“The main things that I will take away from the everywoman of Influence Programme is a better understanding of what motivates me and what my goals are as well as breaking dysfunctional beliefs and understanding the truth rather than what you believe. In addition to this I will take the skills required to transition from tactician to strategist– this is something I really took on board as it was very relevant to helping me with starting up a new area of the business.”
Kim Liptrot, Head of Payments Workstream
Ring-Fencing Programme (Technology & Operations)
Santander UK plc
*EARLY BIRD OFFER*
We are currently offering a 10% discount if you book before end of April, simply use promotional code EVE10 when booking your ticket.
Date: 18 & 19 June 2019
Venue: Hyperion Insurance Group, 5AF, 1 Creechurch Ln, London EC3A 5AY
Eligibility: Delegates will have been operating in a leadership role with budget and people responsibility for a minimum of 3 years.
The everywoman of Influence in Technology Programme is a two-day programme designed to help further the development of credible and impactful female leaders.
The independent Hampton-Alexander review concluded that the next area of focus must be the executive pipeline, calling on companies to take action to improve the under-representation of women, both on the Executive Committee and in the layer immediately below. Whilst some movement has been made in this area, far more needs to be done to reach the review’s 2020 vision.
The programme will combine thought leadership, interactive training sessions and invaluable networking opportunities to help high-potential women in tech become the most authentic and effective leaders.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The everywoman of Influence in Technology Programme has been developed for women on the fast track to general leadership roles with the potential to become future executive female leaders.
Delegates will have been operating in a leadership role with budget and people responsibility for a minimum of 3 years.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
- Gain a better understanding of how gender differences impact leadership in the workplace.
- Learn the transitions required to move from functional leaders to business unit or enterprise leaders.
- Be provided with the tools to enhance your strategic and visionary thinking.
- Identify both your own and your teams strengths and weaknesses and learn the skills required to best articulate these in different scenarios.
- Learn how to elegantly challenge workplace microaggressions designed to exclude people from a feeling of belonging in the organisation.