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Last week was a great week of learning – Early in the week I attended the Entrepreneurs Organization event with Tessa Marshall on ‘Powerful Conversations’. Later that day the deputy commissioner of NSW Police – Catherine Burn (and National Telstra Business Woman of the year 2011) spoke at a RedBalloon lunch and learn about her career – which began in 1984 prior to the royal commission – and now she is accountable for a $2.7billion budget. A great story of commitment to the community.
I even managed a bit of a sing at Sydney Sings – we have a concert this week if you would like to attend – details below.
Mid week was a day of reviewing grant applications for Voiceless – as well as presenting for MH Carnegie incubator in Paddington. Thursday and Friday I was ensconced in female entrepreneurialism at the Women in Focus conference in Noosa. Well done to the CommBank team who pulled together a first class line up of speakers. (and I took to the stage with Wendy McCarthy and Rhonda Brighton Hall to debate – ‘if women can have it all’ – Our team was the affirmative – and we were completely dumbfounded when our opposing team took away the gong!! It was great fun.)
This week
Monday: Speaking at Ayers Rock for the Real Estate Results Conference
A cyber shopping event in Sydney (I look forward to learning more about this) – Sydney Sings Concert at 6.30 264 Pitt Street Sydney
Business round table in Avoca in the morning and back to the office for an afternoon of meetings
Fly to Alice Springs
Speaking engagement for the Association of School Business Administrator

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