WINConference Nigeria 2016



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WINConference Nigeria 2016

Leading the Way

22.23.24 November, Abuja, Nigeria

 

Welcome to the WINConference Nigeria

Join leaders from different countries to look at how to shape a future that benefits all. Top business leaders, NGOs, activists and politicians meet in a colourful and diverse setting, integrating the feminine with modern business practices and tools. We inspire and are inspired as we accelerate the empowerment of more women across the globe.


Our vision is to model a global leader as we empower, develop and connect leaders with a feminine, authentic and global way. Through world-class plenary sessions, practical workshops, bench-marking forums and coaching, we provide communities, companies and individual leaders the possibility to grow and contribute to a world in which we all flourish


About the conference: 

This event will provide you with inspiration, knowledge, practical tools and contacts to help you succeed and create the future. It will help you to lead the way and support others that do so too. WIN will inspire and accompany you on your journey as an integrated feminine, authentic and global leader.

Joining the WINConference also gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself into an exchange of best practices with companies embracing diversity, initiating inclusive cultures and where you can find women leading the way.

We ask who are the individuals and organizations leading the way with purpose, creating work places with meaning and developing societies where everyone has the freedom of choice in a world in which we all flourish? We also look at how and why you are called to step up and lead the way or actively support those who do.


Speakers and workshop leaders include:


Charity Nwakolam Ohadiugha, Nigerian, CEO & International Coordinator, Human Resource Working Partners

Kristin EngvigNorwegian, Founder & CEO, WIN

Olufunke Baruwa, Nigerian, Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund

Eleanor NwadinobiBritish/Nigerian, Manager, Women and Girls, Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP)

Zainab ShariffNigerian, Deputy Director (Pharmacy), Federal Ministry of Health, Department of Food and Drugs

Didi Walson-JackNigerian, Director, Federal Civil Service Commission 

Sanne Steemers, Dutch, Chocolate Entrepreneur and Independent Consultant, Thirty Six Foods Nigeria Ltd

Olayinka FayomiNigerian, Founder, Africa Youth & Women Empowerment Network (AYWEN)

Princess Gloria Akobundu, Nigerian, National Coordinator & CEO, NEPAD Nigeria

            Marie OwoniyiNigerian, Executive Manager – Stakeholders’ Relations, Nestle Nigeria Plc

Naomi OsemeduaNigerian, CEO, The Sparkle With Naomi Company

Mary Odili, Nigerian, Justice of Supreme Court of Nigeria

Nancy Iloh, Nigerian, Broadcaster, Presenter and Producer

Ifeoma Okoye, Nigerian, Professor, College of Med. Univ. of Nigeria Nsukka, Ashoka Fellow, Founder of AGCPN – Clinical Trial Africa Vision 2020& BWS

Thelma NwokejiNigerian, Architect, Environmentalist& Author

Margaret SesayBritish, Director of Projects/Corporate & Social Events, Working Partners/Global Foundation for Women & Development

            Nahu Girma, Ethiopian, Founder and Executive Director, AWiB

Victoria Ezeocha, Nigerian, Retired Chief Education Officer

Mofoluwaso IlevbareNigerian, Confidence & Peak Performance Coach 

Ngozi AzodohNigerian, Health Planner/Medical Doctor, Department of Health Planning, Federal Ministry of Health

Gloria BurgessAmericanKeynoter and Transformational Coach, Adviser to various fortune 500 companies

Anne Pelagie Yotchou TzudjomCameroonian, Coordinator of Cefap, Ladies Circle, LADIES CIRCLE


Join to:

·        Become updated on the emerging global trends and the new changing global context

·        Discover how women and companies can collaborate to lead a gender based work agenda towards a thriving future in Nigeria and the world

·        Explore how organizations and individuals lead the way in creating the future

·        Learn how to find possibilities which enable companies, employees, clients and society to grow in a sustainable way

·        Become the inspiration and noble agent of possibility that we each need to become

·        Learn how to accelerate your journey, create optimal work-life balance, develop skills, increase confidence and become a global, authentic and feminine leader

·        We invite both organizations and individuals to look at how to accelerate this journey, create an optimum work-life balance, enrich our skills, boost our confidence and grow into global, authentic and feminine leaders.


