If you are looking for a sought after, professional speaker with Human Resources and C-Suite experience, then Jenny is the speaker for you. Jenny has the ability to impart stories that will make you sit up and listen. Her unique ability to share her knowledge ensures the audience is engaged and have practical knowledge to apply at the workplace. Jenny presents at conferences and business breakfasts/ Lunch engagements.
Jenny Covers many topics with her wide range of experience.
The key areas are:
- What are the changes in the future of work and how do organisations manage the transition./li>
- Strategic HR for the 21st century.
- Developing Confidence in women as a strategic advantage. Fundamental for any diversity program.
WEBINAR – The Future of Work – Embracing change
Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017 @ 3:30 – 4:30pm AEST
Join Jenny Brice, Executive Coach/Mentor and a Thought Leader on the future of work, as she discusses what approaches organisations are taking to understand the impact of the future of work on their businesses.
In this webinar, you will hear:
- Current work trends
- Emerging technology and its impact on the workplace, society and individuals.
- Actions individuals can take to future proof work options.
- The importance of inter-generational co-operation and how that may leverage employ-ability
Thank you Jenny for running a very thought-provoking webinar for Skillsoft. I enjoyed every minute of it.
Regards, Rosie Cairnes
NOOSA alive! and University of the Sunshine Coast present
The Future of Work
If meaningful work can provide hope and purpose and positive mental health outcomes, is there the danger of a serious social divide in Australia caused not only by a welfare system that has become so generous that it discourages employment and self-reliance but also by the realities of a diminishing job market?
How are job markets likely to evolve in our 21st-century digital economy?
Come and listen to this must hear debate involving some of Australia’s best innovative thinkers on a topic which is posing ever increasing challenges to government and our market society
Tim Dunlop is an author, writer and academic.
Jan Owen AM is a highly regarded social entrepreneur, innovator and child and youth advocate. She is the CEO of the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA).
Professor Judith Sloan is one of Australia’s best-known economists and is the contributing Economics Editor at The Australian.
Maurice Newman AC was, until March 2012, the Chairperson of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and former chair of the board of the Australian Stock Exchange.
Jenny Brice has worked as a HR Executive for many years with some of Australia’s most successful companies, and has had international experience working and studying in America at MIT, and liaising with executives in Asia.
Moderator: Paul Barclay
Radio National – Big Ideas
Festival of Thought
Saturday 29 July
$32.50 Adult | $27.50 Concession
General Admission (includes booking fee)
Noosa Springs Golf and Spa Resort,
Links Drive, Noosa Heads
90 minutes with Q&A, no intermission
Tea and coffee
Expert Facilitator: Jenny Brice
The 10th Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit
Jenny has been asked to design and facilitate a career planning strategy day for the 10th Higher Education Summit in June 2017.
In addition to this she has been asked to be a Expert speaker on Cross Generational Mentoring…
This is an outline of the event. More info to follow..
Create a foundation for leadership progression and place yourself in the best position for promotion
Achieving your career goals and the advancement you desire requires planning and strategy. In the complex and challenging Higher Education sector, it is essential that women understand their inherent skill sets, focusing on core strengths and weaknesses and how these can be improved.
However, even with the most developed leadership skill-set, you must also be able to identify and leverage opportunities to progress in your career. As a result, aspiring and emerging leaders must understand how to position themselves for promotion and build the right tools and networks to do so.
This interactive workshop encompasses the tools and strategies that will enable you to thrive in your career as an authentic leader. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to reflect on your goals and translate them into a structured plan for your progression. Take your work and career potential into your own hands by developing a new confidence and ability to position yourself for success.
Expert Facilitator: Jenny Brice
Sharing the knowledge – Cross generational mentoring
In the age of continuous development, we all have areas for improvement so we can continue to progress. Mentoring programs can help grow individuals to build stronger universities, with both parties learning from one another.
