Advancing Women in Technical Industries and Roles

Insights and frameworks to drive forward the female technical workforce of the future

25 Nov 2019Grand Millennium, Auckland
Event Details
separately bookable workshops
Workshop 1: Winning strategies for driving Diversity and Inclusion in organisations
26 November 2019 I 9.00am - 12.30pm

Focusing on a selected range of high impact enablers, participants will work through and select from key frameworks, strategies, and initiatives to leave the workshop with the most viable solutions for their own organisation.  A powerful mix between presentation, case studies, group discussions, and individual work ensures inspirational learning and tangible results for you to take back and continue making a difference.

  • Understand the critical components for building your own diversity and inclusion strategy
  • Assess your organisation’s enablers and roadblocks for advancing an inclusive culture
  • Identify the high impact and low-cost initiatives that work for you
  • Learn about indicators and measures for diversity and inclusion
  • Develop your own measures to track the progress and success of your organisation’s Diversity and Inclusion programme

Stefan Doll

Principal Consultant

Diversity Institute New Zealand

Stefan has over 20 years of experience as consultant, human resources manager, and trainer in Europe and New Zealand. His passion for inclusive organisational cultures resulted in advising the European headquarters of BP on learning and development programmes. Stefan is a published author on diversity and inclusion and co-founder of the Diversity Institute New Zealand (2011). As principal consultant at the Diversity Institute, he is specialising on enabling great human connections in organsiations. Stefan helps his many happy clients to build productive teams and inclusive organisations in a diverse environment.

Workshop 2: Developing a powerful personal presence to influence and engage
26 November 2019 I 1.30pm - 5.00pm

Have you ever been told (or felt) you are too timid, aggressive, nervous, bossy, emotional, or lack confidence? This workshop is aimed at helping you on the journey to unlock and ignite a more powerful, confident and vibrant presence that inspires & creates buy-in.   It will be interactive with Jann sharing stories of some of her clients who have successfully lifted their presence to help advance their careers, influence and reputation, and she guarantees a sprinkle of fun in the session as well.
 

  • Building your personal presence – moving to high presence/high impact
  • Confidence vs aggression - Getting your body language and tone right from the start
  • Creating a compelling approach to showing up and holding the attention of your audience, especially male audience
  • Learn to effectively deliver your message with confidence and authority
  • Learn how to frame your content to engage and involve your audience

Jann Watt-Drake

Career Strategist and Director

Denovo

*NZ’s first 360◦ Reach-Certified Personal Branding Strategist

Jann Watt-Drake, New Zealand's first Reach-Certified Personal Branding Strategist is passionate about helping motivated mid-career professionals find their career mojo. Personal branding is a key to helping people focus on the positives in their lives, and Jann's mission is to be a catalyst for helping others unlock and ignite the what’s next. In August 1999 after observing a number of highly talented people feeling unfulfilled in their roles, Jann stepped out of her corporate role in Organisational Development and launched de novo to enable her to follow her purpose of inspiring others to be the best they can be (and more). Jann has a reputation of being a forward thinker, yet always practical, quickly tapping into the barriers that are holding people back and giving them the tools and confidence to achieve their career goals. To benefit others, she shares her knowledge, life experiences and network with authenticity and optimism. She is a firm believer that networking is all about sharing. This is clearly seen in the number of coffee chats Jann fits in to her busy week with people within her network. Jann loves one-on-one coaching and is also adept working with groups in the role of facilitator or trainer. She has spoken at conferences on networking and the importance of managing "brand me".

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