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An interactive discussion & live poll on global internal & external challenges a woman experiences on Her Way To The Top
Looking to improve your public speaking skills? Leave an impactful impression during your presentations? We've got you covered.
New year, new you. Start it off right by setting up your mind, your body (and your wardrobe) for optimal wellness.
Do big corporates see beyond your CV/LinkedIn? In the age of AI, how is recruiting changing? Hear from the co-founder of Cappfinity on how to showcase your strength in a high-tech recruitment world.
Join our expert speakers and esteemed members of the Ellevate community to discuss how a solid, diverse network, and mastering the art of networking itself, is critical to your career trajectory.
Leadership coaching? Check. Expert style coaching? Check. Luxurious sustainable workwear? Check. We've got something for everyone, so come join us!
Our popular Mentor Meetup is back! Join us for another jam-packed session, with experienced mentors and fellow peers to guide you through the next phase of your career journey.
Have you ever felt like a fraud or have had feelings of self-doubt despite your many achievements? This workshop will help you to recognise and work through your feelings of Imposter Syndrome.
In partnership with General Assembly: How can innovation make it faster, cheaper, and easier to learn new skills?
How has the #METOO movement impacted you in your life, personally and professionally? Join us over dinner and share your experiences, plus hear how other women have been affected.
CEOs, elite special forces, and top athletes harness mindfulness techniques to become leaders in their field. Learn how mindfulness can help you gain clarity, creativity, and calm, to be your best.
AI conditions impact more women than men, typically diagnosed during childbearing age. Find out what symptoms to look for & why symptoms are diagnosed more as "mental illness" in women than in men.