Executive women’s leadership symposium

Workplace Training Advisory Australia is holding a leadership symposium for corporate women, May 17 to 18 at The University Club. Topics to be discussed include workplace diversity: trends, issues and opportunities; driving organisational choices: finding women to fill the pipeline; engaging male champions to advance women leaders; understanding unconscious and subtle forms of discrimination; and the social dynamics of gender-based stereotyping. Speakers include: Julie Bishop - Minister for Education, Science and Training; Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Women’s Issues; Cheryl Gwilliam – director general, WA Dept of Local Government and Regional Development; Leonie Still – retired director, Centre for Women and Business, UWA; Lesley Wiles – Integrity Staffing; Jane Tubb – senior partner, Global Pathways Pty Ltd; Simon Brown-Greaves – general manager consulting, Chandler Macleod; and Emma Laing – executive leadership specialist. Registration costs $2420. For more information contact WTAA on 1300 138 037 or email

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