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  1. EXPLORE Key Strategies and Solutions for Enhancing Leadership Effectiveness and Career Advancement in a Changing Environment The 2nd Annual Women in Leadership Queensland Summit 2015 Inspiring stories of transformational leadership and advice for emerging leaders EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 28 November 2014 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! Phone: +61 2 8239 9700 Fax: +61 2 8239 9777 www.liquidlearning.com.au Booking Code - P Strategies for optimal leadership effectiveness in a diverse and changing environment Refining your skillset and leadership capability for accelerated career advancement Tactics to cultivate personal and team peak performance and overcome common challenges Pre-Summit Workshop 16 March 2015 Summit 17 & 18 March 2015 Post-Summit Workshop 19 March 2015 Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre FEATURED SPEAKERS Jen O’Farrell General Manager, Strategy and Renewal Department of Transport and Main Roads Julie Mitchell Chief Engineer, Engineering and Technology Department of Transport and Main Roads Susan Middleditch Chief Executive, Health Support Queensland Department of Health Marcia Hoffmann Deputy Director-General, Corporate Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Department of Tourism, Major Events Small Business, and the Commonwealth Games Karyn Munsie Group Executive, Corporate Affairs, Investor Relations and Government Relations Bank of Queensland Julieanne Alroe Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Brisbane Airport Corporation Professor Jan Thomas Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer The University of Southern Queensland Gayle Hogan Assistant Commissioner, State Crime Command Queensland Police Georgie Somerset Vice President AgForce Queensland Belinda Watton General Manager, Human Resources Ergon Energy Tracey Lake Executive General Manager, Human Resources and People Development Allianz Global Assistance Kate Farrar Managing Director QEnergy Sonia Cooper Deputy Commissioner, Workforce Strategy and Performance Queensland Public Service Commission Vicki Batten Chief Executive Officer FSG Australia Karesse Biggs General Manager, Corporate Services Stanwell Corporation Limited Rachel Collis Director RJC Consulting Margaret Stolmack Chief Executive Officer Exceptional Talent Lynne Foley Chief Executive Officer and Principal Consultant PotentialPlus Solutions Antonia Mercorella Chief Executive Officer The Real Estate Institute of Queensland Heidi Suominen General Manager, Human Resources RACQ Katarina Carroll Acting Commissioner Queensland Fire and Emergency Services
  2. Women in Leadership and Management Australasia is an online community developed to network, discuss and share ideas with other Women in Australasian Business Leadership and men who are wanting to help improve the current leadership imbalance. The WILMA network has been created as an initiative to help improve the conversation surrounding gender equality in leadership positions across Australasia. WILMA aims to bring you informative and insightful blog posts and the opportunity to connect with others through the online forum. All WILMA Members receive 10% off the Standard Rate Sign up today at www.wilma.net.au 9.00 - 4.30 Developing your Business Acumen to Embrace Strategic Thinking and Enhance Leadership Effectiveness In order for aspiring leaders to reach executive levels, they must develop an understanding of the “big picture”. Developing business acumen through a solid framework will strengthen your leadership presence and effectiveness. The ability to think strategically to overcome challenges is an asset to any organisation and ultimately enhances your capacity to operate effectively at a higher level. Through this workshop, Margaret will equip participants with the advanced skills necessary to develop a strong business acumen. Through implementation of these strategies, leaders will develop their management and leadership skills in order to further their career progression. Explore: • Understanding the meaning and value of developing a strong business acumen • Identifying your business acumen and recognising it as a primary factor in fuelling the growth of business • Developing a practical contingency plan to reinforce and workplace strategies and goals • Generating an understanding of the ‘big picture’, recognising stakeholder values to reinforce relationships • Skills to become a proficient leader, developing the knowledge to be the best • Optimising your organic skills as a leader to build a savvy leadership style Expert Facilitator: Margaret Stolmack Chief Executive Officer Exceptional Talent Margaret Stolmack is one of the true pioneers of Executive Coaching and Mentoring in Australia. She has over 30 years’ experience improving the effectiveness of executives’ performance. Margaret sold her practice, The Stolmack Group, in 2010 and now works at the strategic level of organizations, helping them to design whole-of- organization talent programs that retain and engage talented performers and develop their potential. Margaret’s process explores all the options, from executive coaching to internal coaching programs, leadership development and mentoring. Our emphasis is on developing stringent internal accountability for both cost-effectiveness and performance. Margaret has worked with the cream of Australia’s businesses, government institutions and business leaders. She is widely experienced in industries as diverse as FMCG, Import / Export, Federal and State government, Banking and Finance, Property, Education, Accounting, Legal and many others. Margaret has also worked extensively in SE Asia. Margaret is