Insights from Google

Applied to Aged Care and Disability sectors

Leadership | Technology | Culture

Join us for a full day interactive forum

Thursday, November, 16th 2017

Limited Seats 

Sponsord by

The Aged Care & Disability sectors are going through massive changes driven largely by funding reforms, consumer need for choice and control, and advances in technology.

This is reshaping the community care sector fundamentally and organisations need to adapt swiftly in order to survive.

As a People & Culture consultancy that specialises in these sectors, we believe there are two main levers to approach these changes:

  1. People
  2. Technology

Let’s spend the day together to connect the two components to create a culture that fosters  effective teams and drives innovation. During this workshop you will create an actionable plan that will drive your business to the next level.

Hiam Sakakini and Monika Gisler are Co-Founders of ThinkChangeGrow, a people and culture consultancy. They bring 20+ years experience building leadership capacity in one of the fastest growing, most innovative organisations in the world – Google.

Through their expert guidance, you’ll learn the secrets of what makes a best-in-class leader and how to develop the skills needed to help teams thrive in today’s ever-changing, fast-paced, disruptive work environment.

Hiam and Monika bring a more innovative and effective understanding of emotional intelligence, cultural diversity, perceptions and human interaction. Professor Stuart Diamond, Author of Getting More
This is suitable for

CEO’s, CTO’s and COO within the Aged Care and Disability sectors that are affected by the current funding changes.

How it works

Think: Hear from thought leaders from the industry
Change: Apply these principles to your own organisation
Grow: Create your own technology roadmap

You’ll learn
  • How to differentiate your organisation through technology
  • How to lead through times of ambiguity
  • How to create and communicate an effective 12 month roadmap
  • How to build effective teams that are adaptive and resilient to change
What’s included
  • Full day interactive workshop, 9am – 5pm
  • Panel discussion with thought leaders from the industry
  • Follow-up 1hr consultation with ThinkChangeGrow
  • A great Sydney CBD location, lunch, morning & afternoon tea plus plenty of time to network

ThinkChangeGrow expertise in people development and wide breadth of business knowledge makes for relevant and valuable advice, that our team can action immediately.
Mel Fuller, Co-Founder AbilityMate

Guest Speakers

Peter Horsley

Founder Remarkable: Inclusive Tech Accelerator at Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Creating transformative social change through innovation, good design and networks of people who know stuff. Specialties: innovation, strategy, volunteer engagement, corporate partnerships, fundraising, not for profit.

Jenna Leo

Co-Founder Home Care Heroes

Bringing happiness and purpose to the lives of Australians by expanding her social start-up, Home Care Heroes, is Jenna’s focus and passion. Home Care Heroes is revolutionising how people interact in the community, connecting carers with individuals who are elderly or need assistance due to a health issue. It aims to offer affordable and reliable help and flexible work for people from all walks of life. Home Care Heroes also focuses on social inclusion, building relationships and encouraging people to value and integrate people who are elderly or living with disability into the community.

Mel Fuller

Co-Founder Abilitymate

Melissa Fuller is a social entrepreneur and advocate or a sustainable and ethical future that is informed and encouraged by principles of the next industrial revolution. A catalysts for a new economy, her focus is on the intersection of design and manufacturing, and how these fields can create greater equality in society. Melissa has co-founded 3 socially progressive organisations including ThreeFarm Network, MakersPlace Inc and most recently AbilityMate.

AbilityMate is a for-purpose technology startup working towards a future where custom-made products can be accessed affordably and timely by people with disabilities. AbilityMate is collaboratively developing custom made 3D printed posture and mobility equipment for children with disabilities.

Thursday, November 16th 2017


Collective Purpose, Level 5, 80 William St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011