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No I in team: Understanding how staff are vital for success

Better staff practices for a better business

Produced by the City of Sydney

Attracting and retaining talented and dedicated staff who share your company’s vision and values is vital, but not always easy. So how do you stand out from the crowd?

At the May City Thought Leader seminar, Anthony Mitchell, Co-founder and Director of Bendelta, and Mark Lincoln, Director of Lush Cosmetics Australasia Retail, will share why staff are the key to their success.

First up we’ll hear from Anthony, who co-founded Bendelta with Natalie Micarone in 2003. Bendelta focuses on helping companies such as major banks, not-for-profit organisations and telecommunication companies with their strategic and leadership direction. With such big clients it’s essential Bendelta employ the best and the brightest. You’ll learn how they achieve this as well as hearing about the ‘Bendelta code’. (The first rule of the code: there are no rules).

We’ll also hear from Mark on why Lush, a global brand that has produced sustainable, ethical and natural cosmetics for more than 20 years, is recognised as an employer of choice. Mark will share how the business has been directly influenced by the personal values and beliefs of all their staff, no matter what position they’re in, and about their educational- and career-progression opportunities.

To round out the night, Andrew Fricot from NSW Office of State Revenue will talk about their small business grant, designed to encourage businesses to hire new employees and expand.

This is a free seminar, but bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.

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When
Wednesday 31 May 2017 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Where
Customs House
31 Alfred Street, Sydney
Barnet Long Room
Cost
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