Principal Essentials CPD Mandatory Mix (2020-21) | 3 CPD Units

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Business Legal Lifecycle: Navigate your way from Startup to Success (2020) PM, Jeremy Streten, Navigating Difficult Issues With Peers, Staff And Clients (2020) PS, Dr Andrew Heys & Wellness and Ethics – a discussion (2021) ET, Bronwyn Pott & Dr Michelle Sharpe

Principal Essentials CPD Mandatory Mix (2020-21) | 3 CPD Units

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Principal Essentials CPD Mandatory Mix

3 CPD Units – Practice Management, Professional Skills & Ethics

In this Principal Essentials CPD Mandatory Mix

  1. Watch the three sessions on-demand 24/7 on any device, download handouts, LogCPD and ask questions.

2020 Principal Essentials CPD Mandatory Mix include:

  1. Business Legal Lifecycle: Navigate your way from Startup to Success (2020)
    • Learning Outcomes:
      • Why it is important to build your foundations before you build up
      • How to master relationships with consultants
      • How to take decisive action to help your business
  2. Navigating Difficult Issues With Peers, Staff And Clients (2020)
      • Learning Outcomes:
        • Reflect on their own needs, interests and feelings in a key relationship or situation and set conversation goals or action plans with timelines
        • Apply some opening up strategies to create the time and opportunity for constructive conversations and to set the scene and open the dialogue positively.
        • Steer a conversation toward an objective and rational stance while at the same time remaining empathetic, responsive and engaged with the perspectives of others
        • Manage difficult moments and behaviours more effectively by having some constructive techniques to redirect, neutralise
  3. Wellness and Ethics – a discussion (2021)
      • Learning Outcomes:
        • The Fit and Proper Person Test;
        • How it applies to your mental health;
        • Duties to disclose mental health; and
        • Whether or not lawyers owe an ethical obligation to notify a regulatory of another lawyers ill health.


About your Speakers

Dr Michelle Sharpe, Barrister and the author of Unconscionable Conduct in Australian Consumer and Commercial Contracts, published by LexisNexis.

 

Michelle is highly experienced in matters involving breaches of consumer protection law, having acted for (and against) State and Federal agencies. She has written and contributed to papers and publications on trade practices – particularly in the area of unconscionable conduct.

 

Committed to client care, Michelle brings a flexible, cooperative approach to her practice and in the service of clients – who include government, small and medium sized businesses and owners corporations.

 

Notable recent cases Michelle has been involved in include acting for the ACCC in a number of consumer product safety litigations, and against the ACCC in a trade practices matter; acting against Spotlight in a large scale breach of contract matters and acting for American Express in appealing a decision by the Commissioner of Taxation and successfully acted in a complex owners corporation litigation for the owners corporation and manager, where various breaches of the Act were alleged by a lot owner.

 

For more details on Michelle’s recent and reported cases, and her published papers, please click here. For Michelle’s full CV, click here.

 

Michelle lectured at the University of Melbourne (2007 – 2011) in the areas of legal ethics, civil procedure and contract law. She has a keen interest in health and wellbeing issues affecting the profession, and in particular the impacts on legal ethical conduct. Michelle was a member of the Bar Council 2006-09 and Assistant Convenor of the Women Barristers Association 2006-07.

 

Overview of legal expertise

  • Administrative Law (Judicial  and Merits Review)
  • Banking and Finance
  • Building and Construction
  • Commercial Law
  • Consumer Credit
  •  Defamation, Media and Entertainment
  • Equity Trusts
  • Professional Negligence
  • Property Law
  • Residential / Retail Tenancies
  • Taxation
  • Torts
  • Trade Practices
  • Traffic Law.

Professional associations

  • Australian Private Law Network
  • Commercial Bar Association

Victorian Bar Committee memberships

  • Victorian Bar Council
  • Bar Conciliators
  • Chair – Health and Wellbeing Committee

 

Bronwyn Pott has spent the past 30+ years working in management and leadership roles in professional services (predominately law firms).

 

She was a founding member of the Australian Legal Practice Management Association (ALPMA), and was national president for three years 2007-2010. She was also a founding executive member of the Australian Legal Sector Alliance (AustLSA), an association that works collaboratively across the legal profession to promote sustainable practices.

 

Bronwyn was instrumental in the establishment of a national qualification in Legal Practice Management and in 2010 was named the inaugural Industry ‘Icon’ for her contribution to Legal Management. She currently sits on the advisory board for the College of Law’s Master of Legal Business and has recently been seconded to the board of CLEAA (Continuing Legal Education Australia).

 

In addition, Bronwyn holds  has held a number of private and unlisted public company directorships.

 

After holding a number of senior leadership and management roles, she is currently assisting the Principals and leader of small and medium Firms make the most of their resources and the current business environment.  Her consulting regularly covers areas she is passionate about  including innovation, employee engagement, succession, lateral selection and integration, best practice operations and financial hygiene.

 

Dr Andrew Heys is a Director at Macquarie Business School, Macquarie University.

Dr Heys received his PhD in the discipline of management from Macquarie University in 2013, he also holds a Masters in International Studies with first class honours from the University of Sydney and a BA (Hons) in Political Science from Macquarie University.

Before assuming his current role Dr Heys was MBA Program Director at MGSM (2015-2018) where he oversaw the operations of an FT 100 MBA Program (#74, 2019 FT). During his tenure Andrew was responsible for multiple portfolios: domestic programs, the Hong Kong MBA, international student recruitment and exchange programs, standards and quality (including adjunct recruitment and performance management) along with line management responsibility for a large team of professional staff.

 

Andrew adopts a pragmatic and applied approach to his teaching practice, he teaches units in HRM, organisational behaviour and negotiation. Andrew has been and remains deeply engaged with industry throughout his career and led several key initiatives to bring MGSM students into closer contact with industry including the MGSM Internship Program and the Living Case Study unit on management consulting.

 

Dr Heys conducts applied mixed methods research into the links between management and performance with a current emphasis on professional services firms. He supervises doctoral students and contributes to academic debates as an active reseacher, referee and doctoral examiner.

 

As the founder of Heys and Associates, Dr Heys has consulted to industry across the Asia-Pacific for 15 years.  Current and past clients have included several Fortune 500 multinationals for whom he has led critical engagements across the Asia-Pacific – he has also worked with wide array of Australian blue chip companies and top tier professional services firms. A master facilitator, Dr Heys provides professional development workshops, strategic facilitation, tactical advice and coaching.

Jeremy Streten is a successful entrepreneur and lawyer applying his passion and experience to help entrepreneurs and small to medium sized business owners to succeed in their business so that they can live the life that they want to live.

 

With a 16 year legal background as a business lawyer and 8 of those years as a business owner, Jeremy has learnt a thing or two about business.

 

Jeremy has appeared on various television shows, podcasts and radio interviews. He also provides regular content for websites across Australia.

 

If you wish to contact Jeremy please email him at jeremy@jeremystreten.com or call him on 0467483444.

 

 

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