily married to Karen, and has two adult children who both enjoyed growing up in the boarding environment!

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 25 Jul 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Clarendon Rooms A & B, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006
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      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      The Pharmacy Guild prides itself on being the peak organisation representing community pharmacies of which there are over 5,500 across Australia. Victorian Branch President, Anthony Tassone will present strategies and methods the Guild employs to maintain high member engagement and involvement in their advocacy events to political, health and consumer stakeholders. He will also present the array of communication channels utilised to keep not only members informed but promote the work that community pharmacy does more broadly.

      The Speaker - Anthony Tassone, President The Pharmacy Guild of Australia Victoria

      Anthony registered as a pharmacist in 2002 and is currently a co-proprietor in two community pharmacies in outer South Eastern metropolitan Melbourne. He continues to work regularly in his pharmacy. He is also the President of the Victorian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild, after serving as a National Director of the Guild Pharmacy Academy. Anthony holds several other positions in the pharmacy industry including ; board director of the National Return of Unwanted Medicines project, sessional tutor for Monash University, pharmacist member of the Commonwealth's General Practice Roundtable and a member of the advisory boards for a number of pharmaceutical companies including; AbbVie and Seqirus (a CSL company). He is passionate about the role that pharmacists can play in quality use of medicines, screening and risk assessment for health conditions in the community pharmacy setting to provide tangible health solutions for the broader healthcare system.

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 27 Jul 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
      • Riverbank Room 5, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA, 5000
      • 50

      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      The ease of online communication nowadays means that more of our social and organisational interactions are moving online. But are we missing out on important face-to-face interactions by moving the majority of our communication with members to on line.

      Using today’s dedicated member management software brings with it all the features of on line communication that enable associations to blog, post, auto email, hold webinars, survey, register and renew memberships. In fact most make the need for off line communication redundant. But how do our members feel about that?

      We are literally emailing our members to death and spam filters now send enewsletters and event invites straight to the junk folder.

      Membership engagement has become a one way traffic activity full of generic messages which is in complete opposition to what members say they want – tailored, relevant, spaced communication pieces that add value.

      What can associations do to leverage the technology and still deliver meaningful communication to members.

      Come and hear Kerrie Akkermans National Membership Strategist share the story of how the Australian Water Association went full steam ahead with digital communication to reduce costs and increase member engagement and then how they needed to recalibrate due to member pushback. She will provide tips on how AWA regained member’s support and balanced their on and off line communication to ensure member’s felt a part of the community still.

      The Speaker - Kerrie Akkermans , Chief Executive Officer, Girl Guides SA

      Kerrie is a senior executive and business owner with experience in membership management, association management, real estate, marketing, personal branding, strategic management, leadership, mediation, human resource management, cultural change and conflict management, business development, best practice and quality/WHS systems. Kerrie has developed her consultancy business since 1994 and owned and operated a retail and property businesses.

      Having consulted to a range of industries on the acquisition and retention of members she is well versed in the nuances of membership management and profitable growth.

      As a professional speaker and trainer Kerrie’s skills are highly sought after and she has been engaged to share her stories and insights. She also conducts mediation for businesses to assist with disputes with stakeholders on human and financial matters.

      She has an extensive track record in working with owners using her Bachelor in Communication and innovative methods to come up with fresh ideas and solutions.

      As Kerrie says “it’s people who need to be managed, the technical skills are the easy part”. Her background and expertise in communication and mediation means she can handle the most challenging of situations.

      Her positive energy will motivate you to take action and put the ideas to work with your members.

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 31 Jul 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Swan Room, National Convention Centre Canberra, 31 Constitution Ave, Canberra ACT 2601


      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      Martin will draw on his 27 years of learnings gained from volunteering and working for membership organisations to explore membership engagement and growth – what it looks like, the success and what happens if things go wrong. Martin will discuss how to undertake a membership health check for your organisation, how to empower staff and the importance of effective communications in the process.

      The Speaker - Martin Thomas, Operations Manager - Training & Development, St John Ambulance Australia NSW

      Marty has had an extensive 38-year business career having owned and operated local and overseas companies and has travel extensively throughout South East Asia. Positions held during this time include Managing Director and General Manager. In 2008, he left the private sector, to follow his passion to work in the NFP sector and took up the position of CEO for Scouts WA. Since then has held the roles of CEO for Scouts Victoria and National Chief Executive for Scouts Australia and is currently the Operations Manager at St John Ambulance Australia NSW. 

      Marty’s role at Scouts Australia focused on the strategic development and growth of Australia’s largest youth leadership organisation. Scouts Australia has over 70,000 members and is part of the global Scouting fraternity of 45 million members. Marty is responsible for 14 staff and online business and the Scouts Australia Institute of Training (RTO)

      Marty has served on numerous Boards and subcommittees including finance, risk management, marketing and corporate governance. He is a member of AuSAE, an Associate Fellow of the Australia Institute of Management and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

      As a recent graduate of the prestigious Sydney Leadership course Marty has continued to refine his leadership skill and understands the challenges that face many associations in today’s environment.

      His interests including sailing, camping and bike riding and he loves to travel with his family whenever they get the opportunity. 

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 04 Oct 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
      • Luna Park, 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point NSW 2061
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      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      To be Confirmed.

      The Speaker - David Ritter, Chief Executive Officer, Greenpeace Australia Pacific 

      David Ritter is the Chief Executive Officer of Greenpeace Australia Pacific. He has been with Greenpeace for nine years, campaigning to secure an earth capable of nurturing life in all its amazing diversity. Prior to joining Greenpeace, he worked as a lawyer and academic. David is a widely published commentator on politics, law, history and current affairs. He is an honorary fellow of the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Australia, and a research affiliate of the Sydney Environment Institute and an Adjunct Professor in the Sydney Democracy Network, both at Sydney University.

