When Cynthia became a registered nurse in the early 1990’s, she had no idea she would be where she is today. Join us for this exclusive lunch and network with other female business leaders at Pier One’s spectacular waterfront venue and hear pivotal leadership stories from our impressive guest speaker Cynthia Payne MAICD, Independent National Director of the Heart Foundation and past CEO of aged services provider SummitCare. Cynthia is also past Chair of the Arts Health Institute and the Australian Organisational Excellence Foundation.
For the past ten years, Cynthia has been lead mentor for the University of Western Sydney's "Lucy Mentoring Program", which enables young women moving into male dominated career pathways to connect with a Mentor. She was most recently awarded the Woman of the West award by the University of Western Sydney on International Women’s Day in March 2018.
Cynthia will share her experience leading teams through major transformation and the methodologies used to enhance individual performance of senior executives. Her two major NFP directorships of businesses with federated models have presented challenges in decision making and unifying organisational culture. Cynthia will also discuss what all service-styled businesses can learn from recent reform in the aged care sector.
- Key successes and challenges through the female lens – how Cynthia got to where she is today
- Challenges associated with chairing a start-up
- Management, leadership and strategic skills used to lead an organisation
- Managing complex businesses
- Transitioning through major change
Cynthia Payne wins the 2018 Women of the West Business Awards.
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