The guest speakers at Think Women 2020

We are delighted to announce our speakers at Think Women on Friday, March 6 2020, all of whom have the achievements and experience to provide insights and advice to support women to progress in the workplace.

Relocate Think Women Speakers 2020

Think Women International Womens Day Vlatka Hlupic

Vlatka Hlupic - Keynote speaker

CEO, The Management Shift

Professor Hlupic is an international, multi award-winning thought leader, an activist for humanising management, an academic, management consultant and an author.She received a PhD in Information Systems at the LSE, a BSc (Hons) in Economics and an MSc in Information Systems from the University of Zagreb. Voted one of HR Magazine’s Most Influential HR Thinkers in the World 2015-19, she won the Croatian Woman of Influence Award and an Honorary Award from the Leadership Awards in 2016.Vlatka is Professor of Leadership and Organizational Transformation at Hult Ashridge Executive Education and founder of The Management Shift Consulting. She is author of ‘The Management Shift - How to Harness the Power of People and Transform Your Organization for Sustainable Success' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) and 'Humane Capital - How to Create a Management Shift to Transform Performance and Profit' (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018), a 2018 HR Magazine top 5 business book.
Think Women International Womens Day Teresa Boughey

Teresa Boughey - Speaker

CEO, Jungle HR

Teresa Boughey MA FCIPD is CEO of award-winning Jungle HR, and works with executive boards and leadership teams during times of change and business transformations. Passionate about enabling organisations to create inclusive workplace cultures, she has an extensive track record of facilitating and coaching teambuilding for performance improvement.Throughout her career, Teresa has gained vast strategic HR experience and has worked at a senior level within a variety of industries and sectors including: FTSE 100 and 250 companies, financial services, the travel industry, private and public sectors and a Sunday Times Top 100 company that grew 20% year-on-year. Teresa is a UK Female Entrepreneur Ambassador and a member of the Women and Enterprise and Women and Work All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG). Her revolutionary book, Closing the Gap – 5 steps to creating an Inclusive Culture’ (Rethink Press, 2019), is perfect for any business professional at any stage of their inclusivity journey. 
Think Women International Womens Day Ann Ellis

Ann Ellis - Speaker

CEO and Co-Founder, Mauve GroupAnn Ellis knew she wanted to be an entrepreneur from the age of 9 after watching the film The Millionairess. This inspired Ann into a colourful career that has seen her travel the globe supporting the empowerment of women in business.Ann started her career teaching in the UK, becoming a headteacher while simultaneously achieving a Masters’ degree in Applied Educational Studies. Ann relocated to Italy with her young family in the early 1990s, where she founded the now global organisation Mauve Group.Today, Mauve Group is an international organisation providing global workforce solutions and HR services in more than 150 countries. Ann’s role is as energetic as ever, and she remains involved in the business at every level.Ann has spoken on BBC Radio Wales and delivers keynote talks worldwide, sharing her experiences from 25 years at the helm of an expanding global organisation.
Think Women International Womens Day Carrie Clark

Carrie Clark - Speaker

Pilot and inspirational speaker

Carrie Clark’s aim is to help transform the aviation industry and make it more diverse and accessible to young people, whatever their background or gender.  Globally, there is a global shortage of pilots and only 3% are female; Carrie plans to be part of changing this. At 17, Carrie obtained a Private Pilot License and has spent the next 11 years studying and working to become an airline pilot. Now 70% of her way through Flight School, she is still funding her own studies to qualify, through a range of activities, events and loans. At a cost of £85,000-£130,000, students need to be self-funding and this can seem prohibitive to many.Carrie has a publishing contract to write a motivational book, and plans both to establish a support/networking group for professional female pilots and to tour UK schools to help educate children about realising their career ambitions.

Think Women event: all you need to know...

When? Friday 6 March. The Think Women workshop starts at 11am and the lunch at 1pm.Where? Institute of Directors 116 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5EDWhy? Join our Think Women community of business leaders and entrepreneurs who, just like you, are carving out professional careers, exploring coaching opportunities and working with global charities to help girls and women flourish. Learn, discover and be inspired at our creative workshop and networking lunch. Hear from women, empowering other women, to achieve great things.Tickets £80.00 (plus VAT) Limited tickets are available for our workshop, so please book early to secure your place!Relocate Think Women Networking Event Book EventbriteResponding to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns for the Think Women event
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