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6th WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP SA SUMMIT

16th - 20th, March 2020
Adelaide, AU

Excel as a visible, influential & inspiring leader

Speakers

  • Leonie Muldoon

    Chief Executive Officer

    Department for Trade, Tourism & Investment
  • Sophie Wong

    State General Manager, SA & NT

    Coles
  • Jodie Hatherly

    Vice President, Legal, Risk & Governance & General Counsel

    Santos
  • Melanie Cooper

    Director, Finance, Corporate Affairs & Company Secretary

    Coopers Brewery
  • Fiona Blakely

    Chief People Officer

    Oz Minerals
  • Sue-Ann Charlton

    General Manager, Customer & Community

    SA Power Networks
  • Lucy Clements

    Operations Director, Premium Wineries ANZ

    Accolade Wines Australia
  • Allison Giotis

    State Director, Private Banking, South Australia

    ANZ
  • Adam Koch

    Chief Operating Officer

    Sweat
  • Anneka Deaton

    Squadron Leader

    Royal Australian Air Force
  • Vicky Welgraven

    Senior Project Officer

    Central Adelaide Local Health Network
  • Tiffany Katchmar

    Director

    South Australian Space Industry Centre
  • Kellie Collins

    General Manager, Health, Safety & Environment

    Adelaide Brighton
  • Jodie van Deventer

    Chief Executive Officer

    Committee for Adelaide
  • Justin Lokhorst

    Director, Business Surveys Transition Lead

    Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Natalie Sommerville

    Owner

    Windjara Ag
  • Emily Young

    Director, Defence Industry Workforce & Skills

    Defence SA & Department for Innovation and Skills
  • Nicola Lipscombe

    Leadership Speaker & Coach

    Nicola Lipscombe
  • Sonali D'silva

    Principal Consultant

    Equality Consulting
  • Miriam Henke

    Health Psychologist, Executive Coach, Director

    Miriam Henke Consulting & Lifespan Dynamics Pty Ltd
  • Emma Frazer

    Director & Principal Consultant

    No 8 Consulting

Overview

- Build the confidence to overcome impostor syndrome
- Elevate your team’s engagement & performance
- Increase your visibility & position yourself for promotion
- Influence a positive culture of trust & empowerment

Agenda

Becoming a visible woman leader
Keynote
Create your own opportunities
Negotiate your worth like a pro
Find your leadership voice
Speed networking
Check your blind spot - Navigate unconscious bias
The sky isn't the limit! - Making career jumps
Setbacks to springboards
Bring together diverse groups to create high performing teams
Keeping employee retention high in an era of low unemployment
Positive, proactive & prepared - Leading teams in changing times
Lead the narrative - Communication for effective change management
Making male allies
Envisioning 2030 - Futureproof your leadership toolkit
From insight to action
Workshop Day One
Workshop Day Two
Pre-Summit Workshop

16 Mar

Workshop

You're ready to take the next step in your career, so how do you stand out and get noticed? Confidence, courage, and a strong support system will help you to expand your influence.


This workshop will help you to reframe your inner critic into positive self-talk, and empower you with the confidence to expand your influence. Learn how to be recognised for your talents and competence while staying aligned with your values and leadership intent.


Clarify your value and visibility

- Understand how to be visible while remaining authentic

- Communicate your value with clarity

- Build credibility and be seen and heard as a competent leader


Discover your confidence and self-worth

- Understand confidence and how to uncover it

- Learn to channel positive self-talk

- Manage your doubts and hesitation to step up


The transition from networking to connecting

- Reframe the discomfort of making new connections

- Accelerate positive and productive partnerships

- Cultivate the support needed to grow your career


Enhance your leadership influence

- Discover strategies to create new opportunities

- Learn to speak the language of leadership

- Inspire through self-leadership and paying it forward

  • Sonali D'silva Principal Consultant Equality Consulting

Summit Day 1

17 Mar

Case Study

Case Study

Lucy's career has been driven and centred on her passion for wine. Winemaking, sourcing, marketing - she's worked in all areas, all over the world. So how has she built her visibility to thrive in this male-dominated industry? Hear Lucy's leadership journey and discover the importance of being brave, finding your passion, and building the relationships to make your dream job a reality.


