The 2nd Annual Women in Leadership SA Summit

The 2nd Annual
Women in Leadership
SA Summit 2014
Key Strategies and Solutions for Enhancing Leadership
Effectiveness and Career Advancement in a Changing Environment
Liquid Learning is delighted to present The 2nd Annual Women in Leadership
South Australia Summit 2014, an inspirational leadership development
opportunity crafted for existing and emerging leaders across all industries.
FEATURED SPEAKERS
Hon. Susan Close MP Minister for Manufacturing
and Innovation, Minister for Automotive
Transformation, Minister for the Public Sector
Australian Labor Party
The Hon. Tammy Franks MLC Member of Parliament
The Australian Greens
Adj. Assoc. Prof Lydia Dennett Chief Nurse and
Midwifery Officer
SA Health
Erma Ranieri Commissioner for Public Sector
Employment
Office for the Public Sector
Wendy Campana Chief Executive Officer
Local Government Association of South
Australia
Carol Turnbull Chief Executive Officer
Ramsay Health Care SA Mental Health Services
Catherine Barnett Chief Executive Officer
Food South Australia
Wendy Teasdale-Smith Chief Executive Officer
South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre
Karin Geraghty Chief Information Officer
Department of Environment, Water and Natural
Resources
18 & 19 November 2014
Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide
Plus One Full-Day Workshop
20 November 2014
EXPLORE
Advice, insights and successful
leadership stories from women in
senior positions
Empowering aspiring female leaders
to reach the top executive level
Tactics to build skills to generate
leadership effectiveness
Belinda Jefferys General Manager, People Culture
and Brand
Elders
Key strategies to navigate through
common career challanges
Wendy Hoad General Counsel and Company
Secretary
ASC Pty Ltd
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Vanessa Swan Director
South Australian Office for Women
Theressa Hines Chief Executive Officer
Employer Global Solutions
Carolyn Adams Head of Planning and Strategic
Initiatives
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
Vicki Waye Dean, Teaching and Learning Business
and Law
University of South Australia
Lisa Teburea Director, Planning and Community
Services
Local Government Association of South Australia
Narelle Smith Chairman
The South Australian Women’s Football League
Debra Just Board Member
Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural
Resources Management Board
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Day One 18 November 2014
8.30 - 9.00
Registration and Morning Coffee
9.00 - 9.05
Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from
the Chair
9.05 - 9.50
11.45 - 12.30 CASE STUDY
A journey up the corporate ladder
Every person has a different story to tell, and the stories we
find most interesting are often those that contain challenge
and triumph. Wendy will recount stories of her journey as
a woman in the corporate sector, identifying some of the
solutions to problems she has found along the way. Discuss:
• Experiences around leadership and advancement in the
corporate sector
• Strategies to recognise and solve individual problems
• Developing as an effective leader
OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY
Supporting and promoting female leaders in
South Australia
As a member of the Legislative Council, the Hon. Tammy
Franks displays optimal leadership skills to not only
enhance her career, but also help to build a prosperous
state. As a female leader, she will explore her path
throughout government, identifying the skills that she has
developed along the way as well as exploring challenges
she has overcome. Discuss:
• Key skills and strategies to achieve leadership success
• A personal professional journey as a female leader
• Important lessons learned along the way
Wendy Hoad General Counsel and Company
Secretary
ASC Pty Ltd
12.30 - 12.40 Questions and Discussion
12.40 - 1.40 Networking Lunch
1.40 - 2.40
The Hon. Tammy Franks MLC Member of
Parliament
The Australian Greens
10.05 - 10.45 CASE STUDY
Managing and reinforcing strong stakeholder
relationships
As a proficient leader you are expected to interact positively
with a variety of stakeholders to ensure effective and
lasting relationships. The ability to reinforce and strengthen
stakeholder relationships requires certain skills that
Catherine will discuss, taking us though her journey and her
experiences at Food South Australia as a founding member.
