Be Bold, Be Brave & Be the Best

QLD
Mar 03
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Network over lunch this international Women's Day as we look to celebrate women in project management.

However more than that we will look to challenge the norm, challenge the beige and set forth to tackling the gender pay gap, & gender inequality. Equality vs equity - how do we involve more of the best women in project management and why should we?

Join author and change management specialist Elise Stevens as she looks to take us through a journey of discovery on how we can leverage our knowledge passion and skills to further project management in any industry. Elise will also share the insights of the global Women In Project Management Survey and how the campaign is changing the way we look at diversity in the workplace.

Following Elise's address, the team from QUT will facilitate a panel discussion including Elise Stevens, and other senior project leaders to discuss how they are working towards a more equitable future for all.

Members $37 | Non-members $48
CPD: 3 Points

Presenters:

Elise Stevens Elise works with women in project management roles to reinforce within themselves their true value to their team, company & industry.  She provides a channel for women’s voices to be heard, supported & embraced in project management. It’s time for women to dream big in the industry, & to know that they can achieve their career goals.

Elise works with incredible women who have extensive knowledge, skills & passion for their career, but unfortunately the high pressure and status quo within the workplace has left them feeling emotionally exhausted; they have lost confidence in their own hard-earned skills and are considering leaving their roles.

For over two decades, Elise has worked to positively impact & innovate effective management processes. She has collaborated with a range of organisations including Queensland Urban Utilities, Ipswich City Council, Coca-Cola Amatil, Hutchinson Telecoms & Ansett Australia.
Professor Stephen Kajewski Professor Kajewski is the Director of the QUT Project Management Academy – an initiative delivering national and international executive education programs and research in the field of project management. Until recently, he was also the Head of the School of Civil Engineering & Built Environment at QUT. He teaches at the university and to national and international clients in the areas of project management, project control, and commercial construction management across a range of industrial sectors including construction, civil infrastructure, mining/minerals processing and oil & gas.
Andrew Pearce Andrew is an organisational change management specialist, working in transformational change programs in large organisations.
Over the past 15 years he has completed OCM work in the energy, water, local & state government and banking services sectors.
His background is in consulting and project management and he holds an MBA, specialising in organisational change and strategic IT.
He is an active member of the Change Management Institute.
Georgina Rowe Georgina has an extensive background in project management with a focus on improving organisational and individual capability. Georgina believes project management is an integral part of organisational success and leadership, but to thrive in our dynamic and fast-changing world we need to develop leaders that can foster and drive purposeful change and achieve relevant outcomes. That is why she co-founded the Australian Institute of Leaders + Entrepreneurs: to challenge stereotypical leadership approaches and produce leaders that matter. Georgina is an active supporter of the project management profession being a past Chapter Member of the Queensland Chapter of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), a Fellow of AIPM, and an approved assessor for a range of nationally accredited project management qualifications including the AIPM RegPM program, and a regular judge for the AIPM Project Management Achievement Awards.

Elise Stevens

Professor Stephen Kajewski

Andrew Pearce

Georgina Rowe

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