Inspiration Before Breakfast: ‘What does it take to be a ‘Woman of influence’?’
Date(s) - 22/10/2014
7:00 am - 8:30 am
Hosted by McCullough Robertson, Level 16, 55 Hunter Street, Sydney
Ever wondered how to have a voice of influence at the table, whether that is at the boardroom table, at the negotiating table, in your team meeting or even at the kitchen table? Influencing senior stakeholders and maintaining strategic networks of influence takes work – it doesn’t automatically happen overnight.
On 22 October 2014, the WLN will host its third “Inspiration before Breakfast” event with Dr Catherine See from the Gravitas Leadership Group who will to share with us what it takes to be a ‘Woman of influence’? During this session Dr Catherine See (Cathy) will discuss the sometimes controversial space of how women can best navigate cultural and organisational dynamics to influence positively within their roles. Cathy will explore with us the ‘X Factors’ of influencing others and browse the research around how best to support talented women to thrive.
These informal seminars are about building your passion for your career and give you some food for thought to make your experience in law a more positive one. We hope to see you secure your place for a morning filled with ideas, breakfast assortments and coffee – all before you start your work day.
The “Inspiration Before Breakfast” event series is proudly hosted by McCullough Robertson Lawyers, who have offices nationally across Australia. All WLN events are designed to allow personal development, inspiration and networking to fit within life as a busy lawyer. This event will start at 7am with networking over breakfast and finish at 8:30am sharp so you can make it to work on time. As always, you are welcome to invite any colleagues, friends or clients – male or female – as your guests for just $20.
Members Complimentary; Non-Members & Guest $20pp. Tickets limited so book early!
Cathy is a business consultant who provides strategic advice in relation to leadership, organisational strategy and capability management across professional services environment. She has strong research interests in workplace learning and leadership development having completed her doctoral studies considering post-graduate learning in private law firms. Cathy delivers pre-partner leadership programs for private law firms in Australia and executive coaching across a number of Australian organisations. She holds a Bachelor of Nursing, a Master of Business Administration and a Doctor of Business Administration.
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