This is a meaningful opportunity to connect with members of the death care community, share experiences, learn from others and support one another as we navigate these uncertain times.
What our guests will cover:
✅What's Next - Thinking about the future, how the industry will change in the short-term and the longer-term
✅ Recovery - The challenges we expect in making recovery happen
✅Ask The Panel - Put your own questions and concerns to the panel in this live Q&A session
✅Keeping The Sharing & Learning Going - Connect with death care colleagues from across the country through a new dedicated forum, specifically curated for you to share and learn across any death care related topic
Title: COVID-19 Recovery: A Panel Discussion
Date: Tuesday 7th July 2020
Time: 2:00pm AEST
Duration: 1 hour
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George Simpson, Principal, Woodwynd Consulting
George Simpson is a dedicated Funeral industry professional with a career in the sector spanning 30 years. During his three decades in the industry, he has worked for some of the largest Funeral and Cemetery operators in the UK and Australia, performing a diverse range of roles, from Funeral Director, Regional Manager and Chief Executive Officer.
Jane Grover, CEO, Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust
As Chief Executive Officer of the Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (SMCT), Jane's primary focus is the stewardship and evolving architecture of the organisation in line with our rolling Strategic Plan. A key focus is deepening the understanding of our customers based on customer insights, pursuing strategic opportunity, underpinned by with growing organisational capability. SMCT has reimagined the future state of the sector whilst pivoting the organisation to one of service delivery for the living.
Moderator: Neil Sherrin, VP Business Development
N. America, PlotBox