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Save the date – 28 and 29 July – the 23rd annual Macquarie Women, Management and Work Conference

MWMW CONFERENCEsphinxx is proud to support Macquarie University and its annual Women, Management and Work Conference.  For any woman in the corporate or business world who has dreamt about being a more effective leader – this is a must attend conference!

Register today or before 30 June 2011 and go into the lucky prize draw with fabulous prizes on offer.

28 and 29 July 2011 Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney 

Macquarie University is leading the way in Australian research on women and leadership, and conducts the research behind the annual EOWA Census of Women in Leadership so you’ll be hearing from leading experts and practitioners at this conference in July – the 23rd annual Women, Management and Work Conference in Sydney.

Discover how to use your strengths to become an influential leader at Macquarie University from a Who’s Who of prominent leaders including:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO BOOK. 

Group discounts are available for those of you wishing to send delegations from your business – contactpam.morpeth@mq.edu.au for details.

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