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Registrations open for women in ICT leadership conference

Monday, 29 April, 2019

Registrations open for women in ICT leadership conference

The Public Sector Women in ICT & Digital Leadership Summit is designed for emerging women leaders.

ICT and Digital in the public sector is an exciting and fast-paced environment, ripe with challenges and opportunities. To capitalise on transformation and rise through the ranks, aspiring leaders must hone the key skills to voice their value, drive change and redefine the future through leadership.

The public sector Women in ICT & Digital Leadership Summit brings together esteemed and accomplished leaders to share personal stories of how they have broken barriers and to offer practical advice for effective leadership. Be empowered to step outside of your comfort zone, stretch beyond existing skills and progress your career to the next level.


  • Strengthen core leadership capabilities
  • Sharpen strategic communication skills
  • Overcome imposter syndrome
  • Strategies to manage complexity, uncertainty and change

ITPA is an official Liquid Learning event partner, with all ITPA Professional members offered a 10% discount when booking. To get your discount, contact Click here to book and reserve your seat.

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