How women can effectively influence and shape their own environment [webinar]

March 5, 2015 3 mins read

We are delighted to announce that we are partnering with Ishreen Bradley for our next Success Series Webinar on Wednesday, 18th March at 5:00pm CST.

Women meet unique challenges as they progress in their careers or move into leadership roles. At Morgan McKinley we have a number of women in leadership roles throughout our global organisation so understanding and getting involved in this conversation are paramount for us. 

In this webinar Ishreen will be discussing how female leaders can use their strengths to overcome challenges and fulfil their career aspirations. She will be sharing some findings from a twelve month research programme into: 

  • The challenges faced by female leaders
  • How they can apply their strengths to the benefit of their career and life aspirations
  • What you can do to influence and shape your own environment

This webinar is a part of our wider Women in Leadership initiative which also includes research among successful female executives into what it takes for women to break through the glass ceiling. You can view our report and infographic here.

This webinar will be held on Wednesday, 18th March at 5:00pm CST. 

Register for this free event

You can follow us on Twitter @morganmckinley and use the hashtags #careerallyand #successseries to join the conversation. 

About our Guest Speaker, Ishreen Bradley, Owner, Bizas Coaching & Consulting

Ishreen coaches senior executives to develop their personal brand and value proposition to be a match for their already high intellect, in a way that is consistent with their values and the values of their organisation.

She combines more than 25 years’ blue chip experience with academic knowledge from a London Business School MBA and a Masters in Executive Coaching from Ashridge.

Her particular passion is to assist female leaders in innovation driven organisations to reach their highest potential, be inspired by who they are and be fulfilled by their work.
She is currently engaged by the MICE sector FastForward15 initiative, where she designed their mentoring programme and now coaches mentors to upcoming women in industry to be effective. She also chairs the research taskforce on behalf of WIPP International and The Pink Shoe Club to develop the UK Economic Blueprint for women.
Ishreen enjoys contributing her experience to the community through a range of non-profit organisations, including being: a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors; a Mosaic Associate; a Director of a social enterprise (Women on Purpose); and co-founder of a community organisation (Women Engaged in Building Bridges).

Her contribution to these communities was recognised through an award from The International Alliance of Women in 2013 and being chosen as a finalist in the 2014 Inspiring Hertfordshire Awards.

Download the whitepaper here on 'Female Leaders working in innovation driven organisations – How to win your game'.


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Marlon Mai
Managing Director, Greater China