AuSAE Networking Events are a great chance to get out of the office and meet new connections in the sector. Each event also features an insightful presentation on various topics of importance. Attending an event is a great chance to see what AuSAE really offers which is a place like-minded professionals can gather and share workplace challenges and achievements over a delicious two-course luncheon or a sit down breakfast at a great venue. Check out the upcoming events below. We would love to see you there!
The Topic: Building Great Teams and Leaders in your Association
This presentation will give you an insight into what it takes to be a high performing team and as leaders, what you need to do to lead the way. Our model provides a behaviour framework that empowers team members to become leaders, be accountable, and participate in open and honest reviews of performance. There are no tricks to high performance, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Leading Teams has been helping teams and individuals improve their performance for over 25 years. Most known for their work in elite sport, working with teams such as the Sydney Swans, Hawthorn and the Australian Diamonds netball team, Leading Teams has a proven track record in getting teams to focus on their team dynamics, that is the way people interact and the behaviours that are modelled, rewarded and challenged.
Sydney l Lunch on Monday 22nd October 12:00pm-2:00pm
Our guest speaker is Kurt Wrigley, Facilitator at Leading Teams. Kurt joined Leading Teams in 2017 after a successful playing and coaching career in the National Rugby League. Kurt has extensive experience of the Leading Teams Performance Improvement Program, having been a participant in the program during his time with the Dragons, Rabbitohs and Knights. Register Here
Melbourne l Breakfast on Wednesday 24th October 7:15am-9:00am
Our guest speakers are Ray McLean, Co-Founder and Gavin Mahony, Facilitator at Leading Teams. Ray McLean co-founded Leading Teams in 2000 and has 27 years of experience as a leadership and management consultant.In his position at Leading Teams, Ray conducts team performance and leadership programs for professional sporting clubs and mentors a number of senior sporting executives. Gavin Mahony joined Leading Teams in November 2017. He is a driven and passionate facilitator who loves a challenge. He prides himself on putting people first and forging strong relationships to improve individual and team performance. Register Here
Brisbane l Lunch on Thursday 25th October 12:00pm-2:00pm
Our guest speaker is Martine Harkin, Facilitator and Partner at Leading Teams. Leading Teams brought Martine on board as a Partner because of her genuine, honest and straightforward approach to team dynamics. Martine delivers programs to a diverse range of clients across the corporate, education, not-for-profit and sporting sectors. Because of this, she has much anecdotal evidence of our Performance Improvement Program. Register Here
Adelaide l Lunch on Tuesday 30th October 12:00pm-2:00pm
Our guest speaker is Steve Lacy, Facilitator at Leading Teams. Steve joined Leading Teams in 2015. He came from a facilitator role at Rising Generations, designing and facilitating leadership and character development programs in the education sector. Register Here
Perth l Lunch on Thursday 1st November 12:00pm-2:00pm
Our guest speaker is Jake Bridges, Facilitator at Leading Teams. Jake is an engaging, passionate and experienced facilitator who prides himself on his ability to relate and challenge the teams he works with. He started with Leading Teams in 2000 as an athlete facilitator while playing football with the North Ballarat Football Club. Register Here
Canberra l Lunch on Wednesday 7th November 12:00pm-2:00pm
Our guest speaker is Tim Ferguson, Facilitator at Leading Teams. Tim specialises in assisting organisations to grow commercially. Prior to joining Leading Teams he spent fourteen years in business development roles in the vocational education and training industry with Construction Training Australia, the Victorian Chamber of Commerce, and Gordon Institute of TAFE. Register Here