Regional Community Care Forum: Tuesday 3 October 2017
A taster workshop for community aged care and disability providers and related sectors.
Facilitated by corporate innovators and co-founders of Think Change Grow, Hiam Sakakini and Monika Gisler, featuring excellent guest speakers – CEO of CarePilot Australia, Chris Meehan, Leep Senior Project Officer, Himalee Raj, Nepean Food Services’ Organisational Development Officer Matt Blattman, and Job Quest Manager, Ka Chan.
This event is an exceptional opportunity for opening ideas on navigating change, specifically relating to people working in Aged Care and Disability sectors.
Previously employed with Google APAC, co-founders of Think Change Grow – Hiam Sakakini and Monika Gisler – bring substantial insight into linking people and technology, with a focus on positive workplace culture. Special guest speaker and CarePilot CEO, Chris Meehan, brings extensive experience in service delivery and digital technology, from his successful leadership of mega-sites including domain.com.au and lastminute.com.au.
Explore innovation, core values, inclusivity and digital technologies in a context of changing service models; learning from one of the best corporate innovators: Google – with stories of innovation from Western Sydney and Nepean.
- Keeping core values in a changing service model
- The best workplace culture for innovation
- ‘Psychological safety’ in environment of uncertainty
- Digital inclusion for older people and people with disability
- New service models in home maintenance for older people and people with disability
- Nepean Food Services: ‘Let’s Dine Out’
RESERVE YOUR PLACE: WSCF Members and Community Care Forum Exclusive
As members of the WSCF and Community Care Forum attendees register now using your [exclusive code] and your attendance is free. Limit 2 tickets per member.
Event Details: 10:00am – 12:30pm 3 October
Nirimba Room, Blacktown City Council
Level 5 Flushcombe Road Blacktown (enter via Campbell Street entrance)
Morning tea and refreshments will be available.
Seats are limited. We appreciate it if you please register only if you intend to attend.
This event will be OPENED TO THE PUBLIC ON September 14: tickets $25.