Professional development, networking and mentoring for women


Collective is an inclusive group for women in business and runs face-to-face events in all states and territories. The initiative also offers free online career mentoring for women across Australia – Collective Mentoring. Collective’s purpose is to empower women to connect, learn and challenge themselves and the world around us. Collective teaches us that individually, we’re powerful — but together we’re unstoppable.

Find out about upcoming events here.


The impact – $70,000 raised to date

Collective is proud to support the wider community by donating a percentage of their ticket proceeds to local not-for-profit organisations who work directly with women and children in need.

Collective Mentoring

Make a difference … Join Collective Mentoring, a free, online program open to all women in business across Australia. Become a mentor or mentee today!

The benefits of being a Collective Mentee

Having a mentor can be a great way to boost your career. With their expertise, you can:

  • Unlock your potential and quickly progress with guidance and advice
  • Gain tips, tricks, best practices and insights to help you avoid making mistakes
  • Be emotionally supported 
  • Grow your network
  • Reach your goals and exceed your expectations


Benefits of being a Collective Mentor

Being a mentor provides a rewarding experience for both you and your mentee. It’s a great way for you to progress your own professional development. As a mentor, you can:

  • Improve your communication and personal skills
  • Provide motivation
  • Gain new perspectives
  • Promote self-reflection and boost confidence
  • Network and reinforce relationships


Join Collective Mentoring today!

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