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Dreaming of a career change but don’t know where to even begin?
You’d be forgiven for riding out the last two years in a job you don’t love for the comfort and stability, but that gnawing feeling just won’t budge, will it?
Well, rest assured, we’ve got the masterclass that will change all that!
We’ve partnered with Victoria University to present our latest masterclass, how to hit refresh and progress your career, to inspire and motivate those of us who feel stuck in our current role or industry and see this as the sign to make a change.
Featuring Kate Price, Abiola (Abi) Akinbiyi, and Deborah Dickinson there’s no doubt you’ll leave this masterclass with any doubts about your next steps.
This is for you if you want to know
- The actions you can do to take that next career step
- How to take the plunge into post grad study or upskilling
- How to successfully change career or industry
Sound like something you wanna be a part of?
Who will be on the masterclass?
Kate is the National Marketing & Industry Engagement Manager with law firm Hall & Wilcox. Prior to this, Kate held senior roles at the Australian Football League (AFL) and has also held senior roles at Cricket Australia, Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne Stadiums Limited (Marvel Stadium) and the Department of Premier and Cabinet. Passionate about sport, Kate has completed an Ironman and was thrilled to podium in an open water swim from Europe to Asia. Kate won the ‘Student of the Year’ award when she graduated from Victoria University with a Master of Sport Business and has also lectured in the VU Master of Sport Business and Integrity program. Kate is a ‘VU Women in Sport Ambassador’ and as ‘Mum’ to Ella, her 2½ year old daughter, Kate is proud to champion the cause of women in sport ensuring women have the same opportunities to participate and lead in sport.
Abiola (Abi) Akinbiyi is an award-winning entrepreneur, a healthcare professional, mentor, experienced community leader and advocate with a great passion for capacity building and social justice. Abi owns an event planning and fashion line business and oversees the operations of a medical healthcare clinic. She is known for her diverse skills, sense of humour and energetic attributes. She wears many hats and considers herself a mumpreneur. Abi has over 19 years of experience working in Victoria’s public and private health sectors. She is a registered nurse, a clinical nurse educator, mathematician, and a former IT professional. She was recently appointed as the Community Representative Commissioner at the Victoria multicultural commission.
Deborah Dickinson is a Mindset Life Coach. Deborah is from Aotearoa, New Zealand, and very proud of her Māori heritage. She loved being a feminine little girl growing up in nature where paddocks, trees and waterfalls were her playground. At a tender age of 11, Deborah’s world was turned upside when she lost her mother at a roadside accident. The grief and ongoing disruption resulted in her protecting herself in the only way she knew how, shielding the feminine little girl by creating a warrior exterior. Later in life Deborah would learn how this was an ongoing loop of sabotage of her true identity. Deborah had a very successful corporate career spanning more than 20 years, exceeding her expectations having gone from factory floor to a senior executive position only to find the desire and fulfilment had withered. Deborah now helps female corporate leaders balance work and motherhood taking back control of their life so they too can start deliberately living YOU, your true identity.
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