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The Future Women Leadership Summit will be held in-person on 7 and 8 March, 2022 at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney and will also be live streamed as a virtual event.
The summit Australia’s premier International Women’s Day event and attracts world-class speakers and changemakers. SECURE YOUR TICKET.
Future Women was founded by journalist and editor Helen McCabe in 2018. Today we interact with tens of thousands of women and offer a range of activities to help women connect, learn and lead.
OUR PODCAST NETWORK
Next Generation Innovators
S05E08 Rowena Leslie
Rowena Leslie's great-grandfather was a gold prospector. Mining, she says, is in her blood. It makes sense, then, that she and her sister founded successful mining business, Kai Rho Contracting.
Enormous thanks to our partner AusIndustry's Entrepreneurs' Programme at https://business.gov.au for making season five of Next Generation Innovators happen.
S02E08 Linda Burney
Labor MP Linda Burney is a fascinating blend of realist and optimist. She's pragmatic but she dares to dream of a kinder, fairer Australia.
In the final episode of season two, Linda Burney chats to Leila about her past and her dreams for the future - for herself, and for the nation.
Enormous thanks to our partner Uber Eats.
Future Women Leadership Series
S01E24 Skipp Williamson
Skipp Williamson, the CEO of global consulting firm Partners in Performance, has some news for you. She’s not perfect and neither are you, no matter hard you try.
At the 2021 Future Women Leadership Summit, Skipp spoke about the time we are wasting trying to achieve the impossible - to be perfect.
Listen to this Summit highlight via the Future Women Leadership Series podcast now.
Anonymous Was A Woman
S05E04 GRACE JENNINGS-EDQUIST
Grace Jennings-Edquist is a journalist at the ABC, where she writes articles on issues including gender equality and wellbeing. 'The Yes Woman: How to reclaim your power by finally saying no' is her first book.
Join us for an episode all about learning to say no and reclaim your life.
“I am always wary of ‘taking up space’ at work and being in people’s way. I really needed the reminder to place value in myself more. Thank you.”
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We can work with you to develop the best program for your organisation. We use our extensive networks to find speakers, venues and hosts to help bring to life the membership. We also encourage organisations to consider cohort drinks as part of developing and retaining female talent.
Change Makers is a two-day course designed for mid-career men who have management experience or are becoming managers for the first time. Change Makers will assist in their understanding of how a gender-equal workplace can benefit them, the organisation in which they work and the teams they work in.
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