E2W Workshop: 7 Reasons why being on a board is good for your career
From your PC, laptop or phone Tuesday 2nd March at 6PM
E2W Workshops are created to help build our member's knowledge and interests on topics that are relatable to Financial Services. We are pleased to be presenting an informative session around personal development.
E2W Workshop:7 Reasons why being on a board is good for your career
The WOB talk ‘7 Reasons why being on a board is good for your career’ has been designed to support women and men to think strategically about board roles as part of their career strategy.
Adding a board or committee appointment to your CV is a sure way of drawing attention and validating your capabilities, whilst catapulting your career up the ladder of success. Individuals that join boards - even of very small organisations - are able to use their experience and technical skills to influence an organisation, whilst at the same time gaining exposure to a wide range of issues from the perspective of a director and building confidence, expertise and networks.
Who should attend this talk?
The talk is suited to ambitious men and women at various career stages:
- Who want to manage their careers strategically and build skills and influence;
- Seeking to better understand how being on a board would benefit their career.
Fiona Hathorn, CEO and Founder, Women on Boards UK
Fiona is the CEO of Women on Boards UK, Non-Exec Director of Spktral (a technology company that helps organisations simplify the gender pay gap reporting process), advisor to Peel Hunt (mid-cap stockbroker) and Chair of Hanx's Nominations Committee (FMCG start-up). She is an expert in the areas of Governance, Regulation and Talent Management who has sat on both marketing and audit & finance committees (investment oversight expert). Fiona is also a Patron of Fight for Sight (a medical research charity). Formerly Fiona was a director for Old Mutual Asset Management and Hill Samuel Asset Management, running the Global Equities and Emerging Markets Desks respectively. She has advised the board of the Thai Euro Fund and been the Director responsible for Pension Fund asset allocation for OMAM's Employee Pension Fund. Alongside running Women on Boards UK, and her NED responsibilities, Fiona is a Judge for the Non Executive Director Awards, sponsored by The Sunday Times.
Please follow the link below on Tuesday 13th April at 6PM.
Meeting ID: 884 6800 3901
Please register below to add this event to your calendar.
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