Date night with a leader talking that good “F” Word

It’s a blind date that will open your eyes.

Date-night-with-a-leader

Date and time: Friday 5 May, 5.30pm-8pm
Venue: LAB-14, 700 Swanston St, Carlton
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Meet our panel of leaders to discuss everyone’s greatest fear: failure.

Learn how industry and community leaders have faced failure and turned it around into one of their greatest triumphs. With the bar open from 5.30pm onwards, this is a chance to laugh at failure and see it in a whole new light.

Our “Fail-stars” include:

  • Sally Arnold – author and Founder, Creating Encores
  • Rachel Audige – Innovative Thinking Facilitator and Founder, Systemic Inventive Thinking Australia
  • Greg Barns – barrister, writer, company director, Salamanca Chambers Hobart; Gorman Chambers Melbourne
  • Jessica Christiansen Franks – Co-founder and CEO, Neighbourlytics
  • Charlie Day – CEO, Innovation and Science Australia
  • Susan De Weger – Founder and Associate Lecturer, Notable Ventures, IgniteLAB, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
  • Rose Hiscock – Director, Science Gallery Melbourne
  • Susan Just – Principal, Lauriston Girls’ School
  • Chris Kommatas – Innovation Manager and Program Director, Melbourne Health Accelerator, Royal Melbourne Hospital
  • Brendan Lacota – Councillor, Law Institute of Victoria
  • Martine Letts – CEO, Committee for Melbourne
  • David Mast – Asia Pacific Offering Manager, IBM Bluemix
  • Maggie Mee – Digital Strategy and Business Investment Director, Connect Invest Global (UK)
  • Jo Mikleus – business leader and non-executive director
  • Glibert Rochecouste – Managing Director and Founder, Village Well
  • Jacyl Shaw – Director, Engagement, Carlton Connect Initiative, University of Melbourne
  • Tony Simmons – Founder and CEO, Mktplace Ventures
  • Kishan Thurairasa – Co-founder and former CEO, Jobbop
  • Jackie Watts – Councillor, City of Melbourne
  • Li Xia – Managing Director, Nebula Health

 

This event is part of Melbourne Knowledge Week 1-7 May 2017 proudly presented by the City of Melbourne.
mkw.melbourne.vic.gov.au

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