“Perfect Pitch was born as a program for women to intentionally meditate upon the factors in their lives which keep them in a sticky web of fear about owning their voices… It is luminescence by which to clear the cobwebs.”
Perfect Pitch was enjoyed once again in beautiful Hobart on October 8/9.
The light and lofty Avalon City Retreat, ‘The Pod’, hosted a gorgeous crowd of women sharing story-telling and support…
… and even song!
What is Perfect Pitch?
Perfect Pitch is an innovative and intensive professional development workshop for women who wish to transform their effective communication when speaking to groups. It is delivered by Rosie and Natasha Cica of Kapacity.org.
Perfect Pitch breaks down anxiety, builds confidence and enhances poise.
Places are limited to 16 participants per workshop.
Who should attend?
Women from any background or sector, who are motivated to improve their professional impact through better presentation.
Read about the spacious potency of Perfect Pitch to bring positive change.
Registration is through Eventbrite, here. Feel welcome to reach out for further information here.
Perfect Pitch is co-created and jointly facilitated by Rosalie Martin and Natasha Cica.
Rosalie is a speech pathologist, criminologist and Courage & Renewal facilitator. She is passionate about working with people – adults and children – to improve and perfect their communication skills. Rosalie was awarded 2017 Tasmanian Australian of the Year for her pro bono work supporting literacy in Tasmania’s prison population. She has had extensive experience as a presenter, facilitator and clinician.
We want to see more women enter and indeed excel in our parliaments, boardrooms and leadership roles across all sectors in Australia. I welcome Perfect Pitch as an innovative program that seeks to empower women to find their own, confident voice. The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia 2007-2018.
‘The under-representation of women in leadership positions in business and government detracts from Australia’s overall well-being, and from the success of individual organisations. That should concern men as well as women. Perfect Pitch is a program that helps women to be stronger advocates in their own cause adding value to organisations and to our entire community.’ Saul Eslake, former Chief Economist of Bank of America Merrill Lynch Australia and of the Australia & New Zealand Banking Group, Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Tasmania.
‘Perfect Pitch is clearly making a significant and positive difference in the lives of a number of women with unrealised leadership potential, by providing them with practical and accessible strategies for their personal development.
Congratulations to [Natasha] and Rosalie and best wishes for the expanded series of workshops proposed for 2017.’ The Hon Will Hodgman MP, Premier of Tasmania.
PERFECT PITCH IN AUSTRALIA:
Perfect Pitch has been presented in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart and Launceston – with the generous support of Fairfax Media, La Trobe University, Avalon Retreats, Stillwater, and the Women’s Leadership Institute Australia.
Special guests have included:
- Kate Warner, Tasmania’s first woman Governor
- Lara Giddings, Tasmania’s first woman Premier
- Jacquie Petrusma, Tasmania’s Minister for Women
- Elise Archer, Tasmania’s first woman Speaker of the House of Assembly
- Joanne Gray, editor of AFR BOSS
- Lindley Edwards, group ceo of AFG Venture Group
- Julianne Schultz, founding editor of Griffith Review and chair of the Australian Film Television and Radio School
- Kim McKay, ceo of the Australian Museum
- Rebecca Huntley, social researcher and writer
- Padma Raman, executive director of the Australian Human Rights Commission
- Robin Banks, Tasmania’s Anti-Discrimination Commissioner
- Angela Driver, general manager of the Tasmanian Leaders Program
- Ruth Langford, Tasmanian Aboriginal community activist
- Jane Bennett, ceo of TasFoods Ltd and board member of the Australia Broadcasting Corporation and Tasmanian Ports Corporation
- Alison Stone, Tasmanian Aboriginal educator and advocate
- Robyn Kronenberg, former president of the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia
- Emma Hope, The Mercury’s tourism reporter – click here to read Emma’s news story about Perfect Pitch
- Sue Jenkins, paediatrician
- Tori Hodgman, broadcaster, barrister and comedian
- Jan Davis, agribusiness and government relations consultant
- Clare Wright, historian and public intellectual
- Catherine Hurley, Head of Regional Content at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
- Julie Szego, freelance journalist and author
- Blanka Dudas, fashion industry leader and founder of I Came By Boat
- Lilly Brown, young Indigenous leader and Charlie Perkins Scholar
- Maria Tumarkin, cultural commentator and educator
- Emma Dawson, executive director of Per Capita
- Amanda Ducker, TasWeekend magazine editor
- Janet Carding, director of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
- Tania Bosak, musician, performer and master class rhythm teacher
- Sue Neales, national rural and regional affairs reporter at The Australian newspaper
- Mary Massina, Executive Chair, Tasmanian Planning Reform Taskforce
Pro bono places in the 2016 workshops were provided by the Museum of Old + New Art, corporate adviser Narelle Hooper ( co-author of New Women New Men New Economy), Font PR, and lawyers Alec Leopold SC, Leanne Norman, Marcus Pesman SC and Dr Paul Vout.