Seminars

Date And Time:
Wednesday: 17 July 2019 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm NZST
Location:

Canterbury Club, 129 Cambridge Terrace. Christchurch

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Early Bird Registration
On or Before 10 June 2019
$225.00 + Booking Fee

Registration
11 June 2019 – 9  July  2019
$250.00 + Booking Fee

Two for One : Bring a colleague and be in the draw to win a refund of your Registration.

Contact Peggy for more information:peggyb@xtra.co.nz

WomenLeadingWell

A workshop designed for talented tall poppies who lead with passion, integrity and vision.

 

Dr Peggy Burrows facilitates this exciting professional learning opportunity.  Don’t miss your opportunity to work with an internationally recognised 21st Century leader committed to empowering you to build your own leadership capacity.
“Research highlights that women tend to get fewer and less favorable leadership development experiences and that the experiences they have are often discounted by employers.” (Clerkin & Wilson, 2017).
Join Peggy in either Wellington or Christchurch in July 2019 and develop your leadership skills, knowledge, expertise and resources to equip you to be a confident, connected and successful 21st Century leader.

 Point of Difference

This important professional learning opportunity offers an experience that is:
  • Personalised to you and your professional learning needs
  • Facilitated by an experienced, qualified and passionate educator
  • Focussed on strategies for identifying your leadership strengths
  • Designed to assist you to develop strategies to build your personal leadership capacity
  • The first step in your professional networking journey

Why You Should Attend?

This workshop is designed to empower women from diverse leadership backgrounds who share a passion for collaborative leadership approaches.

Take your place at the table if you are looking for an opportunity to build:

  • Your leadership capacity
  • Lasting professional networks
  • A deep understanding of the importance of collaborative, co-constructed leadership approaches
  • Confidence
  • Bi-cultural and kaupapa Māori leadership practices

 Learning Objectives

  • Develop strategies that will assist you to ask for and accept leadership opportunities.
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the principles of authentic leadership
  • Explore the powerful connection between inclusive practices and increased productivity
  • Explore personal values, beliefs and purpose, in relation to leadership development
  • Identify key strategies to achieve quality work-life balance
  • Build strategies that support, monitor, and maintain sustainable professional leadership practices

Hospitality

  • Morning Tea
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon Tea