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#IamRemarkable Online Workshop for International Women’s Day 2022
March 9, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pmFree
We invite you to celebrate International Women’s Day with us!
This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias, a commitment that is central to the #IamRemarkable movement. #IamRemarkable is a global Google initiative that strives to empower everyone, particularly women and underrepresented groups, to express their achievements in the workplace and beyond.
We know that gender, race, age, ability, and other identity-based stereotypes can impact perception about a person’s competence and ability. This leads to implicit biases we may not even be aware – let’s take action.
About the Workshop
We are inviting all NCWQ members to an exclusive #IamRemarkable workshop, held by Saalihah Seedat (Consultant Clinical Pharmacist and Personal Development Coach) in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 9 from 12-1:30pm.
#IamRemarkable workshops have had measurable impact, where after participating:
82% feel more confident
89% are more active in self-promotion
49% achieve job or career growth
Don’t miss this opportunity to foster the skills in self-promotion you need to cultivate your networks and chase that next opportunity.
This event is FREE, but registrations are essential, so book your place.
Host: Saalihah Seedat, Accredited My Health for Life Facilitator, Consultant Clinical Pharmacist
Date: 12pm – 1.30pm Wednesday 9 March 2022
Price: FREE for NCWQ members and affiliate organisations.
Venue: Online via Zoom (details will be sent to registered participants)
Who can attend? This program is an exclusive offer open to all NCWQ members and affiliate organisations. If you wish to join NCWQ, we welcome new membership applications. NCWQ membership starts at $24 per year. You can apply here.
Registration is essential. Please register today for this free event.
Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Presenter
Consultant Clinical Pharmacist, Certified My Health for Life Facilitator, Accredited Mental Health First Aider, Personal Development Coach, Mentor (B.Pharm, MPS, AACPA, Dip. Leadership, Coaching & Mentoring), NCWQ Committee member
Saalihah Seedat is a Consultant Clinical Pharmacist, social entrepreneur, philanthropist and mentor who is passionate about leadership, social issues and making a difference in people’s lives.
A mom of 3, Saalihah strikes a work-life balance between working as a Consultant Pharmacist conducting medication reviews in the community sector, a part-time Clinical Pharmacist in private hospital practice and as a My health for life Facilitator.
Along with her passion for inspiring and motivating individuals as a personal development and wellbeing specialist, Saalihah is a highly skilled social innovator of change. She says that she owes her success and achievements to her supportive husband who has been her biggest cheerleader since they migrated to Australia in 2002 from Southern Africa.
Saalihah has undertaken voluntary roles with the various Share the Dignity initiatives, Skilling Queenslanders for work programs, and also in the organising of Breast Cancer fundraising events for the Crescents of Brisbane.
Saalihah has sponsored a NCWQ bursary for an Emerging Female Leader from a culturally and linguistically diverse background (2019/2020) and has undertaken the role of Mentor to the National Council of Young Women of Qld.
Saalihah has also received the following achievements and accolades:
- Profiled as part of the global Celebrating Women initiative in 2017
- Finalist in the 2018 Access Community Services Ltd Qld Women in Leadership award
- Finalist in 2019 Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Bowl Of Hygea Qld Pharmacist of the Year Award
- City Of Logan 2020 Australia Day Awards, Citizen of the Year Finalist
- Finalist in 2020 The 25th International Women’s Day Festival (Gold Coast) Leadership in Community Sector Award
- Blackmores Mercie Whellan Women+Wellbeing Awards Finalist 2021
Cooking and experimenting with different cuisines stirs her soul and she adores stimulating conversation. Saalihah is currently pursuing a Postgraduate qualification in Clinical Pharmacy Aged Care through Monash University. She strongly believes that ‘Knowledge is Power’ and by sharing knowledge we can contribute to a more connected, empowered and united community