How can you be more successful at work by harnessing your power and influence? How can you get what you want out of any negotiation? How can you use your network for maximum impact?
We’re not promising we can solve all of these questions but we can share important tips and tricks that will make a difference.
Cranfield leads this collaborative event between four global business schools, providing insight from industry experts and practical tips for women to succeed in business.
The webinar explores these key topics:
- Harnessing your power and influence: articulate your leadership brand and manage your future career.
- Getting what you want: how to negotiate for success; what you need to prepare in advance; addressing challenges - negotiation tips, moves, turns and rebuttals; closing the negotiation.
Power in numbers: building your network with practical insight into how networks can best help you with career challenges.
This webinar is a collaboration between:
- Cranfield School of Management, UK
- ESMT Berlin, Germany
- Imperial College Business School, UK
- Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University, Netherlands
Professor Sue Vinnicombe CBE has consulted for organisations in over twenty countries including the USA, Ireland, India, the UAE, Philippines, Trinidad, Nigeria, Australia and New Zealand, on how best to attract, retain and develop women executives. Susan is regularly interviewed by the press, on the radio and on television for her expert views on women directors and is a frequent keynote speaker at conferences. Susan is the Founder and Chair of the judges for Women in the City Awards and is a judge for the Sunday Times best NEDs of the year awards. She is Vice Patron of the charity, Working Families. Susan was a member of the Davies Steering Committee from 2010 – 2015 and has been invited onto the Advisory Board of Sir Philip Hampton/Dame Helen Alexander’s Review on the lack of women in the executive pipeline.
Susan was elected to Fellow of the British Academy of Management in 2013. She has been honoured by The International Alliance of Women (TIAW) in 2013 when she was awarded the TIAW World of Difference 100 Award 2013, which recognises those who have made a significant contribution to the economic empowerment of women. In 2016 she was made a Companion of the Chartered Institute of Management and honoured by the International Women’s Forum (IWF) Washington as a women who has “made a difference’ in the world. Susan was awarded an OBE for her Services to Diversity in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List in 2005 and subsequently awarded a CBE for her Services to Gender Equality in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, 2014.
Dr Deirdre Anderson is an experienced occupational psychologist, having spent over 20 years working within organisations and then as an independent consultant and trainer in the private sector, before obtaining her PhD and taking up academic research and teaching at Cranfield University. Earlier degrees include a BSc (Hons) in Business Studies from the University of Bradford, an MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology from the University of East London, and a Masters in Research from Cranfield.
Deirdre is a Chartered Organisational Psychologist, an Academic Fellow of the CIPD and a Senior Fellow of the Foundation for Management Education. She joined Cranfield in 2008 as a Teaching Fellow, progressing to Lecturer in 2010, and Senior Lecturer in 2013, when she also became Director of the Executive MBA from until 2015. From 2017 to 2019 she was Head of Department, People and Organisations at University of Lincoln before returning to Cranfield.
Deirdre has expertise in flexible working, work-life balance, the gendered nature of careers, and inclusion and diversity.