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Women in Travel encouraged to join National Outspoken Women Campaign

September 13, 2017 Business News No Comments Email Email

A national movement to counter the silencing of women’s voices is about to be launched in Adelaide and women in the travel sector are encouraged to join.With women comprising almost half of all employees, but holding only a-quarter of key management roles, it’s time to call “Enough!”  Tracey Spicer, Louise Pascale and Liza-Jayne (LJ) Loch built the Outspoken Women business (https://www.outspokenwomen.com/after training mixed gender groups in communications strategy over the past 30 years.

Outspoken Women Co-Founders Tracey Spicer, Liza-Jayne (LJ) Loch and Louise Pascale

“We all noticed the same thing,” Ms Spicer said. “Women who felt like they didn’t deserve to be heard, or being talked over by male colleagues. And, in many cases, simply having their ideas dismissed.”

While workplace structures, such as the 15.3% gender pay gap, unconscious bias and ‘boys’ clubs’, are holding women back, training in breaking down these barriers is priceless.

“From women who are a couple of years into their careers, to women transitioning into leadership roles, there’s an appetite to take more control in the professional environment,” Ms Loch said.

Many of Australia’s leading public and corporate organisations are requesting sessions to optimise their employees’ impact in presentations, negotiations and even performance reviews.

“South Australia was the first state in the country to give women the vote, and today women hold 48% of the positions on State government boards and committees,” Ms Pascale said. “There’s a real push for gender equality here and we’re thrilled to be launching this important initiative in Adelaide.”

Places are filling quickly for the full day Adelaide Open State Presentation Master Class on26 September, with tickets just $650 per woman and available viahttps://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/outspoken-women-master-class-tickets-37483880295

In addition to regular Master Classes around Australia, Outspoken Women is offering two full scholarships to each session for disadvantaged women.

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