Get to know WOB

  • New to Women on Boards?
  • Wondering how we can help and support your career and board aspirations?
  • Needing advice on how to get started?

Whether you are seeking professional development workshops to stretch your skills for a senior executive or C suite position, aspiring to the boardroom or interested in engaging a mentor, Women on Boards has a pathway to support you.

To find out more about how WOB works , our offerings and the network we offer two great introductory events.

All About WOB: Networking Event

(offered face to face in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra and via webinar)

An overview of ‘all you need to know’ to to understand what Women on Boards does and how our services can assist you.

Meet the founders and directors of Women on Boards, network with other like-minded professional and aspirant women from various sectors and industries.

 

We also provide the All About WOB event in a webinar session. This is a great alternative for those who are restricted by time or location. Please view our calendar for our next webinar.

Testimonials

"Thank you for a wonderful presentation last night! Your enthusiasm, drive and commitment has given me the pick-me-up I needed. I look forward to attending a couple of the workshops to sink my teeth into the opportunities available.

"I must say that the introductory evening was quite an eye opener! Claire's presentation was refreshingly motivating, and I was energised by her passionate commitment to be of support to other women and help push the boundaries of what seems impossible. I will see you again at another WOB event soon!"

Leadership in Focus: Networking Event

(offered face to face in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth  in November each year)

A special one-off event where members of the syndicates from our Next Generation of Female Leaders program share what they learnt from interviewing Australia's leading CEOs and company directors.

Next Gen is a high level learning and development program for women in key management or executive roles. It increases the visibility of high potential women within their organisations and industries and provides them with the confidence and capacity to successfully engage with senior leadership and boards. 
 
A key aspect of the program is 'Project Getting Ahead' which requires participants to work in syndicates to interview a minimum of two leaders from any sector and work this into their presentation at the end of the program. The insights gained are invaluable and make for a great and interactive event.