Women in Business – Leadership panel
Panel chair: Dr Sydney Savion, GM Learning, Air New Zealand
Katelyn Choe, U.S. Consul General
Wendy Kerr, Director – Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Auckland Business School
Alliv Samson, COO, Kami Ltd
An increasingly global economy, rapid technological advances, shifting societal, political, and economic norms and a more digitally networked world have accelerated the pace of change which has created an opportunity for women to rewrite the rules that are shaping the workplace, workforce, marketplace and world of work.
This panel picks up on showing women how to take their career to the next level using concrete examples and practical applications from sharing their personal stories as well as citing examples from Sallie Krawcheck, one of the highest ranked women ever to have worked on Wall Street and the approaches she outlines for women to successfully lead through change, solve problems and seize opportunities in an increasingly complex and connected world.
During this powerful panel presentation, you will gain insights drawn from others experiences to help you play a more significant role in elevating your career by:
LEARNING: Become a lifelong learning – increase knowledge and understanding of the world around you
CONNECTING: Network to build relationships – invest in relationships
EQUIPPING: Leverage natural skills and qualities -own your strengths
Date: 12 Nov
Time: 4.30 pm to 7.00pm, panel followed by refreshments and networking
Venue: IBM New Zealand, 30 Gaunt Street, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland 1010
Cost: Members $50 inc GST, Non-members $75 inc GST