The Savvy Women's Circle (SWC) is delighted to invite you to our inaugural conference on Women in Leadership with a focus on Strategy for Success. This forms part of our “Making time to Connect” series in which female intrepreneurs and entrepreneurs, from different sectors and industries, come together to connect, share know-how and empower each other.
Discussion: Women In Leadership - Strategy for Success. "Inspiring women to transition into leadership roles in career, business and community"
We have carefully selected women leaders who have taken corporations, governments, and businesses to new heights. They've shown other women the possibilities and the power they hold in their own hands.
What experiences moved these women forward?
You’ll learn valuable tactics to help you move forward into leadership roles. Get your ticket today.
Chair - BARONESS HOWELLS of ST. DAVID’s
Panel: (alphabetical by surname)
Councillor Saima Ashraf - Councillor Saima is the Deputy Council Labour leader for Barking & Dagenham and Cabinet member for housing. She is a single mother of three girls and Chair of Governors at the largest primary school in the country.
Yemi Babington-Ashaye - Yemi is Head of the Global Shapers Community. He joined the World Economic Forum as a Global Leadership Fellow to strengthen the Forum’s community of African leaders. He designed processes for consultation with stakeholders across the continent, led the inaugural Global Agenda Council for the Future of Africa and designed the programme development process that sets the agenda for the Forum’s Africa Meeting.
Annette Kramer, PhD Known as the ‘Pitch Mechanic’ is a business advisor for emerging technology companies and corporate executives in innovation, leadership and communication strategies. Annette's expertise includes teaching executives to tell their stories with impact as well as developing innovation programmes in the UK, US, Europe and Asia. Annette is now considered a thought leader in innovation and leadership, perhaps most notably as the advisor to the Cambridge Centre for Social Equality and 1 of 9 Fellows at St. George's House, Windsor Castle.
Tessy Ojo FRSA, CEO, The Diana Award - Tessy Ojo is the Chief Executive of The Diana Award – the only charity that bears the name of Diana, Princess of Wales. The charity benefits from the support of The Royal Highnesses, Prince William and Prince Harry, as well as the UK Prime Minister as a Patron. Tessy is a member of the BBC’s Appeals Advisory Committee which reports to the BBC’s Executive Board. She is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the Institute of Directors.
Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE - With over 33 years in the communication, marketing and PR industry - Dr Thompson is known for many firsts in the Black community, supporting women in business and campaigner for the equality and diversity. In 2003 she received a CBE in HM Birthday Honours for her work with small business women and minorities. She is the author of Amazon Best Seller - 7 Traits of Highly Successful Women on Boards where she interviewed 22 women who charted their rise to the top from entering the workforce through to the board room.
Moderator: Morenike Ajayi - Executive Producer & Presenter "Career Nuggets" OHTV Sky 199
Plenary Address on:
- Positioning Yourself as a Leader - Tools for Confidence & Resilience
- Tackling Challenges to Leadership - Tips to overcome Cultural and Practical Challenges
- Persuasive Communication Strategy - Practical verbal and non-verbal strategies to persuade, affect and connect with others
What To Expect:
- An invigorating session of networking and empowering know-how
- Identify concrete ways to move forward into leadership roles.
- Practical advice for aspiring entrepreneurs (mid-level to senior level executives), entrepreneurs (startups and established) and budding community leaders who are looking to progress to next level.
P.S. The best gift you could possibly give today is by sharing this event with other women.
Looking forward to seeing you.