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Perth, Roundtable: Women in the Boardroom - Opportunities & Challenges

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Perth, Roundtable: Women in the Boardroom - Opportunities & Challenges

Join BWA Leaders Lyn Hawkins, (National Director) and Belinda Von Knoll (Shadforth Financial Group) in a Roundtable conversation, as we share Boardroom insights, experiences, opportunities and challenges facing women on boards.

At this interactive discussion we will explore the pathways to effective inclusion and participation, the need to understand human behaviour, and best practices in the boardroom. The presence of women on boards offers impressive benefits, including diverse perspectives, improved governance, better financial performance and talent management, reputation benefits and stakeholder trust, improved risk management and compliance. Gender equality gets better results. Yet while the representation of women on boards in Australia has been steadily increasing, there's still progress to be made to achieve gender balance.

At this "Chatham house" confidential boardroom discussion, we will discover more about each other and contribute to a powerful conversation connecting emerging leaders keen to be effective Board Directors, and those who have decades of lessons to share.

Register your seat today as there are limited numbers to ensure an interactive discussion and quality conversation over nibbles and refreshments generously provided by Shadforth Finance Group. 

Share your insights and be part of the growth of the BWA’s national community; Australia’s fastest growing cohort of female leaders committed to progressing change that has real impact.

If you have Board experience, whether in the NFP, private or public sector, or aspirations for a Board role, we would love you to join the conversation.

BWA is a non-competing, supportive enterprise with a desire to see all women achieve success in business and life.

About Belinda Von Knoll:

Belinda is a Private Wealth Adviser in the Perth office for the Shadforth Financial Group and a leading member of Business Women Australia. She enjoys working with her clients to build long term relationships. Her goal is to help her clients achieve peace of mind by ensuring they have a plan in place to reach their financial and personal goals. Belinda holds a BA in Comparative Literature, a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning and is a Specialist SMSF Advisor with the Self-Managed Superannuation Fund Association. She is also the Secretary of the WA Branch of the Self-Managed Superannuation Fund Association.

Belinda has worked in the financial services industry since 1990. She started in the field of corporate superannuation and moved into advising private clients in 2000. Belinda is sought for her experience as a financial adviser across a broad range of matters from wealth accumulation to retirement planning. She specialises in the field of self managed superannuation funds and has extensive knowledge in this area.

In 2022 and 2023 Belinda was recognised in The Australian’s Top 100 Financial Advisers in Australia, in association with Barron’s.

About Lyn HawkinsLyn is the Founding Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on business growth, marketing and cultural transformation. She has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses. As a Principal of a successful consulting practice Lyn works predominantly with professional services firms and enterprise teams developing and implementing business development strategies and cultural change programs with a focus on developing diverse leadership. Lyn is also the WA Director of Private Wealth Network and has mentored  students at UWA for 10 years. Lyn has experience with both NFP and private company boards.

ABOUT BUSINESS WOMEN AUSTRALIA:

BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

  1. Business owners and entrepreneurs
  2. Executives and managers
  3. Professionals
  4. Women on boards
  5. Emerging leaders
  6. Women who desire growth and high level connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

  1. Leadership
  2. Business Improvement
  3. Personal & Professional Growth
  4. Connections & Friendship

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