Programs

Women's Leadership Program

What:           Women’s Leadership Program 2017, three-day residential

When:          Wednesday 24 – Friday 26 May 2017

Where:         Chateau Yering, Yarra Valley

Investment:  From $3,500 +GST (early-bird)

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Price includes three-day facilitated leadership intensive, accommodation at Chateau Yering, psychometric profile and debrief and a one-on-one coaching session.


 

Recent studies show that organisations with women executives at the helm generally thrive and drive more returns than those led solely by men.

Over a three-day intensive, inspirational female leaders will come together to share their leadership experiences, their personal and professional stories and empower you to reach your full leadership potential.

Using the three components of self-awarenessempowerment and activation, the program will focus on aiding participants to recognise their strengths, build an ongoing support network of peers from a range of industries and sectors, and develop the skills and confidence to achieve their leadership potential. You will make progress in the face of barriers you haven’t even seen yet.

Join this intimate group of female leaders at the iconic Chateau Yering, Yarra Valley, for three days of powerful self-reflection, leadership development and peer networking.

This program is suitable for:

C-Suite Executives, Board Directors, Senior Managers and emerging leaders. This program is ideal for developing experienced managers who are showing characteristics of the next generation of leaders, or who are in roles that require them to go beyond traditional management competencies to achieve organisational objectives.

Program Highlights:

  • High-profile speakers
  • One-on-one coaching
  • Psychometric assessment and debriefing
  • Harvard peer consultation method, focused on individual workplace challenges
  • Improvisation exercises and hands-on, scenario-based learning activities
  • Deep-dive into complex leadership issues
  • Focus on gender
  • Building networks with peers across sectors

What you will learn:

Three components of self-awareness, empowerment and activation:

  • Self-Awareness: developed through a range of experiential learning activities, psychometric profiling, feedback and coaching, you will develop an understanding of authentic leadership and building a courageous sense of self
  • Empowerment: develop skills in influencing, negotiation,  effective communication, assertiveness and resilience 
  • Activation: the final phase enables you to build your capability in strategy, networking and connectedness,  and design your individual activation pathway

Contributors:

 

BRONWYN PIKE, Former Education and Health Minister in the Victorian State Government
Currently on Boards of Western Health and UnitingCare. Formerly Board Member for GreenPeace Australia. In addition to her 13 year parliamentary career, Bronwyn has a long history of advocating for social change
CHRIS KOTUR, Leadership Victoria’s Leader in Residence 
Chris is a highly regarded independent Chair, former Pro-Vice Chancellor, and currently Company Director and strategic advisor to CEOs and Boards.She facilitated consultations for two Royal Commissions (2009 Bushfires Royal Commission and 2015 Royal Commission into Family Violence).
CARMEL ARTHUR, Victoria Police, Victorian Parole Board
Carmel Arthur tells a powerful story of overcoming adversity to demonstrate leadership and resilience.
JACQUI COOPER, Olympic Aerial Skier
Jacqui’s inspirational example shows the importance of setting a personal vision,
MONIQUE CONHEADY, Co-Founder of FlexiCars
Monique is a passionate and energetic entrepreneur and business woman.
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An expert panel on WOMEN AND REMUNERATION with senior practitioners in HR, Recruitment, and Gender Equality in the workplace.

 

Facilitators:

Carla Kurzbock, Senior Facilitator, Leadership Programs - Leadership Victoria

Carla is a Leadership Development specialist who enjoys partnering with organisations to build leadership capability and drive organisational change. An engaging coach and facilitator, she works collaboratively with leaders to help them realise their potential, and create the kind of culture that drives engaged teams and a high performing organisation.    

Carla has 15 years’ experience in managing end to end Organisational Development and Learning projects, including international roles as a Senior Manager - Organisational Development within Ernst and Young (in Europe and Australia) from 2000 to 2011.   

Oenone Serle, Senior Facilitator, Leadership Programs - Leadership Victoria 

Oenone is a learning designer and facilitator. She has delivered leadership and learning programs for more than twenty years in the private, government and not-for-profit sectors. Her drive is to support individuals and organisations to achieve their potential, to celebrate diversity, and to focus on the deep and lasting positive social and business impact that can be created.

Oenone brings curiosity and enthusiam to facilitation. She is a keen lifelong learner, and loves the connection and network-building that emerge from development programs.

Scholarships:

2 x part-scholarships are available for this program. Scholarship recipients are required to pay an individual contribution of $2,500 +GST. Learn more about our scholarship terms and how to apply.

Scholarship close date: Monday 10 April 2017


 

Above: Women's Leadership Program 2016

"I was very pleased to be invited to speak at the inaugural Leadership Victoria Women’s Leadership program in 2015 and am looking forward to it again in 2016. I am a great believer in the need for women and men to work together to bring a shift in gender equity. I also strongly recommend building networks and encourage women to take advantage of this program to develop their leadership skills and stretch themselves to advance their careers."

- Kate Jenkins, Federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner.

Above: Women's Leadership Program 2015


Program Graduates Say:

"Leadership Victoria’s Women’s Leadership program was a great experience that has stayed with me ever since attending. The intensive three days was inspiring and fun, with some great speakers and excellent companions to discuss the course with. I’d recommend it to anyone who wants to remind themselves of the benefits and challenges of leadership and find out ways to maximise and identify career opportunities. Who wouldn't be inspired after three days in the Yarra Valley with a group of amazing women?"

- Megan Breen, Communications Manager, Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission

 "This program presented the perfect opportunity to develop my leadership skills and identify areas of development - with the added value of being focussed on women's leadership, which provided me with unique insights and perspectives."

- Rebecca Stenhouse, General Manager, Continuous Improvement and Development - Corporate, Toll Group

"An exceptional opportunity to reflect on leadership from a range of perspectives and to learn from outstanding presenters, facilitators an inspiring group of women. I highly recommend the program to women seeking to build their personal leadership."

- Penny Lovett, HR Professional. Former Executive General Manager Human Resources, Dulux Group.


For more information, contact us: info@leadershipvictoria.org; P: (03) 96516590

Read our Terms and Conditions here.

The Women’s Leadership Program delivered by Leadership Victoria is presented in three modules:
Module 1 (Day 1) – Self-Awareness
ï‚· Understanding Self ï‚· Values, Motivations, Ethics ï‚· Psychometric profiling ï‚· Case discussion ï‚· Workplace challenge
Module 2 (Day 2) – Empowerment
ï‚· Empowerment partnering ï‚· Bouncing Forward ï‚· Real Play ï‚· Power of Intentional Impact
Module 3 (Day 3) – Activation
ï‚· Provocation ï‚· Women’s Leadership and the Big Issues ï‚· Workplace challenge ï‚· Personal Branding ï‚· Activation Pathways