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Thursday 2nd March 2023 | Cardiff
in partnership with the FDA
Now in their Thirteenth year, the annual Women into Leadership conferences have established themselves as the key events for all those interested in seeing leadership opportunities for women enhanced. Women into Leadership 2022 will examine how female leaders, at any grade, can enhance their skills to become the leader they aspire to be.
This year's conferences will draw on feedback from previous Women into Leadership events, as well as discussions that took place at this years’ planning meeting. The conferences will offer hands-on advice and coaching on how to further develop your career in times of change. You will hear from inspirational women of all grades and levels, within and outside the Civil Service. You’ll discuss together how you can manage the challenges of modern leadership and help ensure the Civil Service doesn’t lose momentum in recognising and rewarding female leaders.
The benefits of attending Women into Leadership include the opportunity to:
Visit the dedicated Women into Leadership website to view the full agenda, venue and speaker details
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Chair's Welcome and Introduction
Permanent Secretary Opening Address
Leading and learning through adversity: providing confident and empowering leadership in challenging times
Transition to breakout sessions
Agenda description item
Breakout Session A
Introversion in Leadership: unleashing your quiet power
Breakout Session B
Menopause in the Workplace: seeking support & developing confidence to conduct sensitive conversations
Breakout Session C
Preparing for your next role: are you ready for a promotion?
SPEAKER: Richard Hillsdon, Dods Trainer
Breakout Session D
Reclaiming your Space: tools for success in a hybrid working environment.
SPEAKER: Cath Baxter, Professional Voice and Public Speaking Consultant & former Head of Voice, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
11.45 Plenary Address
Authentic and courageous leadership: using challenges and triumphs to power success
Breakout Session E
Networking for success: developing the mindset and toolset to become a successful networker
Breakout Session F
Managing difficult conversations: giving and receving effective feedback in challenging situations
SPEAKER: Lucille Thirlby, Assistant General Secretary, FDA
Breakout Session G
Getting through the Sift and the Interview: understanding what influences the selectors
Breakout Session H
Speaking so that others listen: key tools for impactful communication
Afternoon plenary address
Leadership starts with you: leadership as a choice, not a position
Abigail Agyei, Senior Policy Advisor, Department of Health and Social Care
Leadership in action: lifting others as you climb
Chair's Closing Remarks followed by Networking Drinks
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