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PwC Herald Talks – The Transformation of Leadership

Leadership today is built on personal values, individual strengths and authenticity. This modern leadership style allows corporate frameworks to motivate, inspire and challenge the norms.

The final PwC Herald Talks event of 2018 will explore The Transformation of Leadership at SKYCITY Theatre in Auckland on Wednesday 7 November.

Keynote speaker, Alia Bojilova, Associate Director at Sheffield, is an experienced industrial and organisational psychologist with a career spanning the New Zealand Defence Force as well as the corporate sector. She has a particular passion for organisational and talent development as well as leadership and resilience, working both one-on-one and with teams to lift performance and capacity. She has worked in the wellbeing and resilience area with senior executives and Olympic level athletes.

Bojilova will be joined on the panel by Simon Moutter, Managing Director of Spark New Zealand; Cameron George, CEO of Vodafone Warriors; and Dr. Suze Wilson, Senior Lecturer at Massey University’s School of Management. This diverse line-up of speakers spanning the corporate, sporting and academic sectors will share their perspectives on The Transformation of Leadership, led by adjudicator Fran O’Sullivan, New Zealand Herald’s Head of Business, with news journalist Simon Dallow as MC.

The PwC Herald Talks would not be possible without the support of our proud partners; PwC, The New Zealand Herald, Newstalk ZB, Fonterra, Massey University, ATEED, Corporate Travel Management, YUDU, SKYCITY Auckland and Nood.

Tickets are $89 per person, or pay as little as $62 per ticket with discounted corporate bundles - the perfect opportunity to host your clients or bring your team. To purchase a ticket, click here. Don’t miss out – the last four events were sell-outs.

Find out more at www.pwcheraldtalks.co.nz.


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