ANZCCJ Corporate Sponsor, The Dream Collective (TDC) is the largest network for young female professionals in Australia. They equip and empower female talents with their Emerging Leaders Program that covers subject matter trainings in Business, Communication, Innovation, Leadership & Wellness.
After success in Australia, worked with 123 corporation and transformed more than 1400 careers, TDC launched its first Emerging Leaders Bootcamp in Tokyo in 2017 with clients from KPMG, Konica Minolta, Shiseido, Suntory & Unilever.
WHY: The Japanese Government is encouraging more women to join the workforce through its “Creating a Society in which All Women Shine” initiative. The Dream Collective is here to start an important discussion on how we can equip a generation of young women in Japan with leadership skills.
Join the growing number of organisations who have implemented their own initiatives to align with "Creating a Society in which All Women Shine". We invite you to join us at a 3-course luncheon at The Peninsula, with a keynote speech from the General Manager from The Peninsula, a panel of top female executives in Japan, and meet fellow young female leaders. Together let us start an important conversation on how we can successfully equip and empower the next generation of talent, to help female talent thrive in the workforce and become leaders.
Date & time: 19 Jan 2018, 11am-2pm
Venue: The Peninsula Hotel Tokyo (Map)
Budget: JPY200,000, JPY400,000 or JPY600,000 per table of 10 including principle partner branding pre, during and post event. JPY18,000 for individual bookings.
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Agenda (total 3 hours):
- Welcome address by Sarah Liu (15 mins)
- Keynote address by The Peninsula MD Sonja Vodusek (15 min)
- Panel discussion and Q&A (40 mins)
- Hear from the young female talents (20 mins)
- Q&A & closing (30 mins)
- The Peninsula Managing Director- Sonja Vodusek
- The Dream Collective Managing Director - Sarah Liu
- Goldman Sachs Chief Japan Strategist Kathy Matsui (inviting)