Programme

 Time

 Content
 8.00am  Registrations open - arrival tea and coffee
 9.00am  Introduction / Karakia 
 9.05am   Welcome
 Opening Address Hon. Paula Bennett, Minister for Women and  Minister for State Services
 9.25am  Keynote: Lisa King, Founder, Eat My Lunch 
 9.55am  Morning Tea
 10.30am  Concurrent Sessions
 

 Aspiration
Dr Fleur Francois & Janet Blake

 

Getting into the driver's seat: taking control of your career.

 Potential
Matalena Leaupepe

 

Diversity in the Public Sector - but are we ready for it?

 Influence
Women's Network Panel

 

Women's networks: lessons from the front lines.

 

 11.05am  Concurrent Sessions
 

Aspiration
Natasha Lewis & Ema Hao'uli

 

Millennial myth-busting: are we all just flaky and entitled?

 Potential
Suzy Morrissey & Maria Williamson

 

Experiences of public sector employees on parental leave and HR policies that support them.

 Influence
Naomi Ferguson

 

The growing influence of women is the one reassuring thing in our political life (Oscar Wilde: 1893)

 11.40am Keynote speaker: Dame Patsy Reddy, Governor General
 12.15pm  Lunch
 1.00pm  Keynote: Dr Farah Palmer, Maori Representative, New Zealand Rugby
 1.45pm  Concurrent Sessions
 

 Aspiration
Dr Sharon Rippin

 

Nailing aspirations: why is it so damn difficult?

 Potential
Maxine Walker

 

Practical mentoring: finding the right person to help you grow. 

 Influence
Gabriel Makhlouf & Mike Bush

 

From front lines to finances: champions of change driving diversity.

 3.00pm  Afternoon tea
 3.35pm

Keynote: Grainne Moss, Chief Executive, Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki

 4.10pm

Keynote: Peter Hughes, Commissioner and Chief Executive, State Services Commission  

 4.50pm  Wrap-up Conference / Closing Karakia
 5.00pm  Networking Function
 6.00pm  Summit concludes
*the programme is subject to change without notification

This Summit is for the Public Sector, by the Public Sector

 

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