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Women 1st Conference to offer Personal Development Masterclasses

Women 1st Conference
The Centre for Synchronous Leadership, Be-A-Ten Ltd and have been announced as hosts of the first round of interactive workshops for women to enhance their leadership and management skills at the second annual Women 1st Conference next month.

The Conference will be held on 19 June at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square. Delegates will have a choice of workshops to attend on a day that offers an exciting programme of motivational speakers including Susan Gambardella (vice president of the global account team for Coca-Cola Refreshments) and Liz Bingham (Ernst & Young’s managing partner - people for UK and Ireland and ambassador for diversity and inclusivity).  

Justine Lutterodt, director, Centre for Synchronous Leadership, will deliver a workshop entitled “Finding Your Balance”.  This workshop is designed to address feelings of being off-balance and being out of sync with those around you, defining what balance looks like and identifying practical strategies that can help  get back 'in sync'.

Struan Robertson, founder, Be-A-Ten Ltd will host “Be, do and have more” which will dare delegates to challenge their limitations, redefine what they believe is possible for them, and be inspired by what they know is available in the future.

The session, entitled “The Power of Profile” and hosted by founder Vanessa Vallely will help delegates understand why raising personal profile is so important, and learn simple and easy to use profile-raising activities that anyone can put in to practice straight away.  

The Women 1st Conference will be hosted by Radio 2 presenter Janey Lee Grace and also includes an informal panel session with industry leaders including Robin Rowland, CEO of YO! Sushi and Margaret Hodge MP.

Sharon Glancy, founder of Women 1st, says: “Last year’s inaugural Women 1st conference was extremely well received and this year’s event will provide even more support and information to help women to achieving their career aspirations.”

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