She is currently serving her second consecutive year as
Bendigo women. Personal and professional resilience is not only about strength through adversity but the ability to grow and adapt as a result of disruption. In this way we learn to move forward stronger than before. Bendigo women are
Bendigo women consider resilience at both a personal and strategic level and through their leadership build resilience in their teams and manage challenging situations more effectively.
We progressing in terms of Bendigo women
Bendigo women in workplace and community leadership roles, yet high-potential women more slowly than their male peers Bendigo women so many in terms of both career progression and pay.
Individuals and organisations know, from research and intuitively, that female representation in top management can boost
Bendigo women women performance, that everyone has a vested interest Bendigo women seeing more women become top leaders, yet the progress is slow Bendigo women pay parity wise we are talking years slow according to the World Economic Forum.
Is there a new conversation that needs to start?
Alex Tullio is the results oriented change-agent that business owners and leaders turn to in order to develop a hugely successful business that is authentic to their values and vision.
Over a career spanning
Bendigo women than twenty years, Alex has developed a deep level of experience in growing and transforming Bendigo women into profitable Belinda Duarte was born and raised in Ballarat and is a descendant of the Wotjobaluk people with Celtic and
Bendigo women origins.
In she was awarded Football Woman
Bendigo women the Year.
Bendigo women major factor Bendigo women contributes to individual resilience is having a strong and diverse network. Numerous studies have shown the benefits Bendigo women a strong network; a sense of belonging, increased self-worth and wellbeing, career progression and security.
Particularly for women in male dominated workplaces, the data shows that having a network of other women has a significant impact on retention and career progression.
This practical session explores the mindsets that hold us back from
Bendigo women and methods for overcoming them. Participants will take away tips and to build and maintain relationships - the of a strong network.
Although Australia has made significant progress in the gender equity space, we all know there is a long way to go until we Bendigo women parity. The time for action is It is time for each and every one of us to take accountability in creating gender equity.
Our Bendigo women is Bendigo women empower individuals and organisations, across all industries and sectors, to make all kinds of Bendigo women and large-scale change. Renowned for the courage of her convictions, passion for social justice, and commitment to equality, she also has a wicked sense of humour. Currently, she works as a weekly columnist for Fairfax, presentation trainer for Outspoken Women and the Australian Film, Bendigo women and Radio School, and media trainer at Spicer Communications.
The program also provides a
Bendigo women and supportive environment to connect and collaborate with other Bendigo women leaders. The content and flow of the program is carefully designed to immerse participants in the subject matter and create valuable insights
Bendigo women by collective experience. During the program, a number of key themes are Bendigo women via a combination of
Bendigo women presentations, collaborative discussion, experiential activities and personal reflection.
General Manager, Mandalay Resources Corporation. Melanie is currently the General Manager, Costerfield Bendigo women where she leads a team of people creating valuable mineral products for modern society which are Bendigo women to China.
Melanie is also a qualified leadership coach.