Women in Leadership Tasmania Summit 2016
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Tasmania boasts not only some of Australia’s most picturesque natural beauty and treasured heritage, but also its most innovative business and exceptional and inspirational women leaders.
As the Tasmanian Women’s Plan initiative addressing systemic and en-cultured gender inequality approached its fourth year, now is the time to invest in the future women leaders of this thriving and vibrant market, and the future of Tasmania.
Despite this progress, under-representation of females at senior levels is still prevalent and work needs to be done to ensure Tasmania’s aspiring professional women are equipped with necessary skills and opportunity to take up the mantle of leadership and innovation.
The Women in Leadership Tasmania Summit 2016 will provide a platform for specialised leadership skill development. This one-of-akind event showcases Tasmania’s pre-eminent leaders from Public and Private Sectors, from core government Departments to the country’s top brands, to share their expertise and insights into leadership.
Brimming with inspirational success stories and practical takeaways to refine your current skill set, the Summit is an unmissable opportunity to enhance your credentials and flourish as a leader
When: 05-08 December 2016
Where: The Hobart Function and Conference Centre
All that glitters is not gold: The upsurge of paid followers and engagement on LinkedIn Sue Parker DARE Group founder
Webcams and monitored bathroom breaks: Why employee monitoring is counter-productive Ian Whitworth Scene Change co-founder
Locked and uploaded: How to take bricks-and-mortar stores digital with video Michael Langdon Levity director
Why retailers have no idea about the future Dean Salakas The Party People chief
There's only one way to attract and retain millennial talent — but it'll cost you a few bricks Lauren Lowe Future Fitouts co-founder
Advice for going green, from one chief executive to another James Chin Moody Sendle co-founder