Speed Mentoring Black History Month Special

Speed Mentoring:

Think ‘speed dating’, but for your career!

If you ever wanted your own board of senior advisers, people who are established  business leaders who have been there and done it. They wiill advise you on how to succeed in your careers.

If you’re lucky they may also be able to share their contacts with you!

In 1 hour you will create 4 mentoring relationships and spend 15 minutes with a mentor.

If you would like to have this opportunity the speed mentoring will take place an hour before the power series event.


 

Why Attend?

This is an opportunity to gain advise from leading business figures and discover their secrets to success.

If you were ever put off going after your dream job, senior position or starting your own business, please think again.

This event is about breaking all those barriers and providing you with guidance and connections to make it happen.


Speed mentoring sessions last one hour and take place before our Black History Month Power Series Special in the same venue. Feel free to join our panel of highly successful business leaders and entrepenuers to inspire you to break barriers within your career ambitions!

 

Please see https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gs-black-history-month-special-tickets-37458499380?aff=speedmentoringeventbritepage for more info about our speakers and sign up!

 

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GS Power Series: Black History Month Special

Confirmed Speakers

  • Rose St Louis, Head of strategic partnerships at Zurich
  • Elton Ndoma-Ogar, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Alix Partners
  • Jat Bains, Partner at Macfarlanes LLP
  • Lorraine Wright, Director at UBS
  • Jennifer Thomas, Director of Internal Communications & Experience at Direct Line Group
  • Sophia L. Aluko, Head of Service Delivery at Transitions Management Office at Barclays

About the event

This black history month, Generation Success is proud to welcome a panel of leading BME business leaders who will be sharing their career journey and secrets to their success with the Generation Success network.

In an ideal world, the month would not be necessary, because educational establishments and the national curriculum would fully recognise and appreciate the contribution of black people throughout history. Sadly, that is not the case.

Black History Month is an opportunity to share with the world vast contributions from BME leaders. It’s a time to demonstrate pride in the BME community’s creativity, respect for its intellectual prowess and a celebration of its cultural identity which is far too often misrepresented, when it is not being ignored, in the mainstream.

This is an opportunity to hear from a panel of leading BME business figures and discover their secrets to success. If you were ever put off going after your dream job, senior position or starting your own business, please think again. This event is about breaking all those barriers and providing you with guidance.

What you will gain:

  • Be inspired by the accomplishments by today’s leading BME business leaders
  • Build connections
  • Gain guidance to exceed your aspirations

There will also be a chance to WIN a free hour mentoring session with one of our mentors as a raffle prize.

Speed mentoring with BAME Leaders prior to the event

(click here to find out our Speed Mentoring session)

We have 30 BAME leaders from multiple organisations taking part in the speed mentoring session. It is an opportunity to have 4 x 15 minute one to one sessions.

What you will gain:

1) Be inspired by the accomplishments of today’s leading industry figures

2) Gain guidance to exceed your aspirations

3) Learn techniques that you can incorporate in your life, career and business

4) Build relationships with like-minded individuals and future colleagues

5) Know how to take action and achieve more

Our guarantee:

1) Direct access to Leading figures

2) Top and secret tips about career progression.

3) Diversity of audience

4) Speakers who are inspiring and want to inspire other people (paying it forward)

5) Casual welcoming atmosphere

6) Opportunity to sign up to our mentoring program