The 20th Women in Leadership Summit 2017
Wednesday, October 19, 2016/
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Liquid Learning is proud to celebrate its 20th All-Industry Women in Leadership Summit 2017 with a star-studded, milestone event, bringing together a range of the most inspirational female executives in the region. Case studies and interactive panel discussions will showcase stories of accomplishment, share lessons learned, and give delegates the toolkit for future success.
The inspirational themes and development areas explored throughout the summit are reinforced by distinguished leadership experts who will offer innovative tools and practical strategies to overcome career challenges and enhance leadership effectiveness. The event provides an invaluable opportunity for those who attend to develop lifelong professional connections, mentorships, and lasting friendships.
It is a unique opportunity for women from different industries, sectors, and nations to unite and help each other develop and achieve their own vision of success.
When: 17, 18, 19, 20 January 2017
Where: Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney
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