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Why this event
Back for its 4th Year, the Women In Public Sector Leadership Summit comes at a time when women need to have their voices heard.
We’ve discussed gender equality for decades. If the start of 2021 has taught us anything, it’s that women in Australia are sick of talking and not being listened to. Hundreds of thousands of women want their voices head by the highest office in the land, but no one is listening.
It’s time for that to change.
What is clear is that women can and do listen to other women. We want true gender equality, we want to be treated with respect and we want to know how to command that respect in our workplace.
Many organisations claim they are more committed to gender equality than ever before, it’s not translating into action fast enough. We still see a severe lack of women in senior roles, the gender pay gap still exists, and discrimination still takes place in the workplace.
Back to its fourth year, the Women in Public Sector Leadership Summit cannot deliver real change, but it does offer the perspectives, advice and knowledge from women that have made it to the top.
Join me at this event that is part inspiration, part education. The focus is to empower you to believe in yourself, put your hand up for opportunities and take your seat at the leadership table. You will learn what it took for our most senior women to flourish, how they stumbled, and most importantly, what they learned along the way so you can put that in your leadership kitbag and thrive.
The summit features inspiring keynotes, career-focused case studies, cutting panel discussions and interactive workshops from impressive women (and men) from Australia’s Public Sector and beyond.
It’s time for change. Time to seize the opportunities that are presented to you, make your own opportunities when they don’t appear, develop your leadership toolkit, harness your inner resilience, create safer workplaces and generate more meaningful change for future leaders.
In this forum, everyone is listening
What You’ll Learn at the Women in Public Sector Leadership Summit 2021:
Develop an executive management toolkit and roadmap
Understand your values to drive your purpose authentically
Drive greater gender equality and respectful behaviours in the public sector
Raise your leadership and resilience bar in times of crisis
Seize opportunities and create your own to grow your career
Harness the resilience and strength to achieve desired outcomes
Event in production | Exclusive 2021 Keynote Speakers included:
Pre-Conference Workshops - 31st August 2021
Post-Conference Workshops - 1st September 2021
Day One, 2nd September 2021
Day Two, 3rd September 2021
Benefits of Attending
- Develop an executive management toolkit and roadmap
- Understand your values to drive your purpose authentically
- Drive greater gender equality and respectful behaviours in the public sector
- Raise your leadership and resilience bar in times of crisis
- Seize opportunities and create your own to grow your career
- Harness the resilience and strength to achieve desired outcomes
Who Should Attend
- C-suite including CEO
- EGM, GM, MD of all functional areas
- Middle Managers
- Directorship and Board
- Head of Strategy, Marketing, HR and Operations
- Aspiring female leaders off all levels of government and the public service
Highlights from the 2019 Women in Public Sector Leadership Summit
Speaker Line-up for 2021:
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Testimonial From Our 2019 Women In Public Sector Leadership Summit
“Very interesting with a diverse selection of speakers”
“Fantastic day. So many good insights and I am taking away so much from this. I feel confident walking back to my workspace.”
“Overall a great experience and phenomenal presenters. It is refreshing to attend a conference with so many varying presenters!”
“I have already emailed my boss to say that this is the best conference I have been to. The range of speakers and experience is fantastic. I have pages of note and have written down reminders of where my focus needs to be. Thank you.”
“It was great. A fantastic line up of strong confident successful women that were all engaging.”
“Excellent day. Fantastic insights, each speech was valuable to listen to.”
“Very insightful with very different perspectives. A lot to take away.”