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Women in A/AA QLD Summit 2018

Wed 30 May 2018 (8:30am - 5:30pm)
Pullman Hotel
Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Ann St & Roma Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Member $499.00 Early Bird $459 (Closes 30 Apr 2018)
Non-member $599.00 Early Bird $559 (Closes 30 Apr 2018)
Member table of 8 (8 tickets) $3,750.00 Early Bird $3450 (Closes 30 Apr 2018)
Non-member table of 8 (8 tickets) $4,550.00 Early Bird $4150 (Closes 30 Apr 2018)
Students (limited spaces available) $225.00

Women in A/AA QLD Summit 2018

The 4th annual QLD Women in Aviation/Aerospace Australia Summit will take place on 30 May at the Pullman Hotel, Brisbane, bringing together public, private, civil and defence sectors to move the needle on gender diversity. These summits are designed to facilitate change in our industry to a more diverse and gender inclusive workforce. In order to achieve this shift, senior executives and change makers are encouraged to attend. 2018 is focused on changing culture, this program is not to be missed. 


STRATEGIES AND POLICIES THAT ARE BETTER FOR WOMEN ARE BETTER FOR ALL 

Keynote: Nicole Pederson-McKinnon

/ Financial educator, commentator and author, as well as a qualified financial adviser and stockbroker

Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon is a long-time Fairfax money columnist, television finance commentator, financial literacy educator,moneysmart.gov,au presenter and women’s campaigner. Formerly an editor with The Australian Financial Review and the UK's Financial Times Business, she promotes ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching Program and tools all over the country via her Smart Money Start multi-media financial literacy presentations to high school students. Fairfax Media’s popular ‘Money Mentor’ and ‘Nicole Helps’ columnist, Nicole has won the top award for personal finance journalism in both the United Kingdom and Australia, and is often called on to give commentary on radio and television.


Strategic Leadership: Does Gender Matter?

Air Commodore Sue McGready / Director General, Defence Force Recruiting  


Emotional Intelligence and its impact in the workplace

Andrea House / ARH System Chief Engineer, Airbus Australia Pacific


‘Taking time out’

Personal stories where men or women have supported their partners when they have taken time out - hear from both the male and female perspective on what works well and what can be a challenge.

Moderator: Professor Lisa Bradley

/ Assistant Dean (Teaching & Learning) QUT 

Lisa Bradley has research interests in the broad area of Quality of Work Life.  She is interested in investigating how people’s experience of work can be improved, whilst always maintaining or improving organisational outcomes.  She has looked at issues such as: discrimination at work; selection and performance appraisal processes; organisational culture; and most recently, work-life balance.  Her research is applied and she works directly with organisations to ensure better practice can occur.

PANEL

  • Associate Professor Vicky Browning / Director Client Programs, QUT

  • Major Fiona McInante / Pilot and Training Instructor, The Australian Army

  • Michael List / Simulator Instructor (MMRT), CAE


Engaging men in the gender diversity journey and how to make workplaces more inclusive for women and men: Troy Roderick

/ Independent Inclusion & Diversity Advisor; Strategic Advisor, Male Champions of Change; Executive Ambassador, Catalyst Australia; Former Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Telstra.

 

 

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Phone: 1300 889 459
Email: events@aviationaerospace.org.au


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