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 05 Oct 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
      • Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Grey Street, South Brisbane, QLD, 4101

      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      To be confirmed 

      The Speaker - Deborah Jeppesen

      Deborah is an experienced consultant and facilitator with wide-ranging expertise across such topics as; interpersonal influence, resilience, leadership, negotiation, conflict resolution, and performance optimisation. Deborah has worked in Defence for over twenty years, firstly as a pilot in the Royal Australian Air Force and more recently as a psychologist providing expertise to inform whole of government policy, co-operation and engagement planning.

      Deborah’s psychological expertise is in neuropsychology, social psychology and elite level performance. Deborah has provided training in emotional regulation, influence, resilience, and cross-cultural behaviour to military personnel deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan. She has worked collaboratively on projects with law enforcement and security agencies in the US and UK, and has a strong network of colleagues to draw from working in applied psychology domains. Deborah’s strengths lie in her ability to translate academic and scientific knowledge into readily understandable concepts that apply to a diverse audience and tailored to meet the client’s operational and organisational needs. She currently delivers bespoke performance optimisation training for military special forces with strategies designed to enhance resilience under pressure as well as personal influence training in corporate settings.

      Deborah was awarded the Australian Intelligence Community Medallion in 2013 for providing expertise in support of operations preventing insider attacks, and in 2014 was awarded the Australian Intelligence Community Outstanding Service Award for innovation in developing a profiling capability. She is a contributing author to the book The Long Road: Australia’s Train Advise and Assist Missions with a chapter on the value of emotional intelligence for selection and training in Defence.

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 09 Oct 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
      • National Convention Centre Canberra, 31 Constitution Ave, Canberra ACT 2601


      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      To be confirmed.

      The Speaker - Deborah Jeppesen 

      Deborah is an experienced consultant and facilitator with wide-ranging expertise across such topics as; interpersonal influence, resilience, leadership, negotiation, conflict resolution, and performance optimisation. Deborah has worked in Defence for over twenty years, firstly as a pilot in the Royal Australian Air Force and more recently as a psychologist providing expertise to inform whole of government policy, co-operation and engagement planning.

      Deborah’s psychological expertise is in neuropsychology, social psychology and elite level performance. Deborah has provided training in emotional regulation, influence, resilience, and cross-cultural behaviour to military personnel deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan. She has worked collaboratively on projects with law enforcement and security agencies in the US and UK, and has a strong network of colleagues to draw from working in applied psychology domains. Deborah’s strengths lie in her ability to translate academic and scientific knowledge into readily understandable concepts that apply to a diverse audience and tailored to meet the client’s operational and organisational needs. She currently delivers bespoke performance optimisation training for military special forces with strategies designed to enhance resilience under pressure as well as personal influence training in corporate settings.

      Deborah was awarded the Australian Intelligence Community Medallion in 2013 for providing expertise in support of operations preventing insider attacks, and in 2014 was awarded the Australian Intelligence Community Outstanding Service Award for innovation in developing a profiling capability. She is a contributing author to the book The Long Road: Australia’s Train Advise and Assist Missions with a chapter on the value of emotional intelligence for selection and training in Defence.

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 11 Oct 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
      • Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, 21 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA 6000

      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      Coming soon 

      The Speaker - David Ritter, Chief Executive Officer, Greenpeace Australia Pacific  

      David Ritter is the Chief Executive Officer of Greenpeace Australia Pacific. He has been with Greenpeace for nine years, campaigning to secure an earth capable of nurturing life in all its amazing diversity. Prior to joining Greenpeace, he worked as a lawyer and academic. David is a widely published commentator on politics, law, history and current affairs. He is an honorary fellow of the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Australia, and a research affiliate of the Sydney Environment Institute and an Adjunct Professor in the Sydney Democracy Network, both at Sydney University.


      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

      • 24 Oct 2017
      • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
      • Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006
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      The Networking

      We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEOs and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.

      The Topic

      To be Confirmed.

      The Speaker - Deborah Jeppesen 

      Deborah is an experienced consultant and facilitator with wide-ranging expertise across such topics as; interpersonal influence, resilience, leadership, negotiation, conflict resolution, and performance optimisation. Deborah has worked in Defence for over twenty years, firstly as a pilot in the Royal Australian Air Force and more recently as a psychologist providing expertise to inform whole of government policy, co-operation and engagement planning.

      Deborah’s psychological expertise is in neuropsychology, social psychology and elite level performance. Deborah has provided training in emotional regulation, influence, resilience, and cross-cultural behaviour to military personnel deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan. She has worked collaboratively on projects with law enforcement and security agencies in the US and UK, and has a strong network of colleagues to draw from working in applied psychology domains. Deborah’s strengths lie in her ability to translate academic and scientific knowledge into readily understandable concepts that apply to a diverse audience and tailored to meet the client’s operational and organisational needs. She currently delivers bespoke performance optimisation training for military special forces with strategies designed to enhance resilience under pressure as well as personal influence training in corporate settings.

      Deborah was awarded the Australian Intelligence Community Medallion in 2013 for providing expertise in support of operations preventing insider attacks, and in 2014 was awarded the Australian Intelligence Community Outstanding Service Award for innovation in developing a profiling capability. She is a contributing author to the book The Long Road: Australia’s Train Advise and Assist Missions with a chapter on the value of emotional intelligence for selection and training in Defence.

      Please register here online or click here to download an Event Registration form

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