Sarah Daninthe: Women in Sport, Sport Disciplines for Business, Career Changes, Start Ups, Tech and Big Data

Join us today with our guest Sarah Daninthe, twice world champion and Olympic medallist in Fencing, who has transformed into a digital native, passionate about the world of start-ups and innovation. . We will be discussing : – Women in Sport Keeping focused and remaining at the top. The phenomenal discipline and the challenges to overcome. How…

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Tulia Lopes: Assertive Communication for effective leadership + Defining the level of leadership development to go to the top

Join us today with our guest Tulia Lopes, communication and women’s leadership expert and international speaker with a background in architecture and IT. . We will be discussing : – Assertive Communication for effective leadership . The areas we should focus on. How we can use communication and collaboration to become better leaders.  – Challenges…

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Beth Bandler: Women in Very Male Sectors + Whether We Lose Respect and Femininity

Join us today with our guest Beth Bandler, chartered director, corporate lawyer, former C Suite Executive of global public companies, and company director. . We will be discussing : – Women working in very ‘male’ sectors. Mining and aerospace – do we have to behave like male clones or can we retain authenticity. Attitudes regarding…

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Zerbanoo Gifford: Young Women as Changemakers + How They Shape Our Future!

Join us today with our guest Zerbanoo Gifford, Author, human rights campaigner and founder of the ASHA Foundation and Centre. We will be discussing : – Young Women as Changemakers + How We Can Shape Our Future by Advocating and Sharing the Best of our Cultures, Values and Beliefs  – Reform, progress and change, particularly for women and…

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Emeric Bastid: What CEOs Expect + Women’s Careers in the Transport Industry

Join us today with our guest Emeric Bastid, CEO of GLS France, (Royal Mail Group) experience International Director for Europe, Africa with previous experience in LatAm, and a strong supporter of equal opportunites for women. We will be discussing : – What a CEO expects from his team – the qualities and strengths fo make an impression…

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Shola Mos-Shogbamimu: Corporate + Social Responsibility, Ambitious Women + Leadership

Join us today with our guest Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, a dual qualified lawyer specialising in corporate investment banking and asset management and editor of Women in Leadership Publication . We will be discussing: – Corporate and Social Responsibility for Transitioning Women into Leadership.  What is the current situation? How does this impact us practically?  – What is…

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Stephanie Green: Women in STEM + Inspiring the Next Generation

Join us today with our guest Stephanie Green, artist, Activist, Entrepreneur and Businesswoman. We will be discussing : – STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) and raising awareness and inspiring the next generation – the importance of role models and the attitude surrounding these sectors right from childhood.  – The essentials regarding education to follow a…

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James Bargeron: Evolving to Genuine Gender Balance + Additional Challenges in Traditional Male Sectors like Oil/Shipping

So a slightly longer interview today – very interesting!  Join us with our guest James Bargeron, former shipping and oil broker, now speaker, trainer and coach specialising in high performance and leadership. We will be discussing: – How can we evolve to true gender balance? Why does it seem to be so difficult for all businesses who…

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Ruth Sacks: Education, Training and Professional Development for Women

Join us today with our guest Dr Ruth Sacks, Business Development Director and Principal Lecturer at Westminster Business School. We will be discussing: – How to Promote Education, Training and Professional Development for Women? The emphasis on people, particularly women, to have degrees, masters and sometimes even PhDs to reach the highest levels in their career…

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Mariela Dabbah: Next Generation of Women Leaders + Discrimination – Does race make a difference in gender balance

Join us today with our guest Mariela Dabbah, Founder of the Red Shoe Movement. We will be discussing: – What is pivotal to the development of the next generation of women leaders? Where will they come from? What progress has there been? What changes in attitudes? – Is there a risk of losing our true…

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