FREE EVENT: AN INSPIRING STORY FOR LEADING CULTURAL CHANGE
How will you play your part this International Women’s Day?
During an inspirational live, virtual interview, humanitarian lawyer, and hostage survivor Rabia Siddique will share her powerful and emotional story before asking leaders to reflect on their own journeys, challenges and perspectives.
Named one of Australia’s top 100 women of influence and an Australian of the Year finalist, Rabia is a multi-award-winning storyteller, global inspirational speaker, leadership consultant, media commentator and human rights advocate.
Rabia will relate her very personal story of battling with discrimination, abuse, chronic illness, and post-traumatic stress after her involvement in a hostage crisis in Iraq, and then being written out of history to the act of leading, to inspire greater diversity, inclusion, and cultural change.
Over one hour she will explore:
Rabia says leaders have a choice. To ignore the work needed to ensure greater equity and inclusivity or to choose to lead a cultural change.
How will you use your influence and privileged position? What leader will you be? How will you play your part?
In this highly interactive session:
Information packed and highly practical, this live author access event is a must-attend for:
Recording access is ONLY available to our Growth Faculty Members.
Rabia is an international humanitarian lawyer, retired British Army senior officer, former war crimes and terrorism prosecutor, and hostage survivor. She has undertaken humanitarian aid work in Asia, South America, Europe, and the Middle East, for which she was decorated by Her Majesty the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Rabia’s bestselling memoir, is “Equal Justice: My Journey as a Woman, a Soldier and a Muslim,” and underway is her second book about the power we all have to be the positive change we seek in the world. Peace, equity, inclusion, and the sustainability of our planet are what drives her. And, she says, her biggest “challenge and joy” is being a single mother to her teenage triplet sons!