Seat at The Table workshops are 90-minute virtual, small group learning and networking sessions that I personally design and facilitate. You can join from home or work, you just need your laptop or phone and a quiet space.
I cover topics that have particular relevance for women who want to build the knowledge and skills necessary to advance their career, and thrive in their leadership role. They are a fun, effective and efficient means of building both your understanding and network, while gaining tools and techniques to take back to your workplace.
Whether you are a senior professional or in your first or second managerial role you will benefit. There are up to ten on the video Zoom call, so they are interactive sessions where we get to know one another. They are also practical so you start to build your own individual strategies to implement straight away.
Seat at The Table creates a collaborative environment that encourages you to share experience ... and build ways to improve when facing some common challenges.
It is truly inspiring when you can closely associate with the discussions and the participants.
Tina Yang, MCIPD. Senior HR Manager, WBA
It was a brilliant opportunity to work with and learn from a great group of women. It gave me the perfect blend of learning and practice in a safe environment.
Nicola Sullivan. Business Development Director, Meet and Engage
I never expected something so virtual to be so personal. It was an experience in bite-sized, insightful learning I could take away and apply to immediate business issues.
Patricia Taylor. Operating Partner, Acresis LLC.
Penny’s ‘Seat at the Table’ session was a source of great inspiration for me as a female COO and a valuable opportunity to connect with, and learn from, other women across industries.
Emma James COO Kamwell
Based in Asia taking 'A Seat at the Table' provided an easy and effective way to connect across the globe and share perspectives on pertinent challenges facing women leaders. Important topics and expertly facilitated.
Maria Firkin Executive Director, Standard Chartered Bank.