The need for complex change within organisations is not uncommon, whether it is as a result of the recent global pandemic, a recent merger, or other major national or global events. But how can public sector organisations effectively transform themselves?
Join us on Wednesday, November 23rd for an Ibec webinar in association with Deloitte - The importance of culture and leadership when delivering complex change in public sector organisations.
Lee Williams, Senior Manager, Human Capital, Deloitte will explore the steps leaders can take to tackle complex change successfully. Lee will delve into meaningful leadership and change strategies for an organisation’s positive strategic and cultural transformation.
Lee Williams, Senior Manager, Human Capital, Deloitte
Lee is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Human Capital Management practise with over 15 years’ experience in industry and consulting roles in all aspects of organisation transformation, specialising in organisation design, leadership development and culture change, across private and public sector in UK and Ireland Lee’s focus is in supporting c-suite executives to decide, design and deliver their future operating model through integrated and holistic large-scale change programmes, taking in the formal (structures, systems, processes) and informal (culture, behaviours, values) aspects of complex transformational change.
Niamh Shannon, Vice President, Organisation, Change & Culture at TU Dublin
Before joining TU Dublin Niamh spent almost 20 years designing, planning and driving delivery of transformational change in some of the biggest organisations in the UK, including PA Consulting. She loves working with people across organisations to understand how they can be supported to understand, adapt to and embrace change. She is fascinated by the complexity of organisations and figuring out how people grow and work together to achieve their goals.
At home, Niamh has a young daughter to play with, and prioritises her health and wellbeing through activities like walking, running, HIIT, yoga, mindfulness and learning about good nutrition. With a bit of free time she is energised by art exhibitions and any kind of sewing craft.
Niamh has a MA Theory and Practice of Human Rights, University of Essex, an MBA, Open University and a BA Politics and Geography, University College Dublin.
Mary Rose Cremin, Director, Deloitte
Mary Rose has over 33 years’ experience working in the areas of corporate governance, risk management, internal audit and internal control. In the last 19 years, she has worked mostly in the public sector and predominantly in the Irish higher education sector. Mary Rose has significant knowledge of the Irish higher education sector, its governance framework, its culture and its people. Mary Rose provides services to a number of Higher Education Institutions in Ireland and is a key member of the Deloitte Ireland Higher Education Team. This is a multidisciplinary team whose aim is to identify and provide solutions to issues facing our clients.
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