4th MAY, DAY 2 TOPICS
Managing Change and Influencing Outcomes
This session is designed for everyone attending the conference regardless of age, role, or seniority. Whilst contextualised for fleet management, adapting to change and influencing outcomes should be core skill for everyone.
Best fleet outcomes are achieved through a constant state of change and refinement. That doesn’t mean constantly changing suppliers, core systems or driver policies. It does mean, being open to new technologies that allow you to achieve your goals.
It’s sobering to think the current pace of change is never going to be as slow as it is today as technology improvements amplify the pace of change with no end in sight.
Whilst fleet managers have total responsibility, they often have little or no direct authority. Sure, their proposal makes senses, the ROI is proven but they still need to influence key stakeholders and decision makers.
It’s not enough to be an expert in fit for purpose vehicles & equipment, associated systems, vehicle policies and driver safety, you must be an agent of change and influence.
During this plenary session we’ll explore what it takes to become a change agent and influence outcomes.
Session Sponsorship Available
SPEAKER OF THE EVENT
As a consultant to senior business leaders in Australia and the United States for over 15 years, Hunter has extensive experience in coaching executives, managers and their teams through negotiations and significant change management processes.
Hunter moved to Australia from the US in 1988 to manage and expand Johnson Corporation Australia as Director of Development and Operations and has subsequently worked across a range of industries to deliver sustainable improvements to business performance.
Hunter has over seven years’ experience as a leadership consultant, trainer and CEO coach. He has consulted with medium to large businesses on sustainability and business development issues with a focus on leadership, sales and profitability, in industries including Information Technology, Consultancy/Professional Services and Manufacturing.
Hunter has been contracted by international consulting firms including Ernst and Young and Price Waterhouse Coopers to contribute to the building of their sustainability services capacity and presentation to market.
He has a BA in Business & Psychology and a Masters (M.Ed.) in Human Development Counselling. His professional memberships include the Australian Institute of Company Directors and St James Ethics Centre.