18-19 Sep 2024
Gadigal Land | Sydney Pullman & Online

Women in STEMM Leadership Summit

Celebrating the leadership and triumphs of women in technical fields

Empowering women to thrive in male-dominated fields

The Hatchery’s Women in STEMM Leadership Summit is a platform to showcase the unique experiences and diverse career journeys of the leading women in technical fields across Australia and the globe. 

From navigating the transition from technician to leader to building resilience and leading authentically, this summit will equip women with the practical tools and insights they need to thrive as leaders. 

Celebrating the achievements of pioneering women and the diversity of leadership in STEMM, this summit will ultimately uncover strategies for breaking barriers, overcoming challenges and supporting a more inclusive future for all in STEMM.

Speakers

Why attend

Who will attend

  • Current & emerging female, non-binary & gender diverse leaders from public and private sector organisations in STEMM industries, and/or job functions
  • HR, Inclusion, Diversity & Capability Professionals & Leaders
  • Learning & Development Leaders
  • Male allies & champions of change

Agenda

Workshops
17 September 2024
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

In this highly informative and practical workshop, you’ll embark on a journey of leadership transformation as you explore the nuanced art of building and leading highly engaged, high-performing teams. Delve into the intricacies of articulating a compelling vision that resonates with – and unites – your team, fostering collaboration and alignment of effort. Gain invaluable insights and actionable strategies that will empower you to open the lines of communication, cultivate a culture of transparency and trust, drive success, and leave a lasting legacy in your organisation.

Attend & learn

  • Learn how to craft a compelling vision to inspire & motivate your team
  • Discover how to foster collaboration to build a culture of teamwork
  • Enhance your communication skills to promote transparency & trust
  • Uncover how to drive strategic alignment to achieve extraordinary results
  • Lead with passion and purpose, empowering teams to go above & and beyond
Catherine Hollyman

Catherine Hollyman

Founder | Leadership Communication Strategist & Coach

Behind The Scenes Communications

20 September 2024
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

This transformative workshop is designed to elevate your leadership presence and expand your impact. Through dynamic exploration and process of self-reflection, you’ll learn to define and cultivate your unique leadership brand, fostering a strong reputation both internally and externally. Discover powerful communication strategies to instil confidence and trust, forging deeper connections with your team and stakeholders and unlock the principles of persuasion to enhance your influence and drive meaningful change as a leader.

Attend & learn

  • Learn how to develop your leadership identity to shape your reputation
  • Discover how to build trust & confidence through clear communication
  • Understand how to boost your impact by mastering persuasion techniques
  • Find out how to strengthen your leadership presence to broaden your influence
  • Lead transformative change to unlock your leadership capacity
Catherine Hollyman

Catherine Hollyman

Founder | Leadership Communication Strategist & Coach

Behind The Scenes Communications

Logistics
18-19 September 2024
18-19 September

Venue 

Gadigal Land | Sydney, NSW

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park | 36 College St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Online 
Learn from anywhere with our interactive online technology.

Pricing

Pricing

Save until 21 June

$2,199

+GST

Save until 26 July

$2,499

+GST

Save up until 16 August

$2,599

+GST

Save up until 30 August

$2,699

+GST

Standard rate after early bird specials

$2,799

+GST

Save up until 21 June

$1,899

+GST

Save up until 26 July

$2,199

+GST

Save up until 16 July

$2,299

+GST

Save up until 30 August

$2,399

+GST

Standard rate after early bird specials

$2,499

+GST

$3,799

+GST

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