Category: Management

  • Lessons from Legends: Mark Korda and Stephen Parbery share their insights with the TMA’s NextGen professionals

    12-13-18

    Event Debrief by Saskia van Loon (Johnson Winter & Slattery) and Member of the NSW NextGen Committee The NSW NextGen Committee held its ‘Lessons from Legends’ Christmas event in Sydney in early December 2018. The special guests or rather Legends for the event were Mark Korda (KordaMentha) and Stephen Parbery (Ferrier Hodgson) who both have over […]

  • The focus of a mindful leader

    08-02-18

    Event debrief by Courtney McLean, PwC The turnaround industry in which we operate can be challenging, demanding and stressful, putting an emphasis on our health and wellbeing. Recognising this, the TMA Australia’s NextGen committee hosted a breakfast session on mindfulness and being a mindful leader, presented by Murray Paterson, the  Potential Project – Focused Minds, […]

  • A breakfast of dangerous ideas: How can diversity be achieved at the executive level?

    07-26-18

    Late last month, over 70 TMA Australia members and their guests attended the Women in Leadership breakfast hosted by Ashurst. It was a “Breakfast of dangerous ideas” and the event, facilitated by Meredith Bennett (Partner, Ashurst), addressed the question: How can diversity be achieved at the executive level? We were very grateful to have Mary […]

  • Mental Health & High Performance in Turnaround

    07-02-18

    The Sydney NextGen Committee held its latest event at KPMG last month, focusing on the topic of mental health. The esteemed panel moderated by Angela Priestley (Editorial Director, ‘Women’s Agenda’) consisted of: Lucy Brogden, National Mental Health Commissioner; Yvonne Willich, in-house Psychologist at Kordamentha; Paul Howes, Partner at KPMG (and former head of the AWU); […]

  • The West Australian Newspaper: TMA interviewed on the rise of the Chief Transformation Officer

    06-15-17

    Recently, TMA Board Directors spoke with the West Australian Newspaper on the rise of the Chief Transformation Officer in corporate Australia. The article details how these “change agents” can assist with turnaround in the broader corporate context of stakeholder and financial management. The article also references the TMA’s CTP course in conjunction with the University […]

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