TOPICS ROSEMARY PRESENTS ON
Rosemary presents in three key areas being leadership, diversity and finance (including the psychology of finance). All Rosemary's talks are tailored to meet your brief.
Leading from the head, engaging from the heart – Asks and answers critical questions of leading people.
Relevance: Suitable for business, not for profit sector and government, and can be especially tailored for all levels through to C suite.
Takeout: Act from a position of love for the organisation, not fear. Become a storyteller to illustrate complex into simple. Do you have strong leadership traits in you and your organisation? What is ethical behaviour? Is your organisational culture lived and breathed? Are the words in your culture statement what is evidenced day to day? How can every person develop their leadership style?
Building a culture of continuous innovation - How to build an organisation with a clear direction.
Relevance: Suitable for business, the not for profit sector and governments interested in developing their strategy and delivering innovation. Global and Australian focus.
Takeout: Attendees will understand what it takes to build an organisation with a clarity of direction in a world where many desire stability, but continuous improvement is demanded to survive. Attendees will be equipped with probing questions to ask of themselves and will understand how to uplift their organisational strategy development and delivery.
Are you committed to exceptional customer service? - Asks the many hard questions in customer service delivery.
Relevance: Suitable for business, the not for profit sector and government interested in better delivering to their customers. Can be tailored for all levels of staff.
Takeout: What is my role in customer service? What truly makes a difference? Can customers really identify truly exceptional service and can it build loyalty and profit? Specific examples lead to better understanding of building an organisation known for great service.
Diversity - It's not just what's on the outside that counts
Relevance: Suitable for business, not for profit sector and government, and focuses on building a strong workforce. Can be tailored for staff or management.
Takeout: Gender is the most often quoted and measured aspect of diversity. But does diversity stop there? Attendees will understand how businesses should value "diversity of experiences" in their staff to build true resilience for a demanding and unpredictable future.
3. GENERAL FINANCE AND THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FINANCE
Living money - Money is not all facts and figures. Emotions, upbringing and psychology all play huge roles.
Relevance: Suitable for financial services practitioners (e.g., planners, stockbrokers, accountants), organisations and their clients. Also can be tailored for wellbeing programs run for general staff.
Takeout: Attendees understand that we should all look after our bodies. The same goes for finances because our money affects our lives dramatically. Money is not all facts and figures because emotions, upbringing and psychology play huge roles. What are common roadblocks to building a secure financial future? Not a dry look at money, but one filled with relatable examples.
So you really think you know how the investment world is developing?
Relevance: Suitable for financial services practitioners (e.g., planners, stockbrokers, accountants), organisations and their clients.
Takeout: Attendees will understand how the largest global investors build their portfolios and what that means for the rest of the investment world. How will financial services organisations develop from here as online becomes more prevalent? Attendees will consider their opportunities and threats as they see how the investment and financial services world is unfolding.