Webinar: Worklife balance for women in business

Next date: Wednesday, 14 June 2023 | 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM

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Enterprise Plus, with thirty years' experience delivering business advisory programs, recognises the significant role women carry out in business. We also recognise the challenges specifically impacting women including trying to achieve a healthy and sustainable worklife balance.

Our advisors are aware that if a couple is in business together in addition to work duties the bulk of household and parenting duties are taken on by women.

We are also aware that women in business are confronted with issues that men are not.

In this webinar you will learn how to understand

  • That wellbeing does not happen by accident it must be scheduled
  • That wellbeing does not happen by accident it must be scheduled
  • The value of having a personal wellbeing plan, schedule down time to relax and regenerate.

You will leave this webinar with the ability to

  • Improve workplace effectiveness by scheduling wellbeing time such as two consecutive days off a week and or daily wellbeing time slots
  • Increase work satisfaction by being self-aware and identifying what behaviour by others causes concern/offence/frustration and consider a solution or response
  • Achieve a worklife balance by exploring whate current work or household tasks can be delegated or outsourced.

Meet your presenter - Kylie Pettitt

Kylie Pettitt has had an extensive professional career across the consumer goods industry. Her first career was within the wine & beverage industry, where she held roles in blue chip public and private organisations, focused on sales, marketing, leadership, category development and strategy.

Working for Red Bull, Pernod Ricard, Accolade Wines, and SC Johnson, she managed major retail, wholesale and hospitality clients for market-leading brands and portfolios. From this experience, Kylie brings strength and passion to product development, strategic business planning, and digital marketing.

Kylie later worked for Bluescope Steel, using her category and stakeholder management skills to lead pricing decisions for the Manufacturing Sector.

Kylie understands that mindset and emotional wellness play a crucial role in personal and professional success and has designed and facilitated programs focused on employee engagement and well-being.

In 2021, Kylie started her coaching practice, working with small business owners and female entrepreneurs to develop strong business foundations and the mindset to succeed in the early stages of business.

Kylie is passionate about leading clients to discover their own internal strengths, build resilience and thrive despite external circumstances.

Kylie is completing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Wollongong. She holds certifications in NLP, Success Coaching, Conscious Education, High-Pressure Negotiation, and Emotional Intelligence, as well as a Level 2 WSET (wine and spirit education trust). Kylie is an Accredited Mental Health First Aider.

Meet your host - Simone Eyles

Simone Eyles is an entrepreneur who uses new technology to solve old problems. Simone began her first business start-up in 2011. Since then, she has successfully started and sold two companies.

Simone has also completed her Diploma in Financial Counselling and has worked on the Far South Coast and Far North Coast of NSW working in disaster recovery.

With a degree in Graphic Design and 15 years of experience working around Australia, from National to State Government, the new industry and Boutique Advertising Agencies, Simone has a unique set of skills from designing to marketing and PR.

Simone has won several business awards and featured on 60 minutes and in the Australian Institute of Company Directors Magazine.

Simone is passionate about small businesses and the critical role they play in our local economies. During COVID, Simone became one of those “sourdough bakers” and is still baking goodies every weekend.


  • Wednesday, 14 June 2023 | 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM


Online webinar, Campbelltown, 2560