Choose to Challenge: Creating a Culture for Women’s Leadership to Thrive

9th March 2021 | 3:00pm to 4:00pm
10:00 EST, 20:30 IST
Recording now available
Watch back our interactive session to continue celebrating International Women's Day
Choose to Challenge: Creating a Culture for Women’s Leadership to Thrive

Recording now available

Join us for a live session with guest speakers Sally Helgesen and Izzy Obeng to continue celebrating International Women’s Day. This lively, interactive session will draw on how we can all better understand the hurdles faced by women in aspiring and current leadership positions to support them to thrive in their careers, with focus on:
 

  • The impact of the pandemic on women’s leadership
  • The steps we can all take to remove obstacles faced by aspiring female leaders
  • How we develop a culture that is set up to support women’s leadership. 

Our speakers will be joined by Emerald Works Head of Learning Community & Customer Voice, Nahdia Khan,  for an enlightening, inspiring discussion on a topic that should be important to us all – how we create and foster a culture in which female leaders are able to challenge with confidence and trust.   

Speakers

Izzy Obeng

Izzy Obeng

Managing Director, Foundervine
Izzy is an entrepreneur, business coach and professional speaker leading Foundervine, which is an international training consultancy specialising in start-up and scale-up acceleration programmes. Foundervine's ambition is to address the social and economic inequality that’s faced by women and young people from under-served communities when starting a business or social enterprise.
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Sally Helgesen

Sally Helgesen

Premier Expert on Women's Leadership | Best-Selling Author | International Speaker
As an author, speaker and consultant, Sally's mission has always been to help women recognize, articulate and act on their greatest strengths. Her previous books include: "The Female Vision: Women’s Real Power at Work," and the best-selling "The Female Advantage: Women's Ways of Leadership." Hailed as “the classic work” on women's leadership styles, it has been continuously in print since 1990 and been translated into 12 languages.
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Nahdia Khan

Nahdia Khan

Head of Learning Community & Customer Voice, Emerald Works
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