a published author in her field, an experienced broadcaster and accomplished public speaker. Her publications include training programs on coaching skills and a manual on mentoring programs. Margaret was an inaugural board member of The International Coaching Federation and served on the committee of Standards Australia which formulated a Handbook of Coaching for the better management of the industry. Margaret is a strong believer in combining proven personal development techniques with an integrated, organization-wide strategy for talent development, supported by consistent measures for determining return on investment. Pre-Summit Workshop 16 March 2015 • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop ABOUT THE EVENT As workplaces become more adaptable to societal and cultural influences, we recognise that women are now undertaking more senior and influential roles throughout all industries. Whilst women still face gender inequality and general workplace challenges, women are becoming more assertive and driven to undertake these top level roles to gain career success. The 2nd Annual Women in Leadership Queensland Summit 2015 is an inspiring conference aimed to provide women in any industry the right skills to pursue their professional goals. The Summit will provide aspiring and senior female leaders the vital skills to generate an understanding of how to manage and coherently respond to challenges with the goal to build workplace resilience. Inspiring stories from accomplished women and expert leadership and career advice will provide delegates with a range of strategies and tools to overcome common career challenges, enhance their leadership effectiveness and create a balanced personal and professional life that provides both career success and satisfaction.
  3. Day One 17 March 2015 Developing Skills as an Aspiring L PLUS WORKSHOP! Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 16 & 19 March 2015 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $150 off registration if you register and pay by 20 February 2015 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.20 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Success and satisfaction - Lessons and rewards of a career in senior leadership Senior leadership success brings with it a diverse array of challenges. However, it can be immensely rewarding to reach the top of your field of choice and lead others to success. In this session, Karyn reflects upon her successful career in the corporate sector, sharing the lessons she has learned as an effective female leader, the challenges she faced along the way and rewards gained. Karyn explores: • The rewards and benefits of a career in senior level leadership • Her leadership journey to senior leadership in the Corporate Sector; challenges faced, career highlights and lessons learnt • Wisdom and inspiration for emerging female leaders Karyn Munsie Group Executive, Corporate Affairs, Investor Relations and Government Relations Bank of Queensland 9.20 - 9.30 Questions and Discussion 9.30 - 10.00 CASE STUDY Maintaining positive stakeholder relationships through leadership, communication and influence Leaders are often perceived to have outstanding communication and engagement skills that reinforce positive relationships between all stakeholders within and beyond an organisation. While many stakeholders share similar values and goals, it is important as a leader to adapt strategies to encourage positive outcomes in different scenarios. In this session, Kate will outline strategies to influence and manage stakeholder relationships in a variety of scenarios. Discuss: • Strategies to reinforce positive relationships between stakeholders • Leadership skills that are required to be an effective and efficient communicator and negotiator Kate Farrar Managing Director QEnergy 10.00 - 10.10 Questions and Discussion 10.10 - 10.40 CASE STUDY Building and developing a successful career in the public service Aspiring leaders are often caught under the glass ceiling throughout their careers. Although development opportunities in your career may seem scarce during particular stages, it is important to seek good advice and essential skills to build your portfolio as a future leader. As an effective leader, Deputy Commissioner Cooper has met the glass ceiling and evidently overcome the challenges in her career. In this session, she will cover her career through the public service and emergence as a senior leader. Discuss: • Knowledge and skills that are essential to enhance your leadership presence • Practical application of these skills leading into potential leadership roles • A look into the Deputy Commissioner’s journey of leadership success Sonia Cooper Deputy Commissioner, Workforce Strategy and Performance Queensland Public Service Commission 10.40 - 10.50 Questions and Discussion 10.50 - 11.05 Morning Tea 11.05 - 11.45 CASE STUDY Challenging traditional norms and breaking new ground - The experience of the first female REIQ CEO in 96 years Since its inception in 1918, the Real Estate Institute of Queensland – or the REIQ – has been the voice of Queensland real estate, representing thousands of industry professionals. In October, 2014 the REIQ Board appointed the Institute’s first ever female Chief Executive Officer, Antonia Mercorella, also the youngest person to ever lead the organisation. In this session, Antonia will cover her journey from a commercial solicitor to real estate leader and speak about her current efforts to balance family life with the corporate responsibilities of a busy Chief Executive Officer. Among other things, she will discuss: • Her vision to lead a renewed focus on members services at the REIQ • How she will bring her legal and