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Join our group booking for a personal introduction to Avivah Wittenberg-Cox… and a $150 saving at the Melbourne and Sydney programs

Avivah_event_buttonTime is running out to register for the forthcoming Avivah Wittenberg-Cox programs in Melbourne on 17th May and Sydney on 19th May.  With only 2 weeks to go you’ll be disappointed if you don’t get along and see this global authority on gender balance, and hear how she’s helped dozens and dozens of multi national companies to profit from gender balanced business.

The Growth Faculty has generously extended the earlybird group booking rate for members of the sphinxx group booking – so you’ll pay only $550 for the morning workshop, a $150 saving on individual registrations. 

What can you expect?

In a half-day morning session, Avivah will share her experience and insights on gender balanced leadership across the numerous multi national corporations she serves so that you:

  • Understand the emergence of our next economic revolution
  • Discover why better gender balance makes good business and economic sense
  • Gain insights of best practices and lessons learned from global companies
  • Learn how to implement constructive, non-divisive gender balancing strategies
  • Generate concrete, actionable ideas that can help you drive change in your company and avoid costly mistakes
  • Develop a gender balance program that delivers results for your business

For more information, download the full brochure here.

I’ll be at both the Melbourne and Sydney events and where I will be hosting sphinxx tables and it will be my pleasure to personally introduce all of the sphinxx group participants to Avivah.

To register at this special group rate for either Melbourne and Sydney, please contact me ASAP while spaces last.

I look forward to seeing you there!

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