2018 WIN’s Corporate Programme:
2 March | Annual Corporate D&I Forum on "Creating an Inclusive Organization" | Thomson Reuters (Geneva)
6 November | Corporate Meeting | IKEA (Zurich)
A reference for leaders and companies committed to creating diverse, innovative and inclusive organizations, where business flourishes and people thrive.
Purpose: Creating a flourishing business
The Corporate Programme is a leadership platform that forms part of the overall WIN vision to accelerate the development and growth of global, authentic and feminine leadership, and to ensure businesses flourish and people thrive. Corporate Programme meetings are designed to look at new leadership and future business opportunities, and are a focused extension of the many forums at our regional and annual WINConferences.
A membership platform for leaders and organizations committed to creating conscious business, embracing diversity, innovating, developing inclusive practises and focusing on women and feminine leadership.
Topics covered in the sessions range from attracting, retaining, developing and promoting female leaders, to creating a culture of collaboration and co-operation with men. The sessions also deal with new business trends, diversity of thinking, innovation and technology, culture, and running successful and creative business networks. By identifying key industry fields, this network of like-minded organizations creates real business benefits for all of its members.
How does it work?
WIN’s Corporate Programme offers four half-day meetings a year as well as an additional Corporate D&I Forum each spring. Most sessions are hosted by a member company and includes an internal case-presentation as well as an external expert speaker. In some cases, a session may also take the format of a workshop to enhance skills. The meetings provide invaluable opportunities to foster dialogue with other leading international organisations, participate in exciting exchanges of ideas and information, promote team work through valuable networking opportunities and position the organisation in an environment of global, inclusive and feminine leadership.