$4,665.05 – $5,955.35

2019 Women's Leadership Program

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Off-site residential: Venue to be confirmed (approximately 45-60 minutes from Melbourne CBD)

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We know organisations that attract and develop women leaders draw on a deeper and more diverse pool of executive talent. More than ever before in this complex and rapidly changing environment, women leaders need to be developed and empowered to achieve their potential.

During a three-day residential intensive, inspirational female leaders as guest contributors will share their leadership experiences, their personal and professional stories and empower participants to reach their full leadership potential.

Using the three components of self-awareness,
empowerment and activation, the program will focus on aiding participants to recognise their strengths, build an ongoing support network of peers from a range of industries and sectors, and develop the skills and confidence to achieve their leadership potential through a gender lens

Join this intimate group of women leaders for three days of powerful self-reflection, leadership development and peer networking.


Who should attend?

C-Suite Executives, Board Directors, Senior Managers and emerging leaders with identified high potential will find this program ideal for developing experienced managers who are showing characteristics of the next generation of leaders, or who are in roles that require them to go beyond traditional management competencies to achieve organisational objectives.

Program Inclusions

  • 3-day residential
  • Psychometric profiling – VIA Character Strengths
  • Pre-reading and program materials
  • LV Journal
  • Graduation certificate and presentation at program conclusion


Program Dates

Intensive 3-day residential program.

Wednesday 19, Thursday 20,Friday 21 June 2019

Evening 06 Aug 2019


Past Speakers and Sessions have included:

Carmel Arthur, previously held positions on the The Adult Parole Board of Victoria and the Sentencing Advisory Council. Carmel will speak on learning from loss, resilience, survival and moving forward.

Eva Brookes, Asia Pacific Director of Recruiting, EY.

Karen Curnow, Author of The Flipside of Misfortune – a book she wrote after surviving the Victorian Black Saturday bushfires.

Kim Krejus, Founder of 16th Street Actors Studio and AFI Best Actress nominee.

Jill Hennessey, Minister for Health, Victorian State Government.

Bronwyn Pike, Former Education and Health Minister in the Victorian State Government.

Clever Fool Creative, A team of professional actors taking you through improvisation activites, including active listening, confidence building, risk taking, creative thinking, flexibility, innovation, communication, teamwork and leadership.


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