The 2nd Public Sector Workplace Mental Health conference returns to the Canberra Rex Hotel on 19th & 20th May 2020. This event is the only workplace mental health conference that focuses on the unique needs of the public sector.


This masterclass is not like others on the market. It is the only event created just for EL1-EL2 women, combining not only general leadership issues, but also addressing the challenge of being a woman in the workplace.


As the number of job-seeking graduates continues to grow, so too should your graduate employment strategy. The Enhancing Graduate Employment Outcomes conference is an unmissable opportunity to position your institution at the forefront to receive the Federal Government's performance based funding by redefining what your graduates' success looks like


This forum examines the role of the “Professional Regulator,” focusing on the practical and operational challenges which are common across regulatory enforcement, compliance or disciplinary functions of government, regardless of the specific industries being regulated.


Liquid Learning is delighted to be hosting the inaugural Hunter Region Women in Leadership Summit, celebrating some of the region’s most remarkable women leaders representing industry, government, and the community.


While women make up two-thirds of the NSW Public Sector workforce, they hold just over one-third of senior leadership positions. The challenge is learning how to leverage your strengths and transform your abilities to match the pace of ongoing change.


The 7th Annual Women in Leadership Queensland Summit is your opportunity to connect with the top female leaders and male champions of change in the state. Be immersed in inspirational and empowering keynotes, interactive panel discussions, and practical coaching sessions as the state’s leaders come together to share their personal leadership stories and strategies for success.


While women make up two-thirds of the NSW Public Sector workforce, they hold just over one-third of senior leadership positions. A plethora of well-qualified, highly-experienced women are working in the public sector. The challenge is learning how to leverage your strengths and transform your abilities to match the pace of ongoing change.