ONLINE | 8 September through to 13 September 2020 across 4 sessions
Supported by Seymour College and Wilderness School, Adelaide.
Due to COVID-19, the conference has moved to an online format using ZOOM. The flavour and content of the conference remains the same as the in-person event and we have spaced the sessions in order to maintain energy and focus.
Session 1: Tuesday 8 September (evening) Conference opens
Session 2: Wednesday 9 September or Thursday 10 September (evenings)
Session 3: Saturday 12 September 9am – 1.00pm
Session 4: Sunday 13 September 9am – 2.30pm
Registrations closed early. Conference Full
“The Leading Edge, Women in Education Conference has ﬁnally ﬁlled a void for women seeking powerful and meaningful professional development that makes them think and plan their futures in education. I strongly recommend this conference to women at all stages of their career, for there is rich learning embedded throughout the 2 days.”
Joanne Rock, Principal, FCJ College, VIC
“This was one of the most inspiring and genuinely helpful conferences I have attended. Each presentation was relevant, inspiring and incredibly enjoyable. I met some sensational women from around the country with whom I will continue relationships. Thank you so much for providing such a wonderful experience for all to learn and be inspired.”
Lucinda Thom, Head of House, Strathcona Baptist Girls’ Grammar School, VIC
The Private Accelerator Session Explained
Unpack and explore the learnings from the conference and the insights from the DISC and Driving Forces Profile report in a one hour private and confidential coaching session with Janine Stratford – Leadership Coach and Conference Feature Presenter. Through coaching you will develop an action plan and your next steps to accelerate your leadership success. The coaching session will take place over video conference or telephone.
“The personalised coaching conversation that followed was illuminating. One on one time with Janine ensured deep understanding of my strengths and challenges in order to continue my personal and professional growth. I am especially grateful for specific advice Janine provided to help me succeed in my current role.” Lissa Gyte, Deputy Principal – Operations and School Development, Loreto College Coorparoo, QLD