Lindsay Tanner, Keynote Speaker
Lindsay Tanner will deliver the keynote address on Leadership in Mental Health at a special symposium in Melbourne on November 1.
Lindsay was a member of the Australian Parliament for 18 years and Minister for Finance during the Global Financial Crisis, when Australia was one of the very few developed nations not to go into recession.
Since leaving politics in 2010, Lindsay has undertaken senior roles across the entire breadth of Australian society. He works as Special Advisor to corporate advisor Lazard Australia (which specialises in mergers and acquisitions and privatisation advice), is an Adjunct Professor at Victoria University, serves as a director of a small international airline, sits on the advisory board of a major global bulk shipping company, chairs the Mitchell Institute for health and education research, and is president of one of Australia's largest, oldest and most famous sporting clubs, Essendon Football Club.
In Lindsay Tanner's keynote
Lindsay will explore why the health of the relationships within your organisation are probably the most telling indicator of an organisation's current position and future success. Learn from Lindsay's experience about how leaders can support healthy relationships at work, ensuring people are recognised for their contribution and can work safely together to achieve their shared purpose.
Leadership in mental health
1 November 2017, 10:20am to 11:20am
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre