Welcome to our sixth episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The NGO of the Future.
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In this episode, co-hosts Paul Ronalds and Rachel Mason Nunn speak with Lawrence Goldstone and Kristy Muir on the NGO workforce of the future.
Covid-19 has set the pace for fundamental transformations in the way we work. We now require renewed skill sets, organisational structures and talent, and they need to be stronger than ever. Employees need to be agile and flexible, and leaders need to be ready to guide their team through disrupted and unstable times.
Lawrence is a Partner at PwC Australia and leads the firm’s Future of Work agenda. Passionate about distributive models of change and bringing new perspectives to executives and Boards, Lawrence brings 25 years’ local and international experience. Lawrence is also Chair of the Board at OzHarvest, Australia’s largest food rescue organisation, and sits on the Board of ForPurposeCo., as well as advising several start-ups.
Kristy is the CEO of the Centre for Social Impact and a Professor of Social Policy in the Business School at UNSW Sydney. Kristy has worked for three decades with for-purpose organisations and is driven to better understand and find solutions to complex social problems and measure whether and where we are making a difference.