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Babes in Business Inspirational Series: Get a Life!

When:

Wed 27 Mar 2013, 12:00pm–2:00pm

Where: Treasury Hotel, 130 William Street, Brisbane CBD, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: KDPRConsultant

The secrets to achieving work life balance for busy professionals. Presented by psychologist Tric Gibson, a work life balance expert with 30 years professional experience and author of The 10 Un-Commandments for Success.

Tric is an entertaining and powerful presenter and will facilitate a panel of outstanding women leaders discussing their strategies for achieving balance in their professional lives.

Guest Speaker:
Tric Gibson: A gifted Corporate Trainer, Communications Expert, Presenter, Registered Psychologist (30 years), NLP Practitioner and Author of: Work/Life Balance and The 10 Un-Commandments of Success.

Tric is passionate about assisting clients to banish anxiety and get Work/Life balance back as a priority.Tric has developed many powerful and highly effective techniques to power business groups & individuals into top gear, assisting people to reframe their past experiences and unsupportive behavioural patterns to overcome worry and stress.

Tric is a board registered & Medicare authorized highly qualified and experienced Psychologist, Teacher, Career Counsellor and Business Coach.

Panellists:
Therese Kerr – the proud mother of both Miranda and Matthew Kerr, Patron of Kids Helpline and until recently the CEO of KORA Organics By Miranda Kerr.

In 2001 Therese was devastated by the news of tumours in her spleen. After subsequent operations and recovery, Therese developed “a passion for living life powerfully without exception.” Therese lives and breathes all things health and wellness, is a proponent and a true example of the benefits one receives from living a healthy, balanced and spiritual life. Above everything else, Therese radiates an air of grace and acceptance and shares her story of how her past used to, but no longer dictates or determines her future, or what’s possible in her life.

An avid supporter of Kids Helpline Therese strongly believes that every child has a right to have their voice or their cries for help heard. She is taking part in the trip to Peru for Kids Helpline in November, 2013 and has set herself a target of raising $20,000 for Kids Helpline prior to leaving.

Sally Healey – A finalist in the Tasmanian Telstra Business Woman awards in 2000, established Jigsaw Consulting Group in 2006 and is the co-author of the book “Women on Top” released in 2011.

A very painful period in Sally’s life in the mid-80s flamed her determination to overcome adversity and become a success. Finding her passion in coaching others, she ventured back to university to gain formal qualifications as a mature age student. Sally also began successfully managing privately-owned businesses with annual turnovers of up to two million dollars. Successfully applying strategies to build her contacts from zero, Jigsaw Consulting has become a market leader in the training, recruitment and coaching industry and now delivers throughout Australia.

Karen Vercoe – Has accumulated a 25 year work history that spans the fields of Law and HR. Karen holds a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Strategic Human Resources and Management Accounting, and is an accredited Workplace Health and Safety Officer for both the service and manufacturing industry.

Karen enjoyed a very successful career in a number of respected law firms throughout Queensland, holding various administration and management roles. Within a number of these firms, Karen was instrumental in the implementation of ISO 9001 Quality Assurance.

Karen has also held the position of National Human Resource Manager with a large Software Development and mail house where she further acquired the skills of Workplace Health and Safety and Risk Management.

Most recently Karen was employed by an International Law Firm, Clyde & Co to work with their regional offices in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and India. Karen implemented their Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans and addressed staff inefficiencies for their administration teams throughout the regions.