New Zeland Global Women Forum 2012
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|Tue 4 Sep ’12, 9:00am–5:00pm||
Where: University of Auckland School of Business, 12 Grafton Rd, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
- GW Forum: $569.25
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: nadia10
New Zealand Global Women Forum - Resilience: Creating Success in Uncertain Times
The Global Women Forum is a unique opportunity to challenge your thinking about the trends and burning issues influencing New Zealand Inc., the social impact of diversity and the growth of innovative new business models, and the ways we can capitalise on the rise of social media and digital technology. Collaborative sessions and forging tangible connections with a diverse cross-sector of leaders will ramp up your understanding and increase your capacity to be a change maker.
Discussing their recipe for resilience, we’ve gathered together a dynamic and diverse line-up of today's local and international thought-leaders:
International keynote speaker: Claudia Batten (Co-founder Victors & Spoils, Massive Inc)
Find your inner Lady Gaga and be digitally relevant.
Growing Businesses Digitally
Understand how to use new online media to attract, engage and sell. From Google to Facebook, Pinterest to LinkedIn, what's right for your business and how to manage your personal brand online. Facilitated by Duncan Shand (Managing Director, Young & Shand).
Digital Strategy – iStrategy - Growing a Social Business
Panel: Jeanne Freer (Founder, Flossie), Candace Kinser, (CEO, NZICT) Katherine Corich (CEO, Founder and Director, Sysdoc UK and NZ), Duncan Shand, Managing Director Young & Shand.
Keynote speaker: Sarah Kennedy Managing Director Food Nutrition Fonterra
Learn, Leverage and Lead - The transition from Sloane Fellow to MD – How “being curious “, “asking why” and “being bold” are leadership attributes to apply to all business growth.
Diversity as a Competitive Advantage and Growth Driver for NZ Inc.
Panel – Dr Monique Faleafa, National Manager Le Va and member of Auckland City Pacific Advisory Board; Sacha McMeeking, Ngai Tahu, Harkness Fellow and Social Innovation Strategist; Rukumoana Schaafhausen, Tainui Holdings and Tribal Boards, Genesis Energy Board Auckland Regional Facilities; Silvana Schenone, Latin American, Partner Minter Ellison, actively participates in diversity initiatives.
Closing keynote speaker – Katie Lahey – Managing Director Korn / Ferry Australasia
Held at the Owen G Glenn Building University of Auckland.