- Be brave and take strategic risks

- Build your visibility through expanding your networks

- Find what makes you tick

  • Lucy Clements Operations Director, Premium Wineries ANZ Accolade Wines Australia

Mini-Workshop

Negotiation and influence are crucial leadership skills, whether to generate buy-in for a new idea, build a business case, or influence a pay rise. But research finds that women are often reluctant to exercise their influencing power, as they are more likely than men to get labelled as bossy or aggressive. 5 in 10 women are doubtful if they will benefit from negotiating their worth at work. In this interactive mini-workshop, Sonali will help you build your courage and learn to communicate your worth with confidence.


- Build confidence to navigate tough conversations

- Manage the tension between empathy and assertiveness

- Learn strategies to negotiate pay rises and promotions

  • Sonali D'silva Principal Consultant Equality Consulting

Case Study

Leadership comes in many forms; it is not always a position or title, but action and example. As a passionate champion for making Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's voices heard, Vicky is an inspiring example of how you can harness your passions to lead change. Reflecting on her leadership journey as an Aboriginal woman and leader, Vicky will share what she believes are the qualities of a strong leader.


- Turn passion into action and build your leadership profile

- How to influence change and be a part of decision making

- The power of advocacy and how it can be used to bring about change

  • Vicky Welgraven Senior Project Officer Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Break-Out Session

Panel

Most people don't see themselves as biased towards people of different genders, races, and ages. Yet in virtually every area of modern life, disparities remain. We all have unconscious biases, so it is essential to recognise how other people's biases affect you, as well as how your own biases may impact others. When you learn to identify these blind spots, you have the power to make a change. Sharing best practices and lessons learned from first-hand experiences, this panel will investigate what helps break down these biases, and what you can do to create systems in which everyone can thrive.


- How to stop individual and organisational biases from holding you back

- Recognise and manage your own biases

- Harness the power of diversity

  • Fiona Blakely Chief People Officer Oz Minerals

  • Sue-Ann Charlton General Manager, Customer & Community SA Power Networks

  • Jodie van Deventer Chief Executive Officer Committee for Adelaide

  • Natalie Sommerville Owner Windjara Ag

  • Emily Young Director, Defence Industry Workforce & Skills Defence SA & Department for Innovation and Skills

Case Study

Career changes often leave us feeling anxious and overwhelmed, so much so, people put off making a change even when they feel stuck. Reflecting on her career pivots from retail, to professional services, to the public sector, Tiffany will share how a growth mindset, passion, and hard work have helped her to thrive in the job she hadn't imagined.


- The importance of relationship building

- Cultivate a growth mindset

- Identify your transferable skillset

  • Tiffany Katchmar Director South Australian Space Industry Centre

Case Study

We all grapple with setbacks and obstacles on the path to success. Sometimes, a breakdown can lead you to a significant breakthrough. After being knocked back following her initial test to be an Air Force pilot, Anneka reapplied, graduated and went on the be involved on critical missions and operations in the Middle East, Iraq, South East Asia, San Diego, and Canada (to name a few). Anneka will share her learnings as the second female pilot of the P-3 Orion and how she has learnt to see failure as a building block of success.


- Shift your mindset to learn from failure

- Develop resilience to navigate adversity

- Build the confidence to seize opportunities

  • Anneka Deaton Squadron Leader Royal Australian Air Force

Summit Day 2

18 Mar

Case Study

Humans are social beings. It's natural for us to interact and cooperate, and much of our happiness is found in relationships. But how is it that you can have a team of talented people but fail to see them as a cohesive unit? Performance hinges on healthy team dynamics, and this depends on the individual differences and personalities of everyone in the team. Leonie has had a diverse career with leadership roles spanning from the public sector to call centres, from Australia to Asia. Leonie will share her lessons bringing people together from different industries and cultures to create high performing teams.


- Adapt your leadership style for different personality types

- Encourage cohesion and collaboration

- Motivate your team towards a common goal

  • Leonie Muldoon Chief Executive Officer Department for Trade, Tourism & Investment

Case Study

The national average job tenure in Australia is just over three years. At Coopers Brewery, the average tenure of their 250 staff is 12 years. Employee turnover is not only a cost to organisations. It can impact team momentum and morale. As a leader, you must drive a positive workplace culture that is centred on employee experience. Melanie will share some of the strategies that Coopers are using to retain talent and how, as a leader, you can ensure your team is engaged and aligned with the company values.


