“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.”
To Show UP during times of change is
a challenge. It requires commitment,
determination and passion.
More than ever before, female leaders have the
ability and means to show up and lead change.
They can gain traction and advance their careers by embracing their intuition and amplifying their energy.
Female leaders are seen as change
agents, builders of relationships and more likely
to collaborate and gain trust.
As our world is changing and moving so fast,
women now have an opportunity to Show UP and amplify their feminine energy. It’s time to balance out the masculine energies by increasing the use of the softer skills required to create connection, trust and transparency.
Female leadership can provide alternative ways to serve that create a more holistic and balanced approach within organisations and society.
One in 5 people will suffer from a stress related health challenge in their lifetime.
- Among the world’s 500 largest companies, only 10.9% of senior executives are women, and 37% of these companies have all-male leadership teams, while 21% have only one woman.
• Companies with strong reputations have
twice as many women in senior management as those with lesser regarded reputations.
• Women in leadership positions are pushing the boundaries of gender equality by utilising their strengths and leadership qualities – in skill, knowledge, experience and emotion.
• They are pursuing the things they want from their job and their career, not waiting for it to come to them.
• The key is confidence in all your resources and abilities, not just those represented on paper.
• Companies with women in leadership roles outperform all-male teams by up to 66%.
• Men often apply for a job when they meet 60% of the qualifications, but women apply only if they meet 100% of them.
Your Webinar Host: Joan
Joan's career in health has spanned over 20 years in public and private health care sectors, Occupational health in the mining and oil and gas industry and complimentary / natural medicine.
Joan reached her goal to be a senior executive in the corporate world (most recently as Head of Health with an international Oil and Gas Company)
Joan has worked for organisations including BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and QGC a BG Group developing and implementing sustainable health functions.
Joan is an inspirational forward thinking, adaptable and passionate leader and mentor within the health sector with 20+ years experience, working in both the public and private sectors including the mining and oil and gas sectors.
Joan is passionate about coaching leaders to “Show Up” during times of change. To amplify their energy and productivity. Connecting with heart and mind, creating integrated teams and diverse leadership capabilities.
⇒ Address anxiety, stress and exhaustion
⇒ Gain Clarity and amplify your energy
⇒ Build your confidence and skills to create diverse leadership capabilities
⇒ Become more energised
⇒ Manage your health barometer
Joan is an effective strategic thinker and leader. She provided the vision for the health and well being function in QGC, developing, implementing and embedding a cost effective health function. She is effective in managing costs, budgets and delivering projects on time. She developed and implemented a compliance framework and ensuring action plans were closed out. She demonstrated strong support for cultural change that were reflected in her programs of work.
Stephanie Taylor - Director Themis
As a former clinician, Joan rapidly established herself within the business as a technical expert. Her work spanned planning, contractor and contract management, strategic and operational risk oversight and assurance functions. She was also a key member of the crisis management and business continuity teams. In a climate of intense scrutiny, by transforming the health performance, Joan assisted the business to retain its social licence to operate. She was a founding member of the oil and gas industry health alliance, a network dedicated to enhancing the sectors health performance in Queensland. Her projects were delivered on time and within budget. Other projects Joan instigated served to address health risks including exposure to noise, vibration, dust and other airborne contaminants. She oversaw the provision of external medical services to ensure an integrated approach .Her expertise is unquestionable and as a manager, she is a focused, unshakable and passionate leader.
Regina Gleeson - Department of Health