Women in Engineering Leadership Summit 2015

Event Details

  • DateTue 17 March 2015
  • Time8:30 AM
  • VenueStamford Auckland
  • Location22-26 Albert St Auckland NZ 1010
  • TypeSeminar
  • Ticket$Price per person per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactLiquid Learning
    +64 9 927 1500
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Women in Engineering Leadership Summit 2015 Stamford Auckland - 17, 18 & 19 March 2015 View the online agenda here: http://bit.ly/1qDa7pG Liquid Learning is delighted to present New Zealand’s premier Women in Engineering Leadership Summit 2015. A unique professional development event offering networking opportunities, inspirational stories and practical advice from the industry’s established leaders. The summit will provide existing and emerging female leaders with practical strategies and the tools for leadership success in the complex and evolving engineering profession. EXPLORE - Inspiring stories of achievement and success from expert leaders in the engineering industry - Mastering critical leadership skills to enhance an engineering career - Strategies and skills for overcoming key career challenges faced by females in the engineering profession - Proactive approaches to building resilience, confidence and opportunities to advance FEATURED SPEAKERS - Alison Andrew - Chief Executive Officer - Transpower - Elena Trout - Vice President - IPENZ - Sulo Shanmuganathan - Chief Technical Officer - Opus International Consultants - Helen Ferner - Technical Director – Structural Engineering - Beca - Nicki Crauford - Senior Consultant - WorleyParsons - Sue Bonham-Carter - Principal Mining Engineer - Golder Associates - Debbie Scott - Principal Fire Engineer and Director - OnFire Consulting Ltd - Tracey Hickman - General Manager - Generation - Genesis Energy - Kim Gilkison - Director – New Zealand Operations (Acting) - ITL - Gemma Collins - National Building Services Manager - Fletcher Construction Company - CDR Emma Grant - Commander Naval Specialist Training - Royal New Zealand Navy - Jasbindar Singh - Corporate Leadership Coach and Chief Executive Officer Coaching of Small and Medium Enterprises - Jasbindar Singh - Aenslee Tanner - Director - Accuren Limited - Alice Chaplin - Associate Director - Energy - AECOM - Sharon Danks - Water Transmission Manager - Watercare ABOUT THE EVENT Women continue to be under-represented in the engineering profession causing considerable impact to the economy and New Zealand’s international competitiveness and innovation. A multitude of diverse factors contribute to this severe gender disparity in the sector with a variety of issues impacting women’s entry into and success in the industry. Organisations however are slowly starting to realise the impact that gender inequality has on their business with studies consistently demonstrating the positive correlation between organisational diversity and financial performance. The Women in Engineering Leadership Summit 2015 will address the unique challenges that face women in the engineering profession and provide practical and proven strategies to overcome them to facilitate leadership success. Inspirational and successful women from across engineering industries will share their stories of achievement and offer critical advice for current and emerging leaders for increased leadership excellence. View the online agenda here: http://bit.ly/1qDa7pG For more information contact Liquid Learning on: P +64 9 927 1500 F +64 9 927 1525 E marketing@liquidlearning.co.nz W www.liquidlearning.com.au