Inspiring Women Managers - International Women's Day
Start Date: 08 Mar 2016
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: GROW centre, Green Park, Reading
Member price: Free
Non-member price: £15.00
Students price: Free
Event Capacity: Full
International Women’s day is the day when people around the work celebrate the success of women.
We are taking this opportunity to celebrate a number of women managers who will be sharing their career highlights, lessons learned and any management and leadership tips they have for others who wish to emulate their success or encourage other women to do so. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask them questions after they have each spoken, in the form of a panel debate.
This event is sure to be interesting, enlightening and inspirational to all managers (male and female).
Registration, refreshments and sandwiches/pizza
Speakers - Jacqui Hogan, Rachel Morfill, Louize Clarke and Beverley Winrow
Jacqui Hogan FCMI
Jacqui has wide experience in senior management and with mentoring middle and junior managers in IT and Engineering companies. Her management experience includes both direct management responsibility, as well as managing difficult and challenging client teams as an outsourced manager. She is particularly skilled in situations with a high degree of uncertainty or change; mentoring and motivating those involved to communicate effectively with stakeholders. Jacqui’s combination of technical IT know-how, business understanding, empathy, people skills, and systematic approach has helped many clients to greater confidence and ability to deliver goals.
Jacqui has qualified as an Accredited Master Mentor from the IIC&M and is a Fellow of the mentoring organisation, IOEE (Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs).
• Elected executive committee member of the BCS (British Computer Society) ELITE group (effective leadership in IT)
• Member of the Professional Speakers Association
• Regional (Thames Valley) Board Member and Mentoring Champion of the CMI
• Author of four management related books
Rachel Morfill CMgr MCMI - FIET
Rachel started with National Grid as an engineering graduate trainee in 1992. During her career she have held a wide variety of operational engineering roles supporting the National Transmission Electricity Control room. In March 2009 she became the Lead Manager for UK Inclusion and Diversity. Rachel then returned to engineering taking on the managerial position for the short term planning of the transmission system and then achieved authorisation as National Grid’s first female electricity control manager as well as becoming a Fellow of the IET. Rachel’s most recent position is as the Executive Assistant to National Grid Executive Director, UK.
Louize Clarke is a closet geek with a real passion for technology who gets a real buzz from working with the entrepreneurially spirited technology community in the Thames Valley. She has been working in the tech industry for over 24 years and is a co-founder of ConnectTVT a platform aimed at putting the Thames Valley tech cluster back on the map. Louize runs GROW@GreenPark an innovation hub based at Green Park in Reading, bringing together start-ups, innovators, creatives, freelancers and developers to meet, co-work and collaborate. She is also Director of an talent company that runs awesome tech talent attraction events.
Beverley Winrow - Regional Director, Mitie Integrated FM
Beverley Winrow is a well-respected, well-liked senior leader within Mitie’s Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) business with responsibility for c.£200m revenue working with a number of major clients.
Alongside her role, Beverley is also extremely passionate and committed to creating an inclusive environment at Mitie; dedicating much of her time proactively identifying and implementing a range of targeted initiatives that will raise awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion at work. She is the Chair for Engender, Mitie’s gender network.
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