Women in Leadership: influence and action

Women in Leadership: influence and action

QLD
Nov 07

This event was a success and well received by the audience.

CEDA was pleased to introduce the CEDA 2014 Women in Leadership series with this special series opening event.

 

Speakers

Lieutenant General David Morrison AO, Chief of Army, Australian Army
 

 Public event
 07/11/2013
 Brisbane City Hall, King George Square, Brisbane, QLD

 Women in Leadership
 Lunch (11.30am to 2.00pm)

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EVENT OVERVIEW

Through its Women in Leadership Series CEDA has been acknowledged as providing thought leadership on a complex and long discussed topic, providing new insights and a forum for debate for CEDA members, trustees and guests.

In this series leading speakers, thinkers and people of influence discuss, debate and inspire, sharing their experience and their thoughts on leadership and action.

The nature of a workplace can define a companies and an individuals success. Policies, systems and attitudes underpin the development and maintenance of an ethical organisation. The standards set by those in leadership plays an integral role in implementing and influencing workplace culture.

Genuine progress is prevented when underlying issues are not addressed. Are we overlooking critical factors for real change in workplace culture? How do you create and embed an ethical culture in an organisation? What can the individual and collective do to change engrained attitudes and behaviours?

The CEDA 2014 Women in Leadership Series is kindly supported by CEDA members ConocoPhillips, Griffith University Business School and Thiess. Further series sponsorship benefits are available - please contact Clint O'Brien Associate Director CEDA Queensland to discuss.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Lieutenant General David Morrison AO has served in the Australian Army since 1979. He was appointed Chief of Army in 2011. He introduced 'respect' as the fourth value of the Australian Army, alongside courage, initiative and teamwork and his strong public statement in response to allegations of unacceptable behaviour by Army members has been widely hailed as a mark of defining leadership.

SUPPORTED BY CEDA MEMBERS


ConocoPhillips
Griffith University Business School 3cm  
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Registration fees (including GST)

 

CEDA members and guests

$165 per person
$1485 table x 10

Non members

$275 per person
$2475 table x 10

 
 

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