Seedlab Sisters: The People Stuff (Evening)

18th May 6-9pm

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Teamwork in Action – people skills and Leadership – how to bring others along on your journey. Communication skills and building your network.

Seedlab Sisters: For Curious Women

The Third Workshop of our Sensational Workshop Program for 2022.

Seedlab Sisters is a unique program to inspire and empower entrepreneurial Tasmanian women to succeed in agri-food industries. We are for entrepreneurial women interested in agri-food industries in North West and West Tasmania. We will inspire you with confidence, and equip you with skills and networks to develop your ventures. Participants from other regions may attend our events.

Workshop #3: The People Stuff.

Topics: Teamwork in Action – people skills and Leadership – how to bring others along on your journey. Recruitment for success. Communication skills.

Live but via computer. We are experienced in making non face-to-face Workshops work well.

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Virtual Event (live and online via Zoom) Zoom details will be provided prior to the event.

At this Workshop you will:

• Meet other entrepreneurial women in your region, and from further afield

• Be inspired by other women who have walked the journey you are (thinking about) embarking on

• Hear from a Seedlab Sister who has completed the Seedlab Tasmania Program and will share her journey

• Be led through tools to help you with the specific topic for the workshop which will help build you, your business idea and your confidence and skills

• Enjoy the camaraderie, compassion and care in the room, even if it’s a Zoom Room!

• There will be a Consent Form sent to all participants by email ahead of time to enable opt-in for monitoring and evaluation purposes.

Seedlab Sisters Cradle Coast The Seedlab Sisters program is funded by the Tasmanian Government Department of Communities ‘Supporting Women to Succeed’ Grant Program. The project partners are Seedlab Tasmania, Cradle Coast Authority, Switch Tasmania, and is led by Swinburne University’s Centre for Social Impact RegionxLink Office.

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