Field Manager Bootcamp (Foundation) | October 2022
9:00 am to 11:00 am AEDT (Australian time)
5 sessions: October 11, 13, 18, 20 & 25
The Forum program consists of case studies, research updates and round table discussions built around six themes (see below). As with all FRI events, you will enjoy a professionally facilitated day that is highly interactive, focused and practical. We will also capture the best practice tips that are shared, so participants have actionable insights to take back to their teams. We are starting the program at 10:00am, so interstate attendees can fly in and out on the same day, if they wish.
Senior franchisor executives responsible for leading divisions or teams within a franchisor including CEOs, General Managers, Divisional or Departmental Heads, and State or Regional Managers. (Please note that the event is restricted to senior franchisor executives, priority placement will be given to FRI Alumni Members, and numbers will be limited to maintain quality interaction. We reserve our right to restrict or limit registrations, in which case a full refund will be provided).
Participate in discussions with these leaders from a diverse range of high-performing franchise networks (different industries, sizes and ownership types) as they share case studies on how they operate in specific areas.
SPECSAVERS: Bridget Blake, Director of Partner Engagement, on how they collaborate with partner advisory groups on strategic issues.
PEDDERS: David Fahey, Head of Franchising and Brand Standards, on how they use succession planning strategies to help franchisees work on their business.
DOMINO’S PIZZA: David Burness, CEO for Australia and New Zealand, on how they use culture and career development strategies to create future leaders.
RAMS: Jake Bromwich, CEO & Managing Director, on how they have faced into technology and industry challenges to drive growth and franchisee engagement.
PRICELINE: Cathi Scarce, General Manager Customer Operations, on how they have closed the feedback loop to build trust and reduce the stress of their franchise partners.
SCHNITZ: Brenton Howie, CEO, on how COVID has changed their business and how they are adapting to stay fresh and relevant.
HOME INSTEAD: Georgia Downes, Chief Operating Officer, on how they attract, retain and reward franchise owners and their teams.
Hear cutting-edge, data-driven insights from these leading franchise researchers:
Dr Heath Kirby-Miller from Melbourne University and Dr Jan Timms, author of The Ultimate Franchising Success Formula, will share research insights into the science of knowledge sharing and how to use it to enhance the capability of franchisees in your network.
Darryn McAuliffe, CEO, FRANdata Australia, will share data on economic and social trends impacting on the viability of the franchising sector.
Greg Nathan, Founder, Franchise Relationships Institute, will share data-driven insights on how franchisors can strengthen franchisee advocacy, commitment and engagement.
Mark James, Co-Founder, Customology, will share fresh research insights on best practice strategies to retain customers and protect margins.
Cost: $495 per person. ($345 for FRI Alumni Members).
|The Franchise Council of Australia has accredited the National Franchisor Executive Forum as part of their Certified Franchise Executive Program [CFE] with 150 education credits for CFE registrants who attend.|
FRI events have been developed for current members of franchisor teams and we reserve our right to limit places to these people. We do provide the opportunity for suppliers of the franchising sector to participate through program partnerships. If this is of interest, please get in touch.