Discuss:
• Strategies to manage stakeholders and their competing
needs and demands
• Recognising solutions to conflicting demands between
your organisation and stakeholders
• Developing leadership skills to create harmonious
relationships
Panellists include:
Vicki Waye Dean, Teaching and Learning Business
and Law
University of South Australia
Lisa Teburea Director, Planning and Community
Services
Local Government Association of South Australia
Catherine Barnett Chief Executive Officer
Food South Australia
Carolyn Adams Head of Planning and Strategic
Initiatives
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
10.45 - 10.55 Questions and Discussion
10.55 - 11.10 Morning Tea
Karin Geraghty Chief Information Officer
Department of Environment, Water and Natural
Resources
11.10 - 11.45 CASE STUDY
Positioning yourself as a leader - Developing your
personal leadership brand
Wendy Campana Chief Executive Officer
Local Government Association of South Australia
Becoming a leader is much more than the intrinsic values
and skills that are identified in an individual. It is also the
Wendy Teasdale-Smith Chief Executive Officer
South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre
11.45 - 11.55 Questions and Discussion
Effective strategies to balance your work and life
commitments
Juggling your work and personal life has never been so
difficult. With workplaces making substantial cut backs to
budgets and staff, executive staff in all sectors are expected
to make a little go a long way, with the most valuable
commodity, time. This panel of female leaders will share tips
and brain storm solutions on how you can find a healthy
work / life balance to satisfy your personal and professional
needs. This panel will examine:
• Streamlining your workload and prioritising your time,
commitments and goals
• Key practices of highly effective women and how they
juggle their personal and professional commitments
• Tactics for building a successful support network to
reinforce a positive lifestyle
9.50 - 10.05 Questions and Discussion
development of one’s brand and self promotion that creates
an agenda for success. Wendy is a high profile educational
leader who has engaged in developing her own career
for the last 15 years through self promotion and brand
creation. Today, Wendy will identify key strategies she has
used to establish her presence as a leader. She will discuss:
• Strategies to build your leadership brand and profile
• Preparing for and making career opportunities happen
• The importance of establishing your presence as a leader
INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
2.40 - 3.15
CASE STUDY
Leading winning teams, on and off the field
Effective team leadership is essential to ensure that
organisations are high performing, successful and resilient.
Successful women are able to optimise both their leadership
and management skills to get the best out of their teams.
Through her passion for the South Australian Women’s
Football League (SAWFL) and career as a police officer,
Narelle has continuously developed her team management
skills. She will discuss her tactics to manage the Women’s
Football Association and techniques to increase productivity
and success in any professional structure. Discuss:
• Strategies for effectively nurturing and developing a
strong team
• The importance of aligned vision within a team
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Plus One Separately Bookable
Full-Day Workshop on 20 November 2014
Receive $150 off registration if you
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Leader
• Communication skills to enhance your management and
leadership effectiveness
Narelle Smith Chairman
The South Australian Women’s Football League
Day Two 19 November 2014
8.30 - 8.55
Morning Coffee
Opening Remarks from the Chair
3.15 - 3.25
Questions and Discussion
8.55 - 9.00
3.25 - 3.40
Afternoon Tea
9.00 - 9.20
3.40 - 4.20
EXPERT COMMENTARY
Building powerful women with powerful voices
In a professional working environment, even women
in executive level roles can find it difficult to be heard.
Speaking with authority and clarity are key when trying to
express your views and workplace strategies forward.
Tricia will discuss how she achieved her voice through
her successful media career, and offer strategies that can
be used to develop your own. As a corporate trainer and
executive coach specialising in leadership communication,
she works with clients to inspire and lead every time they
speak. Tricia is extremely passionate about women’s
leadership, and empowering women to be seen and heard
to achieve professional success. Discuss:
• What you bring to the table
• Key strategies to ensure visibility and respect
• How to be an influential communicator at work
Tricia Karp Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Wise Talk
4.20 - 4.30
Questions and Discussion
4.30
Concluding Remarks from the Chair
4.30 - 5.30
Networking Reception
OPENING CASE STUDY
The role of women in leadership across the
Public Sector
Minister Close is an individual whom has been heavily
involved in the Public Sector. As a successful politician
and leader, she will discuss her journey through the
government hierarchy. This inspirational keynote will
explore the ministers journey throughout the Public
Sector, identifying her successes and flaws along the
way. Discuss:
• The ministers journey in Australian politics
• An inspirational anecdote identifying problems and
solutions
Hon. Susan Close MP Minister for Manufacturing
and Innovation, Minister for Automotive
Transformation, Minister for the Public Sector
Australian Labor Party
9.20 - 9.50
CASE STUDY
Key skills for effective leadership
The South Australian Public Sector has embarked on an
exciting and innovative program of renewal, led by the
Commissioner for Public Sector Employment. Erma is
passionate about her job and is dedicated to improve
how the Public Sector serves the community. She will
outline what has been achieved, and what lays ahead
for Public Sector renewal in South Australia. Erma will
explore:
• What she has learnt about leadership
• Leadership guidance for leading in high pressured
environments
• Reinforcing and adapting to change from a leaders
standpoint
Erma Ranieri Commissioner for Public Sector
Employment
Office for the Public Sector
9.50 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion
10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY
ALSO AVAILABLE
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and Resources
Leadership Summit 2014
21 & 22 October 2014
Rydges South Bank Brisbane
Women in Infrastructure
Leadership Summit 2014
25 & 26 November 2014
The Menzies Sydney
Maintaining effective leadership skills through
mentoring and coaching
Effective leaders recognise the importance of mentoring
and coaching to continually develop their leadership
capabilities. Mentors and coaches help us develop a
full range of leadership skills which we can apply in the
variety of leadership challenges we encounter. Belinda
will discuss how she’s implemented skills learned via
mentoring and coaching throughout her leadership roles.
