Are you looking for a practical approach to leadership with a specific focus on building highly engaged, high performing teams? If so, this webinar is for you!
Our webinar presenter, Brian Hartzar, will also share his thoughts on building your career in financial services. There will be an opportunity to ask Brian any questions related to career development and general advice on how to overcome workplace obstacles.
"A good manager manages, but a great leader builds a culture that engages people emotionally--helping both individuals and teams to achieve more than they ever thought possible"
In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
– The Leadership Star framework for staff engagement
– How to build your own sense of focus and purpose
– Thoughts on effective communication
No pre-work required.
To learn about the engagement framework and how it helps you become a more effective leader.
Participants will learn how to deal with a variety of challenges in the workplace and how to develop their career further than they thought possible.
Brian Hartzer is an experienced executive, leadership mentor and investor who is Chairman of 2Be, a new specialty lender for over 55s.
He is also Chairman of Beforepay (an ASX-listed fintech), and Reejig (an HR technology startup), as well as President (Chairman) of the Australian Museum Trust.
Brian is an angel investor in and advisor to several fintech and technology start-ups. He was also the CEO of the Westpac Banking Group from 2015 to 2019.
Before his time as Westpac’s CEO, Brian spent 15 years in senior executive roles at major banks in Australia and the UK and ten years as a strategy consultant at First Manhattan Consulting Group in New York.
Brian’s book, The Leadership Star: A Practical Guide to Building Engagement, was published by Wiley in April 2021. He graduated with a degree in European History from Princeton University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
He lives in Sydney with his wife Georgy and their six children.
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