- Why cross generational mentoring is more important than ever, as society embraces the technological revolution
- Identify a mentor that adds the most value to your career development
- Understand the differences between informal and formal mentoring programs
Jenny Brice Executive Coach (C-Suite)/ Mentor/ Leadership Trainer/ Facilitator/ Speaker
JB Executive Coaching, Mentoring and Leadership
Jenny Brice has been working with ABC Radio to produce a series on the Future Of Work hosted by Annie Gaffney.
Jenny discusses topics with Annie on all things related to the future of Work.
- The impact of the driverless cars.
- Being Dollar Ready and Youth Unemployment.
- Technological trends.
- The future of Redundancy.
- New ways to be employed.
- Organizational responsibility.
- Virtual work.
Jenny Brice Speaking at 4th Women in ICT Leadership Summit 2016 held in Brisbane
Feedback from the participants of 4th Women in ICT Leadership Summit 2016 held in Brisbane last month.
“Loved your presentation. Going to print out the risk poem. Spoke volumes to me.”
“Amazing real life story. Really got motivated from her speech.”
Overall Jenny’s presentation was rated on 3 factors:
|Knowledge of the subject:||4.75||Very Good – Excellent|
|Standard of Presentation||4.75||Very Good – Excellent|
Jenny Brice Speaking at The Brisbane Learning and Development Network
Jenny has been asked by HR Departments to facilitate sessions on workforce planning. As a part of sessions she gave a comprehensive overview of the future of work and she has also delivered material for Executive leadership programs. As a consequence of this she was asked to be a guest speaker of the Brisbane Learning and Development Network.
Jenny Brice Speaking at Women in Leadership conference
Jenny Brice Speaking at Vodafone on Woman’s Day 2015
Jenny Brice Podcast on Ageism
Recently I sent a journalist a couple of my articles on “ageism” located on my website. We organised to meet and after a stimulating conversation he said he believed that the information I provided in my articles need to reach a broader audience. Within two days he had organised for me to speak on local and national radio and sent my articles to another two journalists for review. My most recent article has just been posted.
This is a link to the podcast. It is with Susan Ryan and myself being interviewed by Ellen Fanning on ageism.
On Wednesday Jenny Brice was interviewed regarding her new article on Ageism. ABC News’ Jon Coghill interviewed Jenny about her article and gained her perspective on the discrimination people face on account of their age, without knowing the skills and possible contributions those people could make.
A Sunshine Coast business coach is combating ageism in the Australian workplace and wants the corporate world to do the same.
Jenny Brice, a former high-flying human resources (HR) professional, said corporate Australia needs to have a conversation about how older workers can be an asset.
“The skills we have learned going through the tough times [of recession in the 1990s], and understanding what they are, can be unbelievable knowledge for corporations,” Ms Brice said.
Read the news report here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-03/age-prejudice-epidemic-in-corporate-australia-target-of-battle/7136190
The simple fact of the matter is that people listen when Jenny speaks. Jenny has an amazing ability to rise above the noise and to engage you in thought provoking conversation. Her intelligence enables her to be a thought leader
and her experience allows her to articulate and open minds to the future of work.
Gareth Smith, Skillsoft, Regional Account Executive
I met Jenny Brice when I was a speaker on a conference panel and Jenny was the facilitator for the session.
I was impressed with Jenny’s eloquence, engagement with the speakers and audience and her inclusive approach. Jenny also drew upon her own real life experiences to bring a warmth and authenticity to the discussion. Jenny had a knack of making the speakers feel at ease and bond quickly.
Since then I have had the enjoyment of continuing to work with Jenny and enjoy our thought provoking conversations. Jenny encourages me to think differently. Jenny is a true thought leader.
Janette Hewson, Vice President Government Relations and General Counsel at Peabody Energy Australia
Jenny has an elegant insight into people that enables them to pause, think, and engage in a way that expands their knowledge of themselves and their businesses. Her facilitation of the recent Women in Leadership forum was top drawer. Her light touch and relaxed professionalism was instrumental in an enjoyable and engaging day for both the speakers and the audience.
Virginia Clifton Dougherty, General Manager and Local Market CEO Westpac Bank