QLD 4006 Australia
At this roundtable we’ll explore the ways that female business leaders, executives, professionals and entrepreneurs successfully establish their personal brand and what they do to engage their market, and key stakeholders.
Join this generous and talented cohort of BWA members and guests as we share knowledge, experiences, tips, practical information and ideas on building a personal and professional brand mission and vision, brand purpose and brand promise.
The discussion will be facilitated by Lyn Hawkins, National Director of Business Women Australia who has decades of experience in business development and marketing.
Hear the techniques that are being used to develop key business relationships and strategies to raise your profile in a way that showcases you in the best way possible, while reflecting the truth of who you are.
This interactive roundtable session will be of interest to business owners, executives, business managers, CEOs, professionals, directors, department heads, community leaders and anyone who is building a profile in order to make a difference and be heard.
Attendees will walk away with meaningful connections with women from different sectors and professions, and clever, practical ideas on how to build a personal brand and BD strategy (or improve on the one they already have).
About Helen Nan:
Helen Nan has been a financial adviser since 2011, helping hundreds of clients achieve their lifestyle goals and aspirations. She is passionate about providing clear and straightforward guidance, demystifying the planning process, and helping you make the best decisions for your life, regardless of what stage you are in your journey. Helen tailors her advice to reflect your circumstances, as no two people want the same thing from money. She is the author of “Your best life” and the founder of Compound Freedom.
About Tracy Cooper:
Tracy Cooper has a passion for change. She is a facilitator and change management specialist, who combines theory and a proven practical approach to support leaders and teams to enhance their performance and lead change within their businesses.
Whilst her early career was in agricultural science, she then transitioned to delivering leadership programs in rural and regional communities of Qld.
Based on this learning and experience of delivering leadership programs, in 2001 along with her business partner Maria Nolan, Tracy launched SeeChange Consulting.
For 22 years using their action learning approach, underpinned by their expertise in Prosci Change Management methodology, they have been creating programs that have brought major change to the lives of individuals, businesses and communities in the financial services, agribusiness, local government and not for profit sectors.
Tracy is passionate about helping those who wish to lead themselves to learn, thrive, embrace change and make a difference in their world.
WSP is one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms, bringing together approximately 67,000 talented people around the globe – 5,500 of which are located in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. wsp.com/au
About Lyn Hawkins:
Lyn is the National Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on business growth, marketing and cultural transformation. She has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses. As a Principal of a successful consulting practice Lyn works predominantly with professional services firms (legal, accounting and technology) and executive teams developing and implementing business development strategies.
About Business Women Australia – BWA connects business women from all sectors, industries and states and aims to increase the profile and visibility of female leaders;
- business owners and entrepreneurs
- executives and managers
- women on boards
- emerging leaders
- women who desire growth and high level connections
Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;
- Business Improvement
- Personal & Professional Growth
- Connections & Friendship