Female leader summit arrives in Aberdeen


FOLLOWING the highly acclaimed success of the inaugural She-EO summit in Glasgow in March, the opportunity for female leaders to attend the next phase of the programme is coming to Aberdeen.

The event will provide female leaders, entrepreneurs and solopreneurs with a unique opportunity to develop confidence in their personal leadership, and network with like-minded women from a wide variety of backgrounds.

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The She-EO Vision Summit will take place on Tuesday, June 4 at the Leonardo Hotel, Union Square from 9am to 4.30pm and will include topics, enthusiastically requested by previous attendees including: Identifying your leadership style, goal setting for success, the science of mind-mapping, the power of visualisation and much more.

The programme has been crafted and will be delivered by two internationally acclaimed facilitators, Aberdeen-based thirty-year career professional Margaret Brown and Toronto-based award-winning coach Lora Caven, originally from Glasgow.

Both women have a wealth of experience working at every level of leadership and in multiple sectors including energy, legal, pharmaceuticals, construction and the public sector to name but a few.

This promises to be an invaluable experience for all who attend, and at a universally affordable price of just £97. A further incentive of 10% discount is available for members of AGCC by simply entering the code CofC at checkout.

With a maximum of 40 places available, booking soon is highly recommended.

Margaret and Lora recognise that leadership is a complex subject, and that female leaders tend to experience certain gender-related challenges that are not typically addressed in other leadership programmes. Both have worked extensively in male-dominated sectors and wish to ensure that as many women as possible can take advantage of their experience in successfully navigating some of these challenges.

Click here to learn more about the programme and book your place on this exciting, specialised workshop. The event will also run in Glasgow on May 31.

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