3rd Women in Healthcare Leadership Summit


Pre-Summit Workshop: 30 April 2019
Summit: 1 & 2 May 2019
Post-Summit Workshop: 3 May 2019
Location: Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney


As Australia's largest employer, the healthcare sector plays a critical role in the wellbeing of Australian society. Women account for 80% of the workforce but are significantly underrepresented in leadership and board positions. As a high-pressure environment, this difference isn't because of a lack of talent. There is a disconnect between when women enter the industry and how they progress their careers. When you compound these statistics with the increasing scrutiny, customer expectations and the digital changes set to shake up the industry, it becomes clear that expert leadership will be the difference between healthcare providers that thrive in an environment of new opportunity and those who struggle to adapt.

The 3rd Women in Healthcare Leadership Summit is a groundbreaking opportunity for clinical and corporate staff from the health and aged care sector to develop essential leadership skills. Delve into the many parts of personal and organisational change, explore key themes of leadership, digital change and consumer expectations and embrace the future of health.

Explore:

  • Navigate change with confidence
  • Inspire innovative thinking
  • Lead patient-centred care through digital transformations
  • Communicate with purpose and conviction

Featured Speakers Include:

  • Dr Teresa Anderson AM, Chief Executive - Sydney Local Health District
  • David Swan, Chief Executive Officer, Private Hospitals Division - St Vincent’s Health Australia
  • Illana Halliday, Acting Deputy Chief Executive Officer - RSL Life Care
  • Petra Neelman, Chief Executive Officer - MiCare


View the full speaker line up and program here!

Contact us:

  • Book Now with priority code QC for a 10% discount!
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