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Gain Leadership Skills: Next Generation of Female Leaders Webinar
Date Monday, 27 November 2017
Time 27 Nov 12:00 - 27 Nov 13:00
Venue Webinar Webinar Webinar
Pricing Free Event
Guests Not Allowed
Register by Monday, 27 November 2017
The Women on Boards team invites you to join us to find out about our Next Generation of Female Leaders program for 2018.

The Next Generation of Female Leaders is a high level personal learning and development program for women aspiring to leadership roles. It aims to provide participants with the following outcomes: 

- Increased visibility within their organisations, professions and sectors 
- Capacity and confidence to engage with peers, senior management and boards 
- Skills to become more impactful leaders. Find out more about the program. 

Join this webinar to find out more about the program and ask questions if you are unsure whether it's the right fit for you. The webinar will give you a better understanding of how this program can benefit you and what's involved. 

We would love for you to join us!

Comments from past participants:

“The course provided extensive exposure to leadership theory, the opportunity to hear from leaders across a range of industries and opened many doors to thought leaders across the broader business community which we interviewed as part of the syndicate project work. The combination of the course work, one-on-one coaching sessions, plus the insights gained from the leaders I interviewed and guest speakers who spoke during the program, enabled me to reflect on my own leadership journey to date and the type of leader I want to be. I have used these insights to focus on my strengths and build a roadmap for the next chapter of my career.” Jacinta Barnes, Strategy Manager, Castrol Australia Pty Ltd

“‘Next Gen’ has kick started a career repositioning process and much more for me. The WOB combination of powerful workshop sessions coupled with the opportunity to access some amazing senior leaders for interview and fact finding has been extraordinary. The group work was highly challenging, these sessions provided opportunities to argue ideas, share the latest theories and opinions.
I was challenged from the outset and have left inspired and with the access to great career coaches and the wider network, this inspiration is fast turning into action. ‘Next Gen’ has been amazing, exhausting and a real opportunity for career and personal growth!” Di Beauchamp, Chair of the Governance & Risk committee of our board (Good Grief), Non-Executive Director Good Grief Pty Ltd, Marketing and Management Consultant