Our next City Stars programme starts in a few weeks and we have a few places left for those who are serious about developing and retaining their female talent.
Preaching the benefits of diversity to those who are already converted is not a productive strategy for increasing gender diversity in the workplace. How do we engage others (especially the ‘non-converted’) to take real action and start to move the needle in the right direction? What practical things can be done as a manager, leader or change-maker to increase diversity? How do we measure success?
https://bit.ly/2SNcNbEWe have the absolute pleasure of welcoming Career Expert, Author & Thought Leader and Super Circle favourite speaker Christine Brown-Quinn on Wednesday, 26 February 2020.
Expect an exclusive peek into Christine's upcoming book "Unlock Career Success - Knowing the Unwritten Rules Changes Everything" as well as loads of tips and advice on how to super-charge your career.
Tickets are £49, including a 3 course meal & wine. Click here to book your ticket:
Developed by the ‘The Female Capitalist®’ Christine Brown-Quinn and
City Hive Founder and CEO Bev Shah, this programme is designed to
retain mid-career talent by helping professional women who feel in some
way stuck or directionless but eager to take their career to the next level.
The biggest myth about work/life balance is that your work and your life are constantly at loggerheads. Have you ever thought about how your career benefits from your personal life and how your personal life benefits from your career?
Lets take a moment to celebrate our 'whole' selves, reflecting on how our careers make us better life partners, mothers, daughters, friends etc and how our personal lives make us better professionals.
The theme of this year's 10th Annual George Washington University Women in Business conference is Transform & Transcend. What role does confidence play in our ability to change, transform and take risks in an environment of uncertainty? How can we transcend above our fears so that we can become better versions of ourselves?