The global pandemic challenged everyone in leadership to prove their skills and values. We have been enduring a variety of responses from global leaders as well as managers – but what has shown to be successful? How do we define success and what are the leadership qualities and mindset that help achieve positive results?
The Global Peter Drucker Forum goes virtual in 2020. You may chose between two options: the Full Digital Package with rich interactive capabilities or a Livestream from the Forum. Both options allow for participation from October 28 afternoon to October 30 end of the day. What has been a pre-conference “extra” is now integrated into the program – check it out here here.
We are looking forward to sharing perspectives how to tackle the crisis and encourage you to participate in a global online-dialogue about Leadership and Management.
The Women in STEM Conference 2020 will offer a leading platform to assess the next steps for employers and education providers to support the recruitment, retention and advancement of Women in STEM.
Delegates will hear the latest policy updates and key insights from leading experts about supporting improved uptake of girls and women entering STEM education, industry and careers. Sessions will focus on strategies for enhancing diversity in STEM, supporting pipeline progression and creating a gender balanced workforce.
10,000+ female tech professionals and diversity advocates from across the globe will unite at The Women in Tech World Series Online Festival this November.
Join this week-long festival to celebrate the power of resilience amongst female tech professionals as we shine a light on the transformative tech engineered by women of all diverse backgrounds across the world.
Let us unite, not just in preserving the sense of unity amongst the females in the tech community, but in solidarity in our collective mission to inspire warriors to fight against the systemic injustices women face.
Unite to define and transform what it means to be a Woman in Tech in the post COVID era.