The Role of Executive Education in Women’s Leadership
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid • May 13, 2015
Join the International Women’s Forum of Spain and our Ellevate network in this one of a kind opportunity to discover what Executive Education can truly do to help you succeed in the workplace. A...
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDTInternational Institute
Calle Miguel Angel 8
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 28010
Join the International Women’s Forum of Spain and our Ellevate network in this one of a kind opportunity to discover what Executive Education can truly do to help you succeed in the workplace. Amazing women leaders like Ana María Llopis, CEO at Ideas4All and Chairwoman of Dia Group, and Belén Romana, Former President at Sareb Asset Management, will discuss how MBAs and business school programs have helped them boost their careers and open their minds to new possibilities. Leena Nair, Senior global VP of leadership & organizational development at Unilever will share her experience with IWF Leadership Foundation program, and tell us about how companies see women’s potential. Norwegian ambassador Johan Vibe will illustrated what the Norwegian and Spanish governments are doing to promote women in business with the CEOE- managed Promociona grant program.
This superb panel discussion will open to your questions too, under careful moderation of our Ellevate Spain board member Pino Bethencourt, and be followed by a cocktail to help you meet other men and women with an interest in helping women succeed.
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