Conference

2019 TSAA Conference, Together Towards Tomorrow

August 26th & 27th at Hotel Grand Chancellor, Launceston

2019 Conference Guest Speakers

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         Robbi Mack

Robbi Mack is the ‘Queen of HeartBeatz’ and has a passion for inspiring and amplifying the potential found in human connection. Robbi empowers people with the tools to integrate our
minds, with messages from the heart. An expert in emotional intelligence she innately understands the importance of self-awareness, self-management, and the power of empathy in
becoming our greatest selves.

HeartBeatz lays a foundation for inspired heart-centered leadership. Understanding human connection enhances communication, strengthens teams and builds collaborative high
performing cultures. At the core of business is the heart of the people driving its success. As a speaker, Robbi is a five-foot firecracker who brings style and flare to any conference
program.

Spending most of her life onstage her presentations are a unique combination of enriching business content delivered with the execution of a world-class performer. Her
messages are insightful, jam packed with strategies to enable personal transformation via the relationships in our lives.

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Lisa McInnes-Smith
Lisa McInnes-Smith works with audiences to create a shift in attitude, behaviour and direction which helps to improve focus and lift performance within any company. She works with corporations to help improve and increase profitability and productivity.

Able to connect with any audience, Lisa works hard to communicate in a clear, concise manner to ensure that all individuals take something away from her presentation and apply it to their professional and personal lives. She is described as high energy and as a result of her popularity she has been inducted into the International Speaker Hall of Fame, being the first Australian to achieve this.

Lisa’s presentations are described as uplifting, entertaining and interactive and cover a broad range of topics including:

  • Attributes that lead to great leadership
  • How potential followers can learn to lead
  • Important leadership characteristics and how to grow them
  • Importance of choosing peer groups and how to build them
  • Significance of trust in an environment
  • Creating an atmosphere where individuals can flourish
  • Fast tracking leadership skills

Our conference dinner will be on Monday night and the theme this year is “White Winter Wonderland”. So get creative and start thinking about your outfit! This year we are supporting White Ribbon and  donations will be taken on the night, so bring some loose change.

White Ribbon Mission:  To achieve our mission in creating a nation that respects women, in which every woman lives in safety, free from all forms of men’s abuse, we engage in primary prevention. We look to stopping the violence before it starts. Preventing violence against women requires a broad approach involving primary prevention educational programs, engaging men, community services and lobbying for law reforms through our advocacy work.

 

Further updates to come, so stay tuned!

We have rooms on hold for conference delegates – for them to book these rooms they will need to phone Lynda Coombe from reservations on 03 6311 1055 or email reservations@hgclaunceston.com.au and to advise they are booking for the ‘TSAA conference delegate’ rate. Credit card details will need to be provided upon booking for guarantee of room. Booking reference for these rooms is #304475.