EVENTS

MARK YOUR DIARIES

Hear from notable women around the country on topics including leadership, business, finance, wellness and culture.

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MARK YOUR DIARIES

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING

WEEKDAYS AT 8AM AEST: Tune in every morning as senior content director Sally Spicer is joined by a journalist, advocate or policy expert to canvas the big questions in the lead up to the all-important democracy sausage. Live in the Member-Only Facebook GroupBECOME A MEMBER

TV CLUB: Anatomy of a Scandal

THURSDAY 12 MAY 1:30PM AEST: It's been described as everything from 'gripping' to 'unintentionally hilarious'. So why is the whole world watching this divisive series? Jamila Rizvi and Bojana Kos do their best to answer the question live in the Member-Only Facebook Group.

THE DOWNLOAD

TUESDAYS AT 12PM AEST: Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss what's making news, how it impacts women and the latest from Future Women. Live in the Member-Only Facebook Group. BECOME A MEMBER

FUTURE PROOF: Managing Up and Managing Expectations with Alice Monfries and Madison Howarth

WEDNESDAY 11 MAY AT 12PM AEST: Alice Monfries and Madison Howarth will talk you through how best to manage your supervisors expectations as well as the expectations of stakeholders, business units in your organisation and other team members. You will receive advice on how to structure workflows to set you up for success, as well as language in communicating expectations and managing unrecognised work. BECOME A MEMBER

HERVOTE ELECTION PANEL: Meet the candidates

WEDNESDAY 11 MAY AT 7:30PM AEST: If you, like some of us, have been tuning out and focusing on anything but politics - crunch time is here. How will you be voting on May 21? What issues matter to you? Do you know what policies the parties are offering? If the answer is no, then we’ve got you covered. Future Women will be joined by Liberal Senator Jane Hume, Labor Senator Jenny McAllister, Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young and Independent candidate Allegra Spender. BECOME A MEMBER

FUTURE PROOF: Work, life and boundaries with Dr Yumiko Kadota

WEDNESDAY 18 MAY AT 12:30PM AEST: Dr Yumiko Kadota is a medical doctor from Sydney. She resigned from public hospital work after experiencing burnout and now works in medical education and private health. Her book ‘Emotional Female’ recounts her experience with burnout as a junior doctor. Drawing on her personal story, Yumiko will teach you how to identify, implement and communicate your boundaries in both work and personal life and give you a series of scripts to help you navigate common conundrums and miscommunication. BECOME A MEMBER

FUTURE PROOF: Negotiating flexible work with Jessica Bilston-Gourley

WEDNESDAY 25 MAY AT 12PM AEST: Jessica Bilston-Gourley is a natural born connector, and in 2017 was named as one of the Top 5 HR Professionals on LinkedIn across Australia. In this session on negotiating flexible work, Jessica will provide practical strategies for negotiating in different scenarios -- whether you’re trying to find flexible work, or negotiating in an existing role. BECOME A MEMBER

THE LATEST FROM FW EVENTS

BREAKFAST BRIEFING: Future Women's Senior Content Director, Sally Spicer, is joined every morning at 8am by a journalist, advocate or policy expect in the lead-up to the 2022 federal election. Live in the Member-Only Facebook Group.

THE DOWNLOAD: Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss the latest news, what they're reading, watching and listening to and what's happening at Future Women. Live in the Member-Only Facebook Group.

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“In every office, worksite, courtroom and parliament, we must keep asking 'Where are the women?'

– JAMILA RIZVI, FUTURE WOMEN'S CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER

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"I was a guest of one of the panelists and this was the first event like this I have attended in my career. It has given me a lot to reflect on and aspire to. Thank you for providing the connections and empowering the women around you, it has made a difference to me in my career."

– KATE, AFTER ATTENDING OUR 2022 LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

FUTURE WOMEN LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2022

The annual FW Leadership Summit was held in person and online in 2022 with an inspiring line-up of thought leaders, changemakers and business experts from around Australia and the world.

IWD BREAKFAST PANEL 2022

In partnership with Witchery.

Four First Nations women discussed how we can break down biases and discrimination to create a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive world. Moderated by Future Women's Madison Howarth, a Wonnarua and Yuin woman.

On the panel was journalist and Western Arrernte woman Karla Grant, lecturer and Yorta Yorta woman Dr Summer May Finlay, and writer and Yuwaalaraay woman Nardi Simpson.

WORK. LOVE. BODY. VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH

In partnership with Hachette Australia.

It wasn't the book tour we planned, but with much of Australia in lockdown it was important to celebrate. Hundreds of FW members joined editors Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi, authors Emily J. Brooks, Santilla Chingaipe and Jane Gilmore, and special guest Lisa Millar for a very special virtual event.