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When:

Wed 19 Feb 2014, 8:30am–5:30pm
Thu 20 Feb 2014, 8:30am–5:30pm

Where: Marriott Hotel, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: LiquidLearning

Strategies, Inspiration and Solutions for Current and Emerging Female Leaders’ Career Success in Higher Education

EXPLORE
• Inspiring stories of transformational leadership
• Practical solutions to common career challenges
• Key strategies and skills to lead a diverse workforce in a complex and ever-evolving environment
• Tactics to cultivate personal and team peak performance to support the advancement of women
FEATURED SPEAKERS
• Professor Jane den Hollander Vice-Chancellor
Deakin University

• Professor Ann Brewer Deputy Vice Chancellor, Strategic Management and Chief Executive Officer, Centre for Continuing Education and Sydney Learning Pty Ltd
The University of Sydney

• Professor Celia Hammond Vice-Chancellor
The University of Notre Dame, Australia

• Professor Jennelle Kyd Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost
Swinburne University of Technology

• Professor Gill Palmer Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

• Professor Eeva Leinonen Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Education
The University of Wollongong

• Professor Denise Kirkpatrick Pro Vice-Chancellor, Student Experience
The University of Adelaide

• Professor Kim Langfield-Smith Pro Vice-Chancellor, Academic Performance
Monash University

• Professor Wai Fong Chua AM Pro Vice-Chancellor, Students
The University of New South Wales

• Professor Jennie Shaw Executive Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
The University of Adelaide

• Professor Carolyn Evans Dean, Melbourne Law School
The University of Melbourne

• Professor Jill White Dean, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery
The University of Sydney

• Professor Bernadine Van Gramberg Dean, School of Business
Swinburne University of Technology

• Associate Professor Kylie Message Head of School of Archaeology and Anthropology
The Australian National University

• Dr Nina Maadad Associate Head Learning and Teaching, School of Education
The University of Adelaide

• Dr Carol Adams Director
Integrated Horizons
Professor
Monash Institute of Sustainability

ABOUT THE EVENT
Women are still significantly underrepresented in senior level leadership across Australian Higher Education Institutions. While there has been some progression in recent years, a diverse array of obstacles still continue to make it difficult for women to access and acquire these leadership positions. The National Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit 2014 addresses these challenges and provides practical strategies and solutions to both existing and emerging female leaders to enhance their leadership proficiencies and potential and meet their career goals.
Inspiring stories from female Higher Education leaders and expert leadership advice will provide delegates with a range of tactics and techniques to overcome common career obstacles, develop an effective leadership plan and create a personal and professional life that provides both success and satisfaction.