Kāpiti Coast Chamber of Commerce International Women's Day lunch
When: March 5 2021
Where: Paraparaumu, New Zealand
International Women’s Day provides an important and exciting opportunity to celebrate women’s achievements, raising awareness and reinforcing commitment to diversity and inclusion, calling for action and helping forge gender parity.
We are excited to introduce our very talented and inspirational line up for the 2021 event.
MC – Sally Duxfield
With more than twenty years as the Director of Contact N.Z. Ltd Leadership Consultancy, owner of her own Outdoor Pursuit Centre, Makahika OPC, and 16-years with the NZ military, leading and contributing to the formation of high-performance teams, Sally has immense knowledge of the motivation required to activate Business Leaders and Corporate Teams, increasing their mental toughness and passion for leadership.
Sally is an experienced Motivational and Keynote Speaker, Solution Finder, and Activator – able to spark and excite people’s enthusiasm. Her ability to realise each individual’s interests, talents and styles translates into your team being recognised for their uniqueness and preferences.
Sally is passionate about the Neuroscience of forming High Performance Teams in both the sporting and corporate worlds. She is currently leading the way in the design and delivery of bespoke Experiential Leadership Programs and will ‘Design Content and Deliver’ the Program, or ‘Design and Write’ Experiential Programs to support your People and Culture Teams.
Speaker – Lotta Dann
Lotta Dann has a degree in broadcasting and communications and a master’s degree in film, television and media studies. She worked for over twenty years as a TV journalist and producer while also developing a nasty addiction to alcohol. She got sober aged 39 with the help of an anonymous blog called 'Mrs. D Is Going Without' which eventually became a best-selling memoir of the same name. Another memoir, 'Mrs D Is Going Within', came next and last year she released her third book, 'The Wine O'Clock Myth: The truth you need to know about women and alcohol' which is an exploration of the alcohol-centric culture we live in and the impact it's having on women.
She promotes sobriety on social media, manages the large online community Living Sober (www.livingsober.org.nz) funded by the Health Promotion Agency and the NZ Drug Foundation, facilitates webinars and workshops on addiction through Blueprint for Learning and works as a part-time Communications Advisor for Victim Support.
Speaker – Tracy Atiga
An innovative and ambitious philanthropist, executive and happiness generator with over 15 years of governance, management, entrepreneurial and transformation expertise across a number of specialist fields with a reputable background in IT, commercial property, sport, recreation, child, youth and government sectors.
A strong and influential servant leader with a real desire to exude energy when mentoring, motivating and driving teams. Encouraging a systemic growth approach through leadership and influence.
Date: Friday 5th March 2021
Time: 12pm – 2pm
Venue: Southward Car Museum
Tickets: $55.00 each or a table for 10 for $500.00, tickets include a glass of bubbles on arrival and a yummy lunch with sweet treats and coffee and tea.
Tickets available now, at KapitChamberofcommerce.co.nz
Everyone Welcome, we look forward to seeing you.