Institute of Managers & Leaders 2019 International Women's Day Flagship Event
When: March 8 2019
Where: Melbourne, Australia
International Women's Day Flagship Event - not to be missed!
Book your ticket before sold out
With company policies like affirmative action, maternity leave and blind recruitment helping to combat the pay gap and the glass ceiling, Australia is making progress towards equal representation of genders in business. While there is still considerable progress to be made, it seems that the importance of feminism is now more widely embraced than ever. Now, it is not the question of whether we’ll achieve equality in the future, but how we’ll achieve it.
This year’s International Women's Day campaign theme is #BalanceforBetter. From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where the world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate it’s presence.
A lively debate not to be missed
Attend the International Women's Day Flagship Event for Melbourne and enjoy excellent networking opportunities and lively discussion.
- Friday, 8th March 2019, 12.00 - 2.30 pm
- Peninsula, Shed 14, 161 Harbour Esplanade Docklands, Victoria 3008
- Member: $195
- Member Table of 10: $1,7555
- Non Member: $225
- Non Member Table of 10: $2,025
- Be quick and PURCHASE TICKETS HERE before they sell out
Since being discovered performing stand-up in a dingy Collingwood pub over 15 years ago, the warm and vibrant Jo Stanley has risen to become a household name - and for good reason!
Jo rose to fame in 2003 as one half of The Matt & Jo Show. Together with funnyman Matt Tilley, Jo enjoyed 10 successful years of breakfast radio. Soon after, Jo became the co-host of Weekend Breakfast, broadcasting to 52 stations nationally. In early 2016, she joined the breakfast team at GOLD 104.3, alongside Anthony Lehmann, becoming Jo & Lehmo for Breakfast - Melbourne's number 1 FM breakfast radio show.
Over the years, Jo has also graced our screens on shows like Channel Ten’s The Project, The Circle, Good News Week, The Panel and Australia’s Brainiest Quiz Show, as well as Channel 7’s SlideShow, Good as Gold, Thank God You’re Here, Sunday Brunch and Channel Nine’s Clever. Since 2013, Jo can also be seen making regular appearances on Network Ten’s breakfast show, Studio 10.
At present, Jo can be found writing her hilarious and heartwarming columns for Sunday Life Magazine and News.com.au. On top of her frequent newspaper columns, Jo has also recently written and published several books, including fiction series ‘Play Like A Girl’ - a celebration of Aussie girls kicking goals in the sport they love.
Meet your 2019 debaters:
Hand-picked interesting and opinionated leaders will debate the topic: "HER aspiration needs HIS cooperation"
- Karen Luu AFIML, Chief Operating Officer, FCW Lawyers
- Andrew Fenlon, Director, Women into Leadership
- Jordy Lucas, Actress, Voice Artist, Presenter & Founder of She Does This
- Bernadette Uzelac, AICD FIML, Chief Executive Officer, Geelong Chamber of Commerce
- Tori Cooke, Practice Specialist Family Violence & Child Safety, Relationships Australia Victoria
Book your tickets HERE before they sell out. Members and non-members welcome!
About the Institute of Manager and Leaders
The Institute of Managers and Leaders is a non-profit Membership organisation and the gold standard-setting professional body for management and leadership competence and excellence. They passionately believe that great leadership is the first step towards a better world and for 76 years, they have been supporting professionals on their leadership journey in keeping with thevision – “Creating better managers and leaders for a better society”.
With more than 11,000 Members, the Institute is the essential organisation for professional managers and leaders, for emerging leaders and for students thinking about their leadership future across Australia and New Zealand. The Institute is the principal corporate body for businesses who take management and leadership seriously, and for universities who are looking to gain a competitive edge by accrediting their leadership-focused courses.