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Speak Up! Women and Public Speaking


Date: 12 June, 2018

Venue: Barclays, 41F Cheung Kong Centre

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  • Speak Up! Women and Public Speaking
    12 June 2018

    Most of us have been to conferences with all-male panels. Despite of the extensive female talent pool in the industry, most panels and conferences are dominated by male speakers. On 12 June our distinguished panelists will give you their views on what it takes to be a good panelist/moderator/public speaker, provide some tips on how to get your name out there and be invited for public speaking opportunities and what firms and event organizers can do to support more female speaker participation in conferences.

    Time: Registration opens at 6:30 pm; Discussion to start at 7:00 pm; please arrive punctually
    Venue: Barclays, 41F Cheung Kong Center, 2 Queens Road,Central
    Cost: 150 HKD

    Registration is mandatory. Seats are limited.

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  • #Post Me Too – What’s next?
    26 June 2018

    The #MeToo movement that started in the U.S. last fall has led companies to look into their anti-harassment and anti-discriminatory practices and has led to some soul-searching about how to keep women safe in their workplaces. Yet the larger discussion about what the movement means for women's empowerment in companies and boardrooms is just beginning.

    The WIFA Networking committee will host a conversation on these topics on June 26 with a panel of distinguished industry experts. We want to make it an interactive discussion about what men and women can do to move beyond #MeToo to create dynamic environments for real inclusion, and also on women's empowerment and mentorship in companies and boardrooms.

    We have confirmed Jodi Schneider, Senior International Editor from Bloomberg as the moderator and Staci Ford from HKU as one of the panellists.
    Duncan Watt partner at Eversheds will give a quick introduction before the panel.

    Time: Registration 6.15 pm and starts at 7pm; please arrive punctually
    Venue: Eversheds - 21/F Gloucester Tower, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central
    Please click here to register: https://www.eventbank.com/event/8778/#
  • Or email jallum@wifasia.org
  • Mentor Mentee Programme (MMP) Launch Event Review

    The Mentor Mentee Programme 2018 has officially launched and our orientation event has taken place on April 19th 2018 at Macquarie Group.

    We had the pleasure to invite Donna Titley from Ellevate to lead on a facilitated session on how to maximise mentor mentee relationship through goal setting. We continue to see positive impacts on both professional and personal development on our programme participants. Previous mentors who have established lasting and impactful relationships with their mentees have also returned to the programme and shared with us their journey.

    The programme has gained incredible momentum over the last 5 years, if you would like to hear about how the 2018 programme is tracking, advisory on how to launch a program in your firm or entry criteria to the 2019 programme please do reach out via Grace (grace.lee@wifasia.org)

WiFA Likes

  • Women's Golf Day
    5 June 2018

    Do you want to swing like Lydia Ko? Or like Hong Kong LPGA Tiffany Chan? Or maybe you would like to network over something active?

    Get your group of friends together for an evening of laughter, fun, competition and networking….over Indoor Golf Simulation for something a bit different. All experience levels welcome.

    International Golf Instructor Iain Robert will provide an overview on Women’s golf (he has been a coach to ladies on the LPGA) & golf instruction. We will then have the chance to participate in some Golfing Activities (Chipping, Putting, Driving etc) & of course network and meet other women in Hong Kong.

    Register here
  • The Great Refugee Challenge - organized by RUN
    9 June 2018

    Immerse yourselves in the lives of refugees living in Hong Kong, as you and your team complete a series of exciting challenges and activities!

    Challenge your team of four to successfully complete as many checkpoints as possible, using only public transport, as you battle against the clock.

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WiFA Job Posting

  • IT mentors at RUN

    RUN (formerly Free to Run) is a Hong Kong charity committed to providing trauma intervention through sport and education to a vulnerable group of refugees (mainly women).

    As part of our rehabilitation work, we support refugees to acquire new skills and study online. Individual guidance and support is provided by a mentor from the business community. We are currently looking for 3 mentors for IT students (entry level and intermediate). This is a 1 year commitment, and will take about 1 hour per week.

    If interested please contact anne@runhk.org

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