Kim Vella recently attended the fantastic and highly regarded ‘Influential Women’ course run by NIDA Corporate at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, so decided to create an opportunity for people to experience it in Canberra.
Kim said: “With the recent examples of some amazing women in leadership roles and how they’ve communicated during the bushfire crisis, for example Georgeina Whelan, ACT ESA Commissioner and Gladys Berejiklian, NSW Premier, this course is an absolute must for anyone wanting to enhance their presentation and influence skills.”
This is the first time this hugely popular two-day course will be available to professional women in the ACT, so don’t miss out. Be one of eight women to participate and learn from some of the most outstanding acting, voice and movement practitioners in Australia.
Become an influential communicator at work. Enhance your style to effectively engage an audience and handle challenging situations. Designed specifically for women, this course will provide you with practical strategies and techniques to take your conversations, presentations and negotiations to the next level.
- Greater confidence to communicate and articulate ideas clearly
- Improved delivery of presentations with greater ease and authority
- Developed strategies to manage challenging communication scenarios
- Enhanced physical and vocal presence
- Greater understanding of your communication style and how it impacts others
Some recent attendees said:
“A fantastic course and very inspiring to see the growth of the women in this course. I had high expectations and yes, these expectations were exceeded. I will definitely recommend this course to my female colleagues.”
“There is no training in the APS like it. I learned what was holding me back from projecting confidence and a powerful presence. The advice and guidance were very specific and different for each participant. I started putting it into practice immediately and I’ve been using the learning from this course ever since. All women leaders in the APS should do it.”
The course is taking place at the Hotel Kurrajong Canberra on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 February, from 9am to 5pm.
Course fee – $2,800 (inc. GST).
Spaces are strictly limited so click here to enrol.