Lendlease was founded in 1958 by Dutch immigrant and innovator Dick Dusseldorp, whose vision was to create a company that could successfully combine the disciplines of financing, development and investment. Lendlease is committed to embracing employee differences, including age, gender, ethnicity, physical appearance, physical or mental disabilities, –
Career & Talent Development at Lendlease
Lendlease talent programmes aim to accelerate our people’s careers and give them the job learning opportunities to help them achieve the best they can in their future career. We offer two programmes to nurture career and talent progressions. These are Aspire and Inspire. Aspire is a 12-month accelerated talent development programmes aimed at future leaders. We carefully select 60 of our highest achievers across all regions, against a specific criteria, to participate in the programme to become one of our future leaders. Inspire is a 12-month development programme, which prepares participants for senior executive roles. This is achieved through a combination of leadership development, experience, networking and exposure to other organisations and the most senior Lendlease leaders.
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Health & Wellbeing at Lendlease
Lendlease is a place that cares about each and every person, and makes sure that the workplace is safe and productive – your health and wellbeing is our priority. We are committed to the safety of our people, which includes both their physical safety as well as people’s health and wellbeing. This is why we operate a consistent standard through our Global Minimum Requirements (GRMs). Lendlease improves the quality of our peoples’ lives by developing a working environment where people can thrive and be productive because they are being supported by a place that cares. We also believe that good health is about being happy. Therefore, we give our people the flexibility to spend time outside of work doing the things they love with families and friends. We are also always looking to ‘raise the bar’ as a safety leader. This means we need an approach to managing health and safety which is as holistic, robust and resilient as it can be. Governance – Governance outlines the requirements and responsibilities of our company to govern EH&S, report, and manage performance across all regions and business units. Investment – The first GMR ensures that risks are identified and managed at all phases of operation – starting at the investment stage. Design & Planning – The Design & Planning stage provides the opportunity to eliminate and minimise risks for construction, manufacturing, fabrication, installation, end use, operation, management, maintenance and the demolition phases. Establishment – All operations must document an EH&S management plan to develop and implement for the life cycle of any operation. Delivery – 20 risk events have been identified for day-to-day activities. Preventative controls are put in place during the delivery phase, reducing potential for fatal risk outcomes.