A panel of leading businesswomen are to discuss the subject of authenticity at a live event on Monday 25 January 2016. The event is hosted by London-based diversity and inclusion consultancy Voice At The Table whose primary focus is to support and represent women at all stages of their career.
The event is taking place at law firm Addleshaw Goddard, Milton Gate, 60 Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4AG, beginning at 6:00PM and finishing at 9:00PM.
The discussion will be led by six prestigious experts, including journalist and author Kathryn Flett.
Kathryn has had a successful 30-year career as a journalist, writer and broadcaster and her second novel ‘Outstanding’ is due for release in April 2016.
As well as writing for newspapers including The Observer and The Telegraph, Kathryn also appeared in every series of the hit BBC series ‘Grumpy Old Women’, from 2004-2007.
The panel will also include:
Vanessa Vallely, motivational speaker and founder ofWeAreTheCity, a leading women’s network, job board and website in the UK and India.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial from Land Securities, the UK’s largest commercial property company.
Amanda Gill of Deutsche Bank, a worldwide banking and financial services company.
Clarissa Coleman, partner at Addleshaw Goddard, the international law firm.
Moderating the discussion is Greg Young, co-founder and CEO of LeaderShape Ltd a leading business leadership development firm.
Founder and Managing Director of Voice At The Table, Rina Goldenberg Lynch, spoke of her excitement for the upcoming event, “I am delighted that leading lights of the corporate world will be revealing their views on authenticity and its place and importance in the workplace.”
“This event will give female and male executives at corporate organisations the opportunity to learn about the shift from collaborative leadership to purposeful management and leadership, and explain the ways in which they can gain a positive advantage.”
Voice At The Table runs workshops, presentations, coaching and mentoring focussed on three key areas: confidence, resilience and initiative. The company also helps organisations to better deploy diversity and inclusion resources through its consulting services.
There are typically between three and six events held each month and are run by one of Voice At The Table’s experienced team of associates, trainers and facilitators or include a panel of experts.
Tickets for the event cost £30 and are available online from Eventbrite.