In Conversation With Caitlin Scantlebury, Head of Risk Culture and Assurance at LGIA Super


Today’s guest is Caitlin Scantlebury, Head of Risk Culture and Assurance at LGIA Super.

Caitlin’s career path is anything but usual.

We speak about how she has worked directly under executives from the start of her career and what that has taught her about leadership.

We talk about how she always wanted to be a teacher before ultimately deciding to not go down that path.

Caitlin explains to us:

– How working in risk can tend to bleed into her everyday life.
– How she responded to being made redundant relatively early in her career.
And
– How she was a perfectionist in her previous life and how that has evolved over time.

This episode is Co-Hosted by BRISCA Managing Director Sumith Dissanayake, and Jack Ferguson.

3:35 How has it happened that you have always worked under executives?

22:00 Why did you decide to do law instead of teaching?

28:05 Can you speak to us about what it was like to be made redundant?

45:00 Why do you say that you have had an unconventional career path?

57:25 What does the future look like for you?

 

Where to find LGIA Super:

Website (https://www.lgiasuper.com.au/)

Where to find Caitlin Scantlebury:

Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlin-s-13018281/)

 

Sponsored By:

BRISCA (https://brisca.com.au)

 

Co-Hosted By Sumith Dissanayake (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sumith-dissanayake)

Co-Hosted By Jack Ferguson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackfergusonmymm/)

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