LGAT One Day Conference 2020
3 December, Wrest Point
Our Program includes guest speakers, networking opportunities, small exhibition and One Day Conference Dinner
Registrations are now open for the LGAT One Day Conference. Registrations are limited to ensure that we comply with current COVID-19 restrictions, so we advise you to secure your place quickly.
Tickets can be purchased on Local Tickets with two options:
- Full Day Conference Registrations with Conference Dinner (including General Meeting) - $395 inc GST
- Full Day Conference Registrations without Dinner (including General Meeting) - $275 inc GST
Registrations and payment can be made online at Local Tickets here
LGAT has secured a block booking at Wrest Point. For room rates please click here. Conference delegates must book their accommodation direct with Wrest Point. For reservations please call Wrest Point on 1800 139 760, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting Business Block No. BB # 1133041.
Wrest Point also currently also has this special. *Note the Dining Dollars credit does not apply to events
Few people have the drive and dedication of Mitch McPherson. When his younger brother Ty took his own life in 2013, Mitch, a glazier by trade, turned the devastating loss into the successful suicide prevention charity SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY.
Since then, 2017 Tasmanian Young Australian of the Year Mitch McPherson has spoken to over 700 events which include school groups, workplaces, sporting clubs, Community Events and National Conferences all across the country.
Through partnering with key community groups, businesses and sporting identities SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY has over 26,000 likes on its Facebook page, and this support continues to grow daily.
Mitch is dedicated to spreading the message that nothing is so bad that you can’t talk about it, and his vision is that SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY will become a national charity, with a focus on delivering programs in schools and sporting clubs around Australia to increase awareness and remove the stigma surrounding mental health.
Expand your knowledge and be inspired to action after hearing Mitch’s story of losing his brother to suicide.
Katy Cooper, Disruptive Co
‘Knowing what you don't know and being ready for what you can't see are the greatest capabilities you can have to lead the future.’ Katy helps organisations build strategic plans for a future they can’t see yet.
She develops leaders who can lead through ambiguity and change. She helps organisations understand the future, driven through transformation and the application of exponential technologies, and equips organisations to see what leading that future looks like. She is an energetic, highly skilled collaborator, speaker and facilitator who is also a proud Tasmanian.
Katy has over 20 years’ experience in financial services, retail, customer experience and strategic management, human resources, tourism and hospitality and technology industries. She is obsessively curious about ideas and the potential that collaboration has for exponential growth in businesses, communities and civilisations. She is passionate about the future of value exchange and believes data has value beyond what we can imagine and that 'impact' is a future currency.