Women in - Liquid Learning

Jan 25, 2018 - Rochelle Reynolds. Company Secretary. V/Line. Deborah Grace. Head of Operations and Engagement,. Human Capital. Laing O'Rourke.
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Women in

Roads, Rail and Transport Infrastructure

Leadership Summit Essential strategies for success in leadership and advancing your career in the Roads, Rail and Transport Infrastructure environment

FEATURED SPEAKERS Meegan Sullivan Executive Director, Strategic Development RPS Australia Asia Pacific Glen Steedman Chief Commercial Officer Pacific National Jayne Whitney Chief Strategy Officer John Holland Damien White Chief Executive Officer TasRail Lorie Argus Chief of Parking and Ground Access Melbourne Airport Katie Singleton Head of Rail Control Solutions Bombardier Transportation Australia Caryn Anderson Executive General Manager Port of Melbourne Megan McCracken General Manager, Safety, People & Corporate Affairs Arc Infrastructure Angelique Easton Director, Planning and Environment, M4-M5 Link Westconnex, Sydney Motorway Corporation Kathy Lazanas General Manager Group, Corporate Affairs & Communications Transdev Sandra Veli Director, EHS & Rail Safety ANZ Alstom Transport Australia Tanya Johnstone Director, Transformation NSW TrainLink Rochelle Reynolds Company Secretary V/Line Deborah Grace Head of Operations and Engagement, Human Capital Laing O’Rourke Ngaire Walkinshaw General Manager, Corporate Accounting Australian Rail Track Corporation Martin Ryan Executive General Manager, Travel and Tourism Queensland Rail Collette Burke Chief Engineer of Victoria and Director VicTrack

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Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!^

2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering pathways for progression’ Pre-Summit Workshop 28 May 2018 Summit 29 & 30 May 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 31 May 2018

Swissôtel, Sydney Inspiration and advice from accomplished leaders Overcome workplace challenges Grow high-performance teams Advance your career in a male-dominated industry EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

Phone: +61 2 8239 9711 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - QL

Pre-Summit Workshop 28 May 2018 9.00 - 4.30

Impactful leadership through change Thriving in the midst of ongoing change and transformation requires strong management skills suited for leading through change. As a leader, you need to be committed to new learning, persistence and have a passion to succeed. You must take the initiative to develop your skills and build your aptitude for leadership. Traditional approaches to management can be static and insufficient when competing in an interconnected business world. To get ahead, you need to adapt, innovate, communicate effectively and demonstrate resilience in the face of disruption. This full-day interactive workshop will delve into the skills needed to make an impact as a leader. With an exploration of common challenges, you will learn the strategies to navigate turbulence and deal with the responsibilities of leadership in the modern business world. You will walk away with a firm understanding of what it takes to be an effective leader and how to reach your career potential. Creating a culture of effective decision-making • Encourage complex group problem-solving • Develop skills for effective interpersonal behaviour • Lead your teams to productive decisions Communicate authentically • Develop essential communication skills • Let go of your limitations and build courage • How to have honest and difficult conversations Support yourself and others through change • Build resilience and the resilience of your team • Navigate change with confidence • Translate challenge to opportunity Develop an action plan for the future • Pave the way for your future career as an impactful leader • Explore areas of growth • Apply new learnings

Expert Facilitator: Robyn Greaves Founder, Motivational mentor, Coach, Facilitator The 3rd Chapter Robyn is a seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in leadership development, organisational change and career transition. She has broad experien