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ACS & WIC Virtual Masterclass Series #1: Being the Boss of Busy

In partnership with Women in Information and Communication (WIC), we are running a masterclass series for our female members to help manage their strengths, so they can cultivate to prevent and cure burnout. Rosalind Cardinal, Managing Director of Shaping Change, will take us a deep dive into the HEART of what it takes to build confidence to climb the corporate ladder as a woman and get what they want at work. Make sure to save your seat.

Event Start: Mon 20 Mar 12:00 PM
Event Finish: Mon 20 Mar 01:30 PM

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Registration End Date: Fri 17 Mar 04:00 PM


<br>In partnership with WIC, we are running a masterclass series for our <strong>female</strong> members to help manage their strengths.<br><br><strong>Being the Boss of Busy</strong><br>Overwhelm. You know how it feels. The simultaneous sensations of stress, panic, exhaustion and the sinking feeling that you are getting nowhere and have no ability to change your situation.<br><br>Who needs it? And how do you stop it before it starts?<br><br>Join us for our Lunch and Learn session, where you will discover how to beat the overwhelm and take back control.<br><br><strong>In this information packed session, you’ll learn:</strong> <ul><li>How to reconnect to your purpose and start making progress again</li><li>What happens when you check out, and how to avoid it</li><li>The importance of self-care, and how to set boundaries without alienating people</li><li>The power of identifying and playing to your strengths</li><li>Smart decision making, scheduling and tracking habits to help you avoid freakout and burnout</li></ul> <strong>Draft Agenda  </strong><br>11:45 AM – Guests&#39; login to the Teams and waiting in the lobby  and event manager to let guests in the meeting room<br>12:00 PM – Formal proceedings begin, introduction by ACS/or WIC representative <br>12:05 PM – masterclass  in progress<br>1:25 PM – masterclass wrap up &amp; questions from audience by ACS/or WIC representative <br>1:30 PM – ask participants to complete the post survey form and close<br><br><em><strong>*This masterclass is exclusive to ACS and WIC Members only.<br>*If you are a member of WIC, please get in touch with WIC for a promo code to receive the member rate. <br>*Seat are limited, make sure to save your seat by registering early.</strong></em>

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Help women build their confidence and start getting what they want at work.

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Rosalind Cardinal

Rosalind Cardinal

Rosalind Cardinal is the Managing Director of Shaping Change, a consultancy specialising in improving business outcomes by developing individuals, teams and organisations. 

Ros is a solutions and results oriented facilitator and leadership coach, with a career in the Human Resources and Organisational Development field spanning more than 30 years. Ros brings an energetic and proactive approach combined with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Her expertise spans leadership development, organisational culture, team building, change and transition management, emotional intelligence, organisational behaviour, employee engagement, strategic direction and management. Ros is an outstanding facilitator whose passion is evident in her work. She is able to engage and empathise with her audience, while providing challenging insight that encourages people to think outside parameters. She has a unique skill set that combines an incredible depth of facilitation and training capability with strategic understanding. With this she becomes instrumental in both shaping a people strategy and also then translating that strategy into creative, engaging and high impact organisational initiatives. 

Ros is a talented executive and leadership coach, with current coaching clients at Executive and Senior levels in Government agencies, private enterprise and the community sectors. She is a sought after guest speaker and subject matter expert at events and conferences. Ros’ many certifications include LSI/GSI/LI and OCI/OEI (Human Synergistics), Mayer Salovey Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (ebpsych), Myers Briggs Type Indicator Step 1 and 2 (APP), 4Mat Learning Type Measure/Hemispheric Mode Indicator/Leadership Behaviour Indicator (4Mat Aust.), Lencioni’s 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, The Leadership Practices Inventory, Benchmarks and Skillscope (CCL) and Political Intelligence. Ros is also a certified Change Management Practitioner, an accredited practitioner in Human Instincts, an accredited Appreciation at Work facilitator and a certified Neurocoach and Neuroleader. Ros is a Certified Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (CAHRI), a member of the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) a Professional Member of the Australian Association for Psychological Type (AusAPT), a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and a member of the Neuroleadership Institute. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Human Resources from Deakin University, an Australian Human Resources Institute Professional Diploma in Human Resources and has completed the Australian Graduate School of Management Executive Program, Strategic Human Resource Management. In 2018, after two years of design and development, Ros released her Women’s Leader Archetypes model and assessment for women in leadership roles. To date over 7000 women have completed the assessment, and many hundreds provided additional insights into women’s leadership issues via email and interviews. In addition to Ros’ own blog, she is a regular contributing writer for Leaders in Heels, The Huffington Post, “Thrive Global”, and “People Development” Magazine. Ros’ business story is showcased in the 2014 book “Australian Entrepreneur”. In 2016 Ros released her bestselling and award nominated book “The Resilient Employee: The essential guide to coping with change and thriving in today’s workplace”. 

Shaping Change has been a finalist in the Australian Small Business Champions Awards every year since 2015, and in 2015 Ros was a winner in the Australian Edupreneur Awards (Business Consulting category). In 2016, 2017, and again in 2018, Ros was awarded Leadership Coach of the Year – Australia by Corporate LiveWire in their global Innovation and Excellence Awards. In 2020 Ros was a finalist in the prestigious Telstra Business Women’s Awards. 

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