[ASA] Australian Women's Leadership Symposiums
john.obyrne at sydney.edu.au
Sat Apr 7 22:21:53 AEST 2018
The following may be of interest to a few members. It's not cheap, but booking early and with the extra discount code the price comes to just over $1100!
Australian Women’s Leadership Symposiums
The Australian Women's Leadership Symposiums are a national series of events focused on the experiences of women leaders in the contemporary workforce.
Taking place in every state and territory capital between May and August, the Symposiums are an unparalleled gathering of the best and brightest female talent. Keynote speakers for 2018 include Gail Kelly, Professor Gillian Triggs, Nova Peris OAM OLY, Jessica Rowe AM, Ita Buttrose AO OBE, Katrina Webb OAM, The Right Hon Dame Jenny Shipley and many, many more.
The principal themes that will be tackled at this year’s events include:
- Resilience within the workplace
- Enabling women to lead
- The power of networking
- Being bold, being brave, being new
- Leading through change
- Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable.
An attendance discount of 25% is currently available by entering code ANSY18 at the time of booking (available until each Symposium sells out). For more information and to book: www.wla.edu.au/symposium<http://www.wla.edu.au/symposium>
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR JOHN O’BYRNE
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Sydney Institute for Astronomy
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