Have you attended any of our "In Conversation With…" webinars? If you haven't yet had the chance, we encourage you to keep an eye on our website's "Events" page as we have some intriguing topics and guests scheduled for the year ahead.
Over the course of 2020, John Haley from OpusXenta had some fascinating conversations with a range of guests involved in different aspects of the Death Care industry. Each guest brought something completely different to the table, hopefully providing our audience with deeper industry knowledge and meaningful and relevant insights to take away from each discussion.
Deb Ganderton, CEO of Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust, spoke about navigating, strategically and operationally, the Covid-19 crisis successfully.
Landscape Architect Florence Jaquet shed light on natural burials and the difficulties of not having any legislation to support natural burials in Australia.
Successfully navigating large scale change management for smaller organisations and the major drivers behind it was the topic of the day with Program Manager, Catholic Cemeteries & Crematoria David Pitcher.
The year culminated in a chat with Samuel Holleran and Fraser Allison, who enlightened us about the multiple research projects currently being conducted by the Melbourne University's Death Tech Research Team, focusing particularly on death care and community relationships with death.