Wise Women's Network

Small events for women with success in mind. We gather for dinner on the third Monday of each month. Our aim is to learn and connect.

The evening starts with a twenty minute 'hot topic' presentation by master trainer, Eleanor Shakiba. Then we continue to explore the night's topic over dinner. During this stage of the evening, we exchange ideas and create action plans.

Dinner includes a main course, coffee or tea with a muffin/friand and a glass of wine. Sign up to attend a monthly dinner below.

Here's what our dynamic members have said about past events

Last night's wise women's dinner was wonderful. A great evening with great discussion. I look forward to future discussions! Georgia Siabanis, The Turning Lane. October 2016

I love it. I look forward to our monthly meetings. I enjoy being in an environment where the emphasis is on women thriving. LIz Webster. November 2016

Really warm and welcoming. I found the conversations useful and enjoyable. A great group of people and a wonderful initiative. Amy Parish. November 2016


Event dates for 2017


20 November 2017: Tenacious focus: your key to success in 2018

Think back over this year. Did you achieve everything you wanted to? Or did your focus waver and distractions reign? If you’re like most busy women, you probably sacrificed your own goals to help other people achieve theirs. Well, it’s time for a habit reboot. Learn one simple step you can use to stay focused and aligned to your ‘true north’ in the new year. Only $70. Seats are limited.

More comments from members of the group

I really enjoy the balance of practical strategies and casual conversation. All the women are incredibly supportive and open to hearing about different workplaces as well as offering feedback. Liz Green. November 2016

Love your delivery style and your ability to facilitate great learning! Marcelle Craner. November 2016

An informal supportive and safe place to share personal and professional stories that remind me I’m not alone and to have a glass of wine and laugh. Jodie Lydeker. November 2016