In leadership, as in life, perhaps the greatest risk is doing nothing.

When we understand our relationship to risk, we can find opportunity where others see peril, and we can inspire others to step into leadership with us.

This one-day leadership forum explores what we can achieve when we dare to take positive risks – and what’s at stake if we don’t.

Speakers are drawn from across Tasmania and further abroad including Michele Wucker, a speaker and strategic advisor based in Chicago. Michele coined the term ‘grey rhino’ to draw attention to the obvious risks that are neglected despite – in fact, often because of – their size and likelihood.

Join Michele, and a host of other acclaimed speakers to explore how understanding the anatomy of risk can inspire you to greater leadership and help you to:

  • harness fear to generate bold ideas
  • recognise the costs of inaction
  • transform challenges into new opportunities
  • facilitate joyful experimentation
  • measure and build psychological safety in your organisations and teams.

DETAILS
Date: Friday 17 September 2021
Time: 9.00 am to 6.00 pm
Venue: paranaple Centre, Devonport
Investment: Tickets range from $47 to $497 subject to membership
Bookings: visit the Tasmanian Leaders Portal

THE SETTING
The city of Devonport is located on the Mersey River in the heart of the beautiful North West Coast, the gateway to some of Tasmania’s most beautiful natural places. This event provides the perfect professional development opportunity to take you out of the office and connect you with other leaders and invites you to make a weekend of it.

BONUS
In-person attendees will receive a bonus 3.5 hour workshop the day before with either leadership and development coach Linda Maenena on psychological safety or with experts from KPMG on mitigating new and emerging risks.

WHY GO?
When we understand our relationship to risk, we can find opportunity where others see peril, and we can inspire others to step into leadership with us.

Please visit here to download a copy of the full program.