Check out the Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards website.
We’re thrilled to announce this program is open again (for the sixth year!) and can’t wait to meet our next crop of finalists, who will see their careers and work propelled to new heights.
Previous finalists have gone on to secure promotions and bigger leadership roles, launch and grow incredible businesses, achieve media exposure and become leading advocates within their industries and fields of expertise.
We have an excellent lineup of judges once again, with the panel chaired by Dr Kirstin Ferguson.
This year we’ve launched a number of new awards, including the Emerging Leader in Science, Medicine and Health accolade. We’re also celebrating emerging leaders in education, tech, entrepreneurship, corporate and finance, government and public sector, professional services (including law and accounting) and of course we’re calling on nominations from both emerging and established leaders for the coveted Agenda Setter of the Year award.
Plus, we’re not forgetting the employers that aim to make a real difference to the lives and careers of their female workforce. We’ve introduced a brand new category designed to celebrate the innovative initiatives and policies that employers are deploying in regard to gender diversity and inclusion.
It’s all made possible thanks to the support of our partners, including our Diamond Partner Charles Sturt University. We’re currently running an extensive content series with CSU called the Emerging Leaders Playbook, offering some excellent tips and tricks for those with leadership ambitions.
These partners enable us to make entry for these awards FREE, and to bring finalists into the emerging leader categories together for the in-person judging on the 4th of October, a media training workshop with Outspoken Women, as well as the big celebration on the 5th of October, at Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney.
And if you’d like your organisation to still get involved as an event partner please get in contact.
Now get nominating! Entries close 6pm on the 16th August.