Jay Richardson is the Manager of People and Culture Projects at the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, where she is passionate about ensuring the right workforce is engaged to support people with a disability achieve their goals and aspirations.
Spanning the for-profit and for-purpose sectors, Jay has experience both in Australia and the UK in areas such as IT, telecommunications, disability, and community services. In her current role, the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has prompted her interest in strategic workforce planning, shifting her formerly intuitive and experience-based decision-making to an evidence-based approach.
About the session
How can you implement a business strategy without a workforce strategy? A case study on how the Cerebral Palsy Alliance brought its ‘people’ strategic objective to life
How can you possibly create a strategic plan for your organisation when the nature of work is changing so fast that it’s impossible to accurately predict the future?
Join Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s intrepid adventurer Jay Richardson as she shares her experiences of developing a viable workforce plan to instil leadership confidence that strategic objectives would be met. Sharing the stage is Tess Walton, her adventure guide, who assisted Jay navigate the strategic workforce planning path with practical and pragmatic tools and tips for success.