Marianne_Broadbent_400x500_1904Date: Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Guest Speaker: Dr Marianne Broadbent
Venue: Grossi Florentino, 80 Bourke St., Melbourne
Time: 12 noon to 2.00pm
Cost: $75pp or $67pp for OGG 2014-2018 leavers, includes GST, two courses, a drink on arrival and a glass of wine with lunch. All other beverages charged on consumption, 1 bill per table
Dress: Business attire
RSVP: Monday, 21 October 2019
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About the Guest Speaker

Dr Marianne Broadbent

In an extraordinary career that has spanned five decades and multiple industries, Dr Marianne Broadbent is a renowned leadership advisory specialist, executive search consultant and author. She has particular expertise in areas such as what makes for exceptional 21st century leadership, building and sustaining great talent, creating innovative and effective teams, leading global teams that work, CEO and executive succession planning, and developing your personal strategy.

She has recently written The Agile Executive, a book which documents her journey and learnings, sharing her vast wisdom in a highly practical and pragmatic way.

Dr Broadbent's background includes both global business executive roles and top-level Business School leadership. She previously served in two global roles at Gartner Inc. She is now a Managing Partner of NGS Global and works with organisations to shape and develop their strategic, executive and team capabilities.

Marianne has been Associate Dean and Chair of Management at Melbourne Business School (MBS), University of Melbourne and a visiting researcher at Boston University's School of Management. She has completed ground-breaking, industry-focused research on governance at MIT's Sloan School of Management and is the author of two Harvard Business School Press best sellers.

She was a finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards, is a judge for The Australian Innovation Awards and co-founded Social Venture Partners Melbourne.

Given the ‘Future of Work’ is a hot topic right now, Marianne has a wealth of knowledge she can share about this and how people and businesses can adapt to the changing marketplace and prosper in the future.