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Be Bold For Change with NAWO on International Women’s Day 2017

PRELIMINARY NOTICE - Explore 'Career Management in Turbulent Times' through the lens of being strategically opportunistic with our career decision making. Discuss what this can look like from both an individual and an organisational/leader's perspective.

Join with NAWO and our host, the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia, as we embrace the 2017 theme for International Women’s Day – Be Bold For Change. 

Together we will explore the topic of Unconscious Bias and the significant role it plays in the way we engage with people and the decisions we make about them. The interactive afternoon, led by International Public Speaker and Executive Coach, Margo Halbert, will unlock the factors within unconscious bias that impact both our influence and leadership capability – and help us all to understand how awareness of our biases may be the key to unlocking a more inclusive, gender equal world.

This event will include a fascinating overview from Owen Thomas, Executive Director, Infrastructure Planning and Land Services at the PTA, who will take us on a virtual journey through the changing face of Rail Infrastructure in the city of Perth.

What better way to celebrate IWD 2017 than to invest in yourself? #BeBoldForChange

Learning themes:    Personal Courage & Confidence,   Authentic Leadership

Date:     Wednesday 8th March, 2017

Time:     2:00 – 5:30 pm 

                 Event will include refreshments and informal networking from 4.45pm

Host:     Public Transport Authority of Western Australia

Venue:  Public Transport Centre

                 Level 2 Theatrette, 116 West Parade, Perth WA 6000

RSVP:    3 March, 2017

Cost:   Free       Gold/Silver members

$ 40.00 (+gst)  Bronze/Individual members

$80.00   (+gst)  Non members


Owen Thomas Executive Director, Infrastructure Planning and Land Services, PTA

Margo Halbert Leadership Communication Specialist, Executive Coach & Professional Speaker, Margo Halbert


Anna Dartnell GM Innovation & External Awareness, Bis Industries


Parking around the PTC building is currently at a premium – there are very limited parking bays available due to the East Perth Station upgrade works.

Attendees are advised to travel by train – along the Midland line. The PTC is located right next to the East Perth Train Station, an easy walk across the overhead bridge to the building.

Otherwise, there is limited street parking around the area, but much of it is only 2 hours.


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