Women In Leadership Summit 2021 New Zealand

Women In Leadership Summit 2021 New Zealand

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Re-ignite!

Back for its 4th year, the Women in Leadership Summit 2021 comes at a unique time in history! 

What are the opportunities for women in leadership in a post-COVID – 19 Environment?

This year’s theme is Re-Ignite. We’ve had so much to worry about in the last twelve months. Now is the time to reignite the passion for diversity and equality in the workplace, re-ignite our desires to move up and be seen, re-ignite the fire for pay equality, and shared parental responsibility. Let’s create our own opportunities while helping and inspiring those around us.
Let’s face it. More companies than ever before say they are more committed to gender equality. But we’re experiencing the most disruptive time in modern history. What will this mean in the fight for equality? We still have a striking lack of women in senior roles, especially the C-Suite. We still see a huge gender pay gap and we still experience discrimination in both wages and the workplace.

How can women cut through these infuriating statistics and break into the C-suite? How can senior women create more opportunities for the next generation? How can organizations become real agents of change? How do we implement this in the post-COVID – 19 world?

WILS 2021 is an educationally-focused event that helps you along your leadership path. Featuring inspiring keynotes, career-focused case studies, cutting panel discussions and interactive workshops, your leadership journey starts and continues with us.

We’ll inspire you to become an authentic leader, equip you with the skills and strategies to add maximum value to your organization, and show you how to cultivate meaningful change for future generations.

WILS 2021. Let’s do this.

Our Incredible 2021 Key Speakers:

Commodore Melissa Ross
Deputy Chief of the Navy
New Zealand Navy
Brianne West
CEO/Founder
Ethique
Andrew Poole
Managing Partner
MinterEllisonRuddWatts
Nicole Sparshott
Global CEO T2 Tea & Global Vice President of Unilever
T2 Tea & Unilever

Agenda

CONFERENCE AGENDA: DAY ONE – 2 November 2021

CONFERENCE AGENDA: DAY TWO - 3 November 2021

Post-Conference Workshop - 4 November 2021

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • Understand the working landscape for women post COVID - 19
  • Take advantage of opportunities presented in a post COVID – 19 Environment
  • Improve your toolkit to get to the top of your profession
  • Understand your values to drive your purpose
  • Navigate opportunities and balance priorities throughout your career
  • Break stereotypes to progress in male dominated spaces
  • Get the best out of your people through coaching and mentorship
  • Cope with the constant pressure of running your company or department

Who Should Attend:

  • CEOs
  • General Managers
  • Middle Managers
  • Heads of Department
  • Future Leaders
  • Diversity Managers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Managing directors
  • Executives

WILS 2019 Recap

WILS 2021 SPEAKERS

Brianne West
CEO/Founder
Ethique
Donna Cooper
CEO
TSB
Nicole Sparshott
Global CEO T2 Tea & Global Vice President of Unilever
T2 Tea & Unilever
Mike Bush
Commissioner
NZ Police and Strategic Operational Lead - Covid-19, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
Andrew Poole
Managing Partner
MinterEllisonRuddWatts
Jennie Wyllie
Chief Executive Officer
Netball New Zealand
Leanne Harwood
Managing Director
IHG Group
Cheyne Chalmers
Chief Operating Officer
Ryman Healthcare
Kanoa Lloyd
Journalist and Presenter
The Project
Brooke Roberts
Co-CEO
Sharesies
Sonya Willams
Co-CEO and Co-Founder
Sharesies
Komal Mistry
Global Director Lifestyle Nutrition
Fonterra
Tania Benyon
Chief Product Officer
The Warehouse Group
Cate Slater
Director of Content
TVNZ
Commodore Melissa Ross
Deputy Chief of the Navy
New Zealand Navy
Catherine Harris
CEO
TWBA\Auckland