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Being the only woman in the room is a uniquely difficult challenge. How do you advocate for yourself and challenge implicit and explicit biases while doing your job effectively?
Join Future Women’s Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Tarang Chawla, as he sits down with Dr Amal Abou-Hamden, Anna-Maria Arabia and Sarah Styles for practical advice on navigating male-dominated workplaces or industry as a woman.
We invite you to a special breakfast event, celebrating the power of girls and young women to drive momentous change in the world and the key moments over the last decade where girls have changed Australia – and the world.
Your breakfast hosts are Jamila Rizvi and Clare Bowditch, from the popular Melbourne event series Tea with Jam and Clare. They will be joined by an inspiring panel of guests to share the moments that shaped them as girls, what made them into the women they are today and the next generation of girls who inspire them now.
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Tue 11th Oct 7:30-9:00 am AEDT |
12 OCTOBER – Future Proof: Re-wiring your networks with Feyi Akindoyeni
Feyi Akindoyeni has over 20 years experience in strategic communications, working on some of the most challenging issues in Australia. Feyi is one of the most sought after communications consultants in the country. Participants in this session will learn how to open up the secret world of networks and receive strategies for navigating and expanding their own personal networks.
Alice Cheng is passionate about helping others grow and thrive in their careers. Her 20+ years experience in corporate finance has instilled in her a passion to help others build confidence, understand themselves, clarify their career goals and communicate their value.
This session will enlighten participants on what employers are looking for. Alice will share the most in demand skills to prepare you for your next role — especially in a hybrid work environment. She will also provide practical advice on how to articulate what you bring to an organisation and how to best articulate your value proposition.
Campaigner, speaker and writer Gina Martin is an advocate for creating change in communities for equal rights. Following on from her national campaign to make upskirting illegal in the UK, Gina published Be the Change — a practical toolkit for influencing change. Gina will take these lessons from advocacy, and show you how you can influence attitudes and outcomes in your personal life, the workplace and beyond. With practical tips and strategies for influencing across the spectrum of willingness to change, this webinar will help you nail this vital skill and achieve your career goals.
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LEADERSHIP SERIES WITH HELEN MCCABE
Leadership takes courage and resilience. We share insights from influential women on the challenges they face on the path to senior leadership.
Join journalist and presenter Leila McKinnon, as she chats to women who are living their lives, their way, and finds out what drives them.