On behalf of the ATRF Scientific Committee, we are pleased to announce the 2020 webinar Work beyond COVID-19 (30/11/20, 4pm AEST)
PANEL (Facilitator: Lindsay Oxlad, Consultant)
Glenn Lyons - Matt MacDonald Professor of Future Mobility, University of the West of England Bristol
Throughout his research career Glenn has focused upon the role of new technologies in supporting and influencing travel behaviour both directly and through shaping lifestyles and social/working practices. Recent and ongoing engagements include helping transport authorities accommodate future uncertainty in a vision-led approach to planning, policymaking and investment; and examining the need for transport planning practice to evolve.
Sharon Parker - Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Curtin University, Director of the ‘Centre for Transformative Work Design’
Laureate Fellow Sharon Parker is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor at Curtin University and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Science. She is a recipient of the Kathleen Fitzpatrick Award, the Academy of Management OB Division Mentoring Award and, in Nov 2019, Sharon was named among the world’s most influential scientists and social scientists in the Highly Cited Researchers list released by the Web of Science Group, and the only female in Australia on this list in the field of Economics and Business. A past A/Editor for Academy of Management Annals, Sharon has published more than 150 articles in leading journals on topics like work design, proactive behaviour, and job performance.
Liz Ampt- Behaviour change specialist and Director of ‘Concepts of Change’
Liz is internationally known as a behaviour change specialist who has worked closely with individuals, communities and organisations to develop methods in which individuals gain personal benefits while they are also positively influencing their environment and their community. She has worked with organisations to develop behaviour change strategies.