Wimmera people have a chance to get a better understanding of the rights and wrongs of ethics during a special Leadership Wimmera Breakfast on September 6
Horsham resident and RMIT ethics lecturer, Gordon Young will provide the basics about ethics during a special one-hour seminar Getting it Right – A Question of Ethics.
Mr Young, who runs consultancy Ethilogical, will lead participants through:
· the process of identifying their personal values
· and analysing their leadership styles against these values.
Through this process he will help participants to:
· build a stronger understanding of their motivations’
· better align their work with what they care about.
Leadership Wimmera chair Simone Dalton urged Wimmera people from all walks of live to embrace this chance to get gain a greater understanding of ethics. This s a unique opportunity to learn about a subject which impacts daily on the way you live you and behave professionally, personally and in the community.
To book contact Sue Boddi on 5381 6507 or email@example.com Booking form
Chairman Simone Dalton & Committee of Leadership Wimmera have great pleasure in inviting you to join the 2016 participants for their presentations on Friday 7th October at Federation University Auditorium, Baillie Street Horsham.
Program of events
10am-12.30pm Business Leaders Group Presentations
12.30pm-1.30pm Light Lunch
1.45pm-3.30pm Regional Leadership Skills Presentations
3.30pm-4.15pm Afternoon Tea
All welcome to attend. There is no charge to attend the presentations, lunch, and/or afternoon tea.
RSVP by 23rd September for catering purposes to Sue Boddi 5381 6507 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Graduation Evening
Chairman Simone Dalton & Committee of Leadership Wimmera have great pleasure in inviting you to join us for the 2016 Graduation Evening on Friday 7th October at Quantong Recreation Reserve, Lanes Avenue, Quantong.
Includes canapes on arrival followed by two course meal featuring pulses in celebration of International Year of the Pulse and in celebration of our guest speaker David Gillespie desserts will be sugar-free.
Drinks at Bar Prices Invitation and order form
RSVP Friday 23rd September email@example.com or 5381 6507
RIRDC's Victorian Rural Women's Awards
Applications for the 2017 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) Rural Women’s Awards are now open.
The Rural Women’s Award is Australia’s preeminent award for rural women. It recognises and supports emerging women leaders who have the potential to make a greater contribution to the primary industries and rural communities across the country.
The award offers a $10,000 bursary to each state and territory winner and provides the resources to bring to life a project or initiative that will benefit rural industries and communities.
For more information, please visit RIRDC’s website: http://www.rirdc.gov.au/rural-women's-award
Rural Women's Awards applications close 31 October 2016.
Women’s Health Grampians Board Vacancy
Women's Health Grampians is currently recruiting for its' Board and are keen to recruit women from the Wimmera end of the region. In particular WHG are hoping for someone with financial knowledge who might be interested in the Treasurers role, at least in the future if not straight away. Attached is some information about the Board and a form for Expression of Interest. Even if someone is interested who doesn’t have particular financial skills, WHG would be very happy to talk to them. The AGM is in November, so would need to have the application process before that preferably.
Interested women are invited to contact the WHG Chair, Katherine Gillespie, on 0419 116 457 email: KatherineG@chpcp.org or the CEO, Marianne Hendron on 0429 265 724 or firstname.lastname@example.org More information
Leadership Wimmera Coordinator