Thursday 5 March 18:00 - 22:30

The Tappit Hen
21-23 Saint Swithin's Lane
London
EC4N 8AD

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Women in Tech Leadership – Wine Tasting Evening

Business & Professional

C-Suite Level Female Networking event. The opportunity to network with other female leaders in the industry and enjoy good wine!

Join us for a fun evening of wine tasting, networking and thought provoking conversation that explores how to leverage your relational communication and collaborative skills for C-suite success.

Speaker: Rachael Hanley-Browne

Rachael is a business leader and specialist in coaching and mentoring for organisations. She works with leaders and their teams to board level. She trained with world leading organisations in executive development including the US Center for Creative Leadership and Ashridge Business School. Rachael was part of a team that put in place an international mentoring scheme for a global plc and she is currently a board mentor Metalogue LLP. Previously Rachael owned a talent management consultancy, was a non-executive director for the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and as a panel chair for the Judicial Appointments Commission (for the assessment and selection of Judges in England and Wales), an organisation created in order to increase diversity within the Judiciary. She has championed women's progression throughout her career and this has twice been recognised by external awards, she was recently been elected for membership to the International Women's Forum.

Her diverse clients have included: Dyson, BAE Systems, Lindt & Sprungli , Virgin Atlantic and Coventry University. She trained in Executive Coaching at Ashridge Business School, Systemic Team Coaching with the Academy of Executive Coaching and is currently studying for a MA in Coaching and Mentoring Practice at Oxford Brookes University. Rachael is researching teams and teaming for her dissertation and via her think-tank, The-Team-Lab. She is a Professional Member of the European Coaching and Mentoring Council and Member of the Association for Business Psychology.

Topic: Leadership: It's about how you leverage relationships not your title.

How can you leverage your relational skills to achieve your goals and influence both upwardly and across the organisation. Rachael will share ideas about how to build your internal network and activate your connections to serve your strategic agenda. What relationships (both formal and informal) should you have in place to assist you in reaching your career potential? How do these relationships differ between your male peers and what do women need? Rachael's intention is to facilitate an active dialogue for us all to share our experiences, lessons learnt and ideas on how to position yourself for continued success.

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