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She has been an invited columnist to several professional magazines including The World Financial Review, London; HR Matters, Malaysia, Human Capital Singapore, Perfect Professional Bangalore, Smart Investor, Singapore to name a few and editorial committee member to many management journals. She has over 50 publications, including three books, to her credit.

CSR-Manager.org (the web presence of the renowned United Nations’ Global Compact International Yearbook) listed her book titled- “Succeed or Sink: Business Sustainability Under Globalisation” as one of the resources to help organsiations build their capability in areas of corporate social responsibility and business sustainability. The book was also nominated for ‘The International Convention of Asia Scholars’ (ICAS) Book Prize 2013. Commenting on her newly published book, ‘The Changing Role of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region’, (Elsevier publication, Oxford) Prof. Peter Cappelli, Director, Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania says …”The story in this volume is a positive one about how good employment principles that have been developed elsewhere can both transform the burgeoning businesses in Asia and also the communities where they operate. It is a story that deserves to be taken seriously, not just by employers but by policy makers in those countries and the international agencies that advise them”. “For soldiers and generals alike, Jayantee has produced a master piece. One can ignore the wisdom only at one’s own peril”, says Mr. Prabir Jha, President & Group CHRO, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India.

She takes active interest in Social Justice Causes (that include employment and labour market, multicultural diversity and inclusiveness) and believes Social Justice and   sustainability are interlinked. Currently, she is the Chairperson of Access & Social Justice Consultative Group at one of the Local Government Councils (in Sydney) with responsibilities to advocate for an accessible and socially just inclusive community.

She is also a planning committee member of a Multicultural Network (facilitated jointly by two Local Government Councils in Sydney) which aims to identify and address issues affecting people from Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds in area.

She holds- PhD (Management); MPhil. (Management); MBA (Human Resources Management); BSc. (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics); Certificate in Human Rights; Certificate in ‘Towards an inclusive society: how to tackle discrimination in the world of work’, conducted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO).

She has received many awards and her work has been widely acclaimed by practitioners and scholars alike.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][/vc_accordion][vc_column_text]Dr. Jayantee Mukherjee Saha is Director and Principal Consultant of Aei4eiA Pty Ltd. Aei4eiA is a Sydney-based management/policy research and consultancy firm focusing on ‘People and Sustainability’ matters.

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Lynne Schinella is a strategic communications expert who works with forward thinking leaders to create productive workplaces that deliver results.

Her keynotes and workshops are interactive, relevant and practical.

She believes organisations must excel in three key areas to get results; process, engagement of team and innovation and her presentations show you not what to do, but how to get the results.

Her philosophy is grounded firmly in a belief that respect for our differences oils a results driven machine.

No stranger to these qualities she discovered their great power early on in life. Starting life in the tourism industry at Qantas, she worked in airlines and five star hotels where she was introduced to a range of cultures and religions rich in eclectic experience. She studied how the Tahitians, French and Chinese carved out an existence through respecting their differences when she lived in Tahiti for 3 years.

For ten years she ran Schinella Incentives, a performance improvement company which developed programmes to help improve team’s performance where she learned that the most successful teams were the most diverse, able to acknowledge their differences and build on trust
through their strengths.

She loves to help organisations add dollars straight to their bottom line through improved communication which translates to reduced staff turnover & hiring costs and increased employee engagement.

Today as a keynote speaker, consultant and facilitator she works with businesses to create cultures rich with diversity and clear respectful conversations. Her recent clients include Tourism Australia, the Bunnings Group, ADCO Constructions, the Project Management Institute of New Zealand, Sydney Water, Jetset Travel World, and the Volkswagen Group.

She is the author of “Bite Me! and other do’s and don’ts of dealing with our differences” but Lynne’s real talent lies in her informal practical style, her ability to connect across divers groups and her ability to make the complex simple.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][/vc_accordion][vc_column_text]Lynne Schinella is a strategic communications expert who works with forward thinking leaders to create productive workplaces that deliver results. She delivers keynotes and workshops that are interactive, relevant and practical.

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