Executive Officer as an agent of change

A session at The 6th Annual Executive Officers’ Conference 2014

  • Jo Hart

Often acting as a business partner to senior management,
the Executive Officer is a vital component of any office or
institution, heavily invested in stages of planning, execution
and implementation of strategy that can radically impact
the culture and operational efficiencies of an entire
department. Jo takes a unique look at the strategic
significance of the role and its potential importance as an
agent of change, comparing her own experiences as an
Executive Officer with her current position as General
Manager. Jo explores:
• Driving strategy as the “power behind the throne”
• Promoting and facilitating cultural change within
organisational frameworks
• Developing management and leadership skills to meet
the demands of the job

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Jo Hart

General Manager, People and Communications Former Executive Officer; IP Australia

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Date Tue 18th November 2014

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