Join us for this special one-off event as members of the Qld syndicate from our 2017 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.
Format for Leadership in Focus
Members of the program alumni will lead us into the evening, sharing experiences, learnings and key takeaways from their exchange with leaders.
The presentation will be followed by a guided panel discussion with directors that have been interviewed as part of the program to discuss leadership on a grander scale. The session will be facilitated by Claire Braund, Executive Director at Women on Boards and then discussion opened to the floor.
Come prepared with questions and comments for the panel and ready to engage with the WOB network to make some great personal and business connections.
Chatham House rule applies.
2017 Next Gen Participants - Qld
- Alana Allard - Legal Counsel and Company Secretary, Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal
- Fiona Daly - Senior Legal Counsel, Energy Developments
- Kathryn Finlayson - Special Counsel, MinterEllison
- Rachelle Foreman - Health Director, Heart Foundation
- Bronwyn Nicholson - General Manager, I-MED Radiology Network
- Amanda Ralph - Senior Corporate Counsel, Allianz Global Assistance
- Kiran Sarai - Director, National Australia Bank
Next Gen Syndicate Advisor - Susan Forrester
Susan is an accomplished, professional company chair and director with a background in law, business and corporate governance. She held executive management roles in corporate treasury and professional services firms for more than 20 years. In 2015, Susan served on 3 boards which undertook successful IPOs and listing on the ASX (NVC, OTW and XIP). Her current portfolio encompasses 4 ASX listed companies, UnitingCare Qld and South Bank Corporation. She also chairs the Audit and Risk Committee for Transport and Main Roads in Qld. Susan’s expertise at the board table encompasses strategy, governance within fast growing companies and oversight of large complex transactions.
With thanks to our corporate host