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We all know that better work-life integration is possible - for both women and men - when the flexibility of (part-time) remote and working is an option or a necessity. That being said, meetings and collaborating virtually with others is essential for sharing information and moving projects forward.
Unfortunately, online meetings aren't necessarily known for being snag-free. So, how to achieve trouble-free and productive communication remains the goal!
Join us on September 12th to discuss the challenges of- and potential solutions for – successful remote and flexible working in the Digital age; both as an individual and in teams.
We are graciously being hosted by ING's Lioness network who, like PWN, support women in their career development and strive to drive gender balanced leadership forward. In order to provide a broad spectrum of experience, we decided to invite a panel of experts for this event.
Our Moderator and Panelists are:
Amber Rahim is the owner of Amber Rahim Coaching. As a leadership coach and adviser to (STEM) organizations in transition, she will ensure the attendees take home the essential tips and tools to effectively navigate remote working.
Marlene de Koning will present from an organizational standpoint. She is a director at Microsoft working on enhancing a new solution measuring organizational culture and productivity. Remote working is part of this solution. Previously, she was a team leader with LinkedIn. In both these roles, she has dealt with all or part of her teams working remotely.
Caroline Williams offers experience from her multiyear leadership experience of remote teams. After 10 years with Microsoft, she started 'The Do Good Only Company' in 2018. Enhancing digital skills in a diverse workplace, within a growing technical market, is her focus.
Theresa Sigillito Hollema is the owner of Interact Global. She advises and consultants globally to organizations who face challenges working virtually with culturally diverse, cross-border teams. She is currently co-writing a book on this topic.
Catharina Adriaans is the ING lead of Agile Coaching CoE with Coaches spanning Poland, India, Manila, and The Netherlands. She used to be an Agile coach before transitioning into this role.
Registration Details: This event is open to members and non-members (guests). Men are warmly welcomed to join our events as guests. Registration is required for all attendees. Members and guests, please see the side bar for this event's fees. Guest fees are non-refundable. There is a limited number of seats, so please register early!
For Our Non-Members: For questions concerning Membership, please contact Corrie Hekker at membership(at)pwnamsterdam(dot)net
Additional Payment Info: For those of you who are unable to use our current online registration options, below is our bank account information where you can complete payment for the event.
Once payment is complete, please send an email to Mirla: LandD(at)pwnamsterdam(dot)net with the full names of all attendees, for which payment has been made for. When this has been received, you will be placed on our attendee list.
Our bank account name and number is: PWN Amsterdam NL64 ABNA 0544802624. In the payment note please include the full names of all attendees payment is for and that it relates to the ‘Sept 12th 2019’ event.