Discuss:
• Recognising and building mentoring and coaching
relationships
• Having a range of mentors and coaches at different
stages of your career to support you through the
variety of personal and organisational challenges
• Sharing what you learn and passing on the benefits
Belinda Jefferys General Manager, People Culture
and Brand
Elders
10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion
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Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone in the Pursuit of Excellence
11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea
3.20 - 4.00
11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY
Leading through disruptive change
Leading through periods of restructuring and change
develops a leader who is resilient and strategic. In
situations of unprecedented change, effective leaders are
able to define solutions to problems that arise and shape
a positive response to organisational changes. Debra has
first-hand experience of leading through change, and will
provide advice on developing a positive understanding of
change:
Effective communication is imperative to successful
leadership. Proficiently delivering your message and providing
clear direction alleviates confusion and ensures goals are
met and an organisational goal is worked towards. Effective
communication is particularly vital in times of unrest when
job security is an issue and restructuring and change is
widespread. This experienced panel will explore:
• The importance of effective communication and the
detriment of poor communication
• How to ensure your message is understood as you intended
it to be
• How clear communication can assist leaders in achieving
organisational goals
• Understanding and adapting to changes that cause organisational distress
• Practical solutions to manage disruptive workplace events
• Reflections on the development of her leadership skills
Debra Just Board Member
Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural
Resources Management Board
Carol Turnbull Chief Executive Officer
Ramsay Health Care SA Mental Health Services
Adj. Assoc. Prof Lydia Dennett Chief Nurse and
Midwifery Officer
SA Health
12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion
12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch
1.15 - 2.00
Theressa Hines Chief Executive Officer
EXPERT COMMENTARY
Keys to building resilience in times of change
and uncertainty
Working in a complex and rapidly evolving environment
takes a determined yet flexible leader who is able to make
the tough decisions necessary to achieve better outcomes,
whilst maintaining a positive and engaged workforce. It is
these skills that will differentiate an effective leader capable
of achieving a higher level of success. Miriam will explore
scenarios and situations of change to develop resilient
leaders. Discuss:
• Key skills to solve problems strategically
• Adapting to change and dealing with pressure
• How to maintain a positive workplace through uncertainty
Employer Global Solutions
4.00 - 4.30
Questions and Discussion
2.15 - 2.55
CASE STUDY
Women’s leadership in the context of gender
inequality
Whilst it is important to recognise that the development
of skill, mentoring and support will assist women to
reach senior leadership positions, it is also important to
understand the influence of cultural and structural factors
that impact our access or success in these roles. Women
can feel challenged when they have to fight for their views
and positions in a corporate setting, despite the existence
of gender equity policies. Vanessa will discuss ways to
give men and women the skills to create a fairer work
environment. She will discuss the:
• Recognition of gender inequality in your workplace
• Skills to overcome existing barriers limiting potential
success
• Importance of engaging men of power to address
inequality
Vanessa Swan Director
South Australian Office for Women
2.55 - 3.05
3.05 - 3.20
Questions and Discussion
Afternoon Tea
Future directions for emerging female leaders in
South Australia
Tricia Karp Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Wise Talk
Concluding Remarks from the Chair
and Summit Close
4.30
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WHO WILL ATTEND
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Chief Executives
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Branch / Section Mangers
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Managing Directors
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Human Resources
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Directors / Assistant Directors
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Team Leaders
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General Mangers
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Consultants
Group Managers
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Academic Leaders
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Phone: +61 2 8239 9700
Fax: +61 2 8239 9777
www.liquidlearning.com.au
INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE
Throughout the state and the nation, women are significantly
becoming a larger part of process and management of
professional environments than ever before, exploring further
themes addressed throughout the two day Summit. Discuss:
• How can organisations and managers continue to remove
barriers preventing women from seeking and / or acquiring
senior leadership positions?
