Welcome to the Amplify Women in STEMM – Developing Leaders Program
Brisbane, Wednesday 27th – Thursday 28th, February 2019.
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Today is White Ribbon Day in Australia, our National day for raising awareness of men’s violence against women and how to prevent it in our community.
STEMMCulture programs help to create a more equitable and professional environment for women in their workplace by providing the necessary support and encouragement needed to develop awareness and leadership skills and the ability to break free from any limitations that may be holding them back.
Early bird registration of $2,420 is available until Nov 30 for next year’s January and February AMPLIFY Women in STEMM workshops facilitated by Dr. Desley Lodwick and Dr. Rachel Cameron in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Melbourne 30-31 Jan 2019
Sydney 6-7 Feb 2019
Brisbane 27-28 Feb 2019
Early bird offer for Amplify Women in STEMM ends Nov 30 Click To Tweet
Leadership reflection can inform your career direction and approach.
Recently STEMMCulture ran a series of two-day workshops down the Eastern seaboard of Australia.
In our workshops, we had participants from all sectors of STEMM industries including government departments, medical research institutes, the Defence Department, utility businesses, biotechnology companies and universities. We took our participants through aspects of leadership theory as well as provided practical frameworks for how they could apply leadership approaches to complex real-life challenges.Leadership reflection can inform your career direction and approach Click To Tweet
Here is some feedback from one of our participants:
The workshop gave me assurance that I was on the right track with leadership. I was headhunted for a promising job position. I applied for it and am changing my job now. I will be earning more and receive a Professorship title which my current job is reluctant to give me. Thanks for all! We will keep in touch. The new role is quite challenging and requires a great deal of leadership. I am very excited and feel ready for the challenge. My best wishes to both of you! Regards, PROFESSOR Manolya Kavakli
STEMMCulture would like to congratulate Professor Manolya Kavakli on her recent promotion and wish her all the best in her new leadership role.
We love what we do and feel privileged to support individuals and teams with their leadership challenges.
Dr Desley Lodwick and Dr Rachel Cameron
STEMM Culture attended the recent Liquid Learning 2nd Women in STEM Leadership Summit in Sydney; an event for inspiring women!
Speakers included Professor Tanya Munro the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President, Research and Innovation and founding sponsor of SAGE, whose achievements include being a recipient of the Best Physics PhD in Australia, and the Eureka Prize, Dr Marie Dziadek the Chief Scientific Officer of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and Karen Hughes the Director of Technology, Telstra. So many presentations were inspirational!Inspiring Women in STEMM Leadership Click To Tweet
Thank you to all speakers who shared personal insights, including what they learned during their vulnerable moments. Key take-aways emerged during the Summit:
Following this two-day Summit we held a post-summit workshop on Leadership for Scientist, with the focus on inspiring women and men to be leaders in their STEMM roles.
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