State of the Industry Briefing Breakfasts
Our industry is in a period of significant change. As we head into the next phase of reform with a number of influential reviews and their key recommendations helping shape the future of the sector – are you prepared?
Are you aware of the strategic factors at play? The potential impact? And the strategies and operational issues you should be considering in your business? LASA, in partnership with First State Super, invites you to join us for this “State of the Industry” presentation delivered by Sean Rooney, CEO, LASA.
A must hear presentation for Boards and Executive Teams, this comprehensive and insightful session covers the key current and future issues across residential care, home care and retirement living that you need to be aware of in 2018.
As we head towards the 2018/19 Federal Budget, this is a vital update for your business not to be missed.
Join us at a venue near you:
10 April – Brisbane – Jindalee Hotel Function Centre, Sinnamon Road, Jindalee
12 April – Sydney – First State Super, Level 21/83 Clarence Street, Sydney
19 April – Perth – Duxton Hotel, No. 1 St Georges Terrace, Perth
24 April – Adelaide – Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, Cnr South Terrace and Peacock Road, Adelaide
03 May – Melbourne – First State Super, Level 13, 15 William Street, Melbourne
04 May – Canberra – Goodwin, Ainslie Lifestyle Centre, 35 Bonney Street, Ainslie (Member price FREE / Non Members $30)
7:00am – 9:00am
Who Should Attend:
Board Chairs and Board Directors, CEOs and Executives
Members $60 + GST Non Members $120 + GST
Sean Rooney – LASA CEO
Sean Rooney has held several Chief Executive/Senior Executive roles in public, private, and not-for-profit sector organisations. He has led membership based organisations and represented the interests of members on the local, national and international stage, including the development and delivery of a range of value-adding services for members.
In addition, he has practical experience at the nexus of the health and aged care sector, having been the former Chief Executive Officer at the Australian Medicare Local Alliance. In this role he led and managed a national, member-based organisation with a large workforce and an annual turnover of more than $28 million, coordinating, supporting and meeting the individual and collective needs of all Medicare Local members.
He has also held a range of other senior business management positions in other organisations. His qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce from the ANU, a Masters of Business Administration from Melbourne University and Post Graduate qualifications in Cross Sector Collaboration from Cambridge University.
For further information and to register, click here.
Proudly supported by:
First State Super are one of Australia’s largest profit-for-member financial services organisations. They provide their members with a better financial future through safe and secure superannuation and quality financial advice. Their size enables them to invest in ways that make a positive impact on the economy, the environment and the communities in which their members live, work and retire. The majority of their members work in vocation roles. They are nurses, midwives, teachers, police, firefighters, paramedics and others that care for our communities.
First State Super believe that everyone deserves a dignified retirement. Through their financial planning company, StatePlus they provide high quality, affordable advice for members and all Australians. While they’re big, they see their members as individuals. They understand the role they play in safeguarding their savings and working with them to plan for the future they want.