Are you striving to achieve a promotion or career advancement? Recently transitioned into a new role or planning a move towards one? Or simply want to play a bigger game? Then this session is for you.
Hear from our Peak Performance Career Coaches as they equip you with practical advice and strategies that you can use to achieve your goals.
In this 45 minute session, hear from Kristy Macfarlane, a highly skilled leader and accredited executive coach with extensive experience spanning Australia and the UK about how you can achieve peak performance. She will give her top 3 tips on:
-Driving equality for all people, by dismantling gendered stereotypes and building inclusive cultures where people can be their best
-Helping parents integrate work and family to support a rewarding career and a happy family life
-Setting people up to thrive with practical, pragmatic and strong flexible working boundaries.
Participants are encouraged to reflect on their own values, performance and workplace culture, and bring focused questions to raise for discussion.
The key objective of the Peak Performance webinar series is to support members, providing real solutions to their issues and enabling their performance professionally and personally.
Kristy Macfarlane is a highly skilled leader and accredited executive coach with extensive experience spanning Australia and the UK. Kristy was most recently Head of Diversity & Inclusion at NAB, a role she held for more than five years; and prior to that worked in a global professional services firm where she specialised in talent, capability, culture and leadership.
Kristy uses a strengths-based approach in coaching to bring out the best in people and enable them to realise their potential, both in their career and their whole of life. Kristy combines her practical commercial experience as a senior leader in a top ASX company with her Diversity & Inclusion expertise, to bring a unique mix of experience and insight to her coaching conversations.
Kristy has a double degree in Commerce and Organisational Behaviour and is an alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School.
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