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The Western Australia Women in Leadership Workshop (March 2018)

Natalie has been invited to facilitate this 2-day leadership event for  female leaders across WA.

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Women in Energy and Resources Leadership Workshop (May 2018)

Natalie has also been invited to facilitate this 2-day leadership event for women leaders in the energy and resources sector in WA.  Natalie will draw from her experience in training and coaching emerging female leaders in the sector to provide hands-on learning that aims to equip participants with a practical leadership plan they can use to navigate a successful career and advance to senior levels.

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 Past events:

  • 2nd Public Sector Women in Leadership WA Summit 2016 – expert commentator and workshop facilitator
  • WA Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit  10-11 February 2016 – Summit Chairperson.
  • Women in Public Sector Leadership WA October 2015 – Summit Chairperson and facilitator of Post-Summit Workshop “Authentic Leadership – Developing and Promoting your Personal Leadership Identity”.
  • Western Australia Women in Energy and Resources Leadership Summit 21-22 April 2015 – Masterclass: “Strengthening and refining the necessary skills to lead and excel in the energy and resources environment”.
  • Western Australia Women in Leadership Summit 23-26 March 2015 – Chair of Day 2 of the Summit and facilitator of the Masterclass: “Optimising leadership effectiveness and accelerating your career”.
  • Women in Local Government WA Leadership Summit December 2014 – Masterclass “Optimising leadership effectiveness and performance”.
  • Women in Leadership WA Summit 2014 – Masterclass: “Strategic Leadership – Optimising leadership effectiveness and accelerating your career”
  • WA Fitness Industry Conference 2010 – Workshop: “The True Power of Goal Setting”
  • FitBiz 2009 – Presentation: “The True Power of Goal Setting”
  • Women in Policing Conference 2009 –  Presentation: “The Value of Understanding Values”