Political Savvy for Female Leaders - Monday, 28th April, 12:30
Monday, 28th April, 12:30
Research suggests that women define “power” differently (power with) than men (power over), and women may be less likely to throw their hats into the political arena. Women can under-estimate the dynamics of corporate politics and are less comfortable dealing with them. This becomes a block since, like it or not, in many companies women have to work harder than men to promote themselves and their teams, to get their ideas heard and supported and to navigate the male standards, expectations and ‘ways of working.’ In addition, we know that women use different language patterns than men — some of these patterns reinforce negative stereotypes about women as leaders. Read More...
Mid-Year Career Booster - Tuesday, 13th May, 18:30
Mid-Year Career Booster
Tuesday, 13th May, 2014, 18:30
Join us for this event to:
- Meet new people and strengthen relationships with existing contacts
- Get fresh ideas by talking to people outside their own industry or job area
- Raise your profile
- Access new opportunities
- Get new information about careers and career change
- Receive advice and support from those who may have gone through similar career challenges
Women’s Career Pulse Survey
Research is an important part of PWN, and staying current on the critical issues and challenges that our members and women in business generally face is paramount. In July 2013 we launched a Women’s Career Pulse Survey. Here we provide some of our preliminary findings. Read More…
A Call for Volunteers
PWN London Needs You!
PWN London is current recruiting volunteers to work with the Board and Steering Committee in delivering our amazing content. Currently we need volunteer members in our Programming, Communications and Membership teams. If you can volunteer, email us on EPWN-London@europeanpwn.net.
Click here to watch a short video of some of the women who have volunteered with us.
Opportunity to Participate in Research
Long Term Effects of Female Bullying
Dr. Linda M. Johnston is conducting research entitled “The Long-term Effects of Female Bullying on Adult Women and their Resolution of Conflicts.” The purpose of the research is to study the long-term effects of childhood bullying experiences on adult women and to ascertain the relationship between that bullying experience and the adult woman’s resolution of conflicts. Read more…
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Our Vision, Mission and Values
To find out more about our motto: "Across Boundaries" in addition to the Mission and Values of PWNglobal click here.
PWNlondon is a local branch of the Professional Women's Network-Global. To find out more about the structure of the organization in both levels click here.
One of the key benefits of being a Professional Women’s Network member is the ability and opportunity to network across boundaries. Since 2010 PWNlondon has been taking the benefits one stage further and has developed a mentoring programme specifically for our members.
To learn more about our Mentoring Programme, click here.
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