Women in Safety Leadership Workshop

Practical strategies for career advancement

  • May 20th - 21st, 2019
  • Cliftons Melbourne

OVERVIEW

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- Understand the macro and microenvironment of safety leadership
- Make the transition from technical excellence to leadership influence
- Navigate internal silos, intricacies and interdependencies
- Explore risk management, governance and interaction with executives
PLUS
- An Exclusive Women in Safety Leaders Panel: Turning Insights into Action

SPEAKERS

Jillian Hamilton

Jillian Hamilton is the Managing Director of Manage Damage, a global risk management advisory firm. Following her extensive career across many industries, Jillian saw the need to approach safety and risk in a different way. Her vast knowledge on health and safety has seen many businesses save millions of dollars in damage costs. 


Jillian’s impressive academic background consists of a Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health, Safety and the Environment and a Bachelor in Natural Resource Economics. Jillian has studied the complete set of key skill sets for risk, ranging from ergonomics, to economics to ecometrics to environmental law and politics.

Managing Director
Manage Damage

  • Heather Williams
    GM Health, Safety and Wellness (ANZ)
    Treasury Wine Estates
  • Fiona McHugh
    General Manager, Safety, Health and Wellbeing
    V/Line

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PRICE & DISCOUNTS

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27 Days

Prices start at

$2995*

More people? More savings!

3 - 4

Delegates

10%

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5 - 7

Delegates

15%

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8 +

Delegates

17%

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THE SCHEDULE

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Workshop Day One
Exclusive Women in Safety Leaders Panel: Turning Insights into Action
Workshop Day Two
Women in Safety Leadership Workshop - 20 May

Workshop

Women's safety leadership in context with your business

- Characteristics of a valued safety business partner

- Navigate key challenges of safety leaders, negotiating diversity and inclusion biases

- Understand your organisation and how you can have the best impact on safety at its core

- Align your strengths with the expectations of your organisation


Understand the macroenvironment of safety leadership

- Legal and legislative requirements around safety leadership in Australia

- Knowledge to interact state-by-state with regulators and legal systems

- Manage the requirement to be informed - Keeping up to date without being swamped

- Complex interrelationships of multi-state and multi-entity businesses


Understand the microenvironment of safety leadership in your organisation

- Explore your current business environment to ensure the most effective outcomes 

- How does your organisation operate and interact with other businesses?

- Navigate internal silos, intricacies and interdependencies

- Risk management, governance and interaction with executive and board level


Women in Safety Leaders Panel: Turning Insights into Action

  • Jillian Hamilton Managing Director Manage Damage

Workshop Panel

- Women's leadership in WHS today

- Personalise the path to leadership and go your own way

- Setbacks and step-ups: Two sides of the same coin

- How to find the right mentors and support mechanisms to help you get to the next level

  • Heather Williams GM Health, Safety and Wellness (ANZ) Treasury Wine Estates

  • Fiona McHugh General Manager, Safety, Health and Wellbeing V/Line

Workshop

Step back to step up

- Make the transition from technical excellence to leadership influence

- Step up and ensure you remain a technical expert as a leader

- Set career goals and an actionable plan to move your career in the right direction

- Keep yourself to account and where to turn for assistance


People management in and out of safety teams 

- Manage safety teams, retain and grow talent through effective people management skills

- Tackle tough conversations and proactively manage sensitive issues

- Build trust-based relationships with internal and external stakeholders 

- Focus on individual and team performance to deliver results 


Stakeholder management and engagement

- Manage upwards and influence with integrity

- Nurture strong internal and external relationships

- Deal with difficult people and learn how to negotiate effectively

- Manage competing agendas, tight timeframes, organisational changes and confidentiality  


Women in Safety think tank

- Wrap up discussion on key themes and your career action plan

- What will you do differently as a result of this program?

- How to stay on track when other priorities demand attention

- Tools and ideas to navigate obstacles and competing priorities

  • Jillian Hamilton Managing Director Manage Damage

GETTING HERE / THE LOCATION

Cliftons Melbourne

Level 1, 440 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia

+61 3 9993 9999

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