Racing towards a strong future
The beautiful (though chilly) Lancemore Macedon Ranges Hotel in Victoria was the perfect venue for this year’s retreat. Leaders across the company joined team members from our seven Australian offices for four days from May 18 to 21.
Day one focused on improving client experience, building Formula 1 cardboard race cars, and implementing a bespoke leadership programme. Day two focused solely on scenario planning.
The weekend was centred on leadership, future planning and forming a framework that will allow us to grow and achieve our 2030 vision.
We are charting our path to 2030 in three phases, and we are currently concentrating on the 2023–2025 strategic plan unveiled at the retreat. Our scenario planning generated enormous enthusiasm among our leadership group as we embraced the opportunity to build resilience and agility into our strategy.
We have taken the time to ensure that our strategic plan will enable us to provide the best results for our clients.
Our promise to our stakeholders is simple.
Dedicated – We’re industry leaders with more senior practical experience than anyone else. It is all we do.
Accessible – You can talk to anyone anytime, no matter who they are or what you need.
Bespoke – Our services are tailored to meet your needs.
Presentations by our newest principals Arezoo Farhadi, Joe McLeod and Mohsen Moogui and Terri-Lee Morris, our recently appointed HSE & Wellness Manager, were among the weekend’s highlights.
Featured from L-R: Arezoo Farhadi, Joe McLeod, Mohsen Moogui, Terri-Lee Morris
Hands down, the day-one team-building challenge, where we rolled up our sleeves to construct and race a cardboard Formula-1 cart, was unanimously the most enjoyable and competitive part of the weekend!
Our staff returned to work from the weekend with renewed optimism and a commitment to building a strong future for ATC Williams.