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An evening with Soozey Johnstone … Insider insights into I Am The Problem – Melbourne – Tuesday 28 February 2017
Soozey is one of Australia’s most experienced and respected business advisors who shapes businesses of today into the compassionate corporations of tomorrow.
Soozey is enjoying great success with her first book, “I Am The Problem”. This book brilliantly reveals the roadblocks that hold teams back – roadblocks of character, team dynamics, or missing skills – and the roadblocks in ourselves that we can cure. During the evening Soozey will discuss the gap between what women want for themselves, and what their organisations want from them, and how to bring those two things into alignment. She is the brains behind dramatic turnarounds in organisations performances solely by focusing on their people, and also the key ingredient in many people either making a positive career move or being promoted. Soozey is professional, approachable, and knowledgeable who has the ability of getting to the core of business issues in an insightful and refreshing way. This is an event not to be missed.
DATE: Tuesday 28 February 2017
TIME: 5.30pm – drinks and canapes
6.00pm – guest speaker
7.00pm – networking
7.30pm – close
VENUE: Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Level 25, 567 Collins Street (nearest corner King Street)
COST: Donation to NFAW (tax deductible) http://www.nfaw.org/donate/ NFAW is funded by your donations. Please help by donating to enable NFAW to continue to be the collective voice for Australian women.
RSVP: Friday 24 February 2017
ENQUIRIES: Jo Jenson 0409 123 328
Presented by: National Foundation for Australian Women
Supported by: Corrs Chambers Westgarth
NFAW is profoundly concerned by the Ministerially approved processes for so-called debt-recovery from Centrelink clients, and calls on the Government to cease using the process pending receipt of a report from the Commonwealth Ombudsman.
Seasons Greetings and all the best for 2017
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New mums working in retail for employers like Bunnings, Woolworths and Coles will be thousands of dollars worse off under the proposed ppl legislation: