Contemporary Governance and Leadership Summit - Rebuilding and Preserving Trust
Join NDS for a lecture with Professor Nicole Gillespie - Contemporary Governance and Leadership Summit - Rebuilding and Preserving Trust. Professor Gillespie will discuss what is meant by trust, how trust can be measured, how people make a decision based on trust and how to regroup and rebuild if trust is broken.
Attendees will have an opportunity for Q and A with the panelist at the end of the session.
Nicole Gillespie is the KPMG Chair in Organisational Trust and Professor of Management at the University of Queensland Business School, and an International Research Fellow at the Centre for Corporate Reputation, Oxford University. She co-leads the Trust, Ethics and Governance Alliance at the University of Queensland. She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences and in 2019 was made a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand School of Government in recognition of outstanding contribution to public management.
Trained as an organisational psychologist, Nicole's research focuses on trust development and repair in organisational contexts, and in contexts where trust is challenged (e.g. after a trust failure, in complex stakeholder environments, during organisational transformation and digital disruption, in emerging technologies and virtual healthcare, in cross-cultural relations). Current research projects focus on understanding stakeholder trust in organisations and industries, organisational trust repair, designing trustworthy organisations, trust in Artificial Intelligence and emerging technologies, and stakeholder trust and uptake of telemedicine.
Her research appears in leading international journals, including the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organisation Studies, Journal of International Business Studies, Accounting Organisations and Society, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Services Research, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Human Resource Management, Sloan Management Review and Work and Stress, as well as in books and book chapters. She has also published in a range of health journals including Lancet Digital Health, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, Digital Health, and Dermatology. Her work has been extensively presented in Europe, the USA and Australia. She is Deputy Editor of the Journal of Trust Research and on the editorial board of the leading leadership journal, Leadership Quarterly.
Nicole has over twenty years experience in designing and delivering MBA, Executive MBA, specialist masters and undergraduate courses. She is the recipient of five teaching excellence awards and, together with former PhD student Mattia Anesa, two best paper awards from the Academy of Management. She is the recipient of the 2016 UQ Business School Research Award.
Who Should Attend?
Board Directors and Senior Leaders from disability service providers across Australia.
Date: Tuesday, 6 December
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm AEDT
$50 per person