Leaders

Atlassian’s Dominic Price Wants You To Ask Yourself These Four Questions

He believes contemplating the 'Four L's' every quarter will change the way you live, work and lead.

By Natalie Cornish

Leaders

He believes contemplating the 'Four L's' every quarter will change the way you live, work and lead.

By Natalie Cornish

Dominic Price, Atlassian’s resident work futurist, is owning up to “dysfunction” – and he thinks you should be too. “My definition of dysfunction is that it’s the gap between what you know and what you do,” he told a full house at the launch of Future Women Platinum+, a new 360-degree, 12-month professional training program to inspire and support Australia’s emerging female leaders in partnership with CareerCEO, at Chin-Chin in Melbourne last week.

The crowd at Future Women’s Platinum + launch listen to Atlassian’s Dominic Price in Melbourne last week.

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Dominic Price was discussing ‘The Power of Teamwork’ as part of the launch of Future Women Platinum+, a new 12-month training and engagement program in partnership with CareerCEO, recognising Australian businesses’ commitment to recruiting and retaining the very best female talent.

Our Platinum+ packages, designed for the future leaders of your business, offer a diverse and challenging year-long suite of services, providing unmatched professional development opportunities for the women in your organisation. These include; premium events, leadership training, exclusive newsletters, practical written content, inspiring podcasts and a two-day conference.

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