Women in Print’s nationwide 2019 Breakfast Series begins in Adelaide SA this week (Thursday morning) before similar events in WA, Victoria, NSW and Queensland.
Guest speaker Anneli Blundell will talk about how women working in the print industry can benefit from an understanding of “interpersonal intelligence."
“What you say, what you do and even what you’re thinking affects those around you,” Blundell says. “From the politics of the boardroom to the conversations in the corridor, your interpersonal intelligence is affecting your outcomes – for better or for worse.
“Interpersonal intelligence is the ability to understand and navigate the people dynamics in a given situation. The world is getting smaller, the tasks bigger and the time to get them done, shorter. We need to build relationships and trust in record time. We need influence, engagement and impact.”
The series kicks off at Jarmer’s Kitchen Bowden in Adelaide on Thursday 12 September before moving to the Hyatt Regency Perth on the following night, Friday 13 September. Next week, the series travels to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Bookings are available here.
Women in Print - a collaboration of women in the print media industry, backed by supplier group Visual Connections - acts as a support team, offering opportunities to network while benefiting women from all walks of life, in and around the industry.
WiP patrons include Susan Heaney, Heaney’s Performers in Print (QLD), Natalie Taylor, IVE Group (NSW), Kirsten Taylor, Taylor'd Press (VIC), Lisa Blachut, Advance Press (WA), Marisa Rossi, Graphic Print Group and Sandy Aspinall, Adelaide University (SA).
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