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Alicia shares her insights on a panel for Public Education Professional Development on the implementation of the General Capabilities, an Australian educational concept that broadly reflects the World Economic Forum’s 21st Century Skills.
The Squiggly Path to Success is a candid and personal conversation into the search for a job - as Alicia sits down with Suhaib to share her challenges and learnings from graduating during a change in government and record high unemployment rate.
Alicia facilitates a workshop with emerging and established women leaders to inspire action and drive meaningful change in communities to advance women in leadership.
Alicia delivers the keynote speech: Digital Workforce Transformation and Embracing Change. She considers what the future of the International Education sector may hold, a deep dive into the technology drivers that motivate students, impact work and the leadership qualities required to calibrate student, staff and sector needs.
Alicia speaks about how organisational culture can determine social media success by exploring the growing power of social media, discussing the organisational processes required to incorporate strategic social media into a corporate strategy, and the influence of internal communications.
Alicia facilitates a leadership and networking workshop and masterclass for a cohort of young community leaders. This interactive workshop assists the Youth Community Service Award Alumni, an affiliate of The Order of Australia Association on their leadership journey.
Building a Coalition for change across the Australian Public Service
ANU College of Business and Economics’ MomentuM Program Closing Ceremony Address
TV Presenter, Job Seeker Campaign
Rethinking Impostor Syndrome
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome