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Women in Education

October 17

Women represent an overwhelming majority of the education workforce, yet they are significantly underrepresented in senior leadership positions. Across the education sector, from primary and secondary schools to colleges and universities, women are not making senior leadership positions in adequate numbers. Women in Education seeks to provide current and future leaders with the skills needed to correct this imbalance.

The online conference¬†Women in Education¬†explores the role of leading women in the sector and offers practical advice and coaching on how to further develop your career in times of change. You will hear from inspirational speakers discuss together how you can manage the challenges of modern leadership and help ensure we don’t lose momentum in recognising and rewarding female leaders across the education sector.


Why attend:
  • Identify the unique leadership challenges and opportunities facing women in education today
  • Understand when and how gender plays a role in both organisational and personal advancement
  • Learn how successful women negotiate for what they need to be effective leaders
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the skills, qualities and attributes needed to be a successful leader
  • Raise the visibility of women as senior leaders in education
  • Explore additional on-demand content on event day and in the weeks after the event
  • Receive video recordings and speaker presentation slides for your reference after the event

Who should attend?

Women in Education is aimed at all those who aspire to move into a leadership role or those already in a senior role looking to progress. Presentations and workshops offer practical advice and coaching relevant to all women across the education sector, from primary and secondary schools to colleges and universities.

Venue

Online

Organizer

Dods Events – Diversity & Inclusion
Phone
020 7593 5739
Email
conference.admin@dods-events.com
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