With the modern workplace evolving into an older workforce as average retirement ages spikes, leadership techniques may need to be re-examined for employees and employers alike.
How can different age groups work well together? It’s no secret that flexible work is on the agenda for the workplace of the future, but how does this work for leaders and managers? What can they improve to ensure they are executing this well?
And who is the ‘ideal’ leader of the future? What do they look like? And what does that mean for managers and leaders who aren’t getting on board?
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Andrew Conway FIPA FFA
Institute of Public Accountants
Chief Executive Officer
A former Australian Government Treasury Ministry Chief of Staff, Andrew holds the record of being the youngest CEO of a public entity, appointed at just 28 years of age in 2009. Andrew represents Australia at a range of international events including APEC, G20 and World Trade Organization summits. Andrew’s academic background and qualifications are in commerce, education and commercial law.
In 2001 Andrew was awarded the Centenary of Federation Medal through the Order of Australia. Andrew was also awarded the 2011 Young Professional of the Year award and was appointed an adjunct Professor of Accounting at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. Andrew is a current Director of Eastern Health.
As the Silver Winner of International Stevie Awards for Young Female Entrepreneur of the Year, and Australian Women’s Weekly Women of the Future nominee, Sarah’s passion to inspire and achieve excellence is truly remarkable. Sarah began her entrepreneurial journey at the age of 24 and founded The Dream Collective (a network connecting young professional women), co-founded Gemini3 (Australia’s first job share matching technology platform), and authored two top-selling books across the Asia-Pacific while delivering branding strategies for some of the world’s most recognised brands including Revlon, Olay and Coca-Cola.
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