The Global Women’s Leadership Programme hosts an engaging range of events from skills based workshops and speaker events, to networking opportunities.
We have been delighted to welcome a number of distinguished guests including Sir Philip Hampton and Denise Wilson OBE of The Hampton-Alexander Review and Dame Inga Beale, the first female Lloyd’s of London CEO.
Our events are currently held online, and while some are targeted at students and alumni, a number are open to all those interested in women’s leadership.
Overcoming job challenges and achieving professional growth during the COVID-19 pandemic
Marking International Women’s Day, the Global Women’s Leadership Programme is delighted to host an expert panel: Samar Elmnhrawy, VP, HR & General Affairs, Nissan Corporation; Noha Hefny, Founder & CEO of People of Impact; Dr Vassiliki Simoglou, Counselling Psychologist. The moderator was Maria Banti, GWLP Scholar.
The privilege of power: how women in business can leverage their leadership to create more equitable workplaces
Panel members: Isabel Berwick, Work & Careers Editor, Financial Times; Luigia Labelle, Founder and CEO, B'Inspired; Rana Salhab, People & Purpose Partner, Deloitte Middle East. The moderator will be Kiara Goodwin, GWLP MBA Scholar.
The Value of Diversity and Inclusion webinar
We hosted a Zoom webinar with expert business leaders discussing the value of diversity, inclusion, and what businesses need to do to capture it.
Alison Maitland - Co-author of “Indivisible: Radically rethinking inclusion for sustainable business results”, Dr Heather Melville OBE - PwC, Chris Parke - Talking Talent, the panel moderator will be GWLP Director, Dr Canan Kocabasoglu Hillmer
Fireside chat with Philip Hampton and Denise Wilson
CGWLP director Dr Canan Kocabasoglu Hillmer was recently joined by Sir Philip Hampton and Denise Wilson OBE for a fireside chat on women on boards and the Hampton-Alexander review.
Executive Virtual Presence: Communication Practices for Women Leaders
Speaking and developing executive presence are skills that can be developed
said Emma Wainer, Business Tutor at City Academy in a training session for the Global Women's Leadership Programme. Read Emma's top tips for aspiring business leaders.