Tuesday 8 November 2022 (Day 1)
8-9.30am Leaders Breakfast Elite Leadership
Mark Wales, Entrepreneur, author and former career special forces officer.
9.00am Registration and Welcome Morning Tea
Plaza auditorium
9.45am Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country
Rhianna Patrick, Master of Ceremony
9.55am Official Welcome
Hon. Yvette D’Ath, Minister for Health and Ambulance Services
10.00am Platinum Partner Introduction
Dr Mark Morgan, Bond University
10.11am Global megatrends – A presentation and discussion on CSIRO’s report update
Dr Stefan Hajkowicz, Principal scientist, CSIRO.
11.00am Leading cultures: Introducing ‘UGRs’
Steve Simpson, Speaker, author and consultant
12.00pm Lunch
Bond University Rapid Fire Session – Bond University Business Centre (P6)
3 x 5 minute orals 12:20pm, 12:25pm, 12:30pm
Plaza auditorium P7 & P8 Workshop P9-P10
1.00pm Who let the dogs out… what dogs teach us about leadership
Tami Photinos, Executive Director, The Prince Charles Hospital
The power of a conversation
Nic and Lucas, Orange Sky Laundry
Transforming cultures: The ‘how to’ masterclass
Steve Simpson, Speaker, author and consultant
1.30pm Room change
1.35pm Fail harder
Bree Brock, Head of Women’s Football, Brisbane Lions AFC
How to REALLY engage and connect with people
Karni Liddell, Paralympic swimmer, speaker, TV presenter
2.05pm Room change
2.10pm Insights from the clinical coalface: Leadership lessons from clinicians on what really worked
Rhonda Morton, Faculty Business Director for Health, Bond University
Power, progress and the paradox of effecting and rejecting ‘change’
Chelsea Watego, Professor of Indigenous Health, Queensland University of Technology
2.40pm Afternoon Tea
Plaza auditorium
3.10pm Unleashing the Potential: Enhancing leadership across Queensland’s health system
Shaun Drummond, Director-General, Queensland Health
4.00pm Neuroscience of leadership | Leading Humans Coach Certification 2022
Michelle Loch, Speaker, author and mentor
4.50pm Closing remarks
Rhianna Patrick, Master of Ceremony
5.00pm Welcome reception Plaza Level – Rooms P9-P11
Wednesday 9 November 2022 (Day 2)
8-9.30am Metro North Staff Breakfast Quietly powerful: Unlock your hidden leadership strength
Megumi Miki, Leadership and culture consultant.
9.00am Registration and Welcome Morning Tea
Plaza auditorium
10.00am Welcome
Rhianna Patrick, Master of Ceremony
10.10am The future of human connection
Kamal Sarma, Chairman of the R U OK thinktank.
10.40am Sponsor introduction
11.00am How to be a trusted leader
Marie-Claire Ross, Trust leadership expert and author.
12.00pm Lunch
Bond University Deep Dive – Bond University Business Centre (P6)
Justin Clark: Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University. Topic: Automation tools to improve the speed of conducting systematic reviews. (20 mins)
Plaza auditorium P7 & P8 Workshop P9-P10
1.00pm Inclusive Leadership
Cherry Ward, Leadership facilitator, coach, speaker and consultant.
Help offering – Individual and collective leadership changing lives in the building and construction industry
Nick Thompson, Manager of Industry Engagement and Client Support with MATES in Construction
Fully Connected – 3 steps for leaders to stop surviving and start thriving
Mel Kettle, Expert at fully connected leadership and communication.
1.30pm Room change
1.35pm Building mentally resilient teams
Mark Oostergo, General Manager, Principal Psychologist, Communicorp
Authentic Clinical Leadership – why it matters
Dr Alex Markwell, Emergency Physician and Immediate Past Chair, Queensland Clinical Senate
2.05pm Room change
2.10pm Helping you to be your best leader: What great leaders put in their executive toolkit
Michelle Winzer, Group Executive Banking, RACQ Bank
Leading cultural change in approaches to complaints and speaking up: Insights from the Health Ombudsman
Dr Lynne Coulson Barr OAM Health Ombudsman
2.40pm Afternoon Tea
Plaza auditorium
3.10pm Quietly powerful: The changing face of leadership
Megumi Miki
4.00pm Head and heart: The art of modern leadership
Dr Kirstin Ferguson
4.50pm Closing remarks
Rhianna Patrick, Master of Ceremony
5.00pm Event Concludes