Victory offices is proud to host a special business networking afternoon with Edward Zia and friends ...
Don’t miss out on this exclusive 2-day Masterclass with Jim Collins, where he will challenge leaders to wrestle with the principles that need to be addressed in order to achieve business excellence and emerge stronger.
Throughout the two half-day working sessions, you will have the opportunity to participate in the learning program, with time for a Q&A session with business visionary Collins.
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Calling all business and professional women, this is your chance to access and explore the power of Mentoring. Wednesday 7th July at 7.15 am at a the Victory Lounge Melbourne.
Business in Heels is supported by the female leaders of Melbourne to run Mentor Mornings. Today 50% of women get no mentoring and yet we know it makes a difference and here are just a few of the facts.
Come along for an hour and be paired with an experienced mentor. Have a coffee and a chat. This is a mentoring taster. You will be able to share your challenges and dreams and in return you will receive a different perspective that may open you up to new possibilities.
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The cost is $20 for a ticket and you do need to register so we can be sure we have the right number of mentors & mentees.
It’s Winter Soltice and the cold Winter weather is rolling in, and what better to do on these dark rainy days than to snuggle up on the couch and watch some of the latest top flicks with your friends and loved ones.
A personal project for its star Kevin Hart, Fatherhood is a Netflix original about a recently widowed dad questioning if he’s up to the job of raising his daughter. And it’s an impressive turn from Kevin too, deftly blending the serious and the jokey with a classy touch. Produced by Michelle & Barack Obama.
A Netflix premiere for this powerful and uplifting skateboarding story set in remote Rajasthan, India. Prerna (played by newcomer Rachel Saanchita Gupta) is a teen whose traditional life is transformed when a British woman visits her village and introduces her to the joys of kickflips and ollies. Rad!
The underrated Dennis Quaid relishes his role as a salty sea dog in this inspiring – if a little familiar – story about a young boy (Anthony Gonzalez) taking part in a fishing competition in order to save his orphanage.
Zombies your thing? Look no further than this new Netflix blockbuster featuring Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista as a tough guy mercenary with plans to rob a Vegas casino as well as battle the undead. Busy guy.
A lot has been written about all the delays and changes this Amy Adams movie has suffered (it was originally due to come out in October 2019) and it’s true that eighteen months later, it doesn’t come with the quite the buzz that the filmmakers would have liked. Nevertheless, with a cast that also includes Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie, Julianne Moore and Jennifer Jason Leigh it’s still an enjoyably daft riff on old-school Hitchcock thrillers.
A family-friendly Netflix smash from the genius team behind Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and Into the Spiderverse. The plot? A dysfunctional family on a road trip find themselves in the unlikely position of having to defend the earth from invading robots. In amongst all that craziness though is a film with genuine heart, as likely to bring a lump to your throat as make you chuckle. Awesome.
Heartwarming, if rather brief, celebration of the late actor (so electric in Netflix’s recent jazz-era drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom) featuring friends and colleagues.
The ever watchable Anna Kendrick and Toni Collette star in the creepy tale of a Mars-bound spaceship and an on-board stowaway who threatens the crew’s survival. Expect breathtaking visuals, moral dilemmas and a haunting soundtrack.
Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien leads this enjoyably cheeky tale of a young man searching for his high-school crush in the aftermath of a ‘Monsterpocalypse’. Whilst it would have been great to see this on the big screen, as originally intended, this is still lot of fun (with great special effects). If you enjoyed Zombieland, give it a go.