Women in Leadership Summit returns

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Back for its fourth year, the Women in Leadership Summit 2019 returns to Sydney’s Seymour Centre from the 24-27 September

This educationally focused four-day event will see 35 inspiring leaders guide over 500 Australian women in business to ‘Take Action’ in their leadership journey and cultivate meaningful change for future generations.

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Dana Lightbody, Executive Director and Chair of The Leadership Institute, the minds behind the signature Women in Leadership Summit (WILS) says, “This year is set to be our best yet. Our theme ‘Take Action’ is focused on the need for women to lead the way by creating their own opportunities and helping others to have the confidence to do so, by sharing experiences and equipping them with the tools they need.”

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#WILSummit19 will feature: Inspiring keynotes by Carrie Bickmore OAM, Alannah Hill, Ann Sherry AO; career focused case-studies with Kendra Banks, Erica Berchtold, Suzanne Steele and Susan Martin; panel discussions with Alison Rice, Chelsea Bonner and Susan Anderson; and interactive workshops curated by Amanda MacLean, Nell Wilson and Noa Sheer.

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Alannah Hill, Iconic Australian designer, author and stylist, who is speaking on perseverance, dedication and success, says, “Success only comes once you understand your mind, our thoughts are that powerful. So, stop procrastinating and go and create the life you deserve. There will be fear, there will be failure. But if you’re not committed it will not work.”

Event details
  • Date: Tuesday 24 September to Friday 27 September
  • Time: 9:00am-5:30pm daily
  • Location: Seymour Centre, City Rd & Cleveland Street, Chippendale NSW 2008
  • Tickets: Available now, full conference including pre and post workshop days: $3,199
  • Handles: #WILSummit19

 

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