Stephanie Christopher of IWF Australia recently shared reflections from the 2015 IWF World Leadership Conference in a blog post titled, “We are full of possibility: What I learnt from my time at the International Women’s Forum World Leadership Conference,” with the Australian Magazine Women’s Agenda.
Christopher shared insights inspired by the conference, speaking on personal branding, she says, “While it’s important to refine your story over time, we sometimes forget that our target audiences and goals change. Your own brand should reflect who you are, while encompassing what you’re aiming for, as well as your past accomplishments.”
Stephanie has extensive general management, sales, marketing and strategic consulting experience in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the United States and Europe. She is currently the CEO of The Executive Connection (TEC) Australia and New Zealand, a membership organisation that provides mentoring, peer support and professional development for CEOs and business leaders. Stephanie regularly speaks and blogs on leadership issues, including women in leadership and is establishing Women in TEC to support and promote women leaders in business by highlighting role models of successful women in diverse business environments. She has particular interest in the needs of CEOs and business leaders of SMEs. Prior to her corporate career, Stephanie had a clinical career as a speech pathologist.
Read her blog post for Women’s Agenda here.