Advisory panel

Official Event Advisory Panel

Quest Events would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the official event advisory panel who contributed their valuable time and expertise to ensure the agenda for this event is timely and relevant for all stakeholders working in HR in the public sector.

David Caudrey
Director, Disability Policy
SA Department for Communities and Social Inclusion

Kim Toussaint
HR Manager, People and Workforce Development
Parks Australia Department Of The Environment & Energy

Darin Fox
Acting Head of People and Culture
Sydney Water

I am a masters-degree qualified professional and accredited in a range of organisational and psycho-metric measurement tools. While being passionate about HR theory and strategy and its critical importance to business objectives, I have developed a reputation as one who can be trusted to deliver pragmatic, innovative strategies in organisational development, talent management, culture, leadership and change.

Specialties: Organisational Development, change management, organisational culture, succession planning, talent management, leadership development

Connecting the dots through rigorous analysis of organisational data and presentation through storytelling.

Accredited and/or experienced in LSI, OCI, GSI, Myers-Briggs, Team Management Profile, Linking Skills, Voices 360

Lauren Jauncey
Founder & Director
Frankly Diversity

Lauren Jauncey is founder and Director of Frankly Diversity. Prior to launching Frankly Diversity, Lauren was the National Manager of Diversity and Inclusion at Australia Post. Over her career, Lauren has a proven track record of improving organisational performance through the implementation of diversity, leadership, talent and culture change programs.

She is an expert in improving the representation of women across all levels of leadership, achieving a gender pay gap of zero across the enterprise, developing and implementing Reconciliation Action Plans, supporting LGBTIQ programs organisation-wide and improving the experiences of people with a disability and their carers.

Angela Kilgour
Principal Advisor & Team Leader

QLD Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services

Angela Kilgour is the Principal Consultant at the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.

Currently working in the Strategic HR team. Projects to date include: Departmental team leader of the staff placement team supporting and coaching staff affected by workplace change, including staff impacted by the NDIS transition. Supporting managers and individuals to manage change and placement process.

Secretariat and co-ordinator for the departmental LGBTIQ+ working group to develop and to drive the implementation of the departmental strategy and action plan. Development of the and promotion of the first departmental Wellbeing Action Plan 2014-15 and 2015 -2016/17. Manage the departmental EEO Census response rate, results in 12 months have seen responses rise from 70% to 92%. Policy and resource development for Domestic or Family Violence in the workplace for the department.

Departmental coordinator and rep for the inaugural sector-wide employee opinion survey 2013. This involved partnering and coordinating with other departmental teams such as Info Services, Communications, Director-General and the Executive Management team. Successful outcomes included exceeding sector benchmark for response rate in the sector.

Manage the recruitment of 4 state wide campaigns of front line support staff for Disability Services.

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Government Workplace Diversity Summit 2019