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Cultivate Challenge – Purpose webinar with Bourby Webster


Bourby Webster, Founder and first CEO of the Perth Symphony Orchestra will chat with Keogh CEO Margit Mansfield about her journey of purpose to bring music to the masses and reach a broader audience, thus allowing greater appreciation of music in the community.


[Update 4 August 2022 – Unfortunately due to a staff member testing positive for Covid, a difficult decision has been made to cancel the webinar planned for Thursday 11 August 2022.

This does not mean you will lose out on the leadership insights Bourby has around Purpose though! We have invited her as a guest on a future episode of our Leaders Unedited vodcast, and will still record Bourby sharing her views, just in a different format. More details will be shared once the episode has been recorded and made live.]


About Bourby Webster

Bourby Webster is a violist, entrepreneur, educator, presenter, and producer. She is the Founder and first CEO of the Perth Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra that makes the rules and has a mission of ‘Music for Everyone’. Bourby has a music degree from Oxford University, is a graduate of the Royal College of Music, has an MBA from UWA, and has been a winner of a Business News 40 Under 40 award for Entrepreneurs and a finalist in the Telstra Business Woman of the Year Awards (WA).


About Margit Mansfield

Margit Mansfield is a registered psychologist with extensive experience working in Africa, UK and Australia in professional and financial services, mining, health, oil and gas, energy, engineering services and logistics. Her strengths are culture transformation, leadership and team development, change management and organisational design, but she also has a wealth of experience in employee engagement, talent development and executive coaching.


About Cultivate

Organisational culture matters because it influences everything that happens in an organisation.

Developed by Keogh’s team of highly experienced consultants, Cultivate is a culture toolbox designed to deliver and embed real change.

Significant research on factors relating to high performance organisations and flourishing people underpins our Cultivate model.

Centering around the principle of “Purpose” as a key driver to enable a virtuous cycle of business performance and impact, the Cultivate model is scaffolded by three dimensions and 13 elements.

Cultivate sets you up for successful culture change that:

  • Creates a flourishing work environment;
  • Improves organisational performance; and
  • Helps you attract and retain the best talent.