Brisbane, Negotiating for Success ‘Lunch & Learn’

Date: 24 May 2019 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: Level 14, 240 Queens St, Brisbane,
Join Business Women Australia members and guests, with our host Kathryn Dixon, National Relationship Manager, Shadforth Financial Group for an executive “Lunch & Learn” PLUS an update on exciting initiatives coming up for the BWA community in Brisbane.
Sonia La Penna will be our keynote presenter on the art of negotiating positive outcomes. This valuable session will be faciliated by Amy Ward, Director of The OTM Group who will also be pre-launching a special co-working offer for BWA members.
Tap into the real life expertise of Sonia who has over 20 years of experience in HR. Through her career and now as Director of HR Synergy Consulting, Sonia has developed a toolbox of strategies making negotiating challenging scenarios easier whilst creating viable solutions for all parties. Her knowledge and approach can be applied in any situation, whether in the boardroom, with operational teams, clients or community groups.
Successful negotiation takes a deep level of conscious thought, preparation, research, skills and discipline. Hear the keys that will unlock your ability to reach a negotiated outcome with positive results.
A light lunch and refreshments will be served by our generous hosts at Shadforth Financial Group.
About Sonia La Penna
Sonia La Penna is an accomplished HR Executive and the Director of HR Synergy Consulting. Sonia brings over 20 years HR experience from frontline HR advisory services through to executive management. She has extensive knowledge and experience in contemporary People, Culture & Leadership practices. Sonia is described as an innovative and contemporary HR executive, as she engages stakeholders at all levels of an organisation to design, plan and deliver contemporary ‘tailored made’ HR business solutions.
Partnering with the CEO and executive teams, Sonia has lead and supported the people strategies needed in; mergers and acquisitions, business and department restructure, building organisational culture as well as leadership performance/capability and team performance dynamics. She has also facilitated forums, conferences, leadership & culture programs, and business strategy planning workshops.
About Business Women Australia
BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;
  • business owners and entrepreneurs
  • executives, directors and managers
  • professionals
  • women on boards
  • leaders and emerging leaders
Business Women Australia is focused on key areas;
  • Leadership
  • Business Improvement
  • Personal & Professional Growth
  • Connections & Friendship

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