With female representation in Victoria, now over 50% and climbing, females are an integral part of the past, present and future of the lifesaving movement. We celebrate the many roles and facets that females contribute, pay tribute to the exceptional role of our female volunteers and acknowledge the opportunity that lifesaving brings for females to be active, participate, develop and lead.
This initiative is something the organisation deems as extremely important part of the future development of our female members and staff. This is another step forward for the lifesaving movement in ensuring that females have the skills, confidence and support to fulfil their future lifesaving and professional ambitions. Moreover to share experiences, inspire and be inspired.
The LSV Female Leadership Network (FLN) is open to all females 18+ within the movement including staff and volunteers members from all roles and facets that have a genuine interest in networking, personal growth and professional development.
Vision: Opportunities to share experiences, inspire and be inspired
Brand: Authentic, Simple, Fresh & Valuable
to enhance the development of our female leaders and our future leaders
create an environment that encourages socialisation and positive relationships between female participants
encourage further involvement and opportunities for females in the lifesaving movement
develop leadership skills through a variety of activities, keynote speakers and networking events
provide the opportunity to develop new networks within lifesaving
provide the opportunity to develop broader professional networks that extend beyond lifesaving and into professional industries and everyday life
partner with other areas of lifesaving to encourage collaboration across all areas of the movement
provide mentoring opportunities to female leaders within lifesaving
Session 20: ‘Ground Breakers’
Having a vision and seeing it through
Date: Thursday, June 1
Key Note Speaker: Chloe Kurdis
Chyloe Kurdas is former All Australian and Victorian representative, and VWFL Premiership captain with Melbourne University, and spent a decade with AFL Victoria building their community and high performance programs in anticipation of the AFLW competition.
She is now an expert commentator and writer with Fox Footy, SEN and ESPN. Chyloe credits being one of the first women to play football on the MCG as one of best days of her life.
Check back again soon for further details.
Networking, mentoring and workshop events are planned to take place throughout the year. Check back again soon.
To register for the Female Leadership Network please visit:
For further information regarding the Female Leadership Network contact Lifesaving Operations on 03 9676 6930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|19||8 March 2017||International Womens Day – Defining Moments||Michelle Murphy ASM Sue Clifford AMP
|Female Leadership Network Session 19|
|18||8 December 2016||Social Network Event||N/A|
|17||24 November 2016||The Resilience Project||Martin Heppell||Female Leadership Network Session 17|
|N/A||27 & 28 August||Business Bootcamp (Board Ready)||Bronwen Young
|Female Leadership Network Business Bootcamp|
|16||30 June 2016||Making Your Dreams a Reality||Suzanne Young||Female Leadership Network Session 16|
|15||21 May 2016||FLN Regional Think Tank – Confident Communication for Women||Carol Fox||Female Leadership Network Session 15|
|14||3 March 2016||Active Living and Healthy Lifestyles||Harriet Brown||Female Leadership Network Session 14|
|13||25 August 2015||Creating Champions of Change in Gender Equity||The Honourable Jane Garrett
|Female Leadership Network Session 13|
|12||28 May 2015||Women in Leadership Series – Leadership, Resilience and our Future||Melissa King – SLSA CEO
Dr Natalie Hood
|Female Leadership Network Session 12|
|11||12 February 2015||Playing to your strengths: Knowing what your good at and where your strengths lay||Jan Elsner – Positive Leadership||Female Leadership Network Session 11|
|10||28 November 2014||Celebrating Respect and Gender Diversity||Sue Clarke – Head of Victoria Police Priority Community Division||Female Leadership Network Session 10|
|9||30 October 2014||Getting Ready for Summer – Health and Wellbeing||Steph Prem||Female Leadership Network Session 9|
|8||28 August 2014||Gender Smart – Understanding gender bias and working together||Kevin Larkins||Female Leadership Network Session 8
Gender Smart Power Point Presentation Session 8
|7||26 June 2014||Embracing Life’s Challenges – changing direction, it’s ok if things don’t work||Steph Prem||Female Leadership Network Session 7|
|6||3 April 2014||Oridinary Women Achieving Extrordinary Things||Kate Riddell – Firefoxes Australia||Female Leadership Network Session 6|
|5||26 Feburary 2014||Mentoring – What its all about and why you should have one||Internal||Female Leadership Network Session 5|
|4||13 November 2013||Lifesaving Panel – What’s in your tool bag for the season ahead?||Lifesaving Female Panellists||Female Leadership Network Session 4|
|3||26 September 2013||Getting the Balance Right – setting goals and achieving them||Matti Clements||Female Leadership Network Session 3|
|2||14 August 2013||Play the Game – women vs male brains, how we can communicate||Carol Fox||Female Leadership Network Session 2|
|1||20 June 2013||Personal Brand – understanding you and your leadership style||Leigh Russell||Female Leadership Network Session 1|