Auckland 2023

20-21 Jun, Tue–Wed 10am–5pm, Auckland Showgrounds

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Jo Duggan

Jo Duggan

Jo Duggan is a highly experienced business leader with almost 30 years of expertise in the property and construction industry. As CEO of the Facilities Management Association of New Zealand, she's committed to promoting sustainable building practices and driving growth and professionalism of the industry. Jo's strong leadership skills and technical background have been demonstrated in her previous roles as Director of Marketing & Partnership at the New Zealand Green Building Council, Director of Engagement at the Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects and various roles in the building supply chain. She thrives on taking on new challenges, building strong relationships with senior executives and key stakeholders, and effectively communicating to achieve shared goals. Beyond her career, Jo believes in giving back and has dedicated her time to organizations such as Habitat for Humanity building homes as a volunteer in Ethiopia, and the Red Cross, where she served as a Refugee Support Volunteer.

See Jo Duggan live in Auckland 2023

Wednesday 21 June
Jo Duggan, Jack Crutzen, Jason Happy, Tracy Carlin & Lyle Williams - Navigating the Present and Shaping the Future: Challenges and Professionalisation in FM
10:30am-11:15am Seminar Series

This dynamic panel aims to explore the current challenges faced by facility managers (FMs) and how they can proactively address them while focusing on the future of the profession.

During the discussion, each panel member will bring their unique perspective and insights to the table. Provide valuable insights into the expectations of executives from FMs, offering a strategic viewpoint. The panel will delve into timely and relevant questions, offering practical advice and strategies to navigate the numerous present challenges effectively and pave the way for the ongoing professionalisation of the FM field and its important role in the built environment.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and be part of an enlightening conversation that will explore the shape of the future of FM.