government advocacy skills to bear in her role as Chief Executive Officer • Her own leadership story and some of the key career and life lessons she has learned so far Antonia Mercorella Chief Executive Officer The Real Estate Institute of Queensland 11.45 - 11.55 Questions and Discussion 11.55 - 12.35 CASE STUDY Leaders who manage workplace conflict and pick the right battles Varied views and differing values can often result in conflict within the workplace. As an effective leader it is important to implement strategies to manage diverse staff to generate productivity through a shared vision. As a senior leader, Assistant Commissioner Hogan leads teams with the intention to cut crime in the state and deliver on key objectives, goals and values that are key to achieving the police force mission. In this session, she will explore her career in a male dominated environment to discuss: • Strategies to best manage teams that are diverse and have differing values • Understanding the importance of having a shared goal and common interest • A leadership story of a successful leader in a male dominated culture • Picking your battles - Lessons from experience Gayle Hogan Assistant Commissioner, State Crime Command Queensland Police 12.35 - 12.45 Questions and Discussion 12.45 - 1.45 Networking Lunch 1.45 - 2.30 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effective strategies to balance your work and life commitments Juggling your work and personal life has never been so difficult. With workplaces making substantial cut backs to budgets and staff, executive management in all sectors are expected to make a little go a long way. This pressure is compounded by the scarcity of one of our most precious resources - time. This panel of female leaders will share tips and brain storm solutions on how you can find a healthy work life balance to satisfy your personal and professional needs. This panel will examine: • Streamlining your workload and prioritising your time, commitments and goals • Key practices of highly effective women and how they
  4. Leader SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 16 January 2015 juggle their personal and professional commitments • Tactics for building a successful support network to reinforce a positive and healthy lifestyle. Karesse Biggs General Manager, Corporate Services Stanwell Corporation Limited Tracey Lake Executive General Manager, Human Resources and People Development Allianz Global Assistance Belinda Watton General Manager, Human Resources Ergon Energy Heidi Suominen General Manager, Human Resources RACQ Katarina Carroll Acting Commissioner Queensland Fire and Emergency Services 2.30 - 3.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Fueling innovation through effective leadership Innovation drives organisational development which will transcend resistance to change. It is important to thoroughly assess processes within an organisation that lack relevance and functionality, and if determined to be obsolete, develop new strategies to improve the business. As a strategy and renewal expert, Jen will explore strategies that can strengthen any leaders capacity to innovate, initiate change and drive business improvement. Discuss: • Strategies to understand and assess areas that require improvement • Skills to build on and strengthen current processes to ensure effectiveness • Key areas that are important to engage as a leader to drive change, innovation and strategic renewal Jen O’Farrell General Manager Strategy and Renewal Department of Transport and Main Roads 3.10 - 3.20 Questions and Discussion 3.20 - 3.35 Afternoon Tea 3.35 - 4.10 CASE STUDY The privilege and peril of leadership As a leader, there are many experiences and challenges that are faced that flourish or diminish aspiring leaders. Effective leaders reflect on these lessons learnt to reinforce a leadership style that is adaptable and based on a career built on knowledge and experience. In this session, Professor Thomas will share key lessons from her leadership journey in tertiary education reflecting on the defining moments that represent the privileges and perils of leadership in her career. Discuss: • An inspiring journey of leadership - The perils and privileges of the Professors career • Strategies for managing and manoeuvring through a successful career as a leader in your field • Continuing to learn and grow as a leader to prepare for challenges ahead Professor Jan Thomas Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer The University of Southern Queensland 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 Concluding Remarks from the Chair 4.20 - 5.30 Networking Reception VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 28 November 2014 Day Two 18 March 2015 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.35 OPENING CASE STUDY An unexpected career in leadership Leadership isn’t an adjective and successful leadership is not determined by an individual’s charismatic traits. Rather, it is the sum total of lifelong learning, skills and capabilities developed along the way and generous sharing of knowledge. Marcia will explore her leadership journey, much of it spent in northern Australia, and how each experience, good and bad, has contributed to her capabilities, resilience and self awareness as a senior leader. Discuss: • An inspirational anecdote identifying lessons learnt and rewards gained • Practical solutions to developing a strong leadership presence Marcia Hoffmann Deputy Director-General, Corporate Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Department of Tourism, Major Events Small Business and the Commonwealth Games 9.35 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.25 CASE STUDY A look into a