Past events

Mental health and the economy

VIC
Dec 4
The Productivity Commission is conducting an 18-month inquiry into the role of mental health in the economy. Join CEDA to help explore the issues and get an early insight into what the inquiry could mean for the sector.

Speakers

Professor Allan Fels AO, Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne
Professor Peter Butterworth, Professorial Fellow, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
Professor Cathy Mihalopoulos, Professor of Health Economics and Deputy Director, Deakin Health Economics

Women and Leadership series: end-of-year lunch

SA
Dec 4
Join CEDA as we celebrate the end of the working year. Jane Caro, Catherine Fox and Natasha Stott Despoja will reflect on the year that was, sharing their insights on the highs, lows and everything in-between.

Speakers

Jane Caro, Author and Social Commentator
Natasha Stott Despoja AM, Founding Chairperson, Our Watch
Catherine Fox, Author and Journalist

The future of work, health and safety

VIC
Nov 30
CEDA welcomes WorkSafe Victoria Chief Executive Officer, Clare Amies, to address CEDA Trustees on future scenarios for work health and safety.

Speakers

Clare Amies, Chief Executive, WorkSafe Victoria

Energy overview

SA
Nov 30
CEDA welcomes SA Minister for Energy and Mining, the Hon. Dan van Holst Pellekaan, charged with delivering South Australian’s with affordable, reliable and secure energy supplies in a transitioning National Energy Market. 

Speakers

The Hon. Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP, Minister for Energy and Mining, Parliament of South Australia
Martin Hablutzel, Head of Strategy, Siemens
Steve Masters, Chief Executive Officer, ElectraNet
Mark Vincent, General Manager Network Management, SA Power Networks

The multiplier effect - women supporting women

NSW
Nov 29
CEDA NSW’s Women in Leadership series returns to examine the multiplier effect of women supporting women to amplify success and enhance gender equality in workplace and society.

Speakers

Kathryn Fagg, President, Chief Executive Women
Catherine Fox, Journalist and Author
Suzanne Storrie (nee Young), Executive General Manager- Operational and Planning, IAG

The Future of Work - reimagining the workforce

WA
Nov 29
The final event in CEDA WA’s Future of Work series examines how the business community can re-invent their approach to talent acquisition and retention for today’s agile, digital, mobile, analytical, and technologically-driven workforce.

Speakers

Christine Holgate, Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Australia Post
Jodi Cant, Director General, WA Department of Finance
Naveen Unni, Managing Partner, Perth, McKinsey & Company
Anthea Raven, Acting Branch Manager, Strategic Policy Branch, Safe Work Australia

New directions for Australia's energy system

VIC
Nov 28
AEMO Chief Executive Audrey Zibelman leads this discussion on strategic planning and investment priorities for the National Energy Market.

Speakers

Audrey Zibelman, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Energy Market Operator
Stephen Davy, Chief Executive Officer, Hydro Tasmania
Richard Lowe, Executive Manager, Business Growth Division, TransGrid
Neil Gibbs, Founder and Managing Principal, Marchment Hill Consulting

Priorities for Australia's MedTech and Pharma sector

NSW
Nov 27
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome MTPConnect, Chief Executive Officer, Dr Dan Grant to the 2018 Trustee program.

Speakers

Dr Dan Grant, Chief Executive Officer, MTPConnect

Economic success: connecting people with progress

QLD
Nov 27
CEDA’s report, Connecting people with progress: securing future economic development presents new ideas, identifies priorities for future economic and social progress and asks new questions about growth and our connectedness to it.

Speakers

Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist, CEDA
Louise Dudley, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Urban Utilities
Patricia O'Callaghan, Chief Executive Officer, Townsville Enterprise
Professor Anne Tiernan, Dean (Engagement), Griffith Business School

Climate change review

SA
Nov 27
Join CEDA as we host Professor Mark Howden, Director of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University and an editor of the latest IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report.

Speakers

Professor Mark Howden, Director, Climate Change Institute, Australian National University
Sandy Pitcher, Consultant, OZ Minerals

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