Melbourne - 5 September. - 5 September. 2019:
The Future of Work

We are pleased to invite you to join our distinguished panel of guest speakers to discuss the keys to ‘The Future of Work’.

When we think about the Future of Work, one thing that immediately comes to mind is the use of Artificial Intelligence. Over the next 5-10 years we will continue to see an increase in the use of AI. Many jobs that are currently quite manual, process oriented and resource intensive will become automated; meaning that some current jobs will no longer exist, however many new jobs will also be created. These new jobs will require more human skills such as empathy, listening, influencing and persuading, emotional intelligence and leadership.

What does it all mean for you and your organisation?

We would also like to share an exciting milestone with you; PeopleScape is turning 10 and there are many exciting things to come!


Guest Speakers:

Oliver Horn, Managing Director of Swisse Wellness

Wellness Ambassador for Swisse Wellness and H&H group. Inspiring millions to be healthier and happier by celebrating life everyday (CLED!). Passionate about helping people flourish and become the best possible version of themselves. Member of the global Health & Happiness group with 3000+ team members across Europe, Asia, ANZ and North America.


Dr Liz Walker, CEO of RSPCA Victoria

Liz Walker is a community leader that respects animals and the role they have to play in helping us to be better people, as well as a more humane society. Human beings will never treat each other better until we learn to treat animals better. That is why she debates, advocates and lobbies for a future that unequivocally ends animal cruelty and creates better lives for animals and people.


Matt Finnis, CEO of St Kilda Football Club

Matt Finnis is a senior executive with expertise in leading high performance teams toward achieving exceptional results. Whether it be as a lawyer, CEO or dad, his focus is on empowering people to achieve their best.Trustworthy, fair and authentic, Matt is focused on the main prize; an AFL premiership, whilst building the strength of the club and sport overall with his progressive and influential leadership.



Date: Thursday 5th September 2019

Venue: Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton

Time: 7:15am for a 7:30am start

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