leadership story encouraged and reinforced by effective mentoring programs Successful leadership does not happen in a vacuum or without the involvement or direction of others. Effective leaders don’t discount the value and impact that a supportive mentor can have as an aid to developing their career as a leader. Susan has encouraged aspiring leaders through a culture change and mentoring program that has seen the interest of the entire Department of Health in Queensland. Through her knowledge and understanding of the importance of mentoring and sponsorship, Susan will cover areas of her leadership journey that has seen her flourish as an ideal leader for development. Discuss: • Tactics to generate skilled leaders through mentoring and executive sponsorship • Strategies to encourage positive relationships with aspiring leaders and executive management • Uncovering the key elements of Susan’s leadership style that has resulted in career advancement and success Susan Middleditch Chief Executive, Health Support Queensland Department of Health 10.25 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.30 CASE STUDY Key strategies for becoming a successful leader The success of any organisation relies on the talent, commitment and passion of its leaders. It is also critical that opportunities are given to staff at all levels to demonstrate leadership. There are two areas of focus for senior leaders - personal leadership, and the policy and system levers that can influence and encourage the desired leadership across the organisation. Reflecting
  5. Follow this event on Twitter using the event hashtag #WILQ15 and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone in the Pursuit of Excellence Phone: +61 2 8239 9700 Fax: +61 2 8239 9777 www.liquidlearning.com.au developing more specific skills that are particular to your industry. With a background in engineering, Julie will share her experience in successfully leading teams in complex and traditionally male dominated technical organisations. Julie will discuss: • Leadership skills developed throughout her career • Exploring lessons learnt from a career in engineering leadership • The value of developing leadership credibility in complex technical organisations Julie Mitchell Chief Engineer, Engineering and Technology Department of Transport and Main Roads 2.55 - 3.10 Questions and Discussion 3.10 - 3.25 Afternoon Tea 3.25 - 4.20 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Future directions for emerging female leaders in Queensland Throughout the state and the nation, women are significantly becoming a larger part of process and management of professional environments than ever before. However, despite much progress, many barriers remain in many organisations. This closing session provides a valuable opportunity to reflect, and further tap into the experiences and opinions of audience members. Participants will be invited to discuss: • How can organisations and managers continue to remove barriers preventing women from seeking and / or acquiring senior leadership positions? • What does it take for women to reach senior leadership? • What has worked previously in assisting women to advance? • Does the government have a role to play closing the gender representation gap and in assisting women to advance? • How can women position themselves to ensure they are on the radar for advancement Rachel Collis Director RJC Consulting 4.20 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close on her own successful leadership journey, Julieanne will explore: • How people become leaders and what good leadership looks like • Whether leadership can be learnt • What can organisations do to improve their leadership? Julieanne Alroe Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Brisbane Airport Corporation 11.30 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.20 EXPERT COMMENTARY Dynamic and transformatonal, yet humble, leadership - Being humble does not mean you cant be dynamic The dynamic leader speaks up, expressing his or her opinion when others don’t necessarily want to hear it. That same leader is savvy enough to know when it is best to be diplomatic or humble, and when it is best to keep quiet or retreat. They are not afraid to debate and to listen to divergent opinions. However, when long held values are challenged, the dynamic leader will not be afraid to stand by those values, no matter the criticism or challenge posed by an opponent. Vicki leads a team of dynamic leaders, encouraging the development of a transformational leadership style to enhance effectiveness and personal resilience. Discuss: • Understanding the essence and characteristics of dynamic and humble leaders • Recognising that transformational leadership requires transformational thinking Vicki Batten Chief Executive Officer FSG Australia 12.20 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.05 EXPERT COMMENTARY Understanding and generating a personal brand fit for you as an aspiring leader Commonly when women are asked about their title as a leader they are often reluctant or unsure of their standpoint or importance. Commonly these responses are not dependant on your confidence but heavily on the lack of a personal label and brand. These labels often define our roles and importance within an organisation and play a part in defining our leadership success. As a female leader with multiple labels, Georgie will discuss the importance of generating a label that is fit for you to pave a road to success. Discuss: • Generating a professional identity that boosts opportunities and promotes career development • Understanding your leadership style to promote a label and brand that is applicable to your role • Establishing your presence to initiate further development through values-based leadership Georgie Somerset Vice President AgForce Queensland 2.05 - 2.20 Questions and Discussion 2.20 - 2.55 CASE STUDY Leadership in technical organisations Throughout a career, many aspiring leaders are encouraged to build skills that are transferrable and adaptable to differing sectors and industries. While this is the general goal, it is also valuable to understand the importance of • Chief Executives • Managing Directors • Directors / Assistant Directors • General Mangers • Group Managers • Branch / Section Mangers • Human Resources • Team Leaders • Consultants • Academic Leaders • HR / Leadership Programs WHO WILL ATTEND
