The 4th Annual Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit 2017

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, February 17, 2017 - 16:30
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Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
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Transformations in the New Zealand Public Service have unlocked new and exciting pathways and opportunities for emerging talent to make their mark, and for established leaders to hone their skills. Recent years have seen traditional command and control hierarchies disrupted and increasingly supplanted by collaborative leadership models, creating a dynamic new palette for up-and-coming female leaders to draw from.

There are still cultural and systemic challenges to overcome, but ongoing developments have created exciting opportunities for ambitious leaders to step up and drive change across the Public Sector.

The 4th Annual Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit 2017 is designed to focus on the opportunities, rather than the obstacles, for women to progress their careers within this evolving sector. The Summit will provide an exceptional platform for women to share their practical advice and guidance on the key skills required to lead effectively and navigate a path to success.

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Explore:

  • Inspiration and advice from successful senior women within the Public Sector
  • Key skills for excellence in leadership in an evolving sector
  • Develop your authentic leadership style
  • Strategies to build resilience and overcome common career challenges and obstacles

Featured speakers:

  • Lieutenant Commander Kelly Begg, MIntlSy, RNZN Executive Officer / Director Navy Recruiting, Defence Recruiting Organisation New Zealand Defence Force
  • Deb Struthers Acting Chief Client Officer Ministry of Health
  • Rose Anne Macleod Chief Financial Officer Housing New Zealand
  • Lesley Hoskin Deputy Chief Executive Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Gaye Searancke Chief Governance and Strategy Officer Accident Compensation Corporation

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