Trina speaks with Alicia McKay in New Zealand about connecting HR strategy, culture and leadership given that HR “best practice can’t exist in a vacuum”.

Connecting strategy, culture and leadership with Alicia McKay the straight-talking strategist | 7 April 2022 at 12pm (AWST)

CHANGE BEGINS WHERE STRATEGY, CULTURE, AND LEADERSHIP CONNECT

Trina speaks with Alicia McKay in New Zealand about connecting HR strategy, culture and leadership given that HR “best practice can’t exist in a vacuum”.

Strategic leadership expert Alicia McKay tackles the tricky stuff in life, work and leadership.

Alicia has worked with New Zealand and Australia’s most senior leaders in government, business and community, bringing fresh perspective and sharp insight.

She’s seen the good, the bad and the boring.

Trina and Alicia both loathe bureaucracy, buzzwords and BS so strap yourself in for an hour of unscripted straight talk about strategy, culture and leadership.

A word of warning… there will likely be some swearing in this one!

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