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About The Event
Join us to wrap up an eventful year
No one could have predicted the year that was 2020, where we were rocked by global pandemic, economic meltdowns, race protests, remote working, home schooling and lockdowns. As we wrap up 2020, we invite you to join us in celebration of the human spirit for enduring all these with grace and courage. We’ve asked four guests from all walks of life to tell us their stories – how they woke up one day in 2020 to find their jobs and their lives turned upside down and how they learned to adapt, refocus and thrive. Get ready to be inspired so you can make 2021 all you want it to be.
Our guest speakers
Hozefa Siddiqui, TAFE NSW Service Centre Manager
Hozefa manages Student Transactions for TAFE Digital and the Western Sydney Region. Hozefa leads a team of 38 in a contact centre environment. Learn how Hozefa managed the change of introducing remote working and the impact this has on the team’s culture and customer results.
Jina Belnick, Teacher and Learning Team Leader
As well as teaching, Jina is the Learning Team Leader in the Student Services department at Mount Scopus Memorial College. She is passionate about teaching - most especially numeracy - and strives to create and nurture a culture of thinking. She shares her thoughts about learning at The Space of Jeans. Learn first-hand how Jina had to be creative to balance the needs of her students, their parents and her teaching colleagues when COVID-19 hit.
Matt Levy OAM, Paralympian Swimmer, Event Speaker, Change Analyst
Matt is currently a Change Analyst in the Chief Transformation Office Consumer Division of Westpac. He has an MBA in Leadership and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Born 25 weeks premature, Matt has cerebral palsy and is vision impaired, and is currently training for his 5th Paralympic Games in Tokyo for swimming in 2021. He is the winner of multiple Paralympic, World and Commonwealth medals. Matt will explain how the postponement of the Paralympic Games affected him and fellow athletes and how he refocused his efforts to compete in 2021.
Rachel Setti, Registered Organisational Psychologist, Coach, Psychotherapist, Facilitator, and Writer.
Rachel is a member of both the Australian and British Psychological Societies, She has trained globally and works across a breadth of sectors including professional services, medical, government, finance, and industry. Rachel believes that well-being has a direct impact on productivity and bottom line business results, a fact that is borne out in much contemporary research. As such, she is passionate about supporting workplaces to promote a positive well-being culture, and helping leaders sustain a thriving and resilient outlook. She will provide some practical ideas on building resilience and maintaining mental and emotional well-being.
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