2018 Women's Leadership Program

We know organisations that attract and develop women leaders draw on a deeper and more diverse pool of executive talent. More than ever before in this complex and rapidly changing environment, women leaders need to be developed and empowered to achieve their potential.

About the Program 

Designed for C-suite, executive leaders, and developed by women leaders for women leaders, this program takes you out of your comfort zone and into a journey of self-discovery and development, exploring leadership across complex boundaries, with and without authority.

Over 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-awareness, empowerment 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.


Program Inclusions

 Three full-days facilitated leadership intensive

  • Accommodation and all meals at Chateau Yering

  • High-profile speakers

  • 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

  • Gender-specific format for addressing the unique issues women face

  • Building networks with peers across sectors


Program Dates 2018  

Intensive 3-day residential program held at Chateau Yering, Yarra Valley.

Day 1:  Wednesday 20 June
Day 2:  Thursday 21 June
Day 3:  Friday 22 June


Program Fees 

Book before 2 April 2018 to take advantage of our Earlybird discount.  



Not for Profit




Prices are ex-GST

Scholarships are available for this program.  


Apply Now 

Applications for this year are now closed.

Read our Terms and Conditions 


Speakers and Sessions Include

Carmel Arthur, previously held positions on the The Adult Parole Board of Victoria and the Sentencing Advisory Council

Carmel will speak on learning from loss, resilience, survival and moving forward

Karen Curnow, Author of The Flipside of Misfortune – a book she wrote after surviving the Victorian Black Saturday bushfires

Kim Krejus, Founder of 16th Street Actors Studio and AFI Best Actress nominee

Clever Fool Creative, A team of professional actors taking you through improvisation activites, including active listening, confidence building, risk taking, creative thinking, flexibility, innovation, communication, teamwork and leadership.

Eva Brookes, Asia Pacific Director of Recruiting, EY