5th Women in Leadership SA Summit

Pre-Summit Workshop: 25 March 2019
Summit: 26 & 27 March 2019
Post-Summit Workshop: 28 & 29 March 2019
Location: Stamford Plaza Adelaide Hotel 

Although women have made strides in reaching the most senior levels of executive leadership, a gender imbalance still exists. Lack of inclusivity in the workplace and the general cultural climate of discouragement when it comes to women progressing into the C-Suite work together to form barriers that prevent women from ascending into leadership.

Although many of these barriers may seem to be out of your control, as women we must re-frame the narrative, take control and continue working towards our future goals and aspirations. Your determination and actions could be the make or break in achieving career success.

The 5th Women in Leader South Australia Summit is your opportunity to connect with top female leaders in the state. Be immersed in our inspirational and empowering keynotes, panel discussions and practical coaching sessions as the state’s leaders come together to share their personal leadership stories. This two-day summit will provide you with the skills, strategies and technical know-how to transform your leadership journey and own your professional success.


  • Inspire change in your organisation 
  • Power success through mentoring 
  • Build mental mechanisms for success
  • Develop your leadership roadmap

Featured Speakers Include:

  • The Hon. Vickie Ann Chapman MP, Deputy Premier and Attorney-General - The Government of South Australia
  • Joanne Fox Chief HR Officer - Santos Ltd
  • Richard Price, Chief Executive & Head of the South Australian Space Industry Centre Defence SA
  • Professor Tanya Monro, Vice Chancellor & Vice President: Research and Innovation -University of South Australia

View the full speaker line up and program here!

Contact us:

  • Book Now with priority code QC for a 10% discount!
  • Click Here for the Event Brochure
  • Phone: +61 2 8239 9711
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