Recording Date: 06-Feb-2019
Recording Type: Video + Slides
Melinda Fisher (Midja), Facilitator, Mentor, Speaker
Melinda Fisher (Midja), Facilitator, Mentor, Speaker
Melinda Fisher, known as Midja, is a leadership expert, corporate facilitator, mentor and keynote speaker. She is a lawyer and former partner of Shine Lawyers. Midja began her career as an IT consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers, before practising law and then finding her passion in the field of learning and development.
Midja specialises in the areas of authentic leadership, building career confidence and women’s mentoring programs. Her clients have included the Toyota North Queensland Cowboys, SAP, Queensland Law Society, WSP, Australian Trade College, Sandsky Developments, Urban Utilities, QLD RSL and Australasian Legal Practice Management Association (ALPMA).
She started her weekly vlog ‘Mondays with Midja’ 2 years ago, to share her thoughts and tips on leadership and building self-belief. She has been nominated for the Telstra Business Women’s award in 2017.
Midja is the author of the books ‘Great Lawyer to Great Leader’ and ‘Confidence – How to be your most Authentic, Courageous and Unshakeable Self’.
Midja lives on the Gold Coast with her three children.
Overview: Please join Melinda Fisher, ‘Midja’, as she discusses why leadership matters now more than ever in our profession. We need a different leadership culture, one which is agile, innovative and collaborative. Midja will lead an engaging, informative and fun presentation where she will share how to balance both confidence and humility in your leadership role to become a leader worth following.
Please join Melinda Fisher, ‘Midja’, as she discusses why leadership matters now more than ever in our profession. We need a different leadership culture, one which is agile, innovative and collaborative. Midja will lead an engaging, informative and fun presentation where she will share how to balance both confidence and humility in your leadership role to become a leader worth following.
CPD: 1 CPD Unit/Point - Professional Skills
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