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Partnership Events

This page is updated regularly and comprises upcoming events and seminars which are put on by third party organisations, some of whom have alliances with CWN, such as Women on Boards and NEDonBoards.  They have been selected for the relevance of their subject matter to our members.  Registration and, where relevant, payment details are included in the outline of each event.  We hope you find them useful.

She's Electric Kent and Surrey Weekender: 18th - 19th May

Do you live in the Kent or Surrey area? If so, you may like to pop along to the following FREE event all about Sustainability. "She's Electric" are running a free weekender event where you can discover beautiful lifestyle brands, experience driving a Tesla, enjoy a bite to eat with friends and be inspired by our community of unstoppable women.

The hosts will be Jo Elvin, Former Editor-in-Chief of Glamour Magazine and Erin Baker, Vogue, Marie Claire & Vanity Fair automotive feature writer. They’ll be speaking with exceptional female founders, sustainability champions and experts all ready to share their pearls of wisdom with you.

To find out more and secure your place, please click here.

Oakleaf Event: 22nd May 

Oakleaf, one of CWN's corporate partners, is holding a breakfast panel event on 22nd May and they have kindly offered to invite CWN members. The event will be held in conjunction with Women in Leadership (WIL) and Proud HR. Join the all female panel as they explore the concept of the shadow leader. These experts will share personal experiences and discuss the balance between revealing one's authentic self and protecting well-being in the workplace, particularly from the perspective of female leaders. Participate in an insightful conversation challenging your views on leadership and self-expression while considering the intersectionality of identities. To find out more about the event and to register, please click here.

Help to Grow

Help to Grow is a £520 million government backed scheme to help owners of small and medium-sized business take their business to the next level.

Two programmes – Help to Grow: Management and Help to Grow: Digital – are designed to help business leaders learn new skills, reach more customers and boost profits:

1. Help to Grow: Management offers senior business leaders management and leadership training, delivered by Business Schools across the  UK.

2. Help to Grow: Digital offers businesses free, impartial advice on how technology can boost business, delivered through a new online platform.

To learn more, click here to watch some informative videos about the schemes.

Courses at RADA

RADA Business is the Corporate Consultancy arm of RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). They take the world leading actor training disciplines and techniques taught at the academy to the corporate world, helping individuals, teams and whole organisations enhance their communication skills and perform at their best in different workplace scenarios. 

They design and deliver a vast array of programmes. A specific area of focus is their programmes for women in business. They help women at all levels to speak up, hold their space, have the impact they desire and excel towards the next stage in their career with authenticity. 

We offer three levels of open courses, designed to specifically meet the challenges faced today by women at different stages in their career. 

1)    Stepping up with Confidence for Women – Associate Level.  Click here to learn more.
2)    Impact & Influence for Women – Manager Level.  Click here to learn more. 
3)    Executive Presence for Women – Director Level.  Click here to learn more.