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How We Do What We Do – Women In Leadership

March 5 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

A$50 – A$75


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Our wildly popular leadership workshop, ‘How we do what we do’, is back again in 2020!

With advice and guidance from an internationally accredited leadership trainer and a host of successful, inspiring speakers, this event is not to be missed.



Thank you to our sponsors for this event:


Dr. Elizabeth Sigston

Dr. Elizabeth Sigston is a surgeon in otorhinolaryngology, head & neck surgery at Monash Health, including the new Monash Children’s Hospital, and Victorian Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Services at Holmesglen Private Hospital. Dr. Sigston sub specializes in Head & Neck Cancer, Head & Neck Surgery, and Paediatric ENT. She is member of the National ASOHNS Training Board, a Senior Lecturer in Monash University’s Department of Surgery, a mother, entrepreneur, and advocate for wellness in medicine and women in leadership.

Dianne Hill

Dianne is the CEO of Women’s Health Victoria. Dianne has extensive experience having spent the last 25 years in senior management roles with a focus on the strategic development, implementation, and evaluation of award winning, innovative services and programs in health and human services in Australia and the UK, complemented by a Masters in Public Policy and Management.

Kathleen Barker

Kathleen has over 20 years business leadership and operational experience across health, insurance and human resource sectors. As a recognised business leader she understands first hand the leadership challenges at both a strategic and operational level. Founding Andeol Consulting in 2009, Kathleen specialises in organisational coaching and leadership development. An engaging coach and facilitator she works collaboratively with leaders to help them realise their potential and to identify opportunities for self-growth.

Dr. Margaret Beavis

Dr. Margaret Beavis is a GP with over twenty five years’ experience in community medicine. Her research, writing and teaching interests include nuclear weapons, nuclear waste and the weapons industry. She is also interested in the Australian government spending on defence, diplomacy and foreign aid and how Australia decides to go to war.  She has a particular interest in health and the environment, both on a global scale, and in her local community. Recent publications have focused on the UN treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons and nuclear waste issues in Australia.


March 5
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
A$50 – A$75


Victorian Medical Women’s Society


Women’s Health Victoria
Level 8
255 Bourke St, Melbourne Australia
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