As uncertainty reigns, the near future of the first-horizon occupies the minds and resources of leaders across industries. Yet it is the second-horizon, the medium-term, which will prove most challenging as leaders grapple with the impact this crisis will have over the coming years. In this livestream, Andrew Gardiner, Chief of Commercial Property, Melbourne Airport and Trudi Mares, Executive Director, Transport Shared Services, Corporate Services – Transport for NSW, join Maximus Directors Brent Duffy and Mark Sowden, and talk to how they navigated the past 12 months, the impact COVID has had on their industries, and their approach to planning for the second horizon.
Lessons From a Pandemic
Mandy Johnson, Co-Founder and Ex-Director of Flight Centre UK, shared her insight with Maximus into achieving success during times of unprecedented upheaval. We call on leaders to consider how their organisation pivoted during this period, and to contemplate the characteristics of businesses that thrived.
Move Slowly and Don't Break Things
We live in a world where ‘digital’ is no longer a glorified marketing department in a company, or an economic sector on its own, but a layer over everything. Whilst digital technologies are a remarkable tool for improving human lives in a truly transformational manner, leaders must critically think about the ethical implications of their decisions in the midst of the increasingly growing and powerful tech landscape.
April 2020– Livestream
Reimagining Performance and the Business Opportunity
With change and reactivity as a constant, executives are finding themselves in a perpetual state of adjusting and pivoting whilst needing to remain aligned. With this comes an opportunity to actively reimagine culture, and in this session our Managing Directors Vanessa Gavan and Brent Duffy discuss how to find the bright spots and unlock impact at scale, creating and enabling a performance culture which is energised around the right business opportunities.