Personal success stories from thriving women leaders and male champions Perth | 5 – 7 December 2016 Business empowerment, leadership and career advancement for women leaders, managers and next-generation leaders KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE Hon. Cheryl Edwardes AM, Commissioner, West Australian Football Commission Gail McGowan, Director General, Department of Planning, Western Australian Government Attended by over 1000 delegates across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and London! Understand why private and public sector companies alike turn to the Women in Leadership Summit series for networking, inspiration and first hand insights from some of Australia’s most successful leaders. Professor Lyn Beazley AO, Former WA Chief Scientist; WA Australian of the Year 2015 Joanne Abbiss, Chief Executive Officer, City of Kwinana; 2015 Telstra Western Australian Government and Academia Award Accumulating a high track record of success and positive feedback, the 4th annual Women in Leadership Summit Australia is an exclusive 2-day forum specially designed for experienced women leaders and aspiring “next-generation” leaders looking to advance their career or grow their business by proactively pursuing their own professional and personal development. • Directors, C-suite executives and decision makers will reveal: Richard Goyder AO, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Wesfarmers Limited Guy Chalkley, Chief Executive Officer, Western Power Michael Anghie, Managing Partner, Strategic Growth Oceania and Western Region; Asia Pacific Growth Markets Leader, EY Lloyd Jenkins, Senior Managing Director - Western Australia, CBRE Asia Pacific • Inspirational personal journeys to becoming influential leaders in their industries • Key strategies in driving change on an organisational level • Strategies to overcome common workplace challenges • Practical advice for women leaders to advance their career This is a powerful networking opportunity for you to reflect, be empowered, and drive real change. Stephen Dumble, Regional Vice President Asia Pacific, Newmont Mining Corporation Naveen Unni, Partner, McKinsey & Company Rachel Rees, Chief Financial Officer & Company Secretary, Empire Oil & Gas NL Stephanie Unwin, General Manager Commercial, Chief Transformation Officer, Synergy Exclusive! All new for 2016: Building your company’s credentials and brand as an active supporter of gender equality and integrating diversity as part of your organisation’s DNA Disrupting the disruptors - The role of women in shaping the digital disruption landscape Julie Fallon, Senior Vice President – Engineering, Woodside Energy Alysia Tringrove, Vice President Operations – Worsley Mine and Materials, South 32 Kim Travers APM, Superintendent – Judicial Services, WA Police Kylie Towie, A/Chief Executive and Chief Information Officer, Health Support Services, WA Health Hear the divergence of views in female and male executives as they both discuss initiatives to level the playing field Achieving gender equality in Australian public sector leadership and removing barriers to progression of women leaders Rotating roundtables for in-depth discussions, shared learning and increased networking Assine George, Chief Information Officer, University of Western Australia Jenni Hill, Partner, Clifford Chance LLP Linda Dawson, General Manager Communities Iron Ore, Rio Tinto Jan Cooper, AFL Manager: Female Football Development, Australian Football League; 2015 Football Woman of the Year Media Partners: ... and many more! REGISTER NOW! T: 02 9368 3915 www.perth.womenleadersummit.com
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Featuring over 30 female and male leaders in our speaking program The 4th annual Women in Leadership Summit Australia is a 2-day forum specially designed for experienced women leaders, managers and aspiring “next-generation” leaders who want to advance their career and learn from successful women leaders. This event will gather key stakeholders serving in various leadership roles in an intimate setting to discuss the challenges and opportunities for women in Australia’s workplace today. Attended by over 1000 delegates across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and London! Understand why private and public sector companies alike turn to the Women in Leadership Summit series for networking, inspiration and first hand insights from some of Australia’s most successful leaders. Presented by a high-level calibre of speakers and leading business women and men, attending this event will leave you: • Motivated: by inspiring personal journeys and new insights learnt directly from other women leaders • Stimulated: by success