The Institute of Managers and Leaders is looking forward to bringing their first The Essence of Leadership (TEL) Talk to Darwin in 2019 – Managing and Valuing Diversity.
In today’s highly diverse organisations, the ability to work with people having diverse values and cultures is extremely important. An organisation’s culture is driven by its values and employees need to feel included – that their values are being recognised, understood and respected. Join us for an engaging and informative session as our guest speakers Tony Burns, CEO of HPA Helping People Achieve, and Deb Bampton, General Manager, Community Services Somerville, explore the tools and resources available to manage and value diversity in not only the workplace but everyday life.
- To create awareness on the importance of managing and valuing diversity in the workplace.
- Be provided with the tools and resources to manage and value diversity in not only the workplace but in everyday life.
Attendees will walk away from this event being able to create awareness on the importance of managing and valuing diversity in the workplace.
Register today, this is an event you do not want to miss!
Tony Burns – Director, Dream Believe Achieve
At a young age Tony’s parents instilled in him the mantra that giving back is the best reward in life. Taking their advice, Tony dedicates his time to making life better for others.
Tony has raised over $700,000 for the John Maclean Foundation and is currently CEO of HPA Helping Foundation and is currently CEO of HPA Helping People Achieve. It is here that he is the leading force in providing training, work experience and inspiration to people who are physically and/or intellectually challenged.
Tony’s unwavering drive has contributed to HPA making history in becoming the first charity to win the Telstra 2016 NT Business of the Year Award. He was also a Finalist for the NT Australian of the Year Award in 2017.
With a zest for life, Tony’s infectious passion inspires all of those around him.
Deb Bampton – General Manager | Community Services Somerville
The General Manager of Community Services at Somerville, Debbie Bampton is an experienced manager and leader with a demonstrated history of working in the human services industry. She is skilled in not for profit organisations, coaching, government, team building and facilitation and is a strong program and project management professional.