Entrepreneurism and the Importance of Flexible Working Hours

The 2018 National Employment Solutions Conference will be held at Twin Towns Services Club, Tweed Heads, NSW over the 8th – 9th October.

The conference provides the opportunity to be involved through presenting, learning, engaging, networking and collaborating with other professionals within the employment sector.

Joining us at the conference is Mrs Natalie Goldman, CEO at FlexCareers who will present on ‘Entrepreneurism and the Importance of Flexible Working Hours’.

Mrs Natalie Goldman, CEO at FlexCareers

Abstract

The future of work is happening today – flexible working is spearheading that along with a number of other forces including globalization, advancement in technology (including Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Block chain) as well as societal factors that are changing the way we work. So how does entrepreneurism fit into that? Well partly through the gig economy that people are no longer wanting a standard 9-5pm. So, what are people wanting job security? Financial security? Or a better way of working? We’ll all but how can that be achieved. Come here Natalie Goldman, CEO of FlexCareers talk to the changing face of the workforce and how flexible work is enabling so many facets and why we can’t afford to keep our heads in the sand.

Biography

Natalie Goldman has over 20 years’ experience in human resources, learning & development and organisational design across all major industries across corporate, government and not-for-profit here in Australia and across APAC. Industries include professional services, financial services, FMCG, construction and engineering, retail and more. Her background includes psychology, communication and technology. For a large part of her career Natalie has been public speaking as a trainer and facilitator as well as developing instructional design. Furthermore, she has been coaching for the most of this time as well.

The other aspect of her career is that she has been heavily been involved in organisation change and transformation projects across various sized organisations. In the last 10 years many of her roles were in leadership roles which added another layer of experience and perspective on the work that she was participating in. Apart from the various projects and organisations that Natalie has worked on, she has also run her own business for a number of years giving her another perspective into the world of work. Most recently she is the CEO of FlexCareers, a disruptive online talent matching platform connecting talented people with progressive employers offering flexible work. Natalie is Portfolio CEO of Heads over and also sits on a number of boards including the Women’s Indigenous Network and is an Advisor on the Blue Chilli #SheStarts Program. Natalie can often be found speaking as a keynote speaker at conferences and events on topics including the future of work, diversity & inclusion and flexible work. She is a believer of challenging the norm, being curious and innovating, finding better and different ways of doing things, of connecting and collaborating.

For more information on the 2018 National Employment Solutions Conference and to secure your spot, please visit www.employmentsolutions.net.au

 

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