|Date||25 Jun 2018 to 29 Jun 2018|
|Discounted Member Price||AUD 7150.00|
The Centre’s Institute presents an opportunity to strengthen the capability of individual practitioners, and the capacity and capability of the whole team. Cited as the best program of its type internationally, the Institute is a must for mid-level practitioners looking to shift their capability to best practice, and for senior practitioners looking to refresh their engagement with best practice.
The Institute is widely acknowledged as an integral part of the professional development process for corporate public affairs practitioners in most major corporations and organisations in Australia and New Zealand.
Taught by an international Faculty and a Guest Faculty of senior public affairs practitioners, the Institute program focuses on international good and best practice public affairs - participants will be immersed in case studies and learnings from leading organisations in Australia and globally. This is a unique opportunity for participants to gain first-hand, practical insights from Guest Faculty senior practitioners.
Currently confirmed Guest Faculty include:
- Sarah Adams, General Manager Corporate Affairs, Coles
- Mary-Jane Bellotti, Executive General Manager Corporate Affairs, Suncorp
- Cassandra Casey, General Manager, Communications and Community Relations Transformation and Engagement, ANSTO
- Belinda Dennett, Director Corporate Affairs, Microsoft
- Nicole Hodgson, Public Affairs Manager, Chevron Australia
- Karina Keisler, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, NBN Co
- Jason Laird, Executive Director, Communications and Chief Social Officer, Telstra
- Kate McCue, Manager Corporate Affairs, Endeavour Energy
- Liz McNamara, Group Head of Public Affairs and Communications, Coca-Cola Amatil
- Peter Metcalfe, General Manager Government Affairs, Woodside
- James Pearson, CEO, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- Matthew Percival, former head of function at AMP, ANZ, and Carlton & United Breweries
- David Pullar, Head of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Roche
- Stephen Ries, Head of Corporate Communications, ANZ Banking Group
- Gerry Tidd, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, BlueScope Steel
- Amanda Wallace, Head of Corporate Communications, Insurance Australia Group
Wayne Burns, Director of Studies and Program Director
Wayne is the Director of the Centre for Corporate Public Affairs. He is also an experienced management consultant in Asia Pacific. He has more than 30 years’ experience in corporate public affairs, journalism, politics and publishing. Wayne writes about public affairs internationally and teaches public affairs executive education in Australia, New Zealand, China, Singapore, and Hong Kong. His specialist areas of professional focus include corporate responsibility, issues management, reputation stewardship, social media and organisational effectiveness.
Dr Jennifer J. Griffin
Dr. Jennifer J. Griffin is Professor of Strategy and the Raymond C. Baumhart, S.J. Professor of Business Ethics at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business (Chicago, IL). Engaged at all levels of learning (e.g. executive, doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate including online and experiential study abroad courses) Jenn examines how firms continuously co-create value. Annually, she leads corporate strategy, social impact, and strategy-oriented CSR workshops for Australian, Chilean, and US executives as well as periodically in Brazil, India and Lebanon.
Professor Griffin, an award-winning educator, received the GW School of Business highest teaching award, the Teaching Excellence Award as well as the Faculty of the Year award presented by full-time MBA students. Eight times in the past decade (2016-2011, 2009 and 2007) doctoral students nominated her for the Peter J. Vaill Award for Best GWSB Doctoral Professor. She is most proud of the student-led nomination for the National Inspire-Integrity Teaching Award.
Doug Pinkham is President of the Public Affairs Council, the leading international association for public affairs professionals.
Doug was elected to head the Council in 1997. He has written numerous articles for trade professional magazines and books and is a frequent speaker on public affairs, politics, communications and corporate management. He has been quoted widely in the print and broadcast media, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, Fox Business News and NPR.
Gavin is a senior executive with three decades’ experience across international corporations, policy and politics. A Faculty Member at the Centre for Corporate Public Affairs, Gavin also serves on the Board of the European Australian Business Council and is an adviser to The Big Issue and Homes for Homes, social enterprises helping the homeless and disadvantaged.
In-house corporate roles include Executive Global Head Corporate Affairs at Orica, where Gavin oversaw the risk, environment, community, safety, legacy remediation, company secretary, government relations, legal and communications functions across the company's operations in over 50 countries; Group Executive Public Affairs at Santos, a leading Australian oil and gas company operating across Australasia; and Director Government Affairs for BP Australia.
Gavin has also held senior executive roles in the public sector in key Federal departments and with the Government, including Senior Adviser to the Prime Minister of Australia and Chief of Staff to a Federal Cabinet Minister.
Institute participant places are limited to ensure effective interaction and maximise opportunities for dialogue and interaction with Faculty members and peers.
For further information please contact Jean Carvalho either via email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +61 2 8272 5101.
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A cancellation fee of A$500 will apply if the registration has been acknowledged and processed.
Substitutions can be made up to 3 days prior to commencement of the Institute.
A cancellation fee of A$1,200 will apply if cancellation of a registration is received in writing after Friday, 18 May 2018.
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