- Communicate your organisational values to build employee brand commitment

- Create a positive workplace culture

- Boost employee experience and retention

  • Melanie Cooper Director, Finance, Corporate Affairs & Company Secretary Coopers Brewery

Case Study

Two-thirds of transformation projects fail. As a leader, you need to ensure your organisation becomes a part of the standout statistic, not the norm. To influence sustainable change, you need to be tactical and understand the cultural change required. Having worked as a change consultant, to now driving change as an executive leader, Kellie will share practical tips on how you can be a powerful change agent.


- Understand embedded tensions to drive sustainable change

- Create accountability and generate buy-in from stakeholders

- Learn from failure

  • Kellie Collins General Manager, Health, Safety & Environment Adelaide Brighton

Mini-Workshop

Communication is crucial when it comes to change management. When change is communicated proactively, clearly, and consistently, you ensure employees across your organisation understand what’s happening. Once employees understand, they can accept and adopt. Take control of the narrative by communicating early and often, staying ahead of the “grapevine”, and setting the tone and content.


- Communicate consistently, frequently and clearly

- Conversations versus information

- Build trust in times of uncertainty   

  • Emma Frazer Director & Principal Consultant No 8 Consulting

Panel

When men are engaged in gender inclusion programs, 96% of organisations see progress — compared to only 30% of organisations where men are not. To make equality a reality, women and men must be engaged in the conversation. So how do you inspire a male colleague or boss to be your ally in removing the barriers to your success?


- Engage men as champions for change

- Understand gendered leadership traits

- How to seek out male mentors and sponsors

  • Jodie Hatherly Vice President, Legal, Risk & Governance & General Counsel Santos

  • Allison Giotis State Director, Private Banking, South Australia ANZ

  • Adam Koch Chief Operating Officer Sweat

  • Justin Lokhorst Director, Business Surveys Transition Lead Australian Bureau of Statistics

Case Study

AI and technology are transforming business and the way we work. 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 are not yet imagined. So how can you ensure you remain relevant? Sophie will share her thoughts on the future of work and what that means for you.


- Be adaptive and adopt a growth mindset

- The importance of relationships and communication

- Remain relevant across multiple platforms

  • Sophie Wong State General Manager, SA & NT Coles

Roundtable

Explore the takeaways from the summit through group discussion to identify opportunities for progression and create an action plan for your future.


- Reflect on the key learnings from the past two days

- Discuss factors influencing your success

- Create an action plan for the future

  • Nicola Lipscombe Leadership Speaker & Coach Nicola Lipscombe

Post-Summit Workshop

19 Mar - 20 Mar

Workshop

Develop self-awareness and authenticity

- Values-based leadership - what it means to be an authentic leader

- Identify your key strengths and potential de-railers as a leader

- Identify how best to utilise your optimal leadership style within the context of your organisation

 

High-level communication, influence and negotiation skills

- Manage emotions for positive and assertive communication

- Develop techniques of persuasion, negotiation and influencing with coaching skills and “conversational intelligence”

- Prepare for and have difficult conversations with confidence

 

Develop self and others with “reflective leadership”

- Clarify the benefits of reflective practice in leadership

- Develop the skills and capacity for reflective practice

- Using reflective practice to influence the quality of the culture through the quality of relationships

 

Strategic career progression

- Everyday career management practices and creating a personal leadership plan

- Maximise existing relationships and networks and building new ones for professional opportunities

- Skills and approaches to manage your image and visibility without feeling you are “selling yourself”

  • Miriam Henke Health Psychologist, Executive Coach, Director Miriam Henke Consulting & Lifespan Dynamics Pty Ltd

Workshop

Transformational leadership strategies to accelerate team performance

- Leverage team dynamics to enhance performance

- Challenge, support and empower others

- Manage uncooperative staff members

 

Drive change and innovation

- Recognisie and overcome hurdles to change

- Trust your intuition and step outside your comfort zone

- Embed a positive change culture in an organisation

 

Remain productive in a crisis

- Build resilience to thrive under pressure

- Support your team and engage others to deliver

- Debrief after crisis - provide and accept feedback

 

Action planning for leadership

- Develop a personalised approach - short and long-term

- Understand challenges

- Share approaches to move your career forward


  • Miriam Henke Health Psychologist, Executive Coach, Director Miriam Henke Consulting & Lifespan Dynamics Pty Ltd

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Venue

Rydges Adelaide

1 South Terrace, Adelaide, SA, 5000, Australia

08 8216 0300

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