Dr Lindsay McMillan, a future that works

Dr Lindsay McMillan, a future that works

Dr Lindsay McMillan OAM is a leading Australian academic, thought leader and social commentator in the field of human resources and the complexities of the modern workplace. As the Managing Director of Reventure Limited, Dr McMillan is charged with undertaking research, raising public debate, and helping to renew workplaces for the future. He is a…

Dr Lindsay McMillan OAM is a leading Australian academic, thought leader and social commentator in the field of human resources and the complexities of the modern workplace.

As the Managing Director of Reventure Limited, Dr McMillan is charged with undertaking research, raising public debate, and helping to renew workplaces for the future.

He is a regular researcher, author and presenter in Australia and internationally.

For several decades, he has led social enterprises and an international human resources company, as well as serving in non-executive director and chair roles with boards. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

It is this practical experience in a range of leadership roles that drives Dr McMillan to work with CEOs and their workplaces to strive for greater job satisfaction, true meaning and purpose, and optimal performance.

Dr McMillan holds a Doctor of Health Services (Psychology), a Master of Education and a Bachelor of Health Administration.

He is a recipient of an OAM for services to Australians with disabilities through a range of health organisations and employee assistance programs. He is a Churchill Fellow and a recipient of a Rotary International Foundation Fellowship.

Dr Lindsay McMillan OAM has conducted a significant amount of research in helping to renew workplaces for the future. Alongside his research, his practical experience in leading organisations and chairing on boards has brought him great insight into what makes the Australian workplace thrive. He has worked alongside many CEOs, helping them to create better cultures with higher levels of commitment and productivity.

In this presentation, he will share his insights and research into the growing epidemic, that is workplace loneliness. Lindsay will draw on his research to unpack the issue of workplace loneliness and its implications for workplace health and wellbeing, and the employee experience. He will also share many case studies of those organisations he has interviewed who are creating thriving and future-ready workplaces.