Welcome to The Great Reframe where we leave crisis behind. We believe humans were made to flourish – not resign – and now is the time to unlock potential at scale. Join Maximus Founder, Vanessa Gavan and Director, James Keeler for our first Livestream of 2022, as we explore innovative ways to unlock potential and positivity across your organisation and beyond. What will you unlock?
November 2020– Livestream
Leading From the Edge: Redefining Purpose and Conviction
Purpose is the north star, the anchor, the stabiliser in a crisis that helps us confidently steer in new directions. Purpose connects us deeply to one another and something greater than ourselves. We believe that purpose is just the beginning. True leadership is measured in impact, and impact requires conviction. John Chambers (Exec GM Future Business and Technology at AGL Energy), and Tiffanie Ireland (Director of Two Point Co. Indigenous Engagement Consultancy), two extraordinary leaders who have overcome enormous challenges to live and breathe their purpose daily and transform their organisations and the world around them, join Maximus Directors James Keeler and Katherine Boiciuc for a fascinating exploration of purposeful leadership.
How To Be a Better Leader in Times of Crisis
Leading in times of crisis and uncertainty is something with which many organisations are grappling. In this article, we challenge you to think more deeply about individual and organisational leadership through the tragic case of the Mann Gulch Fire before outlining six leadership development lessons that you can use now to improve your leadership capability.
The Focus to Excel
Meet James Chapman, one of the dynamic leaders inside Maximus. Not so long ago he was an Olympic rower – twice over – and won a silver medal at the 2012 London Games. Like many of the exceptional people within Maximus, it is his attitude and human qualities that set him apart. The mindset for performance and the choices required of elite athletes offer lessons for the corporate world. Here, he shares some of them.