Reimagining the Future of Talent

Committee for Melbourne and Fisher Leadership are delighted to invite you to join us for a hybrid virtual breakfast event,
Reimagining the Future of Talent.


The perfect storm of economic disruption, remote working en masse, technology advancements and skills gaps are bringing new talent models to the table. How are you rethinking your workforce to stay ahead of skills requirements?

Guest Speakers:

  • Michelle Loader, Managing Director | Fisher Leadership
  • Glenn Campbell, Executive Director and CEO | DeakinCo
  • Annette Kimmitt, Non Executive Director
  • Dr Sean Gallagher, Director Centre for the New Workforce | Swinburne University of Technology
  • Moderated by: Martine Letts, CEO | Committee for Melbourne

As Coronavirus swept the world, it took with it a workforce design stuck in the rigidity of the industrial age. Today, the hallmarks left in its wake are outcomes over hours, cognitive diversity over culture fit and adaptability over knowledgeability. Welcome to today’s new operating environment!

Who’s missing from your leadership table? Do you have your buy/borrow/build talent strategies to keep up with the skills you need moving forward?

Research tells us that 59% of candidates say they want to own their reskilling.

We also know that 56% of employers worry about the skills of their workforce becoming outdated within five years.

How can Committee for Melbourne members harness the shift in the workforce to leverage innovation, scalability and reskilling? Learn how your organisation can move to an agile capability model as we gather a panel from across education, industry and government to share latest insights.

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We look forward to seeing you at this event to add your insights and opinions.

Kind Regards,

Committee for Melbourne and Fisher Leadership

NOTE: Please be advised that this event may be recorded or photographs taken which may be used after the event on the Committee for Melbourne or Fisher Leadership’s websites or on other marketing materials. Please notify us if you do not consent to us recording or photographing you and using your image and likeness as mentioned.

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