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CPD: 65 minutes – Practice management and business skills (MCLE Rule 6.1.2)

Keynote: Revealing pivotal insights from the former founder and managing director of LinkedIn Australia and New Zealand, this opening presentation will uncover the massive disruption that is going on in business today and around the world, with technology and AI rating among the top factors influencing the roles of both CLOs and GCs.

Q&A: The path to corporate leadership

An engaging discussion between Cliff Rosenberg and Anna Bagley, a leader and a former GC, about the journey to the top in a post-pandemic landscape. They will provide insights on how to shift your mindset and adapt to being a key contributor to the leadership team and your organisation’s overall strategy in the new normal.
From this session, you will better understand:

  • The importance of staying on the front foot of disruption in the face of big data, AI and the cloud
  • How to embrace the mentality of a business leader to become an enabler for growth
  • The context of social media and how to brand and represent yourself as a leader
  • The challenges and risks that come from having a seat at the boardroom table
CLIFF ROSENBERG
FORMER FOUNDER AND MANAGING DIRECTOR, LINKEDIN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
ANNA BAGLEY
GROUP GENERAL MANAGER RISK AND LEGAL, PROGRAMMED

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