WebinarHQ Series 2024

13 June 
12-1pm

Navigating Digital Transformation:
Local Government Case Study

with Dr. Bethany Sinclair-Giardini –
Principal Consultant, Votar Partners

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Learn how to navigate digital transformation through an active discussion of a real-world Victorian council case study.

From procuring new Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions to retiring legacy systems, explore critical aspects of the process from cybersecurity risks to migration strategies.

Join a comprehensive analysis of a case study covering workflow optimisation, compliance, procurement, and data archiving strategies.

Reflect on what works, what doesn’t, and what level of executive engagement is really required.

Attendees are encouraged to actively participate, maximising their takeaways. This presentation caters to professionals involved in digital transformation, especially those in IT, information management, digital and data roles, procurement, and risk units.

Enhance your understanding and minimise risks to maximise your council’s potential for digital transformation success.

Recommended for: Professionals involved in digital transformation, especially those in IT, information management, digital and data roles, procurement, and risk units.

Presented by: Dr. Bethany Sinclair-Giardini – Principal Consultant, Votar Partners

Dr. Sinclair-Giardini’s 30 years of information governance experience includes work at both Yarra Ranges and Mornington Peninsula Shire Councils. Bethany’s expertise is around joining the dots (and unpacking the risks) between cyber and information security agendas, and data and records lifecycle management. Since joining Votar in 2022, Bethany has worked with around a quarter of Victorian councils and a few more in New South Wales to raise their maturity and compliance within the information governance space.

27 June 
12-1pm

Mood Boosting in 7 Ways
with Carli Phillips BHSc, MBA – Founder, Corporate Wellbeing Hub
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Self-awareness and acknowledgement of moods.

The food and mood connection through the gut-brain axis.

Rest in new and interesting ways.

The five senses to break poor mood or mindset.

Workplace impacts - the pros and cons.

Celebrating success with gratitude. 

Recommended for: Employees and managers who want to be their best selves, boost mood and take action to uplift your health and wellbeing. 


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Webinar Streams

  • The Risky Suite - how prepared are you for disruption, analysing services and building relationships with every segment in your community?
  • New Democracy - unpacking community engagement, accountability and transparency.
  • Tear Down The Walls - reduce barriers to collaborative council practice and with external stakeholders and sectors.
  • Leadership Springboard - fine tune and propel your skills when managing up, down and from the centre.
  • Without Borders - peer over the municipality fence and dive into what other local governments are doing around the globe.
  • Trailblazer - challenge the norm, stretch your innovative mindset and be prepared for future workforce and community expectations.
  • Power Up - build and master your essentials toolbox, increasing your productivity and work quality.

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Learn how to navigate digital transformation through an active discussion of a real-world Victorian council case study. From procuring new Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions to retiring legacy systems, explore critical aspects of the process from cybersecurity risks to migration strategies. Join a comprehensive analysis of a case study covering workflow optimisation, compliance, procurement, and data archiving strategies. Reflect on what works, what doesn’t, and what level of... Details
When: June 13, 2024
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Self-awareness and acknowledgement of moods. The food and mood connection through the gut-brain axis. Rest in new and interesting ways. The five senses to break poor mood or mindset. Workplace impacts - the pros and cons. Celebrating success with gratitude.

When: June 27, 2024
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Fuelling bodies for high energy all day.  What do stimulants and junk foods do to our blood sugar and energy levels.  How to boost mental fitness and concentration.  Recharging and recovery to increase safety and reduce accidents. How to support Wellbeing at work.

When: August 8, 2024
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Are obstacles and stigma shifting?  Explore the risk factors of mental illness and the lifestyle factors to protect us.  What to say and what not to say.  The blurred line of work and nonwork related issues.  Where to find support in a crisis and long-term.  Mentally healthy workplaces and our changing legal obligations.

When: September 5, 2024
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Carers need to be aware of compassion fatigue.  What is the difference between stress and burnout?  Preventative action plans for every individual.  How to implement selfcare when you are too busy.  Recharging and resting techniques for recovery.  Which roles or groups of people are at highest risk at work and in life.

When: October 17, 2024