Fostering resilient teams and leaders, and the organizational challenges of implementing CPS 230

  • 6 Jun 2024
  • , 2 PM (AEST)

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Please join us on Thursday 6th June 2024 between 2.00pm-3.30pm AEST for our next BCI Australasian Chapter webinar covering two interesting topics.

The first is personal resilience and how resilient teams and leaders can achieve so much more with less stress and burnout, and secondly, the challenges that organizations are facing implementing CPS 230.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Speakers:

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    Chuck Anderson

    Co-Founder and Principal Consultant, Living to Thrive

    Chuck, who has a background in psychology and risk management, empowers through well-being workshops. With 15 years in intelligence and security roles for the US Defence Force, NSA, CIA, and the Pentagon, he now focuses on mental health awareness, through mentoring, volunteering, and workshops, he cultivates a sustainable culture of well-being.

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    Gary Vogel MBCI

    Senior Manager Operational Resilience, QBE

    With 20 years in GRC, business continuity, and crisis management, Gary Vogel leads the BCM Workstream in the CPS 230 program. His focus is on seamless integration of new elements, collaborating with global stakeholders. Previously at RiskLogic, he consulted for diverse industries and contributed to revising PP4 for the BCI's Good Practice Guidelines 7.0.

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    Joe McDavitt

    Director, Operational Risk, Battleground

    With over 20 years experience, Joe aligns resilience efforts with operational risk management goals. Currently aiding superannuation funds and customer owned banks for APRA's CPS 230, he has led projects in risk transformation, GRC system implementation, AML/CTF, and controls transformation. Joe has previously held senior roles at Insync, KPMG, ME Bank, and Deloitte.

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