Ramsay Health Care Chief Operating Officer heads to INSEAD Fontainebleau
May 23, 2018
Kate Munnings, Chief Operating Officer, Ramsay Health Care has been announced as the winner of the 2018 Chief Executive Women (CEW) Scholarship to attend the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD Fontainebleau, France.
Ms Munnings will attend the prestigious four-week course at INSEAD, one of the world’s leading and largest international business schools, in July 2018.
Announcing the winner, Janet Matton, Director Epworth Healthcare and CEW member said:
“CEW congratulates Kate Munnings on her scholarship to INSEAD, which is a wonderful opportunity to sharpen her leadership skills and enrich her career.”
The Advanced Management Program is a comprehensive General Management program designed to help C-Suite leaders build exceptional levels of strategic, high-performance and self-aware leadership skills. It also focuses on both organisational and personal impact as a leader. The program represents an unparalleled opportunity for senior leaders to gain global insights, sustain actionable knowledge and achieve greater confidence.
The scholarship is part of the 2018 CEW Scholars program, which is providing 18 talented Australian women the opportunity to take their careers to the next level by supporting executive education at internationally acclaimed business schools.
Ramsay Health Care Chief Operating Officer Kate Munnings said: “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in the Advanced Management Program. This course provides invaluable international perspectives, as well as developing adaptive leadership and change management skills that are essential for executive roles today.”
Kate Munnings joined Ramsay Health Care as Chief Opearting Officer in January 2016 and has operational and financial responsibility for Ramsay’s 73 Australian hospitals. Prior to joining Ramsay Kate was Chief Executive Operations at Transfield Services where she was responsible for the Logistics, Construction and Consulting business units providing a diverse range of services to the public sector.
Originally qualifying as a registered nurse Kate went on to complete a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Laws. She was appointed as a partner at Corrs Chamber Westgarth and subsequently Baker McKenzie prior to joining Transfield Services in 2006.
About CEW Scholars (www.cew.org.au/scholarships)
The CEW Scholars program enables women leaders by supporting them at critical junctures in their careers, from their first management roles to top executive positions. More than 150 women have been awarded scholarships to business schools in Australia and internationally since CEW commenced its executive program for women leaders in 1992.