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For the first of its free seminar series events, te Aka Wāhine o Tāmaki/AGWN was delighted to host Alex Chadwick, Manager of the Gender Pay Gap Action Plan Taskforce, State Services Commission.
NZ Police hosted a workshop for GWN Network Reps presented by Jo Cribb.
Get the action points for your network.
Carol Mitchell and Hilary Derrick gave a presentation for GWN members and provided key insights into methods and techniques for becoming more confident pubic speakers.
This workshop was again professionally run by HR Specialist and Psychologist John Eatwell. He took us through some of the key research in positive psychology.
We followed on from our very successful first session with a double-headed presentation from HR Specialist and Psychologist John Eatwell and a session on CV Preparation from Recruitment Consultant Julie Ryan.
Jess Stuart, a motivational speaker and life coach, spoke to the ACC women's network on Friday 8 March in Shamrock House as part of their celebration for International Women’s Day.
SGWN celebrated International Women's Day this year with a warm and welcoming kai and korero.
A great start to our Workshop Series with an engaging presentation from HR Specialist and Psychologist John Eatwell.
On 25 February 2019, 26 AGWN members attended a unique event hosted by the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) in conjunction with the Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN) and AGWN.