THEME Gender Diversity Matters Closing the gender gap in technology WHY A quote by Bianca Sparacino succinctly supports the purpose of our morning’s conversation – “You […]
An ACAUS Conference, November 19th 2020
Jump start your journey in figuring out the next steps … inspiring narratives tend to provide new perspectives – there is no simple formulae. However listening to the experiences and lessons shared during these conversations – resolutely redirects a heightened sense of purposefulness. It could either contribute to your journey, or provide you with an awareness to re-calibrate, and change your current trajectory.
Join our speakers as we chat about the queen bee syndrome, the causation and its effects. We will probe as to where does it all begin, and interrogate if there is a deactivation button? We will also focus on how female leaders can assist in the development of future female leaders in their organization
As we progress through our careers, at specific inflection points, we often question if we are in the right direction or if we have chosen the right career or our personal or professional circumstances have changed that require reflection on career goals. We have experts that will guide the audience on what to consider and advise on the process to follow to make the most appropriate decision.
Anne-Marie Slaughter eloquently points out that having it all is by no means a male or female issue – emphasizing that it is a human issue affecting everyone. However, there is an unchanging, unwavering argument to redefine ‘having it all’ and reframing its suppositions. What does it mean to us individually? How do we define ‘ALL’.