7 Ways Female Leaders Can Excel

CSU Professional Development Workshop Series

Improve your professional knowledge in a collaborative environment. We have partnered with CSU and designed a series of interactive and engaging workshops that cover different areas of business, commencing on 5 July 2018 with Workshop 1.

Limited tickets are available for each workshop so book early!

Workshop 1:

7 Ways Female Leaders Can Excel at Being Their Authentic Selves presented by Tracey Green.

About: The workshop will explore how women can succeed at whatever their career goals are without having to fundamentally change who they are.

We will workshop "The Bossy Way or The Better Way" as well as practical approaches to tackling 7 common problems for emerging women leaders in the workplace. The workshop will be relaxed and interactive.

About the presenter: Tracey Green served for 22 years in the Police as a sworn officer in the UK. Serving to the rank of detective inspector she gained extensive experience in the areas of serious and serial criminal investigation, in particular homicide, drug and police corruption.

Since joining Charles Sturt University Tracey has been a strong advocate of policing as a profession and has developed a history of collaboration with police and law enforcement agencies ensuring that educational and research opportunities are relevant and aligned to policing.

Tracey is currently the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Science at Charles Sturt University with academic and support staff located across the State of NSW. It has been a strange journey and Tracey will be happy to share some of the experiences she has had along the way.

 

Venue: Charles Sturt University Campus
Venue Address: Room 1025, 7 Major Innes Rd, Port Macquarie
Starting: 5:30 PM
Thursday 5th July 2018
Ending: 7:30 PM

7 Ways Female Leaders Can Excel

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