"Having more women on boards allows companies to benefit from the enormous wealth of talent these women offer"
Nicky Morgan, Minister for Women and Equalities
This latest Elevate Event from The Glass Lift discusses the benefits of a board role for your career, and how to get your first board role.
SPEAKER: Kaye Welfare, Managing Director, The Glass Lift
Kaye will discuss why being on a board is good for your career, including:
- Why we need more women on boards
- The career benefits of taking on a board role
- How to get your first board role
- Where to find out about board roles
- And lots more!
LEADERSHIP PANEL & DEBATE
Following our speaker, our panel of senior leaders will discuss their experience of reporting to and being on various boards. There will be plenty of opportunity for members of the audience to ask questions to the speaker and panel members.
Members and guests will be invited to engage in informal discussions, and the event will finish by 7.30pm. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.
Kaye Welfare is co-founder and Managing Director of The Glass Lift and has a wealth of experience with a wide range of organisations in the private, public and voluntary sectors. Kaye has held senior positions including Assistant Chief Executive of a successful environmental charity and Chair of the Board Energy Advice South West. She currently holds a board position as Deputy Chair of Trustees for the Centre of Sustainable Energy, a national charity that aims to reduce fuel poverty and tackle climate change. Kaye has also been involved in the development and management of a number of successful organisations.
This event is free of charge to The Glass Lift Members and invited guests only.
Places are limited, so book your place here TODAY.
(If you didn't receive an invitation email from The Glass Lift, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a place. Thank you!)
Please note: We reserve the right to charge for non-attendees (£25). This event is not open to consultants, coaches and small business owners.