The Essence of Leadership: New Horizons



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19/07/2017 - 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Are you managing staff approaching the transition to retirement, looking to transition yourself or have retired?

Transitional change management planning is essential across all aspects of professional and personal life. Why then do we only look to retirement predominantly by way of financial planning? What are the corporate benefits of supporting staff through the transition to retirement?

Join us as Peter Barber FIML share’s his whole of life approach to retirement planning and explains the personal and corporate benefits of providing transitional support for employees moving into retirement.

Peter’s New Horizons Program provides managers and leaders with the insights, analysis and benefits (for corporates and individuals) of strategically planning for the transition into retirement and participating longer in the workforce.

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Peter has explored a range of roles during a career spanning forty five years. Starting his working life at 17 in retail, Peter found his vocation as a teacher in his early twenties and after completing a Bachelor of Education he taught in primary and secondary schools for 12 years. Peter then returned to the business world as a trainer and facilitator in banking then in the public service in the early 1990s.

Peter worked in Human Resources for 15 years in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific and Europe, completed a Masters degree focused on strategy and change and is now sharing what he has learnt with others and helping them follow their own star.

No stranger to personal and professional change, Peter has accumulated a lifetime of experience, knowledge and expertise and now helps people develop the insights and planning needed to make important decisions and significant changes at key points in their lives.

Peter’s New Horizons Program helps people explore what they want to really do as their working life starts to wind down and helps them make one of the biggest transitions of their lives through reflection, analysis and thoughtful planning.



Venue Website:

Level 20, 380-390 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia

The IML Melbourne office is located on the level 20, 380-390  La Trobe St. The facilities include IML Members Lounge which includes workstations and free wifi. Access to the lounge is available during business hours Monday to Friday for member use.   Public transport options: The office based walking distance from Melbourne Central and Flagstaff train stations.