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Women's Development

Discover your full potential as a Female Leader!

Finally – and in-depth program designed specifically to unleash the capabilities of female leaders who want to achieve more

Over the past 3 decades, the differences between men and woman have been well documented.  Whether it be communication or negotiation styles, decision making, leading or learning – the evidence is clear: men and women are different.  Women also face unique challenges in the business world and require specialist methodologies to maximise the development activities they undertake.

Despite being well aware of the differences, there has been a gap in the development offerings to help women in management to take their next step – one that addresses these issues and bridges the gap.  That program is here now.

This elite & in-depth program for serious businesswomen who are ready to advance their careers & build their leadership capabilities has been designed by an expert in this field.  The program assists women in identifying their unique skills and talents while instilling in them flexibility in a variety of approaches to business problems and scenarios.

The frequency of the program is based not only on demand, but on the composition of the group. From experience, we know that having the right mix of learning styles, personalities, industries and occupations can be a cornerstone for the success of the program and the goal achievement of the individual participants.

To this end, we accept applications for the program at any time and will keep you posted with the progress of your acceptance into one of our Unstoppable Women! groups.

Should I invest in the Unstoppable Women! Program?

What will I lean in Unstoppable Women! - Steps to Success (Part 1)

What is the Program Methodology

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Women's Development Testimonials

“You exceeded my expectations.  I have learned so much about self belief.  I know now if I put my mind to something, I can do it – not just at work, but in all areas of my life.  Thanks, Sandi”

Kathy Zahra, Test Analyst, IOOF


“Sandi, thank you for giving yourself to our program. How refreshing to work with a ‘real’ person!”

Tracey Walsh, Services Co-ordinator, Canon


“Sandi’s enthusiasm, professionalism and commitment was very contagious.  Her personality created a fantastic, humorous and very enjoyable program.  Sandi’s knowledge is excellent; she tied each step together and continued to reinforce issues.  I feel very much encouraged to take this new knowledge on board.”

Diane Hackett, Policy Officer, Dept of Veterans Affairs


“I love, love, love the way Sandi uses real life examples with us because I took everything in so much more.  Have never come across a better trainer.”

Leanne Jackman, Secretary, Canon


“Practical explanations and tools that will impact me greatly in my work and life!  Sand is creative, enthusiastic, helpful and responsive!”

Rebecca Jeffery, Assistant Director, Dept of Health and Aging


“Sandi is fantastic – the content is all inspiring.  We hung on to every word.  Encouraging, clear, inspiring, funny, knowledgeable.  Never met anyone that has taught me so much in a small amount of time.”

Vicki Boyle, Assistant Accountant, Canon


“Finally - the tools I need to help me move on in life.” 

Leone King - Administrative Officer, University of Western Sydney


"Thoroughly enjoyed the roller coaster of thoughts and feelings that presented for me and the contribution Sandi made using techniques and examples that were easily understood.  Sandi allowed me into her world for my benefit.”

Margarita Aljabary, Onsite Service and Support Co-ordinator, Canon


”You need to understand you to be successful. Thanks for the insights Sandi, to take time out to focus on yourself, your life, dreams, career is such a good health check.” 

Rachel Lewis - Business Development Officer, BP


"Very enjoyable – down to earth with great strategies.”

Gayle Philipp, Marketing Specialist, Tech Online


”Plenty of food for thought. I know I am the only one holding myself back. Fun, straight forward and most of all 'real' delivery.” 

Nicola Evans - Director, Sort It Now


“Succinct useful information & tips for personal success. Sandi knows how to engage an audience, has charisma and is inspiring.”

Mandy Baric - Exchange Program Co-Ordinator, University of Western Sydney


“Loved the information, ideas and tools imparted in this seminar. Will use them starting tomorrow.” 

Belinda Denison - Program Development Officer, Nillumbik Shire


”Sandi, you mange to enlighten and educate very effectively with your humour and real life scenarios. I see myself in every demonstration.” 

Vanessa Ashby - Owner, The Exceptional Assistant


”Sandi, you put this valuable knowledge in such a relatable, energising way - your words will stick with me for a long time and inspire me to take action! Thank you so much.” 

Karen Wallace - The Cleaning Space


”The energy and personal investment Sandi gave to the presentation was at a very high level. All people in the group participated enthusiastically and honestly thanks to Sandi's experienced guidance. What an eye opening exercise. Sandi is brilliant.” 

Anita Kwint, Project Officer, State Revenue Office Victoria

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