factors and skills of these highly effective executive leaders • Connected: with people who will exemplify how to succeed in complex environments • Empowered: to be an authentic and effective leader to make a difference to your workplace & community Whether you are a board director, CEO, senior or middle manager, entrepreneur or young emerging leader, the 4th annual Women in Leadership Summit Australia is a valuable source of information, insights, and networking opportunities for you. Programme-at-a-Glance DAY ONE Opening Keynote: CEOs for gender equity Keynote Address: Road to the top – Becoming a woman in leadership Male Champions of Change – Engaging men as inclusive leaders and champions of gender diversity Panel: Bridging the gap between men and women in senior management Working with authority, power and politics Disrupting the disruptors – Women excelling in disruption Industry Panel: Rebalancing the gender divide in male-dominated sectors Enhancing the nation’s capacity by supporting women in STEM fields Panel: Women who have travelled “the road less travelled” Who Should Attend DAY TWO Managers and executives Directors Diversity and inclusion managers Opening Keynote: Empowering women for the future Ministerial Address: Charting the trajectory to leadership Women’s leadership program managers Established women leaders Women leaders managing change with audacity, confidence and adaptability Branding your organisation as an active advocate of gender diversity Aspiring “nextgeneration” women leaders Male leaders looking to implement change Leading and aspiring women entrepreneurs Key Learning Objectives 1. Understand the women leadership landscape in Australia and identify prominent challenges in the 21st century workforce 2. Be exposed to personal success stories from some of Australia’s most highly accomplished women leaders 3. Recognise the importance of having gender diversity in top-tier leadership and what it means to be a change leader 4. Embrace the changing face of women leadership – what 21st century women leadership looks like 5. Understand the divergence of views between female and male executives and levelling the playing field 6. Cultivating male leaders as role models for gender inclusive leadership 7. Achieving gender equality in Australian public sector leadership and removing barriers to progression of women leaders 8. Build leadership resilience through personal branding, global opportunities and more 9. Gain practical advice on attaining the right work-life integration All-Male Panel: Experiences from leading organisations Accelerating the conversation – Fostering female talent to become women leaders of the future Government panel: Creating a pipeline of well-qualified and highcalibre women in the public sector Roundtable Session 1: Striving for the right work-life integration to achieve career goals Roundtable Session 2: Linking women, mentoring and sponsorship to career progression Roundtable Session 3: The Road to Success: Adopting a targeted approach in developing your career road map Hear what our past delegates have to say: “Just do it! No matter how much you think you know about women leadership there is always something more can learn. Spending a couple of days out of the work environment gives the time to assess what you know, what you can improve and energise you to be courageous to advocate for women in your own work area.” - Telstra “The panels were the best part. Really interesting, captivating and honest. Very impressed with how all role models were authentic, vulnerable and inspiring (both women & men). Also loved the personal stories – ‘It is not a knitting club’ ” - ANZ REGISTER NOW! T: 02 9368 3915 www.perth.womenleadersummit.com
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Wednesday, 7 December 2016 Post-Conference Workshop POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: Expert Facilitator: Next Generation Leadership Excellence – Advancing Capabilities and Key Skills for Leadership Success Female leaders must sharpen and expand their capabilities and skills in order to deal with the various challenges and demands of senior management and leadership. It is imperative for women seeking to break through to the next level in their careers to rapidly refine their leadership and people management styles in order to succeed. This workshop aims to fast-track the advancement of essential skills for next generation female leaders achieve leadership and career excellence. Delegates will gain practical insights for overcoming common challenges and obstacles, as well as consider effective strategies for communication, stress management, influence and managing team performance. Delegates will have the