1-5 SEPTEMBER 2014
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“What does confidence mean to you?” -
“The Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week is a wonderful opportunity to discover vital health knowledge and expert advice that can help you make confident decisions about your health and the health of loved ones.” - Senator Michaelia Cash, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women and the Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
“Cricket Australia is proud to support the 2014 Women’s Health Week to help inspire confidence in all Australian women to lead healthier lives. ” - Cricket Australia
“Giving myself permission to make mistakes as long as I learn from them...I embrace the biggest challenges and celebrate the smallest victories.” - Maya
“Learn from as many different people as you can, work hard to develop skills in yourself and your team and then go for it! Success in your project/product/outcomes will engender confidence that you can take on more challenges and meet them well” - Jayashri
“The Fruit Box is proud to support the Women’s Health Week and healthy initiatives. We believe in promoting a healthy workplace, healthy staff are happy staff. ” - Box Corporate
“It is important to normalise lack of confidence. We all have different levels of confidence in different areas of our lives. Confidence is a skill that can be developed with the right support. Working out what you love and what you are good at, builds your confidence. I love people and so I love to build strong relationships and invest in them. Having the support of talented people around me, builds my confidence” - Janet
“At the Cotton On Group we recognise that one's health and wellbeing is fundamental to positive outcomes, personally and professionally. We believe that when our people are at their best, so are we. ” - Cotton On
“As migrant women, we have to acknowledge the fact that things such as premigration experiences, settlement issues, grief for the family left behind and the emotional impact of migration will have a negative impact on our self-confidence. At the same time, however, these experiences and emotions make us stronger, richer, more resilient, more empathetic - they make us unique and different from the majority and therefore we can offer more and confidently step into leadership positions.” - Maya
“Smartbox mobile self-storage are proud to support Jean Hailes for Women’s Health and the 2014 Women’s Health Week. We passionately support their work in promoting the health of all women. ” - Smartbox
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Join us – together we can keep women in Australia well! Jean Hailes would like to invite organisations to become involved in the Women’s Health Week by hosting an event in your community or workplace
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You’re invited to the Jean Hailes launch event at Federation Square in Melbourne!
Come down, say hello and take part in the fun. There will be lots of giveaways, health information and entertainment from our supporting partners.
Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy the festivities!
We would like to thank our ambassadors for helping women to be more confident. We hope you are as inspired as we are by these fabulous women.
Senator Cash is the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women and Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection. Senator Cash shares our values of finding practical solutions and innovative approaches for the continued good health of all women in Australia.
Deborah Hutton is an Australian television presenter, magazine editor, designer and founder of "Balance by Deborah Hutton". Deborah shares our vision to inspire women to make their health a priority.
Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Cambage is an Australian female professional basketballer and the first female to slam dunk at the Olympic Games. Liz shares our philosophy of bouncing back from mistakes and adapting a positive mindset.
Shelley Ware is a proud Yankanjatjara and Wirangu woman from Adelaide and presenter on NITV’s Marngrook Footy Show. Shelley shares our passion for having the right information to look after your health and future.