The global pandemic is the proverbial tsunami nobody saw coming. The second set of deadly COVID waves is now impacting nations and 2021 remains an unknown quantity for many.
The year 2020 has had a profound effect on both life and livelihoods. Dealing effectively with the stress and anxiety that comes along with such seismic changes will be the key to successfully navigate the year ahead.
This is why Mark Mathews, one of the world’s most respected big wave surfers, is the opening keynote address at the inaugural LiveTiles Love Your Work Conference. Mark has literally sat in the line-up of the world’s deadliest waves. His stories of managing stress, adapting to extreme conditions where change is a constant, while in pursuit of work he loves, have never been more pertinent.
As a highly sought-after international speaker, Mathews’ surfer chill vibe and magnetic charisma, has graced the stages of leading companies worldwide. From Google to Sony, Intel, and MasterCard, Mark captures audiences with his epic tales and spectacular adventures in hostile environments.
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"Mark Mathews and his Life Beyond Fear keynote was, by far, the most captivating, enthralling, and engaging motivational speeches I have attended in my 25-year career..."
Chris Lukianenko, host of The Intelligent Workplace Podcast, sits down with Microsoft's Chief Storyteller, Steve Clayton for a conversation on everything from how Microsoft has enabled more than 115 million daily users of Teams, the human stories that have inspired the tech giant's leadership during the pandemic, and a shared love of home-brewed beer.
Canva. A story about the democratisation of design
Claire Hooper sits down with Liz McKenzie, Head of PR and Communications at Canva, to talk about the remarkable story of this online graphic design tech company and its global mission to democratise design.
Canva was founded in 2012 by Melanie Perkins, Cliff Obrecht and Cameron Adams, and is one of Australia's fastest growing tech companies with a valuation of $6 billion.
Simon Tyrrell, Chief Strategy Officer at LiveTiles, has long been touting the benefits of design thinking. "Starting with Why can save you years of work," says Simon. "It's a simple question that sometimes doesn't get asked until a lot of the track has been laid down. You'd be surprised."
Simon has led innumerable brands around the world in design thinking workshops that have led to significant tech innovations in their workplaces.
In this session, Simon will lead you in the fundamentals of design thinking, how to implement these principles in your own organisation, and get it done right.
As the old saying goes, "Find something you love to do and you'll never work a day in your life." But after a year like 2020, is that even possible now?
The work-from-home situation, hard lockdowns, business disruption, an ominous economic outlook, and the knowledge that jobkeeper won't last forever have left many of us feeling anxious about the future.
Is loving what you do for a job now a thing of the past? Is it more a case of surviving than thriving when it comes to putting food on the table?
Join us for this keynote that explores the issues and the possibilities we have as employers and employees.
Employee Wellbeing Expert @ Human Inc
A fireside chat with Linius, our tech partner that’s behind LiveTiles Smart Video
Chris Lukianenko, host of The Intelligent Workplace Podcast, sits down with Linius’ Sonya Moray and LiveTiles CTO Simon Tyrell for a conversation on the new and cool catch-up tool. Catch-up on key point of what was said and seen in meetings, lectures, conferences and events. In fact any video that has been recorded we can now search and you can catch-up and never miss a thing.
Collaboration, creativity and cookbooks: a recipe for success at The Weekly
Join LiveTiles Brand & Creative Director Nathaniel Kiwi for an in depth fireside chat with Editor-in-chief Nicole Byers as she reveals how collaboration, creativity and cookbooks have been the recipe for success at The Weekly in 2020. Nicole gives us the inside scoop on helming one of Australia's most beloved female brands and the wise advice Ita Buttrose gave her when she first took the job. We'll cover how her team’s creativity blossomed within the constraints of 2020, the importance of nostalgia, family and cooking through the crisis and much more.
Agency owner Jason Soultan joins us to discuss how his passion project, the NO/BS Digital Conference, saved his professional life and helped him fall in love with work again. This session is all about side hustles, passion projects and re-invigorating your creativity to bring joy back to your day job.
Co-Founder & Design Director @ Soul+Wolf
Finding My Feet: Performing wilder through the unexpected.
Despite the times of struggle, Hanny’s story glows. The idyllic, unconventional childhood on a small organic farm in Tasmania. The pre-dawn chlorine fumes of swim squad before school. The spirited beauty of wilder adventures with her parents and older brother. The rapid rise to athletic stardom. She becomes the first and only non-European World Champion in orienteering, and flirts with her potential for the Olympic marathon. The call Hanny eventually answers, however, is wilder. She becomes a champion ultra-distance trail runner, and a coach to others who seek the wild potential inside themselves.
Finding My Feet is a luminous story of hope, determination and possibility. Hanny Allston shares her life with courageous honesty. Her goal is that her playful spirit and rise above adversity can inspire you, too, to find your feet.
Hear how to drive productivity and collaboration, with a special emphasis on managing your hybrid workforce and frontline workers in this challenging economic climate, while enabling a culture of innovation, resilience, and wellbeing in the workplace.
Introduction with Nick Rameka, Chief Marketing Officer at LiveTiles
How Deakin University have navigated their digital transformation journey - Alister Air, Manager of Digital Workplace
How Moorabool Council kept their people connected and engaged during COVID lockdown - with Lalitha Koya, Head of IT
LiveTiles product roadmap - what's coming in 2021? Presented by newly appointed CTO, Patrick Puntener
Start em’ young so they can LOVE their work from the beginning!
“Love your work” has become synonymous with others appreciation of our awesomeness but it also speaks to the promise of each of us thriving and being at our best in this part of our lives we spend so much time doing! What does it take to really “Love your work” from the start of your career, even on a bad day? How can we be READY to be the best version of ourselves every day, well before we arrive at this destination?
Founder & CEO @ Maxme
The rise of the employee. Why it's more important than ever to listen to your people.
The year 2020 hasn't just been about COVID. It's also been a stage for social and environmental activism.
Brands around the world are increasingly expected to be more transparent with regards to their stances on important social and environmental issues, in addition to ensuring a safe, inspiring, and progressive work environment.
In the same way that we have seen the empowerment of the customer over the last decade, we are now seeing the voice of the employee helping shape brand values.
In this talk, Leila Gurruwiwi, Cultural Awareness Advocate and Mentor, and Vanessa Ferguson, SVP of People & Experience at LiveTiles, discuss the importance of the employee's voice and how to capture it for greater insight and purpose-driven initiatives within the work environment.
A fireside chat with Steve Baxter, tech investor/founder & former shark on Shark Tank
Former finance journalist, Alex Liddington-Cox, sits down with Steve Baxter, tech investor/founder and former shark on Shark Tank. Alex and Steve will discuss the future of Australia's tech industry, and the opportunities for investors.
Product Marketing Manager
Founder & Investor
Transition Level Investments
Darren Middleton, Mark Wilson from ARC chat with Karl Redenbach & Peter Nguyen Brown
33 Aria Awards, 16 top-ten albums and four of Australia's most celebrated musicians - all brought together for one electrifying rock and roll experience. The Australian Rock Collective share a passion for rock and roll that spans decades. Featuring members of legendary Australian bands Spiderbait, JET, Powderfinger and You Am I.The group's members remain key players in one of Australia's most lauded musical dynasties.