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Leaders, are you ready to elevate your strategic and consequence focused leadership skills?

Held over four intensive days, the program brings together industry leaders and key subject matter experts in an immersive and innovative learning environment. ECM® unpacks how C4I supports Organisations in navigating complex and compounding disasters and works towards betterment through Queensland Resconstruction Authority (QRA).

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Executive Consequence Management (ECM) Program

May QLD Program

Standard PriceA$3,950

Venue

Venue

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Merivale Street
South Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Arbour Room

Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email ecm@barringtoncentre.comYou can also reach us at +61 1300857363

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Agenda

  • May 14, 2024

  • May 15, 2024

  • May 16, 2024

  • May 17, 2024

May 14, 2024

Main Schedule

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Welcome to the ECM Scope and Context of ECM Program
Matthew Howe (Executive Manager at Barrington Centre)
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Delegates’ Objectives and One Big Question
1:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Afternoon Tea Break
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Consequence Management Application and the Lessons Learnt from Compounding and Concurrent Crises
Sets the scene of when concurrent disasters are experienced, like fires, floods and cyclones, and how to prepare your teams for the consequences around dealing with these significant, compounding, concurrent and sustained disasters.
Major General Jake Ellwood (Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Reconstruction Authority at CEO for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.)
3:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Brief Break
3:25 PM - 4:40 PM
Case Study: Marine Disasters and Global Consequence
This module explores the damage to infrastructure and broader economic impact of a marine disaster. How Consequence Management Thinking is applied, and the learnings which frame future decision making.
Angus Mitchell (Chief Commissioner and CEO of Australian Transport Safety Bureau)
4:40 PM - 5:00 PM
Summary of Day One
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM
Canapés and Networking Opportunity
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
Keynote Speaker: ’Building Confidence in the Disaster Management Sector’
Dr Mark Crosweller AFSM shares on elevating your disaster management skills as we focus on the recovery of people affected by the pandemic building resilience and strength. Highlighting what we have learnt and what does the future look like in assembling confidence in the Disaster Management sector and in Government
Dr Mark Crosweller (Founder and Director, Ethical Intelligence of Ethical Intelligence)

Speakers

Matthew Howe (Executive Manager at Barrington Centre)

Matthew Howe

Executive Manager at Barrington Centre

Major General Jake Ellwood (Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Reconstruction Authority at CEO for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.)

Major General Jake Ellwood

Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Reconstruction Authority at CEO for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.

Angus Mitchell (Chief Commissioner and CEO of Australian Transport Safety Bureau)

Angus Mitchell

Chief Commissioner and CEO of Australian Transport Safety Bureau

Dr Mark Crosweller (Founder and Director, Ethical Intelligence of Ethical Intelligence)

Dr Mark Crosweller

Founder and Director, Ethical Intelligence of Ethical Intelligence

John Bosnjak (Acting Assistant Commissioner at Queensland Police Service)

John Bosnjak

Acting Assistant Commissioner at Queensland Police Service

Don Bletchly PSM (Chief Transport Network Security & Resilience at Maritme Safety Queensland, Department of Transport and Main Roads)

Don Bletchly PSM

Chief Transport Network Security & Resilience at Maritme Safety Queensland, Department of Transport and Main Roads

Collin Sivalingum (State Emergency Services Manager - Australian Red Cross, Preparedness for Effective Response Facilitator - IFRC at Red Cross Australia)

Collin Sivalingum

State Emergency Services Manager - Australian Red Cross, Preparedness for Effective Response Facilitator - IFRC at Red Cross Australia

Nadine Doolan

Community Member and served as a Community Recovery Officer

Travis Gibson

Community Member and Member of the Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community

Alistair Dawson (Inspector General for Emergency Management Queensland at Emergency Management Queensland)

Alistair Dawson

Inspector General for Emergency Management Queensland at Emergency Management Queensland

Robin Boniwell (A/Assistant Commissioner,  Emergency Management and Community Capability at Queensland Fire and Emergency Service)

Robin Boniwell

A/Assistant Commissioner, Emergency Management and Community Capability at Queensland Fire and Emergency Service

Dr Alistair Stark (Convenor, Master of Governance and Public Policy at University of Queensland)

Dr Alistair Stark

Convenor, Master of Governance and Public Policy at University of Queensland

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