OUR JANUARY EVENT
Guest Speaker Jane Benston
The Brilliance Of Feminine Leadership: Why Women Make Great LeadersIf we are to achieve an increasing number of women in leadership positions, we need to empower women to embrace their natural talents of connection, collaboration and innovative thinking that is desperately needed to bring balance and cohesion to the workplace.
This session is designed to shine a light on the way we lead and how we can step into playing a bigger role at the decision making table.
This interactive session is designed to help women to:
- Uncover how women and men think, act and lead differently
- Understand the inner struggle experienced by many women when working within the masculine paradigm present across corporate Australia
- Embrace their unique brilliant feminine skills and capabilities rather than competing and comparing themselves to the leadership of men
- Play a bigger game, have a greater impact and to believe in the skills, talents and experience they bring to the leadership table
Jane Benston is a consultant, coach, facilitator and blogger in the field of human behaviour and leadership. She works with professional women in leadership positions to help them navigate their career and to feel more secure in their success. She brings a fresh, down to earth approach focused on boosting leadership impact, performance and effectiveness and unlocking potential to accelerate results.
Jane is an experienced speaker and workshop facilitator with insight, energy, and warmth. She entertains and educates her audiences with anecdotes, personal stories, wisdom and an openness that provides a safe space for learning and growth.
You can find out more about Jane on her website at: www.janebenston.com
About our venue...
The Wonthaggi Club
The Wonthaggi Club was originally founded in 1911 by the gentlemen of the town during the prosperous coal mining days.
The Club provided an alternative from the heavily unionized Coal Miners Workers Union, which operated most of the social gatherings during the town’s start up. This included the Wonthaggi Union Theatre and Workmen’s Club.
On the 15th it will be the Ladies Club! Hope you can join us for another inspiring evening. It has excellent function facilities and we will be well looked after.
Above: The Wonthaggi Club has been going strong since 1911 and is the scene of the next SBWN dinner event.