• What does it take for women to reach senior leadership
positions - What has worked previously in assisting women
to advance?
• Does the government have a role to play closing the gender
representation gap and in assisting women to advance?
• How can women themselves ensure they are able to
advance to senior leadership and assist in opening the door
for female leaders?
Miriam Henke Chief Executive Officer
3 Positions Pty Ltd
2.00 - 2.15
INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
Effective communication - The key to managing
staff, driving cultural change and working through
organisational restructuring
Workshop
20 November 2014
9.00 - 4.30
Gaining the Skills and Confidence Needed to Promote Yourself to Become a Successful Leader
Skills for success are transferable throughout various professional sectors and are highly sought after. These leadership skills and traits are the pivotal
factor that will develop an individual into an independent mind and a progressive person whom recognises positive opportunities to develop their
career and organisation. In order to accelerate your career, it is essential to develop management skills to lead but also enhance technical skills to
identify strategic ways to solve problems through assertive negotiations. During this workshop, skills, strategies and critical solutions to issues will be
explored to understand the varying and transferable abilities of an effective leader. Jodie will outline the vital strategies to promote your career through
a positive understanding of leadership success. Explore:
• Developing and refining your skillset
• Creating an effective and practical leadership plan
• Identifying and developing the behaviours and practices of an effective leader
• Strategies for maximised leadership effectiveness
• Tools to overcome common leadership challenges
• Strategies to cultivate high-performance teams
• Optimise a strengths-based leadership style to maximise your leadership presence
• Creating an authentic leadership style to progress your career
Expert Facilitators:
Jodie Nevid Owner
The 7 Effect
Amy Moffatt Owner
The 7 Effect
Jodie Nevid is recognised as one of the most effective facilitators in her field. As an international speaker, coach, consultant and facilitator, Jodie has
developed herself and her career along the road less travelled. After dropping out of high school, she won a scholarship to study visual art where she
discovered her first love – pottery! Jodie soon realised her pottery skills were not refined enough to make domestic ware for a living, so she found
a way to turn her passion into profit making drums and percussion instruments from clay. By age 22 Jodie opened her first retail space - Art Beat
Gallery, and soon made enough money to adventure overseas and explore the world. After traveling through South America, and basing herself in
London for four years to explore Asia and Europe, she eventually settled back in Australia to become a wife, a mum and a business owner once
again. Her new business Mud Drum Australia went on to win many local, national and international small business and marketing awards and the
business success catapulted her into the spotlight and onto the speaking stage.
Throughout her travels Jodie discovered a new love – people and psychology. So after life took a turn in 2008, she decided to pack up her pottery
wheel and landed a role working for a national leadership development centre. Today Jodie works part-time as one of the associates at BRS and
easygovernment, and has just launched a new business called The 7 Effect with business partner and great friend Amy Moffatt.
Amy has a knack for making sense of chaos and setting up systems and structures that are effective, streamlined and simple to use. She knows how
to navigate through tricky situations to solve people and task-based problems. Amy works with clients as a coach, facilitator, mentor and consultant
to develop people, as well as design and build operational systems and processes that take the pain out of managing a business and building teams.
Amy believes that systems and processes should be developed with people in mind and therefore always set things up to be user friendly, lightweight
and flexible.
WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
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8.30 - 9.00
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Registration
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11.00 - 12.30 Session Two
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3.00 - 3.20
9.00 - 10.40 Session One
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12.30 - 1.30 Lunch
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3.20 - 4.30
Session Four
10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea
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1.30 - 3.00
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4.30
Close of Workshop
Session Three
Afternoon Tea
ABOUT THE EVENT
As workplaces become more adaptable to societal and cultural influences, we recognise that women are now undertaking more senior and influential
roles throughout all industries. Whilst women still face gender inequality and general workplace challenges, women are becoming more assertive and
driven to undertake these top level roles to gain career success.
The 2nd Annual Women in Leadership South Australian Summit 2014 is an inspiring conference aimed to provide women in any industry the
right skills to pursue their professional goals. The two day Summit will provide aspiring and senior female leaders the vital skills to generate an
understanding of how to manage and coherently respond to challenges with the goal to build workplace resilience.
Register early to ensure your place on the program, and join a growing community of outstanding and inspired women, who are changing the
business world for the better.
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