Recognising, celebrating and encouraging female talent: everywoman academy

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The second everywoman in technology leadership academy, to take place this year, will focus on recognising, celebrating and encouraging the female talent currently within the technology sector.

 

It is imperative that we continue to encourage more females into the tech sector, but also that we work to retain those already a part of it.

 

The October academy aims to explore and uncover the new opportunities becoming available to women in the sector.

 

Gong beyond the notion of driving linear career progression, the workshop will delve into the concept of "restless reinvention" ensuring that attendees' careers are evolving in-line with the sector, in addition to making sure they are able to adapt to whatever opportunities may come their way.  

 

The Academies are aimed at:

·         Women with aspirations to develop their career in technology

·         Future leaders in an organisation

·         Middle managers who wants to move up to an executive level

·         Women managing a small team

 

The academy will take place 23 October - 9:30-17:00 at Deloitte, 2 New Street Square, London EC4A 3BZ.

 

For more information on how to book your place click here.

 

Read Computer Weekly's coverage of the last everywoman in technology academy.

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This page contains a single entry by Kayleigh Bateman published on August 6, 2014 3:53 PM.

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