Taking control of your career and capability
If there was a tool that could greatly influence your future career prospects, would you use it? If it helped you better control your reputation, build key relationships, access global expertise, and share stories from your own work, would you want to learn how?
The really good news? There is. And you - like 14+ million other Australians - can take greater control over your future today.
Join Roger Christie and Deborah Jenkins as they discuss the ways professionals can use platforms like LinkedIn to support their organisational and individual goals. Following the release of the 2023 Digital Reputation Report exploring public sector leaders' use of LinkedIn, Roger has examples and evidence to help anyone harness the opportunities online participation presents in an authentic, safe and effective way, and Deb's story brings the data to life.
Roger Christie, Managing Director of multi award-winning advisory firm Propel
Roger Christie is the Managing Director of multi award-winning advisory firm Propel, where he specialises in LinkedIn advice for leaders who understand the value of a strong digital reputation.
Roger has spent more than 30,000 hours coaching hundreds of leaders across the public, private and NGO sectors, including more than 50 federal, state and local government clients. He helps them use LinkedIn more strategically as a way to reach and influence key audiences – talent, partners, customers, investors, media – at scale.
Roger hosts the Your Digital Reputation podcast, authors the Your Digital Reputation newsletter, and publishes the Digital Reputation Report – looking at how leaders use LinkedIn – each year.
Deborah Jenkins, Deputy Secretary Corporate and Enabling Services, Chief Operating Officer
Deborah is the Deputy Secretary and Chief Operating Officer for the Corporate and Enabling Services Group at the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.
Deborah has also held the role of Deputy Commissioner, Small Business at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) with responsibilities for the management of the Small Business Client Experience, the Goods and Service Tax (GST) product and the ATO's program of work to address the shadow economy. During 2022, she was the acting Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commissioner, pending the appointment of the permanent Commissioner. Deborah joined the ATO in 2015 and has held several roles within the agency, such as key projects including Single Touch Payroll, E invoicing and COVID stimulus measures.
Prior to joining the ATO Deborah was a partner at a large advisory firm where she held various leadership positions. Deborah is a passionate and dedicated professional, having multinational experience in Australian, New Zealand and Europe. In New Zealand she worked in both the public and private sectors, starting her career with Inland Revenue before joining law firm Bell Gully.