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Wareing, Imogen

Company director and Manager


Imogen Waring is a highly successful management consultant with a continuing interest in politics. In 2003 she ran for election to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seat of Willoughby.


Imogen Wareing was born and educated in England, where she completed a degree in sociology (B.Sc. (London)) and her teaching qualifications. She later completed her training in psychology in Sydney.

She has worked as a high school teacher, a human resources manager, and a management consultant. She runs her own business, The Growth Connection, consulting and providing training services to private and public organizations in strategic planning, mentoring, leadership, career management and interpersonal communication.

Imogen Wareing is a past Executive Manager of Women & Management Inc. a voluntary organization which aims to assist the personal and professional development of women. She is a founder of "Making Mentoring Connections", a mentoring network and wrote "Guidelines on Mentoring for Women" (published 1994) for the NSW government. She has written extensively on development and career management and taken part in numerous conferences, both in Australia and overseas.

Sources used to compile this entry: (accessed 11 July 2005); (accessed 5 June 2005); (accessed 26 July 2005).

Annette Alafaci

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