Career Advice Q&A

Career Advice Q&A

Career Advice Q&A - presented in partnership with Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand

Rob Soros: Senior Manager, Transformation and Operations at Deloitte; and

Brian Lee-Archer: Managing Director within the Government and Health Industry Practice at Accenture Australia

This Career Advice session with Rob Soros and Brian Lee-Archer is an opportunity for current MBA and GCBA students and Alumni to find out more about how Rob and Brian have found their respective paths to their current roles and firms.

Rob Soros FIML
Senior Manager | Transformation & Operations
Deloitte Consulting Pty. Ltd.

Rob Soros is a management consultant with years of experience working with multinationals, corporates, government and social enterprises in developing business strategy, evaluating social impact and addressing strategic risks. With a background in crisis management and strategic communication across a diverse range of sectors, Rob has held various leadership roles with regular advisory services to CEOs, Senior Directors and Directors. With interests in social enterprises, he is a strong proponent of social entrepreneurship and ethical leadership.

Brian Lee-Archer MIML
Managing Director and Industry Executive | Government and Health | Australia & New Zealand, Accenture

Brian is a Managing Director within Accenture's Strategy and Consulting Practice. He is the Client Account lead for Services Australia which includes the social policy and service delivery agencies within the federal government (DSS, DESE). He leads the Public Sector Industry Consulting Network within Australia and New Zealand. His 35+ years of experience represents a distinguished international career in social security and government administration and management consulting.

As part of registering for this event, please indicate whether you would like to be a part of either Rob or Brian's session, along with submitting a question for them to address, which will assist in shaping the direction of the conversation. Participants in each session will be limited to 10 people each.

Date: Wednesday 28 April

Time: 12.00pm - 1.30pm

Online: via Zoom, with connection details confirmed following registration

Register: at this link prior to Thursday 22 April

**Please note that this is not a first come first served opportunity. Should registration numbers be greater than anticipated, applicants will be selected at random by a number generator to be equitable.

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