Juno Learning: Building Team Culture. Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland
Fri Sep 22 2023 at 12:00 pm to 01:30 pm
The Square, Generator | Auckland, AU
About this Event
"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." – Peter Drucker
No matter how well-designed your strategic plan is, it will fall flat unless your team shares the appropriate culture. So, how can heads of legal build and foster a robust, collaborative, and inclusive in-house legal team culture? And why is it so important to do so?
Juno Legal cordially invites you to an exclusive Juno Learning event where experienced culture builders and in-house legal leaders discuss Building team culture. Panellists will share the knowledge, strategies, and practical tools they use to successfully shape the culture of their teams – and maybe a few good war stories in there too.
This workshop is open to General Counsel/Chief Legal Officers. If you would like to bring a senior member of your legal team, please let us know and we will advise if space becomes available.
12 - 12:30 pm: Light lunch and networking
12:30 - 1:30 pm: Panel discussion.
We look forward to connecting and learning with you all.
A light lunch will be provided by Juno Legal. Please advise if you have any dietary, accessibility or support requests.
The Square, The Generator, Stanbeth House, 22-28 Customs Street East, Auckland 1010
Katie Bhreatnach, Executive Director - GM Legal and Governance, AMP NZ
Katie is an experienced Director who has a global perspective and a passion for a strong, sustainable Aotearoa. With diverse expertise in reputation and risk management, customer relations, people and transformation, and manufacturing and export to Asian markets, they have excelled in various sectors and organisations. As a values-based people leader committed to elevating Maori and te reo Maori, they hold multiple director roles in New Zealand, including at Global Women, AMP New Zealand, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, The College of Law New Zealand, and The Trusts Arena.
Raelene Castle ONZM, Group Chief Executive at Sport New Zealand & High Performance Sport New Zealand
Raelene joined HPSNZ after seven years working in Australia as CE of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and then CE of Rugby Australia. She was previously CE of Netball New Zealand. She has held several governance roles in sport, previously serving as a board director of the ANZ Championship Netball, International Federations of Netball Associations, SANZAAR Rugby and the World Rugby Council. She also has a rich sporting background as a former representative-level netball, tennis and lawn bowls player. Raelene was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) in 2015 for services to Business and Sport.
Andrew Cordner, Chief Legal Counsel, Te Whatu Ora
Andrew held the role of the Director of Legal: Pouhere Ture at Fonterra for over eight years, leading the highly experienced global legal team of 26 lawyers based in New Zealand and in Fonterra’s key offshore markets. He is currently a director of GNS Science: Te Pū Ao, a Crown Research Institute, and a member of the NZLS National Standards Committee. He has recently been appointed as the new Chief Legal Counsel at Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand, where he is excited to contribute to building a future health system that benefits all New Zealanders.
Chaired by Wendy Chen, Juno Lawyer
Wendy is an experienced commercial lawyer who brings a pragmatic, curious, and approachable manner to her roles. She has been acting chair of the Kristin School board for 12 months during the peak of the pandemic and acted in a Head of Legal role at Mediaworks through Juno Legal. Wendy loves to learn about leadership, followership, and team culture, and at one stage ran a business focused on fostering team trust and connection-building. Wendy is currently supporting the team at The Warehouse Group.
We understand and acknowledge that any of our speakers may need to send their apologies on the day if a pressing issue needs their attention.
These are in-person events. No concurrent online streaming or recording will be available.
This learning event is eligible for 1 hour of CPD.
The learning outcomes for this session are to:Recognise the importance of a robust, positive team culture and identify the key characteristics contributing to such a culture within a team. Identify the skills to assess the current culture within their teams and areas for improvement. Understand the elements involved in maintaining and enhancing team culture, with the intention to implement practices that promote continuous learning, adaptation, and improvement within the team.
If you have any general queries or any specific questions to put to our speakers in advance, please don't hesitate to contact Juno Learning.
Where is it happening?The Square, Generator, 28 Customs Street East, Auckland, New Zealand
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