  6. ALSO AVAILABLE The 4th National Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit 2014 9 & 10 December 22014 Hyatt Hotel Canberra Women in Safety Leadership Summit 2015 28, 29 & 30 January 2015 Fraser Suites Sydney The Women in Media and Communications Leadership Summit 2015 24 & 25 February 2015 Rendezvous Grand Hotel Melbourne SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +61 2 8239 9700 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.com.au! To request an electronic version for easy circulation, email marketing@liquidlearning.com.au Post-Summit Workshop 19 March 2015 • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop Post-Summit Workshop 19th March 2015 9.00 - 4.30 Harnessing Your Full Potential as an Authentic Leader - Living Your Values and Developing the Mindset for Success The most effective leaders are often described as authentic, well grounded and confident in their ability to both inspire and empower their workforce. Through deepening your understanding of your own values and how they align with the organisation, you can develop a more authentic and effective leadership style. This interactive and experiential workshop incorporates recent discoveries in positive psychology to equip attendees with insights and tools for self- assessment required to harness the full potential of the leader within. Leaders will be provided with an opportunity to reflect upon their current results as well as exploring how to build strong foundations as a female leader. Lynne will outline key features of authentic leaders and how to incorporate this leadership style through positive reinforcement. Explore: • Setting goals that inspire and excite • Understand the operation of their mind and how to master a positive mindset • Reflect on current belief systems and how they determine results • Identify productive and unproductive habits • Understand the importance of perception as a leader • Create an image of the leader you seek to become • Determine a simple and achievable action plan Expert Facilitator: Lynne Foley Chief Executive Officer and Principal Consultant PotentialPlus Solutions Lynne is an accomplished Senior Executive and Chief Executive Officer, with a strong reputation and exemplary performance record in executive leadership and management, business transformation and organisational culture change. Lynne has held Regional Executive Director and Principal roles in large, complex, and diverse education organisations, operating across urban, regional, rural and remote Queensland. As an experienced Chief Executive Officer,in fully commercial vocational education and training (VET) organisations, Lynne’s background in senior executive and operational roles, with frontline leadership success, has grown a consulting capability in executive coaching, innovative strategy, leadership capability and team development, business transformation and cultural change and international commerce. Lynne has extensive high level knowledge of international program sales and delivery, and management of off-shore operations, focused on SE Asia. Lynne is an experienced executive coach and mentor. She has a passion for achieving organisational growth and change, creating commercial focus, and building strong committed teams focused on maximising operational goals and bottom line outcomes. Under her leadership, organisations have flourished exceeding revenue growth targets, bottom line outcomes, strong organisation culture measures and high client satisfaction results. As a result of serving the majority of her career in regional Qld, Lynne understands the key issues facing business leaders, and the complexity of developing strategy to overcome diversity, location and distance, community concerns and needs, and human resource shortages, that are particular to regional areas. Specialties: Executive coaching, motivational speaking, innovative strategic planning, leadership capability and team development, including MBTI and Saville Wave understanding and application, business transformation and cultural change, primary and secondary education, VET, international commerce, corporate governance.
  7. The 2nd Annual Women in Leadership Queensland Summit 2015 17 & 18 March 2015 Booking Form SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 16 January 2015 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $150 off registration if you register and pay by 20 February 2015 Registration Policy If you are unable to attend this event, you may send a substitute delegate in your place at no additional cost. Please advise us of any substitutions as soon as possible. Alternatively, you may transfer your registration to another event run by Liquid Learning Group Pty Ltd. A 10% service fee may apply. Should you wish to cancel your registration, please notify us in writing as soon as possible and a credit note will be issued valid for use towards any future event held by Liquid Learning Group Pty Ltd in the twelve months following date of issuance. 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