Achieve full potential with power of connections
Come along and join ICAEW South East and Thames Valley’s new Saturday networking group, with guest speakers Aviva Wittenburg-Cox and Sonia Brown on 28 September at Windelsham Golf Club, Bagshot.
The meeting will focus on ‘the power of connection to achieve your full potential’ with shared experiences by inspiring speakers from a wide variety of sectors.
Supported by CABA, the chartered accountants’ charity, speakers will share insights into the challenges they have faced and overcome in their careers. A key theme will be identifying and addressing obstacles which can make career progression more challenging, as well as the questions about how to best combine prosperous careers with families and personal lives.
Aviva Wittenburg-Cox is CEO of 20-first, one of the world’s leading gender balance consultancies. Since 2005, she has worked around the globe with CEOs, executive committees and top management teams of some of the world’s best-known companies to capture the business opportunities of more balanced, 21st-century forms of leadership, customer connections, and talent management.
She is the author of several books on gender issues, including the impactful 7 Steps to Leading a Gender Balanced Business (HBR) and Why Women Mean Business (Wiley).
Sonia Brown is a business communicator, brand strategist, diversity maverick, and uber connector. She has over 20 years in marketing, branding, and life skills development. She is an authority in many areas of business, leadership, sales, and marketing, as well as supporting individuals to achieve success in all areas of life.
She founded the National Black Women’s Network, Let’s Talk Business Networking Forum and Sistatalk, the UK’s leading online forum for women looking to connect with leading companies, decision-makers, and industry peers.
The event will be supporting Smart Works, a UK charity that provides high quality interview clothes and interview training to unemployed women in need.
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