·        When: 22.23.24 November 2016 (22 evening, 23 day and evening, 24 day)

 

·        Where: Venue and Accommodation 

The Sheraton Abuja HotelWuse Zone 4, Abuja Nigeria          

Phone: +234 (9) 461 2000

Email: info@sheratonabuja.com

Website: www.sheratonabuja.com   



Who:    Women and men in senior and middle management, consultants, entrepreneurs, NGO leaders, politicians, artists, all longing for a positive change in their world, work and life…. YOU!


What:   A global leadership conference of plenary sessions, workshops, Diversity & Inclusion working forums, a networking lunch and dinner, connecting you to ideas, energy and people.


Why:    Join to inspire and be inspired, to learn and to share, to create and co-create, to contribute and to connect with ideas, yourself and other outstanding leaders from Nigeria and the rest of the world.


 

PRICES: Conference Fees in Nigeria Naira 


Corporate Rate

NGN 150,000


Standard Rate

NGN 100,000


Subsidized Rate*

NGN 75,000


* Subsidized Rate is only for members of WIN partner networks and NGOs.

Registration to the WINConference Nigeria 2016

Conference Fees in Nigeria Naira 


Corporate Rate

NGN 150,000


Standard Rate

NGN 100,000


Subsidized Rate*

NGN 75,000


* Subsidized Rate is only for members of WIN partner networks and NGOs.


For local payments in NGN please contact: 


WINConference Nigeria Team contactMrs. Charity N. Ohadiugha,  Ms. Jennifer C. Odogwu and Mr. Chris Ebosie


Tel. +234 (0) 803-289-1059, +234 (0) 816-007-0495, +234 (0) 703 467 5821 or by email: info@hrworkingpartners.org


Conference Fees in Euros - Fees are subject to change depending on extreme exchange rate fluctuations. Rate calculated as of 22/06/2016.


Corporate Rate

EUR 470

Standard Rate

EUR 320

Subsidized Rate*

EUR 235

* Subsidized Rate is only for members of WIN partner networks and NGOs.



For media accreditation please contact pr[AT]winconference.net 


Scholarship applications

The scholarship will cover the conference fee, which includes conference participation, conference material, lunches, coffee breaks, networking and social events. Scholarships do not include flights or accommodationClosing date for applications: 10 November 2016

To apply, please send an email to the Scholarship office at info[AT]winconference.net with the following:

·         Your motivation for wanting to join our event

·         How you believe you can contribute to WINConference Nigeria 2016

·         How you foresee the WINConference experience helping you, your organisation or community

·         A brief explanation of why you are in need of financial support to attend the conference

·         Curriculum Vitae or short bio

WINConference Nigeria

Leading the Way

Abuja, Nigeria

 22.23.24 November 2016


Pre-conference event 

Tuesday, 22 November

 

19.00    Early Arrival Cocktail 

 

20.30    End

 

Day 1 - Wednesday, 23 November

 

08.30    Registration Opens

 

09.15    Opening Ceremony                                                                  Room – Ball Room 1    

            

Charity Nwakolam Ohadiugha, Nigerian, CEO & International Coordinator, Human Resource Working Partners

Kristin EngvigNorwegian, Founder & CEO, WIN

 

10.00    Plenary: The Global Picture                                                     Room – Ball Room 1                                        

What’s going on? What are the possibilities and the new trends which lie ahead?

 

Let’s discuss the context in which we are working, the trends which lie ahead and how we can prepare for the future. What are some of the economic, political and social global trends happening in the world today?  Where is Nigeria in this context? What is the situation of women in Nigeria? What about the men? What are some of the other realities? And, what can be learnt from them? How can leaders, women and men learn to see the possibilities, expand them and start leading the way?

 

Olufunke Baruwa, Nigerian, Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund

Eleanor NwadinobiBritish/Nigerian, Manager, Women and Girls, Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP)

Zainab ShariffNigerian, Deputy Director (Pharmacy), Federal Ministry of Health, Department of Food and Drugs

Didi Walson-JackNigerian, Director, Federal Civil Service Commission 

 

11.15    Tea & Coffee

 

11. 45   Plenary: The Future Organization

Which are the organizations leading the way? How are organizations leading the way with high values, inclusion and integrity? Which are the organizations we want to run, work for and buy from? 

