16th Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit

 

Pre Summit Workshop - 1/08/22
Summit Days - 2/08/22, 3/08/22
Post Summit Workshop - 4/08/22, 5/08/22
Location - Canberra, F2F


What you will get from the Event:

  • Inspirational stories from senior women leaders across the APS
  • Strategies for effectively managing change and uncertainty
  • Develop strong foundations to support your wellbeing
  • A toolkit to take the next step forward to progress your leadership career


The Australian Public Service is facing new and unexpected pressures, and it is its leaders who set the tone and bring everyone on that journey with them. As a leader you now need to know how to manage hybrid teams and build a positive and resilient culture in a digital and disrupted workforce. You need to know how to adapt to rapid change and master effective communication across multiple platforms. You need to find the right balance in an increasingly blurred working environment, and keep yourself and your people safe, healthy and productive. No easy task.


Liquid Learning is delighted to present its 16th Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit! We have invited some of the most senior and accomplished leaders from across the APS to share their incredible stories and insights into what it takes to be a leader in 2022. Across two full days of exclusive case studies, expert skills sessions, interactive panel discussions and immersive group learning, you will explore what it really takes to step up and make a difference. Walk away with the skills and strategies you need to become an inspirational leader - and unleash your potential!


Some of the speakers you will be hearing from include:

  • The Honourable Dame Annette King, High Commissioner of New Zealand to Australia
  • Liz Cosson, Secretary - Department of Veterans’ Affairs
  • Amanda Cattermole, Chief Executive Officer - Australian Digital Health Agency
  • Georgeina Whelan, Commissioner - ACT Emergency Services Agency
  • Dr Rowan Fox, Assistant Commissioner - Australian Tax Office
  • Fiona Sneath, Deputy Inspector-General - Royal Australian Navy

Click here
for the full speaker list and registration information.

 

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