Sydney Fishbowl

When: Wednesday 14 March 2018
8am – 10am

LinkedIn Office

1 Martin Place

Sydney, 2000

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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:

Anne Bartlett-Bragg is the Founder and Managing Director of Ripple Effect Group Asia Pacific. She specialises in the creation of innovative communication and learning networks with social technologies where her designs have been winning awards since 2006.

She is also a founding member of the Digital Disruption Research Group at Sydney University Business School. She uses her research into the communication aspects of social networks to provide an informed backdrop to understanding how people are using new tools and changing traditional models of communication.

Her current research is investigating the digital capabilities in the future digital workplace and the intersection between people and technology.
Rob Wilkins is a business professional with extensive experience in Digital Learning, Learning and Human Performance and Knowledge/Information Management.

His experience has been gained over the last 25 years and he has worked in Government, Financial Services and Professional Services industries in that time. Rob's professional ethos has been built on a strong practitioner focus and contemporary leadership approach with an active involvement in the “doing”, to inform his learning landscape.

With graduate qualifications in adult learning, information management and design, e-learning, Business management and a Masters in knowledge management and information management, Rob’s personal learning Journey has been one of intrigue and specialty.
Lisa Rubinstein is the CEO for the Institute for Human Potential who understand organizational dynamics and culture from all aspects of the business.

She is the Co Chair of Women's Indigenous Network, WIN Australia a registered not-for-profit organisation committed to bringing both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia together to forge an integrated and successful future, with opportunities for all people of this country.
Rosie Cairnes is Regional Director, Australia and New Zealand at Skillsoft Asia Pacific.

Rosie leads the business development function for the region working to solving organisational challenges and problems though technology-deployed learning solutions.

With more than 23 years’ experience working with both national and global organisations across a wide variety of industry sectors and Government agencies, Rosie specialises in online learning and performance support solutions.

She has a passion for the importance of measuring learning impact on the organisation and the value of a quality, contemporary learning experience for the learner.
Julijana Gugucevski is an explorer, risk taker and life long learner who co-launched the L&D function across the Asia Pacific Region. She has navigated from transactional training to transformational learning experiences in the pursuit of a learning culture.

Juls' goal is to disrupt the world of learning by thinking differently about how, when, where, and why people learn by building strong trusting relationships with peers, partners and the business.

Everyday she helps people & teams bridge the skills gap, leveraging unique learning experiences to inspire, motivate, equip and engage people to do the best work of their career.