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WSBC Business Leader Luncheon: Leading Through Change

  • 21-Jun-2018
  • 11:30 - 14:00
  • PARKROYAL Parramatta, Governors Ballroom, 30 Phillip Street, Parramatta, NSW 2150

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Registration has now closed for our Leading Through Change Business Leader Luncheon. To be added to the wait list for this event, please contact the WSBC Events Team at: events@wsbc.org.au

“If you do not create change, change will create you.” ~Unknown

Join us for our final Business Leader Luncheon of the membership year as inspirational speaker, author, CEO and founder of World Class Teams, Diana Tapp shares her knowledge and insight on Leading Through Change.

Organisations of all sizes will experience change at some point and building an agile business culture is vital to remain competitive. Managed correctly, change can also provide positive business outcomes such as increased engagement, improved performance, reduced costs, enhanced innovation and increased return on investment.

With over 15 years experience working with global giants such as Apple, Cathay Pacific, DHL and Unilever, Diana will share her secrets to success when creating a resilient and agile team, one that can easily adapt to the ever changing business world.

Diana will then facilitate an engaging discussion with Western Sydney Wanderers CEO, John Tsatsimas; Rugby Australia Chairman, Cameron Clyne; and 2016 Olympic Gold Medallist, Australian Women’s Rugby 7's Co-Captain, Sharni Williams, OAM.

We will hear:

  • how the Western Sydney Wanderers are leading their team into a new and exciting era of growth which includes the development of an $18 million centre of excellence
  • how Rugby Australia are managing some of their bigger changes such as the upcoming move of Rugby’s flagship event to Western Sydney
  • the role Women’s Sevens Co-captain, Sharni Williams played in leading Australia to rugby sevens' first-ever Gold Medal at the 2016 Olympic Games

We are delighted to be joined by these three sporting leaders who will also speak about their challenges, their triumphs and offer some great take away lessons that can be applied to your business.


$5.00 from every ticket sold at this event goes to the WSBC Charity Partner Program, raising funds for our 7 Charity Partners: Children's Medical Research Institute, Ingham Institute of Applied Medical Research, Northcott Disability Services, Parramatta Mission, Ronald McDonald House (Westmead), The Salvation Army and Westmead Medical Research Foundation 

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