You’ve probably heard of the Great Resignation — the pandemic-driven mass exodus that’s got company leaders bracing themselves for seismic shifts in the workforce.
The trend is likely to hit Australia - and startups and scaleups are the most vulnerable. With key roles being taken up by the most in demand jobs, leaders must be prepared in order to avoid the worst of the results.
So how can you put in a strategic hiring plan to achieve your planned scalability? How can you develop your own leadership skills to retain talent? And how can you drive a culture across the organisation to help you when the great resignation arrives?
To navigate these questions, we’re bringing on Dr. Zivit Inbar, Founder and CEO of DifferenThinking, an organisation that is committed to helping leaders reduce risks and increase success by unlocking the potential of their people, culture and innovation capabilities. With over 18 years of leadership experience at board and executive levels, Zivit has worked with numerous organisations to transform their leadership style and team cultures, including LaunchVic, CSIRO and 1st Choice.
We’ll be unpacking:
How to develop a strategic scalability plan for hiring;
Refining your own leadership skills; and
Developing organisational culture practices to retain your best people.
Founder & CEO @DifferenThinking
Dr. Zivit Inbar is a People, Culture, Leadership, Ethics and Performance expert. An Adj Professor in the MBA Program at Deakin University (Melbourne), she is a graduate of Harvard Kennedy School Leadership Decision Making Executive Program, a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and a Fellow Certified member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (FAHRI). Zivit is also a non-executive director, a senior executive, and chairwoman with over 18 years’ leadership experience at board and executive levels. Zivit is the author of “The Ethical Kaleidoscope: Values, Ethics, and Corporate Governance” (with Doug Long), 2017, Routledge Publishing, UK.