The 9th National Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit 2017

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Monday, February 13, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, February 17, 2017 - 16:30
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Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

Liquid Learning is proud to present The 9th National Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit 2017. 

In recent years there has been a significant drive towards achieving equilibrium at the top levels and while progress has been made, there is still a long way to go. Aspiring leaders looking to step up in higher education need to thoroughly prepare themselves on a personal and professional level for promotion. It is essential to develop a robust leadership skill set and maintain a focus on seizing career opportunities as they arise.

The 9th National Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit 2017 is the premier event for aspiring female leaders in the sector to develop essential skills and equip themselves with strategies to enhance their capabilities in a changing environment. The Summit will be filled with inspirational stories and guidance from female front runners and experts. It will provide a platform for discussion as well as networking opportunities to potentially build career-defining relationships and help you on your way to obtaining your professional ambitions.  

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  • Positioning yourself for career advancement
  • Developing resilience and managing stress levels
  • Navigating the pressures of personal and professional expectations
  • Leveraging essential skills to thrive in higher education

Featured speakers:

  • Professor Jillian Broadbent Chancellor University of Wollongong
  • Professor Susan Elliott Deputy Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International) University of Melbourne
  • Professor Joanne Wright Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) University of Queensland
  • Nick Burton Taylor Chancellor Southern Cross University
  • Professor Katherine Belov Pro Vice-Chancellor Global Engagement University of Sydney

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