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Conference Purpose

“To promote and accelerate the impact of women’s leadership as a positive force for change”

The increased complexity of issues we all face means that now, more than ever, we need a forum for dynamic, trail-blazing women leaders to share their experiences and learnings to help us successfully overcome the challenges of our time within our organisations and communities.

MyPhy is proud to present the Women’s Leadership Conference 2021.

What are our objectives for you?

Enhance your role as a leader

Bring current themes in women’s leadership to the forefront of your organisation

Further develop your leadership skills and advance your business acumen

Succeed as a strong role model for other women

Meet like-minded leaders from different sectors

Grow your network and make valuable contacts

Who Should Attend?

Leaders and Aspiring Leaders

Company Directors and Partners

Key Department Heads

Business Owners

Senior Leads in HR and Talent Management

Diversity and Inclusion Specialists

Professors and Subject Experts

What Will You Learn?

Strategies to lead in periods of great uncertainty

Inspiring stories of how to overcome major barriers in your career

How to build confidence and inner strength

How to develop strategies for coping with obstacles at work

How to be a more resilient and assertive leader

Practical guidance  on how to better organise yourself in work and life

How to get the most out of networking

Conference Organisers

Dr. Susan Baragwanath (Co-Chair)

Susan Baragwanath is an authority in Women’s Leadership. She has had extensive international experience in education and criminal justice and has mentored dozens of women from all walks of life. She has recently organized two international strategic programs for Women’s Leadership in London, chaired international search committees for outstanding women leaders, and is a Distinguished Eisenhower Fellow. In 2005, she received the highest academic award in the Humanities, Doctor of Letters, for education reform of school age mothers in New Zealand.

Prof. Cassandre Burgess (Co-Chair)

Cassandre Burgess designs and delivers workshops for a range of clients and is MyPhy’s Business Development Manager. She is also Adjunct Professor at Geneva Business School (GBS), where she teaches courses including Banking, Project Management, Investment Psychology and M&A. Originally from South Africa, she has extensive experience in the financial services and mining sectors. She is active in several associations and community groups in the Geneva region.

Contact us to register your interest for MyPhy’s 2024 Women’s Leadership Conference

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