PWN London – Presents the following events:
Monday 15th September , 17:30 for Start 18:00
PWN London - Who Gets Heard and Why?• Do you simmer with frustration when a colleague repeats what you’ve said and is greeted with nods of approval, yet when you spoke it was ignored? • Do you shy away from face to face communication in favour of the safety of emails? • Have you found yourself in meetings silently disagreeing, but not voicing your concerns? : Read More...
Tuesday 30th September , 18:00 for Start 18:30
PWN London - Autumn Networking Event
PWN London is delighted to present this networking event which is part of our PWN Community series to help career-minded women connect. Join us for drinks and nibbles to:Read More...
Tuesday 14th Octomber , 18:00 for Start 18:30
PWN London: Making the transition from an outwardly successful “good job” to a fulfilling career.
For many talented people, career success or a “good job” can start to feel like a trap. Many, in mid career, wonder if they would be better suited and happier in a different role and perhaps a different industry.Read More...
Authentic Leadership – Who would you trust to get you to the summit?
Our latest blog article has been written by our friend from PWN London, Tiffany Saibil.
As a member of the Professional Women’s Network (PWN) I was invited to join an event on ‘What makes an authentic leader in 2014?’ led by The Juniper Company in partnership with the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and software company Verint Systems Ltd. Panelists included Tom May, Head of Research at the ILM, Michiel Lely, Practice Lead for Workforce Optimisation at Verint and Helen Hopper, founding partner of leadership consultancy HCubed.
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…
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…
The network of choice for women who want to make connections... across boundaries
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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