opportunity to network with other female leaders and take away the tools required to enhance effectiveness and impact as a key decision maker. This workshop is ideal for any female leader aspiring to lead teams and departments. Session 1 Unleashing your full potential • Understanding the fundamentals of your purpose and brand • Know what is holding you back from achieving your best Kasia Orlowska-Meinen Leadership Trainer and Executive Coach Life Design Programs A graduate of Coaches Training Institute in London, Kasia holds a Neuro-Semantics and NLP Practitioner Certificate, a Bachelor of Education and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) and is an accredited coach of 360 Leadership Profiles. Kasia is a great believer in the power of self-understanding as the foundation for leadership and higher communication skills development. Self-understanding allows for real conversations to take place and for the right decisions to be undertaken. All other leadership skills can be achieved once the self-understanding foundation is in place. Kasia delivered a variety of programs incorporating emotional intelligence, leadership and communication skills to teams at organisations and in public sessions in Australia and internationally and have largely focused on training and coaching education industry professionals. • Does hard work always equal success? Session 2 Overcoming barriers with authentic leadership • Claiming your strengths • Addressing your fears and limiting beliefs • Leading with heart Session 3 Building emotional intelligence • Being in tune with yourself and your emotions to be a highly effective leader • Effective communication strategies • How to keep calm, cool and convey confidence even under pressure Session 4 Creating leaders for tomorrow Why Sponsor the 4th annual Women in Leadership Summit Australia? • A track record of success: Over 1000 delegates attended our Women in Leadership Summit series in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and London • It is attended by high profile decision makers and influential leaders • It is an event where you are recognised for your support of women leaders • It is supported by an extensive marketing campaign to a national database, public relations activities and media partnerships • It is easy to participate in: From a pre-packaged allinclusive stand to bespoke solutions, we provide everything needed from one professional and friendly point of contact • Tips to engage and empower your team • It is an initiative which has a national impact across Australia • Identifying and developing talent and leadership qualities in others • It is an opportunity to support and engage with a rising generation of young leaders • Making a lasting, positive impact through your leadership Sponsoring this summit is a fantastic way of raising your company’s profile and creating greater awareness of your brand. We can tailor specific sponsorship and exhibition packages to help you meet and influence the people who are going to ensure the growth of your business now and in the future. With a clear understanding of your overall marketing strategy, we will work in partnership with you to develop a bespoke marketing solution to meet your objectives. We will ensure that you enjoy all the benefits of association with the right event, targeted at the right delegates, with a promotional package that underpins your marketing strategy. Contact us at 02 9368 3915 or info@aventedge.com for more information. REGISTER NOW! T: 02 9368 3915 www.perth.womenleadersummit.com
Wednesday, 7 December 2016 Post-Conference Workshop POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP   Expert Facilitator   Next Generation Leader...
Monday, 5 December 2016 Programme – Day One 8:30 9:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee 1:30 Chairperson’s Opening Address • Unveiling  the future for women in innovation and recognising the impact of women on the nation’s research and innovation agenda Tania Cecconi, Executive Director, CEOs for Gender Equity ADVANCING WOMEN LEADERS IN AUSTRALIA 9:10  innovation into the fabric of the organisation – why women are • Embedding at the centre of it Opening Keynote: CEOs for gender equity Assine George, Chief Information Officer, University of Western Australia • Gender equity in WA – the why? • Key insights – what’s happening in WA? • What are our CEOs doing to turn the dial in their enterprises? Christina Matthews, Chief Executive Officer, Western Australian Cricket Association 9:40 Keynote Address: Road to the top – Becoming a woman in leadership WOMEN LEADERS ADVANCING INDUSTRIES Industry Panel: Rebalancing the gender divide in male-dominated sectors • Why do so few women have