Events for women

From conferences to workshops and great networking opportunities, we share the latest leadership events for women from around the country.

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Intentional Leadership Foundations

Business, Leadership Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Foundations of Intentional Leadership supports the transition from a skilled technical specialist to new management professional and intentional leader.
The program is a foundation piece that will equip you the core skills to take the first step into management with confidence and accelerate your career progression.
Over 12 weeks, the program blends face-to-face learning, online study and leadership coaching, followed by 1-on-1 mentoring.

Future of Leadership Event- Hands Group

10 Mar 20 Business, Leadership Sydney

Creating equity for our future leaders

Join us to celebrate IWD2020 as we host Courageous Conversations about equ(al)ity, in leadership, the workplace and society in general.
An equal world is an enabled world #eachforequal #IWD2020

Are you a WILD woman? A unique leadership development course

Business, Leadership Adelaide, All Australia, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

This highly competitive opportunity offers just 20 women a chance to step away from the day-to-day to advance their career trajectory.

Compass – Visionary Leadership for Women

Business, Leadership Sydney

Compass’ Flagship Leadership Course is a transformational program that links women’s ambition with their deepest sense of purpose and core values.

Spanning 10 months, this program will give you the opportunity to explore and enhance your leadership capabilities in a supportive and constructive environment.

You can expect to gain a profound sense of self, develop a deep level of personal clarity and make lasting connections with like-minded women.

Springboard Women’s Development, ‘Open’ Program

Business, Leadership Sydney

'Springboard for Women’ is an inspiring 3 month development program that can be adapted in various facets of your life. The world-renowned program is designed for women in non-management through to first line management, with workshops offered over four full days, spread over three weekly intervals.

Chartered Manager. Accredit Your Leadership

Leadership Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

Chartered Manager (CMgr) is the internationally-recognised professional designation accrediting management and leadership excellence.
The highest status that can be achieved as a manager and leader, it allows managers to professionalise their leadership skills and stand out in a competitive global market. It adds value to your organisation and puts staff on the path to future professional development.
The Chartered Manager Partner Program pushes staff to achieve the global benchmark of management capability.

UP FOR DEBATE: “The world won’t listen unless women shout”.

26 - 19 Mar 20 Leadership Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

MC'd by newsreader, journalist and advocate Tracey Spicer AM, the Institute of Managers and Leaders will be doing a deep dive into women's rights and gender equality. When will the world listen? How can we ensure equality for future generations of women and girls? Is it time for women to change campaign tactics to finally achieve gender equality? Is it time women shouted louder to achieve progress faster?

🎟️ Book your tickets now to be a part of one of Australia's biggest International Women's Day events ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏾✊🏻✊🏽✊🏼✊🏿


GLAM: Great Leaders are Made

Leadership Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

Are women well represented in senior and executive roles in your organisation?
Developing women in your organisation’s existing workforce provides excellent opportunity to utilise your own human capital to create a competitive global advantage.
The aim of this development program is to empower participants, and further develop their management and leadership skills in preparation for more senior roles in your organisation. Increasingly this is becoming a compliance issue with the ASX requiring organisations to increase the number of women on their boards.