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RECENT EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

 

SYDNEY SWANS LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST, JULY 2018 (SYDNEY)

ELEVEN Program Director & Curator Milo-Arne Wilkinson delivered a captivating ‘Defining Moments’ presentation at Kaplan Professional’s Leadership Breakfast co-hosted with the Sydney Swans.

Have you ever wondered why we tend to remember the best or worst moment of an experience, as well as the last moment, and forget the rest? Centred on the Heath Brothers’ book The Power of Moments, this presentation explored why certain brief experiences can jolt us, elevate us and change us – and how we can learn to create such extraordinary moments in our life and work. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

PAST EVENTS

  • Women in Leadership & Management Summit, July 2019 (Melbourne)

    ELEVEN Program Director & Curator Milo-Arne Wilkinson presented her keynote ‘The Power of Moments’ at Liquid Learning‘s Women in Leadership & Management Summit. 

    This presentation explored why certain brief experiences can jolt us and elevate us, and how we can learn to create such extraordinary moments in our life and work. This session uncovered why we tend to remember the best or worst moment of an experience as well as the last moment and forget the rest. In an industry full of change, we tend to feel most comfortable when things are certain but we can learn to feel most alive when they’re not. We examined the concept of ‘breaking the script’ in our own lives and the lives of our clients every single time.

  • CFA Society New York Leadership Advancement Program, July 2018 (New York)

    CFA Society New York and Kaplan Professional presented the kickoff event to a series of symposiums on ELEVEN – Leadership Advancement Program: ‘Are we hardwired for change?’ 

    This introductory series explores ELEVEN methodology and offers attendees an educational learning experience on driving and adapting to change. ELEVEN Program Director & Curator Milo-Arne Wilkinson captivated the audience during her keynote, which was followed by a full-panel discussion from leading industry practitioners on emerging factors of change and more.
  • ELEVEN Workshop: Expanding Comfort Zones, February 2018 (Sydney)

    Presented by Kim Taylor, this workshop focused on testing participant’s limiting beliefs in a fun and engaging way in order to uncover personal insights into their self-imposed comfort zones.

  • Women in Credit Luncheons 2018

    QUEENSLAND, AUGUST 2018
    SOUTH AUSTRALIA, JUNE 2018
    NEW SOUTH WALES, MAY 2018 

    ELEVEN Program Director & Curator Milo-Arne Wilkinson presented her keynote ‘Perception is Deception’ at the Australian Institute of Credit Management‘s Women in Credit business luncheons.

  • Women in Leadership Summits 2018

    WOMEN IN RETAIL & FMCG, SEPTEMBER 2018 (SYDNEY)
    WOMEN IN SUPER & WEALTH MANAGEMENT, AUGUST 2018 (SYDNEY)
    WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT, JULY 2018 (MELBOURNE)
    WOMEN IN INSURANCE, MAY 2018 (SYDNEY)

    ELEVEN Program Director & Curator Milo-Arne Wilkinson presented her keynote ‘Perception is Deception’ at Liquid Learning‘s Women in Leadership Summits. Her presentation covered: 

    • The brain and its relationship to perception of self and others
    • The foundations of neuroscience and neuroplasticity
    • The attributes of leadership and how curiosity can drive behavioural change

  • ELEVEN Launch 2017

    MELBOURNE, SEPTEMBER 2017
    SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 2017

    The ELEVEN launch was a truly unforgettable day full of stories, surprises and unique experiences.

    Delegates in Sydney were treated to an immersive introductory experience through a series of keynotes and presentations from a host of distinguished speakers including: Dr Beau Lotto, Dr Jason Mitchell, Samantha Gash, Jackie Furey, Kim Taylor, Sandy Wright, and Milo-Arne Wilkinson.

    The Melbourne launch centred on ‘who you are and how you are perceived’ through a series of presentations from Mark Wales, Samantha Gash and Milo-Arne Wilkinson.

ELEVEN LAUNCH (SYDNEY)


The ELEVEN launch was a truly unforgettable day full of stories, surprises and unique experiences. Delegates were treated to an immersive introductory experience through a series of keynotes and presentations from a host of distinguished speakers including: Dr Beau Lotto, Do Jason Mitchell, Samantha Gash, Jackie Furey, Kim Taylor, Sandy Wright, and Milo-Arne Wilkinson. The creative flair of the event wowed all, particularly the theming of the presentation rooms, live jazz band performance and the dynamic opening dance that brought life to the 11 attributes.


We were thrilled with the feedback we received and are very grateful for the amazing support. 


You can view the highlights video to see for yourself!

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