real power in heavy industries? How can women challenge the status quo? • Paving your own leadership pathway • Creating opportunities – and not just waiting for them • Practical strategies to move past traditional assumptions and biases • Practical advice for aspiring women leaders Gail McGowan, Director General, Department of Planning, Western Australian Government 10.10 • Overcoming institutional gender barriers and growing the profile of women within the industry • Building the pipeline of female leaders in male-dominated sectors Morning Tea Julie Fallon, Senior Vice President – Engineering, Woodside Energy GENDER DIVERSITY, CORPORATE IMAGE AND ORGANISATIONAL SUCCESS Stephanie Unwin, General Manager Commercial, Chief Transformation Officer, Synergy Male Champions of Change – Engaging men as inclusive leaders and champions of gender diversity Alysia Tringrove, Vice President Operations – Worsley Mine and Materials, South 32 • The business case for diversity and what this means in practice Veena Mendez, Founder & Chair, Women in Oil and Gas • Cultivating male leaders as role models for gender inclusive leadership • Championing  and defending gender initiatives - key qualities of an inclusive leader • Leading and engaging men to transform workplace culture Richard Goyder AO, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Wesfarmers Limited 11:10 Disrupting the disruptors – Women excelling in disruption •A  nuanced approach to disruption – Understanding the role of women in shaping the digital disruption landscape Kylie van der Sar, Senior Commercial Manager, Shell Australia Pty Ltd Afternoon Tea Enhancing the nation’s capacity by supporting women in STEM fields • Addressing  the underrepresentation of women in STEM – what can organisations do? Panel: Bridging the gap between men and women in senior management  challenges in attracting and retaining women in STEM – best • Overcoming practices from successful organisations • The age-old debate - Understanding the divergence of views between female and male executives • Analysing how women and men internalise the glass ceiling and lessons to be learnt from these differences  initiatives in enhancing participation, retention and success of women • Key in STEM industries • Levelling the playing field – critical barriers that hinder the progression of high-potential women toward the upper echelons of business • Building an understanding of gender science to support cultural change • Practical steps in boosting the representation of women in senior management Naveen Unni, Partner, McKinsey & Company Michael Anghie, Managing Partner, Strategic Growth Oceania and Western Region; Asia Pacific Growth Markets Leader, EY Fiona Kalaf, Chief Executive Officer, Youth Focus WA; 2015 Finalist Telstra WA Business Women’s Awards Fiona Morgan, Chief Executive Officer, Mintrex Rachel Rees, Chief Financial Officer & Company Secretary, Empire Oil & Gas NL Professor Lyn Beazley AO, Former WA Chief Scientist; WA Australian of the Year 2015 4:00 Panel: Women who have travelled “the road less travelled” • Choosing  your own adventure: Key insights from taking the less traditional path • Examining  challenges in the journey to the top and necessary leadership skills to have • What individuals can do to own their success • Reshaping the face of businesses Dr Clare Allen, Chief Executive Officer, VisAbility LTD 12:00 Networking Lunch Kim Tran, Founder, La Belle Peau; Co-Founder, Slate Cafe; Telstra Australian Young Business Woman of the Year 2015; 40 under 40 Award Winner REDEFINING WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE Vanya Cullen, Owner and Managing Director, Cullen Wines 1:00 Working with authority, power and politics • Taking  care vs taking charge – Recognising roadblocks that detour and understanding how women can move past traditional roles Annette Perrin, Director, Creational Consulting Pty Ltd; Executive Manager Strategy, Activ Foundation; 2015 Telstra Business Woman of the Year Finalist • Positioning  yourself within the power domain – owning your power, influence and authority Jan Cooper, AFL Manager: Female Football Development, Australian Football League; 2015 Football Woman of the Year • Internalizing  a leadership identity and developing a sense of purpose as a female leader • Getting  ahead in male-dominated interactions – effective communication and conflict management in women leaders Kim Travers APM, Superintendent – Judicial Services, WA Police 4:50 Chairperson’s Closing Address 5:00 Networking Drinks REGISTER NOW! 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Monday, 5 December 2016 Programme     Day One 8 30  9 00   Registration and Welcome Coffee  1 30   Chairperson   s Opening...
