Sydney Fishbowl

When: Tuesday 19th March 2019
7.45am – 9.45am


Open Learning

Level 1, 346 Kent Street


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We have brought together a panel of nationally and internationally recognised professionals, who are ready to share their stories of challenges and experiences with the audience.

Participate anytime throughout the morning by joining the panel and asking a question or challenge their views. This is what makes the Fishbowl Experience a worthwhile event as we all learn from each other’s stories.

Enjoy a selection of healthy and contemporary breakfast options as you network and connect with like-minded participants.

Registration is still $65.00 pp. breakfast included.

The panel:

Charles Jennings is a leading thinker and practitioner in innovative talent, learning and performance approaches. An author and well-known speaker, he is recognised globally for his work with the 70:20:10 model.

Charles founded the 70:20:10 Institute with the co-authors of his book ‘702010 towards 100% performance’. The Institute provides global services and solutions, toolkits, clinics, and accreditation programs to organisations with the aim of helping improve performance using the 70:20:10 framework and the Institute’s 70:20:10 Methodology™.

Charles has held such roles as a business school professor, Head of the UK National Centre for Networked Learning, Chief Learning Officer for global companies and as a member of advisory boards for international learning, performance and business bodies. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts (FRSA) and a Fellow of the Learning & Performance Institute (FLPI).

Director of Duntroon Consultants, his consultancy company, and also the Internet Time Alliance, a multinational think-tank of leading business and performance practitioners helping organisations exploit informal and social learning approaches to ‘work smarter’.
Michelle Starr is a workplace culture and strategic change consultant with over 19 years’ experience designing and managing transformational change initiatives.

As a cultural change specialist, she assists businesses in identifying and understanding culture dynamics, aligning structures, practices and behaviours with strategic objectives.

With a program/project management background, Michelle’s approach to sustainable change is both strategic and pragmatic, yet delivered with passion and insight.

Michelle is qualified with  Graduate Certificate in Change Management (AGSM - UNSW)
 B.A. (Hons) Philosophy, UNE (2008); B.A. (Philosophy & Psychology), UNE (2000)  PRINCE2 Foundation Course  Workplace Training & Assessment  Certified Professional Coach (CPC)
Clare Edwards is Principal of BrainSmart, a people development professional dedicated to helping people think smarter, lead effectively and thrive in a world of constant change.

With a background in senior management in hospitality and IT, Clare made the decision to move from corporate to consulting because of the unnecessary pain and stress she saw people go through in change initiatives, and the struggle newly promoted managers and leaders were having - being given the title but not the training.

Clare works with businesses across industry sectors in change and leadership initiatives using and sharing knowledge of our amazing brains to facilitate positive change.

Following her passion for people development, Clare transitioned to working with 2 leading UK team
development companies, assisting key clients including The Prime Minister’s Office and the Foreign and
Commonwealth Office to take their teams to the next level of performance. An intuitive ability to sense
challenges and opportunities in inter-team dynamics, to help organisations create or enhance their culture
and to facilitate sustainable change through people, are some of her signature strengths.
Mike Lanzing is the General Manager of UniBank and is is passionate about ensuring UniBank is the financial institution of choice for the university sector.

Mike has substantial experience across both mutual and listed banking institutions, having worked in senior business development roles including AMP, BankWest, and the Australian Military Bank (formerly, the Australian Defence Credit Union).

This background has provided Mike with a firm conviction that authenticity is the key ingredient in sustainable and successful business. This approach has led Mike to develop a number of successful business alliances predicated on valuing stakeholder contribution and supporting business growth.

Mike is an alumni of Sydney University having graduated with an Economics degree, obtained a Graduate Diploma for Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute and an MBA from Western Sydney University.