BREAKING the Glass-Ceiling by women in business.
Thursday, May 17, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (BST)
You might have all heard that David Cameron has warned that a lack of women in top jobs is undermining ... that promoting more women to senior roles would boost business performance.
How difficult or easy is it to break the glass ceiling in business for women? How can women improve the chances of going into senior positions in business?
Let's hear what our panel of speakers have to say.
The event is organised by Women of Warwick and the evening is formatted with 15-20 minutes presentation by each speaker followed by QnA session.
6.30 pm: Event starts with Introduction by Host
Speaker 1: Louise Redmond
Louise Redmond is currently the Director of Law Debenture Corporation Plc. She has a successful career in business and her previous roles includes Human Resources Director of Bank of England, Organisation Development Vice President of GlaxoSmithkline.
Speaker 2: Don Barratt
Don Barratt is the Chair of the volunteer led Mentoring Scheme at Warwick Business School. His background is in financial services (He was a Senior Executive at Barclays until 1999) and career management. He currently runs his own business in London.
7.30 - 8.00 pm: QnA Session
An opportunity to ask questions to our Panel of speakers.
8.00 - 8.30: Networking Opportunity
At the end of the session, you will have an opportunity to network in an informal setting meeting people from different backgrounds.
Venue: Greater London House, Big white building just opposite to Mornington Crescent station.
British Heart Foundation, Greater London House (5th Floor), 180 Hampstead Road, London NW1 7AW, United Kingdom