Join Lady Val Corbett for networking, lunch and a free workshop with speakers Jules Chappell OBE and facilitator Rebecca Stephens, MBE.
The event features speaker Jules Chappell OBE, on the future of activism in a pussy-grabbing world. It also features a free workshop with Rebecca Stephens, director of a leadership development company. Her topic is for anyone who wants to influence others and implement change.
Time & Date: 18/05/17
Location: Venue: Brown’s Courtrooms, 1st floor
Address: 82 St Martin’s Lane, WC2
Price: £55 but book before May 4 and pay £45
About Jules Chappell OBE
At 31, she became Britain’s youngest Ambassador with postings in Amman, Baghdad, Washington, Addis Ababa and Guatemala City. Jules was awarded an OBE for her work helping women enter politics in post-war Iraq. Winner of Woman of the Future for the Public Sector, she became a World Economic Forum Global Leader last year. She now works as a Partner for Hawthorns, a corporate communications and reputation management specialist. Clients range from large groups and companies to individuals passionate about shifting the dial on a particular issue and helping clients build partnerships across the public, private and third sector divide so as to multiply the positive impact they are able to have. Jules sent three talk topics and networkers at the last lunch chose the subject of her recent TED talk: The future of activism in a pussy-grabbing world.
About Rebecca Stephens, MBE
Director of Seven Summits Performance Ltd. Following a decade in journalism, latterly with The Financial Times, Rebecca hit the headlines when, in 1993, she became the first British woman to climb Mount Everest. The following year she became the first British woman to climb the Seven Summits, the highest mountain on each of the seven continents. Drawing on her experiences in the extreme, hostile and often dangerous environment of the high mountains, Rebecca draws parallels and metaphors in the work place, working alongside individuals to develop skills in leadership, teamwork, communications, influencing, risk assessment and decision-making.
Topic: Organisational Intelligence: a vital tool in the armoury of leadership skills. This is for anybody who wants to influence others and effectively implement change.