 

            What will the companies and organizations of the future look like? How are these organizations creating inclusive and sustainable business cultures while embracing women, diversity, the environment and healthy work-life balance opportunities? Which are the strategies, programs and/or initiatives that can be used to create this conscious culture? How are women impacting the planet, society, business models and bottom lines?

 

Sanne Steemers, Dutch, Chocolate Entrepreneur and Independent Consultant, Thirty Six Foods Nigeria Ltd

Yinka FayomiNigerian, Founder - Africa Youth & Women Empowerment Network (AYWEN), Chairman – Foreign investment Network

Princess Gloria Akobundu, Nigerian, National Coordinator & CEO, NEPAD Nigeria

             Marie OwoniyiNigerian, Executive Manager – Stakeholders’ Relations, Nestle Nigeria Plc


13.15    Lunch                                                                                                   Ladi Kwali Hall

14.45    Breakout Sessions/Interactive Workshops. Please choose one session to attend. Room names to be advised.

This is a time for you to re-evaluate your career and prepare to lead the way to where you are most needed. 

 

1.     Making your voice heard through live streaming. 

By Naomi OsemeduaNigerian, CEO, The Sparkle With Naomi Company

This Workshop will allow women professionals identify the benefits of Live Streaming Platforms as a cheap and easy way to be heard and gain Global recognition.  It will take out the Guesswork as they will have a skill by skill process illustrated for them with Case studies of Individuals and brands that have leveraged live streaming platforms and the impact they have been able to achieve. With practical demonstration of a live Broadcast, participants will gain new skills while working in small groups and receiving feedback. This workshop is aimed at professional women who want to boost their visibility, increase their sphere of influence & profit financially while leveraging live streaming platforms.

 

2.     Step it Up. By Gloria BurgessAmericanKeynoter and Transformational Coach, Adviser to various fortune 500 companies

You're ready to change it up. Maybe you're looking for a new vision, mission, or purpose. Maybe you’re seeking a new direction and strategies to help you get there. You want to step it up… and play better together. We will help you dream outside the box, reimagine who you are, and create a culture of inspiration and innovation. Lift your performance to new heights. Get inspired. Jazz is about imagination. Join us in this interactive workshop as we together step it up. This workshop is open to all.

  

3.     The Confident Woman: Be UNSTOPPABLE at Work & Life.

By Mofoluwaso Ilevbare, Nigerian, Confidence & Peak Performance Coach, www.mofoluwasoilevbare.com

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be?" Marianne Williamson. A Confident woman is Courageous, Committed, and Consistent. She is not afraid to let her true self shine and make her voice heard. This workshop will allow participants gain new insights about authentic confidence and how to uncover your fears so you can truly DARE. DREAM. and DELIVER. Through interactive exercises, training, and personal reflection, participants will be empowered to cultivate a confident lifestyle. The workshop is aimed at all professional women who want to up level their confidence and be unstoppable in business, career, family and life. 

            

16.15    Tea & Coffee

 

16.45    Plenary: Women with Vision & the Future Career                                   Room – Ball Room 1    


How are women leading the way? How can we accelerate our impact? Gain insight into the exceptional journeys of pioneers, career moves, transitions and navigating in a constantly changing environment.  

We will address career development and work transitions. We will also investigate how to navigate the work place in a changing environment in a conscious and confident feminine way. Exceptional leaders will share their stories of leadership, feminine power and the value of staying connected as they describe their route to the top and beyond.  We will hear how their courage, perseverance and feminine touch helped move them ahead and pave the way for others to lead the way. Ultimately, we will discuss the importance of being authentic while adding the feminine dimension to becoming a global player. What are their visions for the future? 

