Roundtable sessions allows for extended discussion among a small group and are excellent for giving and receiving targeted feedback and engaging in in-depth discussions.
How it works:
There are 5 roundtable sessions, each 30 minutes in length and each focusing on a different topic. Delegates will have the opportunity to participate in 2 roundtable sessions. Each session begins with a 5 minutes introduction on the chosen topic, followed by 20 minutes of discussion and feedback. The session ends with 5 minutes of “wrap-up” on the discussion.
Getting heard, getting credit, and making a difference at work
Georgie Taylor, Divisional Head, People & Culture, Cbus Super Fund
Tackling gender bias to improve organisational performance
Georgia Ellis, Mindset Specialist, Leadership Strategy & Cultural Change Consultant, Blue Chip Minds
Workplace flexibility for both men and women
Martine Letts, CEO, Committee for Melbourne
Managing conflict with authenticity, courage and transparency
, Executive Director, Talent and Organisational Effectiveness, Telstra
Becoming an influential leader: Living and leading with courage and conviction
Ruth McGowan, Board Member, Victorian Women’s Trust