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Strengthening Women Academics

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Swinburne University

453 Burwood Rd

AMDC206

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Strengthening Women Academics

Who is this for? Those in the process of establishing academic careers

What does it involve? 3 day sessions that touch a range of topics from working to your strengths and building strong, resilient teams and collaboration. The workshops will be facilitated by Change Management Consultant and Psychologist, Julie Warnock.

When and where? 3 days, 4th, 5th and 6th December in AMDC206

PLEASE NOTE: Booking a ticket does not secure your place. As well as registering on Eventbrite you MUST send a short piece specificying your position, whether you are a permanent or non-permanent staff member and why you think you are a suitable candidate to participate in this leadership workshop.
Please send your piece to SWAN_Development@swin.edu.au by the 6th of October.


Workshop Details:

Day 1: Working with your strengths
Understanding and managing the complexities of academic roles, and the realities, demands, priorities & tensions for academic women; Identifying the keys to fulfillment and success, and how these align with female strengths; Shaping the role to your personal vocational strengths and passion; Optimising your time and energy

Day 2: Being emotionally strong and resilient
Building strategies for practical resilience; techniques for working in constant change and with high workloads; Developing advanced emotional intelligence skills; Building effective assertion strategies, with integrity, and getting heard.

Day 3: Building strong, resilient teams and collaborations
Leading and influencing in group situations; Diagnosing and rectifying ineffective, underperforming groups and applying to real-world situations; including open plan work areas; Staying strong as a woman in academia


The program approach is a combination of frameworks, discussion, and practical application of techniques. There are opportunities to participate according to women's personal preference for learning. The sessions are interactive, and involve small group work, large group discussion and personal reflection. The facilitation style is one involving enthusiasm, humour and energy, respectful of confidentiality and reflects the facilitator's psychological expertise and experience.

Please note: The is a private Swinburne staff event and tickets are not for sale to the general public

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