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Executive Director Breakfast

Explore community trust and digital government in the post-COVID world.

Invitation Only Event
Friday 17 June 2022
7:00am - 8:45am

Please note that this is an invitation only event for senior public sector leaders.

Executive Director Breakfast: Community trust and digital government in the post-COVID world.

The last two years have had a profound effect on the link between the quality of digital service delivery and citizen’s trust in government.  Every time you checked in using a QR Code or put your vaccination certificate onto your phone you were trusting that governments would use your personal data to help individuals and protect our community.

New research from Salesforce and BCG has quantified just how much Australians’ trust in government is influenced by the quality of their digital service delivery experience, with more than 50% of respondents saying their experience of digital service delivery during the pandemic had contributed to  increased levels of trust.

How can you build on this new foundation of trust to improve digital service delivery in the sector?

Join the conversation with other Executive Directors like you to discuss what this research means for you and the operations you manage. 

Is this event right for you? 

Are you a forward-thinking leader eager to discuss big ideas?

This invitation-only event is an opportunity for you to explore the future of digital service delivery with your peers in an open and frank discussion held under the Chatham House Rule. 

What will you gain?

At a time when data-sharing is more widespread than ever, how can governments balance trust, personalisation and transparency of data use across its services? 

In this Executive Director Breakfast, you will discuss:

  • the rise of voluntary data-sharing and the customer expectation of more personalised services;
  • the increased service flexibility and reduced costs of cloud-based digital platforms;
  • improving the wellbeing and experience of employees;
  • and most importantly, how governments can build on the trust of its citizens through meeting the customer’s expectation of data use.


This event is also an exclusive opportunity to build your professional networks and be involved in the kind of cross-sector collaboration that has proved essential during our state’s response to the challenges of recent years.  

FACILITATOR 

Janet Schorer PSM
NSW Children’s Guardian
NSW Office of the Children's Guardian

Janet Schorer PSM is the NSW Children’s Guardian. Janet has always had a passion and commitment to making sure the most vulnerable members of our communities are recognised as an integral part of society. Janet’s passion led her to train as a nurse with The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, before gaining qualifications as a child and adolescent psychologist.

A desire to see better outcomes for Aboriginal people saw Janet move in to policy and program management roles, including taking a lead role in the development and implementation of Aboriginal Child and Family Centres across NSW. Janet’s commitment to vulnerable members of our communities saw her lead negotiations with the Australian Government as Executive Director, NDIS Reform in the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet, ensuring the NSW transition to the NDIS was successful and kept people with disability at the forefront.

In June 2019, Janet’s contributions to the NSW public service were recognised when she was awarded a Public Service Medal for outstanding public services particularly through the protection of children. Janet was made a National Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (FIPAA) in 2019. She is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), a Co-opted Councillor of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (NSW) and an Alumni Ambassador for the Australia and New Zealand School of Government.

 
SPEAKERS 

Gisele Kapterian 
Senior Director, Public Sector Strategy APAC
Salesforce

Gisele has extensive experience providing strategic advice to governments and corporations on a range of legal, business, political and public policy issues. As director for Salesforce's APAC Public Sector Strategy, she assists in shaping the vision, direction and go-to-market strategies for the APAC public sector business.
A lawyer by training with international experience including in Geneva and London, Gisele most recently served five years as political adviser to three Australian Federal Cabinet Ministers, including as Chief of Staff in the super-portfolio of Industry, Innovation and Employment.
 
Her responsibilities and achievements while in government include helping drive and shape the policy direction of the Australian Government’s tech future strategy, trade components of the Foreign Policy White Paper; and elevating and prioritising digital trade issues including helping drive the digital trade agenda initiative at the 11th WTO Ministerial.
Before her political experience, Gisele was an international trade lawyer with White&Case, advising sovereign governments and the private sector on a range of trade matters, appearing as counsel before a number of dispute resolution panels and the World Trade Organization Appellate Body. She also lectured in International Trade Law and Finance at Macquarie University.
 
Barry Dietrich
Public Sector Sales APAC
Salesforce

Barry worked on the largest Public Private Partnership deal in South Africa, which saw the creation of the world's first completely paperless and filmless IT hospital.

He ran Public Sector for ANZ at Oracle for 6 years, and has recently lead Enterprise sales for Australia & New Zealand at Salesforce where he worked with customers like Service New South Wales, a world leader in citizen engagement, and NSW Family and Community Services to help them transform their engagements with citizens.  

CONTACT

For more information about this event, you can contact our office on 02 8066 1900 or email [email protected]

Be at your best, for NSW. 

This event is by invitation only. 

When
17/06/2022 7:00 AM - 8:45 AM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park 161 Elizabeth St Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
 
Terms and Conditions
Payments

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Cancellation policy - Events
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  • Cancellation received more than 10 business days prior to the event – no penalty will be incurred
  • Cancellation received within 6-10 business days of the event – 50% of the fee is payable
  • Cancellation received less than 6 business days prior to the event – 100% of the fee is payable
  • No show – 100% of the fee is payable
  • Registrations received less than 6 business days prior to the event are non-refundable.
Cancellation policy - Scheduled Courses
  • Cancellation must be in writing and confirmed by an IPAA NSW staff member
  • Cancellation received more than 10 business days prior to the start date – no penalty will be incurred
  • Cancellation received within 6-10 business days of the start date – 50% of the fee is payable
  • Cancellation received less than 6 business days prior to the start date – 100% of the fee is payable
  • No show – 100% of the fee is payable
  • Registrations received less than 6 business days prior to the start date are non-refundable.
Cancellation policy - Self-paced Courses
  • Cancellations are not permitted.

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Transfer policy - Self-paced Courses 
  • Transfers to another course are not allowed for self-paced courses.
We may in our discretion waive cancellation charges in exceptional circumstances, but we will not waive cancellation charges on account of work commitments.

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