Date(s) - 20/09/2022
9:30 am - 2:30 pm
We are super excited to bring you Women’s Conference 2.0.
Our keynote speaker is the amazing Chelsea Pottenger from EQ Minds & it is happening Tuesday 20th September!
To function at our best, we need to prioritise our mental health and wellbeing. That’s where Mindset Reset comes in.
In this entertaining live session, Chelsea will give you lifelong tools to adopt into your daily routine to reduce stress and burnout, tap into positive energy and build resilience – so that when you face a setback, you don’t just bounce back – you bounce forward and grow stronger.
Chelsea is a leading authority on mental health. She is an international motivational speaker and accredited mindfulness & meditation coach and author of The Mindful High Performer. Chelsea has worked with many of the world’s leading brands such as eBay, Google, Telstra, CBA and Macquarie Bank to improve team wellbeing. Chelsea combines science and personal stories to share practical tools for your team to build a positive, high performance mindset.
Chelsea is a proud ambassador for mental health charities R U OK? and Gidget Foundation Australia.
We have teamed up with The Growers, a brand-new contemporary and casual indoor-outdoor bar and eatery in Worrigee, Shoalhaven, where coast meets country. Set in a beautiful natural environment, with a large garden and views of the countryside, The Growers feels like a beach-side holiday, but one that is steadfastly country, reminding us of our rural Australian setting.
* Glass of Bubbles / Wine complimentary with lunch on the lawn. Grazing table, build your own slider table & dessert grazing table.
* Keynote speaker Chelsea Pottenger
* MC our very own inspiring president, Jemma Tribe
* Panel discussion after lunch with 4 inspiring women, interviewed by Jemma Tribe
* Baby & Child-friendly
In partnership with
Our Women in Business Group aims to create a community of women who inspire and support each other to achieve their dreams. We want to inspire and develop an entrepreneurial spirit and encourage a greater representation of women in positions of leadership across our community.