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Leading with Conscious Capitalism: ethical and purpose driven practices

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11 Roslyn Street (Cnr Roslyn + Kellett Way)

Potts Point, NSW 2011

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Are you leading your organisation with Conscious Capitalism, and the ethics of diversity and inclusion? Accomplished thought leaders Q&A.

About this Event

Brilliant Women Global presents thought leaders with global experience in leading businesses with ethics and purpose, guided by the tenets of Conscious Capitalism.

Have you heard about it?

It’s a growing worldwide movement that urges people and organisations to look beyond the profit motive and work towards a better society.

So how will it change the way you do business?

And how can you do your bit to change the world?

We have four inspiring leaders in their field joining us at the next Brilliant Woman Global event in Sydney. They’re each guiding their organisations towards more ethical practices whether it’s in business, government, not-for-profits and in the sports sector.

What you’ll learn

* Hear how enterprises might drive ethical and purpose-driven business practices

* Join in the Q&A session and find out how you might be an agent for change

Our speakers

Annabelle Williams OAM Australian Paralympic Committee Vice President and Chair of the Athletes' Commission.

Annie is Disciplinary Tribunal member of the IAAF and Vice-President of the Australian Swimmers’ Association.

Annie was a member of the Australian Paralympic Swim Team for eight years, broke numerous world records between 2007 and 2012 and captained the Australian Paralympic Swim Team to the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Following Beijing 2008 where she won a bronze medal in the 100m butterfly, Annie worked in Paris for the Australian Trade Commission.

Annie creates awareness about people with disabilities and the many attributes they offer. She is in high demand to speak about diversity and inclusion in corporate Australia.

After winning Gold in the London 2012 Paralympic Games, she appeared in Mad Max!

Charles Allen, Director of the Institute for Economics and Peace

Charles partners with organisations globally to activate Positive Peace at strategy, emerging leader and community levels. He’s worked with partners in Zimbabwe, Uganda, Kenya, Cambodia, India, Thailand and Australia.

Dr Dimity Podger, Director of Barasa Consulting Group

Dimity works with clients from business, government, and civil society, in Australia and Internationally to articulate their purpose, core values, bring about greater organisational alignment, and contribute to a just society and a sustainable planet.

Tiffany Cherry, of Richmond Football Club, our moderator.

And joining us to moderate a Q&A session with these three amazing leaders is Tiffany Cherry. Tiffany manages Richmond's large multimedia projects, including their partnership with VicHealth and the organisations ThisGirlCanVIC program.

Our speakers will present their stories concerning Conscious Capitalism and ethical best practices in business, government, the not for profit and sports sectors.

Our event includes gourmet canapes and beverages.

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Honkas Bar + Eats

11 Roslyn Street (Cnr Roslyn + Kellett Way)

Potts Point, NSW 2011

Australia

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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