 

Mary Odili, Nigerian, Justice of Supreme Court of Nigeria

Nancy Iloh, Nigerian, Broadcaster, Presenter and Producer

Ifeoma Okoye, NigerianProfessor, College of Med. Univ. of Nigeria Nsukka, Ashoka Fellow, Founder of AGCPN – Clinical Trial Africa Vision 2020 & BWS

Thelma NwokejiNigerian, Architect, Environmentalist & Author

                        

18.15    End of plenary

 

            Informal Networking

 

19.00    Gala Dinner in national dress and colourful outfits                                      Ladi Kwali Hall 

WIN Inspiring Women Nigeria Award 

Margaret SesayBritish, Director of Projects/Corporate & Social Events, Working Partners/Global Foundation for Women & Development

            

22.00    Dinner ends

 

Day 2  

Thursday, 24 November 

 

08.45    Registration Opens

 

09.15    Plenary: Realizing You                                                                             Room – Ball Room 1    

How we can realize our own full potential as we contribute to evolving our work and world into places where we all thrive? We ask how to find clarity, enthusiasm, commitment and care, while giving and receiving support along the way. We explore the power in being connected to others, yourself and the divine. We find the space to envision a future that benefits all.

 

Nahu GirmaEthiopian, Founder and Executive Director, AWiB

Mofoluwaso IlevbareNigerian, Confidence & Peak Performance Coach 

Gloria BurgessAmericanKeynoter and Transformational Coach, Adviser to various fortune 500 companies

Ngozi AzodohNigerian, Health Planner/Medical Doctor, Department of Health Planning, Federal Ministry of Health

Victoria Ezeocha, Nigerian, Retired Chief Education Officer

 

 

11.00    Tea & Coffee

 

11.30    Breakout Sessions/Interactive Workshops. Please choose one session to attend. Room names to be advised.

This is a time for you to re-evaluate your career and prepare to lead the way to where you are most needed. 

 

1.     Empowering Women Worldwide Forum Facilitated by Anne Pelagie Yotchou TzudjomCameroonian, Coordinator of Cefap, Ladies Circle, LADIES CIRCLE

                        This WIN Forum explores one of the most important responsibilities we have - empowering people around us. Encouraging someone to be true to them self and empowering them to realize their dreams is a wonderful gift. We can all play a role in empowering others. From standing for someone else, making space for them to be accepted for who they are, allowing them to find possibilities, we can help them inspire and the lead the way. We will look at initiatives that empower women, hear from women who empower others and look at our own opportunities for helping others. There will be a special focus on Young African Leaders. How can we empower each other by remembering to give value to empathy, integrity, receptivity, intuition, caring, sharing and resilience and ultimately by being authentic?

            

            

2.          Step it Up. By Gloria BurgessAmericanKeynoter and Transformational Coach, Adviser to various fortune 500 companies

You're ready to change it up. Maybe you're looking for a new vision, mission, or purpose. Maybe you’re seeking a new direction and strategies to help you get there. You want to step it up… and play better together. We will help you dream outside the box, reimagine who you are, and create a culture of inspiration and innovation. Lift your performance to new heights. Get inspired. Jazz is about imagination. Join us in this interactive workshop as we together step it up. This workshop is open to all. 

 

3.     The Confident Woman: Be UNSTOPPABLE at Work & Life.

By Mofoluwaso Ilevbare, Nigerian, Confidence & Peak Performance Coach, www.mofoluwasoilevbare.com

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be?" Marianne Williamson. A Confident woman is Courageous, Committed, and Consistent. She is not afraid to let her true self shine and make her voice heard. This workshop will allow participants gain new insights about authentic confidence and how to uncover your fears so you can truly DARE, DREAM and DELIVER. Through interactive exercises, training, and personal reflection, participants will be empowered to cultivate a confident lifestyle. The workshop is aimed at all professional women who want to up level their confidence and be unstoppable in business, career, family and life.  

 

13.00    Closing Lunch                                                                                      Ladi Kwali Hall


 

14.15    Networking Workshop Closing Ceremony


Join WIN’s classic networking with purpose and passion workshop as we mobilize the resources in the group and learn the importance of mentoring. Let’s share and learn how to better connect and mobilize ideas and resources in a way that accelerates careers, projects and society. Let’s become clear about some of our ideal dreams for the world, work and selves. 



Closing Remarks


 

15.30    Afternoon Tea & Coffee - The End


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