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NENW Regional Leadership Summit 2018

13/09/2018 (8:30 am (Summit) 6:30 pm (Dinner))

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Change Play Pty Ltd
Quality Hotel Powerhouse Armidale
31 Marsh St, Armidale NSW 2350
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Diane Gray
0459 988 833
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Conscious Giving – the Heart of Workplace Culture    


#NENWRegionalLeadership2018 Conscious Giving – the Heart of Workplace Culture.

Regional organisations and businesses have a special relationship with their communities, where conscious giving inside an organisation is as important as giving outside that’s why many business leaders are also community leaders.

How we lead today determines how people will lead in the future, therefore it is crucial to build and retain leadership and workplace culture skills in regional areas for sustainable businesses and communities.

Leadership is done a little differently in the regions and done with big hearts, that’s why it is so important to offer quality opportunities for like-minded people to come together without needing to go to the big cities.

This Summit provides the opportunity to continually learn, share and network with top leaders in a practical, down to earth environment.

Ticket Prices and Inclusions;

Includes Summit registration, Barista Coffee on arrival, morning tea, lunch, the end-of-summit networking event with canapes and a complimentary drink

  • Early Bird - $255 (incl. GST)
  • General - $299 (incl. GST)
  • Group discounts (must be from same organisation) – 2 people receive 10% discount, 3 or more people receives 15% discount.


Peter Baines OAM (Global Speaker, Charity Founder, Board Director and Business Consultant)

“Ten years after starting the charity he now spends much of his time helping other charity leaders through The Growth Project and advises a business on how they can and indeed should benefit from their engagement with their community partners through corporate social responsibility programs.” -

Elka Whalan (Olympian, Wife, Mother, TV Personality)

“With her vibrant personality & positive attitude, Elka Whalan (nee Graham) has enjoyed a successful media career after representing Australia as a dual Olympian in the pool and multiple medalists. A regular on Channel 7 Sunrise discussing news and lifestyle topics, Elka also hosted the popular Live Well series also on Channel 7…She is closely connected to a brilliant non for profit charity called The Nelune Foundation helping people fight cancer with dignity. It’s been an honour for Elka to support them the last 10 years.” -

James Kerr (Bestselling author and high-performance expert)

James Kerr is the author of Legacy, the global bestseller, which unpicks the secrets of the world's most successful sporting team, the All Blacks. The book has been described as 'seminal' by the Independent newspaper and 'unputdownable' by Bloomberg. The Daily Telegraph newspaper called it the ‘modern version of Vince Lombardi’s guides to coaching' and says 'for those searching for genuine keys to team culture, it is manna from heaven.'

Kerr has advised US and UK Special Forces, Formula 1 teams, America's Cup crews, Premier League football managers, Olympic Performance Directors - as well as many corporations from Google to PayPal, Vodafone to Dyson, HSBC to Roche, Red Bull to Unilever, Shell to Boeing.

We’ve kept your favourites:

A full day with top speakers and business leaders sharing their experiences, successes and mistakes.

Hints and tips to expand your leadership skills such as:

  • How to positively influence your workplace culture, systems, people;
  • How giving fits into your workplace culture; and
  • How leaders transcend to conscious giving.

 And of course, there are plenty of networking opportunities with other like-minded business and community leaders from around regional NSW, including our very popular drinks and canapes at the end of the day – not to be missed.

What a fantastic opportunity to consciously give while also giving yourself the gift of sharing with others. Added bonus, why not:

  • Learn from leaders would have faced challenges and had to develop specific leadership strategies to survive and thrive – hear how they build their resilience muscle.
  • Want to maximise the potential of your employees? Hear how a culture of giving grows employee engagement, creates sustainable productivity and develops high performing, resilient teams.
  • Develop your own heart of corporate social responsibility by discovering how simple and easy conscious giving in a multitude of ways can be – from the very small gifts to the big.
  • Network on other levels where connecting is so much more than exchanging business cards. Share with like-minded leaders to find new ways to build relationship inside and outside your workplace.
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