August 16, 2012 in Opportunities: Enrich, Experience and Enhance
The Faculty of Business and Economics invites you to attend a special instalment of the Creating Future Leaders Series, featuring Alex Malley, Chief Executive Officer of CPA Australia, who will share his insights on creating a thriving corporate culture in businesses today.
Leadership Today: Creating a Thriving Corporate Culture
Date: Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Time: 5.15 – 6.15pm (followed by 1 hour networking session, light refreshments provided)
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, ICT Building, 111 Barry St, Carlton
Registrations Essential: http://bit.ly/Np7FPR
Registrations close 5pm on Monday 20 August 2012 or when places are filled. Light refreshments will be provided.
Alex Malley is the Chief Executive Officer of Australia’s largest accounting and finance body, CPA Australia. He is responsible for 19 offices globally, representing more than 139,000 members in 114 countries. Alex works closely with the next generation of business leaders and is committed to helping make successful leaders of today more accessible to them. This was the inspiration behind his recent and rare interview with the first man on the moon Neil Armstrong and is also the inspiration behind his role as The Naked CEO.
Alex also hosts his own national television show, evoTV’s The Bottom Line, on Australia’s Channel 7 Digital. The program sees Alex interview recognised leaders about their lives, business philosophies, personal insights and career highs and lows. He is also a weekly business commentator on 2GB radio stations’ The Money News program.
Prior to this, Alex held a number of CEO and senior roles. This was preceded by a celebrated career as a university associate professor where he won the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence and was a finalist at the National Teaching Awards.
Alex currently serves on a number of boards and government sector committees, including the Audit and Risk Committee of the Office of Police Integrity, Victoria.