Importance of Women in IT

16/11/17 07:30 - 08:45
ANZ Centre
Address: 833 Collins Street, Docklands, Victoria, Australia

Laws of Attraction

Find out what really attracts Australian candidates to the workplace and discover what women in the workforce are really looking for

Thursday 16 November 7:30am – 8:45am

ANZ Centre, ​833 Collins Street, Docklands

Upper Ground Floor Conference Suites

Light refreshments provided on arrival

$40.00 inc. GST for non-members

$15.00 inc. GST for Members of Vic ICT for Women, ACS and PMI Melbourne Chapter

Note: Employees of our Corporate and Education Sector Members also qualify for the discounted Member rate

Registrations close 5 pm Tuesday 14 November

Join us to hear from Caroline North, Marketing and Research Specialist with over 15 years’ experience working in leading research agencies and commercial companies across the globe.

Caroline spent her early career in the UK before moving to Australia in 2006. She is currently Research Manager at SEEK.com.au, where she provides research guidance and insights to better understand the SEEK customer needs and to ensure effective insight driven communications are developed.

Caroline has experience with both Qualitative and Quantitative research techniques across many different markets (B2B, FMCG, Pharma, Not for Profit/Social Enterprise, Govt.). She also has extensive experience in Brand and Communication Management, developing and executing effective brand strategies and communication programs.

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    Meet Anneli

    Anneli Blundell is an author, speaker and communication expert, who has been working with clients to improve influence, engagement and impact for over a decade. She’s obsessed with decoding people dynamics for improved performance and specialises in interpersonal intelligence - the ability to understand and navigate the people dynamics in a given situation. Regularly rated in the top 5% of conference speakers, she’s known for her humour, insight and practical approach to navigating people problems.

    Anneli is the author of several books on shifting human behaviour with her latest book, Developing Direct Reports: Taking the guesswork out of leading leaders, providing a reference guide for developing leadership performance on the job.

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