The 3rd Annual National Leadership Psychology Conference 2013 (LPF0213)

Venue: Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Event Date/Time: Feb 19, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +10:00 hours) End Date/Time: Feb 22, 2013 / 5:30 pm - (GMT +10:00 hours)
Registration Date: Feb 18, 2013 Time: 18:00:00(GMT +10:00 hours)
Early Registration Date: Jan 25, 2013 Time: 17:30:00(GMT +10:00 hours)
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 Applying the Tools of Evidence-Based Leadership Development and Psychology to Develop Resilient Leaders that Positively Influence Culture and Organisational Effectiveness

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• Matching leadership development programs with your organisation’s operating context
• Applying neuroscience to improve leadership performance
• Improving the efficacy of leadership development initiatives through evidence-based tools
• The requisite psychological profile to adapt and lead in the current environment

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the 3rd Annual National Leadership Psychology Conference. This event will provide an opportunity for delegates to investigate a range of robust, evidence-based tools to assess, plan and develop the performance of leaders through all levels of your organisation and show how these lead to tangible business outcomes.


Professor Robert Wood Director, Centre for Ethical Leadership
Melbourne Business School

Ainsley Gilkes Head of Talent Management
Coca-Cola Amatil

Sam Sheppard Human Resources Director
Wesfarmers Insurance
Gavin Nelson Global Sales Training and Effectiveness Japan, Asia-Pacific, Australia-New Zealand (JAPA)
American Express

Dr Travis Kemp Head, Leadership and Talent Director
Lee Hecht Harrison DBM
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Coaching Psychology Unit
University of Sydney
Honorary Principal Fellow, Sydney Business School
University of Wollongong

Dr Peter Cotton FAPS National Director of Psychology Services
Medibank Health Solutions

Dr Stan Rodski Executive Chairman and Chief Neuroscientist
Melbourne Institute of Neuropsychological Diagnostics (MIND)

Siobhan McHale General Manager, Culture and Executive Learning
Transfield Services

Amanda Martin Director, Leadership Learning Design
Australian Public Service Commission (APSC)

Sean Carroll Head of Enterprise Capability and Talent, Human Resources
Australia Post

Dr Ian Metcalfe Principal Dialogic Facilitator
Adaptive Learning Pty Ltd

Andrew Beveridge Business Psychologist and Facilitator
Beveridge Consulting

Drew Moss National Senior Learning and Development Manager – Organisational Development and Psychology
BDO Australia

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Leadership is a valued capability in all organisations. At its core, leadership centres on individual leaders and their ability to interact effectively with peers and those whom they lead.

Across a range of industries, the best leaders need to possess an increasingly diverse and deep suite of skills and tools to ensure that their teams reach their potential and seek continuous improvement. Organisations that thrive in all operating environments are able to develop and utilise a variety of techniques to ensure that leaders are able to gain and develop these skills.

Case studies from a range of leading Public and Private Sector organisations will delve into successful models used to ensure that they are maximising their human capital throughout the leadership pipeline. This will be supported by experts presenting robust and recent findings of how to best engage, develop and utilise the minds of leaders.

Senior professionals in:
• Leadership Development
• Leadership Training / Instruction
• Learning and Development
• Organisational Psychology
• Talent Management
• People and Culture / HR
• People Capability
• Organisational Development
• Executive Coaching / Mentoring

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To request more information or book your place at this intriguing event, contact Liquid Learning by email:, phone +61 2 9437 1311, or visit


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