The Human in the Loop – Your Organisation’s Best asset… Most of the Time is a Workshop Style Event with a presentation by Martin Levey, moving into Group discussions and then Panel Q&A.
This event will be in memory of Frank Marchetti and his contribution to Australian Institute of Management and all profits from the event will be donated to Mackay CQ Rescue as Frank used to dive for them and was active in helping raise money for them.
B.Sc (Hons); M.Psych (Org); Grad Dip (HumFac & SafetyMgtSys)
Martin Levey is a senior psychologist with over 30 years of experience with Defence, providing psychological services to the Australian Army and the broader Australian Defence Organisation.
As a military officer, Martin has had an extensive exposure to Defence HR and management systems including recruiting, strategic HR planning and research, military and civilian training, the provision of mental health services and support to military operations.
Martin has seen people and systems at their best, and their worst. Through work that has included service in Somalia, Afghanistan and the Antarctic, critical incident responses to the Bali bombing and a Himalayan avalanche and the air accident investigation of some of the worst military aviation disasters in Australia, Martin has a unique insight into human behaviour in a variety of contexts and environments.
Martin has an industry reputation for engaging and entertaining presentations. In this workshop he hopes to stimulate thought about some of the strengths and limitations of people interacting with workplace systems, particularly the things that influence how we perceive our environment and how we understand and engage in risky behaviour. This is a presentation for anybody who wants to better understand some of the drivers for group behaviour, current thinking on generational differences and the influence of evolution and culture on workplace behaviour.
Craig Doyle was previously the CEO of Gladstone Ports Corporation for two and a half years and has held senior executive management roles at Wilmar Sugar, Mackay Sugar and Sugar Australia. He is currently an active board member of Queensland Sugar Limited.
He holds a MBA in Technology Management, a Post Graduate Diploma in Management and an Associate Diploma in Science.
With a 30 year career at management level, Craig brings a wealth of experience in leadership and communication. His key focus is creating environments where changes and continuous improvement can successfully occur in collaboration with staff. Married with four children, Craig enjoys spending time with his family, most sports and doing the occasional handyman job.
Carissa Mansfield is the HR and HSE Manager of Mackay Sugar. Carissa has in excess of 14 years’ experience in HR and OHS and has been a co-author on industry papers and guest speaker at industry forums. Carissa is Chairperson of the Australian Sugar Milling Council Environmental Committee and a member of the People and Safety Committee. The breadth of Carissa’s experience extends across Construction, Oil and Gas, Mining and Manufacturing industries and has held advisor roles at BMA and Peabody Energy. Carissa holds an MBA, Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) and Post Graduate Diploma in OHS.
With two gorgeous girls, Carissa balances family life and work commitments, whilst also enjoying the sport of Triathlon, but most of all the tribe that she has the pleasure of training with.