Women in Leadership Driving Change empowerment workshop set for Midland


WILD’C chairwoman Karen Woodcock (left) and event co-ordinator Sharron Attwood.  Picture: David Baylis d482427
WILD’C chairwoman Karen Woodcock (left) and event co-ordinator Sharron Attwood. Picture: David Baylis d482427

A WOMEN’S empowerment workshop is hoping to drive change and inspire women in the workforce and in life.

Not-for-profit organisation Women In Leadership Driving Change is running a series of workshops and seminars aimed at giving women a sense of personal wellbeing, improving personal skills and personal development.

The workshops address mindfulness, confidence, budgeting, branding, social media and getting back into the workforce.

Organiser Sharron Attwood said the workshops were for all women who were looking at getting back into the workforce after raising children, people looking at changing jobs, looking at volunteering or just wanting to gain more confidence and learn.

“It’s economic empowerment for women,” she said.

Chairwoman Karen Woodcock said the event aimed to change attitudes and improve confidence in women.

“A lot of women find it hard to find the confidence to change jobs, apply for jobs and become empowered economically, so we hope these workshops will help make a difference,” she said.

The first WILD’C workshop is at the Midland Junction Arts Centre on Wednesday, May 16, from 9.30am to 2.30pm.

Tickets are $19 and include workshops, lunch and workbook. For more details and tickets, visit WILD’C Network on Facebook.

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