QUEST Early Career Women's Program - London

May 14, 2019

Overview

May 14, 2019

London, United Kingdom
The QUEST Early Career Women's Program - London is hosted by Shell.

QUEST partner companies may send 6 early career women. The target audience for this program is women in the first decade of their careers in line roles. QUEST partner business schools may send 1 participant.

For high-potential women in the first decade of their careers, QUEST offers a one-day program to give early career women the skillsets and mindsets to grow their careers.

The program will feature tactical sessions on the essential skills emerging women leaders must cultivate. Dan Robertson, Director, Vercida Consulting, will deliver a session on "Being an Inclusive Leader." In addition, participants will benefit from an interactive session on “Be Well. Work Well. Simple Things You Can Do to Be Your Best Self” and will discover practical steps they can take to enhance their wellbeing.

The program will also feature the outputs of QUEST’s research on senior level women that highlights lessons from senior executive women. A panel of senior-level women executives will bring this research to life through their career advice for the next generation of women leaders.

Who Should Attend

QUEST partner companies may send 6 emerging women leaders. The target audience for this program is women in the first decade of their careers in line roles. QUEST partner business schools may send 1 participant.

 

 

Faculty

Shalah Akhtar

Manager, PwC

Christie Hunter Arscott

Managing Director, QUEST

Jen Nash

Enterprise Sales Manager for Policing and Front-Line Defence, Microsoft UK

Lauren Noël

Managing Director, QUEST

Dan Robertson

Director, Vercida Consulting

 

 

Schedule

9:00-9:30 Coffee and Registration

9:30-9:45 Introduction and Welcome
-David Doe, VP Talent Excellence, Shell

9:45-10:15 How to Build a Career You Thrive In
-Lauren Noël, Managing Director, QUEST
-Christie Hunter Arscott, Managing Director, QUEST

10:15-10:45 Keynote Address: How I Make It Happen - My Story
-Facilitator: Jennifer Sefton, Advisor, Learning (Leader Development), Shell
-Louise Mooney, VP Finance New Energies, Shell

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:15 Panel: How I Make It Happen – Lessons from Women Executives
-Facilitator: Lauren Noel, Managing Director, QUEST
-Shawn Carolan, Assistant General Council Downstream, Shell
-Louise Mooney, VP Finance New Energies, Shell
-Jen Nash, Enterprise Sales Manager for Policing and Front-Line Defence, Microsoft UK

12:15-1:00 Lunch

1:00-2:00 Inclusive Leadership
-Dan Robertson, Director, Vercida Consulting

2:00-2:15 Break

2:15-3:15 Be Well. Work Well. Simple Things You Can Do to Be Your Best Self.
-Shalah Akhtar, Manager, PwC

3:15-3:30 Idea Exchange and Accelerating Impact
-Lauren Noël, Managing Director, QUEST
-Christie Hunter Arscott, Managing Director, QUEST

3:30 Adjourn

 

 

Advance Prep

 

Travel

The QUEST Early Career Women's Program - London will take place on May 14, 2019. Please plan to arrive at 9:00am for coffee and registration. We recommend that you arrive promptly at 9:00am since getting through security can take quite a long time. The program will run from 9:30am - 3:30pm.

Program Location
Shell Centre Tower
Belvedere Road
Floor 12
Room: 1204 - Thames
London
SE1 7NA

Participants should use the Tower entrance and bring their passport or another government issued ID for identification.

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Presentations

How to Build a Career You Thrive In

This presentation highlights lessons from senior level women about how you can build a career you thrive in.

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Panel - How I Make It Happen

Here are the slides for the panel session at the QUEST Early Career Women's Program hosted by Shell.

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Participant List

Here is the participant list for the QUEST Early Career Women's Program hosted by Shell.

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Inclusive Leadership

Here are the slides from Dan Robertson, Director, Vercida Consulting, on Inclusive Leadership.

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Be Well, Work Well, Simple Things You Can Do to Be Your Best Self

Here are Shalah Akhtar's slides from her presentation on Be Well, Work Well, Simple Things You Can Do to Be Your Best Self.

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