Join our vibrant network to connect with over 900 professional women, share your experiences and learn from each other. We host industry leaders who provide guidance on how to navigate the workplace and advance your career. Our workshops, run by experienced facilitators, will sharpen your leadership and soft skills.
Most importantly our network also supports peer-to-peer connections and helps you launch your own Lean In circle in your company or community.
50 Ways to Fight Bias is an activity that gives you tools to address gender bias head-on. The advice is based on research from leading global experts on gender, diversity, and inclusion.
We facilitate this workshop for free for your circle or company.
#IamRemarkable is a Google initiative empowering women and other underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond.
We will facilitate this workshop for free for your circle or organisation.
In a world where women still face gender bias and other barriers at work, Circles are a safe space to share experiences, build each other up, and cheer each other on.
We can help you launch your individual or corporate circles.
I had heard about Lean In from interviews with Sheryl Sandberg and loved the idea of a safe space for like minded women to get together and interact with each other.Joining Lean In has helped improve my confidence in the work force and helped me find leaders to look up to.
Female professionals find particularly challenging to find a forum where they can bounce their thoughts, compare experiences and network with other like-minded professionals and this is even harder if you are not a native Australian. LeanIn Melbourne provides a safe place for discussion, reflection and discovery for female professionals that is scarce these days.
I started a company LeanIn circle this year, just after a majority of organisations, including my own, directed staff to work from home in response to the Covid19 pandemic. Sharing common experiences, challenges, goals and aspirations in a safe and supportive environment really helped me to feel more connected with my colleagues in an open and authentic way.
It’s not often that you find professional development forums that live up to the diversity, inclusion and intersectionality that it strives to achieve in the wider community. LeanIn Melbourne is one such group and you hear it often especially from people that attend their events for the first time because they feel so welcomed and heard. I have been inspired by the many speakers and attendees I have met who really embrace the idea that success is not linear and it is actually when we enjoy the process that we are truly successful.