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Celebrating and empowering women!

Goal setting. We all know we should do it. But does it really make that much difference?

Joseph La Posta, General Manager of Talkforce, is well versed on goal setting theories and will provide invaluable insights on how – and why - you should start setting clear individual and team goals for the new year.

A panel of CCA’s senior leaders will join Joseph to share how they use goals in their everyday work and the impact this has had on their career development.

You will also have plenty of opportunity to celebrate 2017 and network with the fabulous NAWO network over light refreshments.

Don’t miss out!

Date:      Thursday 7 December, 2017

Time:     3:00 - 5:30 PM

Host:      Coca-Cola Amatil
Venue:   Level 14, 40 Mount St North Sydney NSW 2060 

 

      

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