Melbourne Fishbowl

When: Wednesday 24 October 2018
8.00am – 10.00am


The Cluster

20/31 Queen Street

Melbourne, 3000

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What: We have brought together a panel of nationally and internationally recognised experts, who are ready to share their stories and years of experience by inviting the audience to participate in a unique Fishbowl format discussion. You will enjoy a selection of healthy and contemporary buffet style breakfast options as you network and connect with like-minded participants. The cost is $65.00 pp, with breakfast included.

The panel:

Wayne Mott is a leader in the digital learning field. Wayne has successfully partnered with large organisations to design, build and deliver enterprise-wide digital learning solutions based on agreed roadmaps.
These award winning solutions have been recognised internationally for their high levels of innovation and also their ability to drive learner engagement and realise business outcomes.

Wayne continuously drives innovative learning solutions, creating best practice, engaging strategy and programs, strong commercial sense and a pragmatic approach to budget management.
Cheryle Walker Life and corporate experience have made me a deeply resilient and adaptable leader both personally and in organisational contexts.

Cheryle is endlessly optimistic and her signature strength is in bringing unique perspectives and innovative thought leadership to areas of human behaviour and culture development in organisations.

Some of Cheryle’s recent successes have been in introducing new technologies for learning and collaboration, and gaining organisational as well as individual commitment to change.

Cheryle has shifted long-held paradigms about learning in organisations.

Cheryle sees her purpose as helping people, teams and organisations develop beyond the operational aspects of excellence into the differentiating creativity of a highly innovative and adaptive system.
Daniella Rocco is a highly regarded HR practitioner having spent most of her career in the Professional and Financial Services Industries.

Daniella has been working within the Westpac group for 16 years and is currently with Group Capability heading up the L&D Strategy, Transformation and LearningBank program. In this role, Daniella is responsible for enabling new enterprise learning related capabilities like Westpac Institute and LearningBank.

Her experience has been obtained through consulting, line and project management roles across a breadth of human resource management areas including HR Generalist, Learning & Development, Talent & Acquisition, Organisational Design, Cultural Change and Diversity.

Her focus is centred on seeking out and creating value through people and organisational performance
Owen Ferguson is Managing Director of GoodPractice, one of the UK’s leading providers of inspirational learning solutions for leaders and managers.

After holding L&D positions in a number of large organizations, Owen moved to GoodPractice after seeing the potential for online technology in learning and development.

Passionate about advancing the learning profession, Owen and his team deliver effective, performance-focused solutions to their wide range of FTSE 100, public and third sector clients.

Regularly publishing learning and development research, he is an active member of both the Learning and Performance Institute and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Owen is also one of the regulars from The GoodPractice Podcast, a weekly show about work, learning and performance.