Don't miss the Women in Leadership roadshows

By Jonathan Nally
Monday, 16 April, 2018

Don't miss the Women in Leadership roadshows

The Public Sector Network’s (PSN) Annual Women in Leadership Roadshow is back for its third year to inspire, connect and inform government employees.

The roadshow will visit Brisbane (18 May), Sydney (22 May), Melbourne (24 May), Hobart (25 May), Perth (30 May), Darwin (31 May), Adelaide (6 June) and Canberra (14 June).

SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER: Register today for PSN’s 3rd Annual Women in Leadership Roadshow for just $95! This event is open to government employees ONLY.

The event will deliver practical sessions and transferable knowledge to transform your department or agency, showing you how to make a real, and lasting, difference in creating true workplace gender equality.

Those attending will include C-Suite executives, mid-level and frontline managers, directors and managers of human capital, and workplace diversity and inclusivity managers.

The event is a golden opportunity to:

  • hear exclusive one-on-one discussions with some of Australia’s leading political women;
  • gain insight into setting appropriate targets and reporting structures;
  • learn how to develop strategies to develop pipelines of future leaders;
  • examine how the public sector is prioritising gender equality across all three tiers of government; and
  • discuss how to design successful parental leave and return to work programs.

Also available are two separately bookable workshops, held on the same days:

  • Workshop A: You can’t lead if you can’t talk — How to overcome fear and develop the confidence to be an effective leader.
  • Workshop B: Developing your career roadmap — Using best practice strategies to develop long-term career relevance in the public sector.

The full agenda for the roadshow and workshops is available on the PSN website, where you can also register.

And don’t miss these other upcoming PSN events:

Local Government Transformation Series 2018

Public Sector Contact Centre Roadshow 2018

Australian Security Summit 2018

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