Tuesday, 6 December 2016 Programme – Day Two 8:30 Welcome Coffee 9:00 Chairperson’s Opening Address 2:00 Government panel: Creating a pipeline of well-qualified and highcalibre women in the public sector  delivering and implementing initiatives which connect women • Designing, leaders to the organisation, and the organisation to their development Katharine McKenzie, Senior Associate, Energy & Regulation, Jackson McDonald 9:10 • Addressing  individual competencies to ensure sustainable development of high potentials Opening Keynote: Empowering women for the future • Stepping  up to leadership: Challenges and opportunities  talents to design effective opportunities to achieve potential and • Profiling accelerate development • Improving female representation in leadership roles • Building  a pipeline for future leadership roles – developing leadership capabilities of high performing female talent • Reflections on leadership and advice for leaders of tomorrow Hon Cheryl Edwardes AM, Commissioner, West Australian Football Commission 9:40 Joanne Abbiss, Chief Executive Officer, City of Kwinana; 2015 Telstra Western Australian Government and Academia Award Kylie Towie, A/Chief Executive and Chief Information Officer, Health Support Services, WA Health Ministerial Address: Charting the trajectory to leadership • Becoming one of Australia’s most influential women – embracing opportunities and challenges Frances Harrison, Executive Director Human Resources, Main Roads Western Australia • Women leaders as the status quo rather than a novelty – key attributes of high achieving leaders • Understanding underlying behaviour and how it impacts leadership style • Charting the path to leadership: the role of supportive networks in advancing career progression Reserved for Western Australian Government 10:00 Sonja Cox, Assistant Director Strategy and Planning, WA Police 2:50 Afternoon Tea 3.20 Rotating Roundtables Roundtable sessions allow for extended discussion among smaller groups and are excellent for giving and receiving targeted feedback Women leaders managing change with audacity, confidence and adaptability and engaging in more in-depth discussions. How it works? • Change management and leadership – strategies for success There will be 3 roundtable sessions, each 30 minutes in length and focusing on a different topic. Attendees will be split into groups and will rotate to the next table after every 30min block. Each table will be hosted by a facilitator with a set of targeted questions to focus the discussion. This format is designed to foster a dynamic, multi-directional flow of ideas and aid interaction and dialogue. • Developing key practical skills to lead through change – persuasion, influence, negotiation, resilience • “How can we get there?” – Journey and secrets to success Liza Carpene, Company Secretary/Head of Business Administration Services, Northern Star Resources Limited 10:30 Morning Break Roundtable A CHANGING THE FACE OF GENDER DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE 11:00 Striving for the right work-life integration to achieve career goals Branding your organisation as an active advocate of gender diversity • How to achieve the work-life integration and make it happen • Understanding  the relationship between diversity, corporate image and organisational performance • Underlining practical steps and small changes that could make big differences • Leading  by reputation - characteristics of companies that make the greatest advances in gender diversity • Practical tips for pursuing both career objectives and personal fulfilment Janine Warden, Principal Leadership Coach & Facilitator, Leaders Collective Andrea Lloyd, Director, Andrea Lloyd & Associates • Integrating diversity as part of the organisation’s DNA - where do we start? Linda Dawson, General Manager Communities Iron Ore, Rio Tinto 11:30 All-Male Panel: Experiences from leading organisations Roundtable B • Overview  of current initiatives undertaken to support women in the workplace – lessons learnt Linking women, mentoring and sponsorship to career progression • Challenging  traditional work practices, leading change and increasing female visibility • Harnessing  the true value of mentoring and establishing thought leadership • The  role of a positive and inclusive workplace culture in elevating women in leadership • Finding  the best support to drive professional development - Bridging the divide between over-mentoring and under-sponsoring  barriers to women’s progression – how can men remove • Removing leadership hurdles for women in the workplace? • The  role of sponsorship in building a culture of mindful and decisive sponsorship across the organisation Guy Chalkley, Chief Executive Officer, Western Power • Paying  it forward – understanding the importance of continuing the mentor/sponsorship relationship Stephen Dumble, Regional Vice President Asia Pacific, Newmont Mining Corporation Sue A Slavin, Strategic Leadership Consultant & Coach, Sue A Slavin Lloyd Jenkins, Senior Managing Director - Western Australia, CBRE Asia Pacific Roundtable C The Road to Success: Adopting a targeted approach in developing your career road map • How to plan for and continuously develop your leadership path Chris Sutherland, Managing Director, Programmed 12:20 Networking Lunch • Challenges faced, career highlights and lessons learnt WOMEN LEADERS OF TOMORROW – MEETING TOMORROW’S CHALLENGES • Strategies for effective career advancement 1:20 Accelerating the conversation – Fostering female talent to become women leaders of the future Kendal Drew, Principal, Kendal Drew Career Consulting Jo McNeilly, Owner, Facilitating Possibilities • Nurturing, empowering and moving women forward into leadership roles • Eliminating factors that inhibit the growth of women leaders • Best  practices and strategies in attracting and retaining female millennial talent Jenni Hill, Partner, Clifford Chance LLP 4:50 Chairperson’s Closing Address 5:00 End of Conference REGISTER NOW! 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