To celebrate International Women's Day on March 8th, Morgan McKinley and Gill McLaren from Syntegrate will be hosting Authentic Leadership - a practical and immersive session that explores the key challenges and enablers of building an inclusive workplace culture that enables women to thrive in leadership.
Kindly note this event is now FULLY BOOKED. Should you wish to attend, please complete your registration and you will be put onto the event waitlist.
If a spot becomes available, we will contact you to confirm your place.
Are you looking to hone your authentic leadership and build inclusive teams?
Are you looking to improve the gender balance in your organisation?
Or maybe aquire the skills to help elevate the careers of females across your organisation?
This espresso workshop will:
- enable you to define your own values, strengths and energy sources and how these translate into Authentic Leadership
- look at insights and research into the key challenges and barriers women face and practical approaches that can be adopted to support overcoming them
- explore alternative leadership models, and how inclusive cultures can be built that embrace different leadership styles.
Tea, coffee and a light breakfast will be provided.
About the Speaker
Gill McLaren is an international business leader who draws on her 30-year business career - including C-suite roles for Coca-Cola – to help people create Best Life Plans. Gill became so passionate about supporting others to make the most of their strengths and be true to their passions that she left her corporate career to set up a coaching and consultancy business focused on just that. She has translated her own journey and those of other executive leaders she has coached, into a set of practical tools and frameworks to help you discover and define your best life and unique life fingerprint.
Women are (still) under-represented at senior levels in many organisations which is why Morgan McKinley came up with the Women in Leadership program in 2014. Today we continue to proactively partner with our clients in tackling this issue and moving the dial on female representation.
Spaces are limited!