550 Bourke Street Melbourne
VIC 3000 Australia
Join Bev Andrews, Director of ASPIRE Change Management for her presentation “Women as Change Makers.” Bev will share her experience and lessons learned as a literal change maker in a traditionally male dominated industry of Change and Project Management and discuss the importance mentorship for women progressing in the industry
Bev will share her insights and the frameworks that ensure success across critical areas of change, drawn from her extensive experience in facilitating change management in large enterprises.
Join this in-person event and learn how to improve the success of your team through effective change management. Hear how leaders develop teams who design and embrace innovation that is sustainable and long lasting.
There will be an opportunity for Q&A, with quality networking
We encourage members and non-members to join this leadership meeting. This event is designed for business owners, leaders, managers, consultants, People and Culture professionals, project professionals and anyone with an interest in how to accelerate there personal goals through mentorship. Valuable knowledge and quality networking is guaranteed.
Thanks to our venue sponsor and host Joelle Tabone and the team at HLB Mann Judd for hosting this event, with morning tea and light lunch.
Register today to secure your seat.
Should the event need to be postponed we will bring the content online as an interactive webinar with Bev Andrews and advise a new date for the in-person event. If you are unable to make it, send a proxy in your place and email us the name and contact details of your attendee.
About Bev Andrews: Bev is the Director and Founder of ASPIRE Change Management. She specialises in organisational and project based change management, training solutions and stakeholder communications. Bev delivers pragmatic change solutions framed from her academic knowledge base, but applied to meet business measures and sustainable results. Bev has developed the ASPIRE Framework and supporting methodology to be adaptive for any industry size and organisation maturity, ensuring easy deployment to increase change capability for individual, team or Enterprise wide. Bev is passionate about the development of change capability for professionals as well as increasing the value of the change craft for businesses. Bev is the inaugural President for the Perth based Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Chapter in the Asia Pacific Region.
Bev is currently completing her Certified Change Management Professionals accreditation, successfully completed with Distinction all 4 courses within the AGSM Post Grad Certificate in Change Management (University of NSW), is a trained facilitator of the APMG Change Management Foundation & Practitioner Accreditation, and is a certified Agile Project Manager.
About Joelle Tabone: Joelle experienced business consultant specialising in business structuring and taxation advice, business valuation and enhancement, business succession planning, and assisting foreign corporations with setting up business in Australia. With a commitment to exceptional client service and staying up-to-date with industry trends, Joelle can instruct any business seeking to achieve success and growth. With a vast knowledge of Australian regulations, laws, and business practices, combined with cross-cultural expertise, Joelle guides international clients through the complexities of establishing a successful business in Australia.
About HLB Mann Judd: HLB Mann Judd is a leading mid-sized chartered accounting group. The Australasian Association consists of 9 member firms and 3 representative firms throughout Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. It represents a group of specialists providing business advice and services to a wide range of business organisations and private clients.
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