Join us on a Zoom with a difference
Keynote Speaker: Pinky Lilani
Motivational speaker, Author, Indian Food Expert and women's advocate.
Topic: The 7 Q’s of success - from IQ to LQ (likeability quotient)
CHANGE OF SCENE: Instead of a workshop, there will be breakout rooms to network with women who know the business life you lead. After 15minutes we will switch you to other rooms to meet more. (We intend organising separate Zooms for workshops later.) The session will start at 11 am and end at 12.30 pm
Pinky – so named as she was particularly pink when she was born - is Founder and Chair of several awards recognising influential women and leaders, including the annual Women of the Future Awards and the Asian Women of Achievement Awards. She was awarded the OBE for services to charity and CBE for services to women in business. She has written two books,, '’Spice Magic: An Indian Culinary Adventure’’ and '’Coriander Makes the Difference'’ combines inspiration with recipes. She has been a food development consultant with some of the major supermarkets including Sharwoods, Tesco and Safeway.
She is Founder of the Asian Women of Achievement Awards, an annual event to acknowledge the achievements of Asian women in Britain. Cherie Blair CBE QC is a Patron of the Awards and is also a Patron of the Women of the Future Awards, founded in 2006 to provide a platform for female talent in the UK. Women of the Future hosts an annual global Summit for future women leaders and incorporates an Ambassadors' Programme to connect the award winners with school sixth-formers, providing A Level students with mentors and role models. HRH The Countess of Wessex is Global Ambassador and 2020 marks the 15th anniversary of these Awards.
Pinky sits on the advisory boards of Global Diversity Practice, a provider of multi-disciplinary consultancy and learning solutions ], and Sapphire Partners, the first executive search firm to actively promote women. She is an Associate Fellow of the Saïd Business School and a British Red Cross Tiffany Circle Ambassador, Patron of Frank Water, a charity that partners with grassroots organisations in India to provide safe water
Timeline for online session
Why join this event?
Your donation gives returning citizens a chance to change direction. Potentially this provides them with hope, worth & dignity. Prison affects huge numbers of people in the UK: the 82,000 inside, the 70,000 released each year and the 320,000 children with a parent in prison. We are spending millions building more prisons when other countries are closing theirs and cutting crime. Prison, as we do it, does not reduce crime and damages our society. With the right support, advice and guidance, this ultimately gives them the skillsets & belief that they can be better, that they can become valuable contributors to society and the wider community, that they can stay out of prison. This also encourages them to learn from their mistakes, allowing them closure on past offences. This will provide them with the skills and support necessary to avoid future criminal activity. Prison isn’t full of bad people, it’s full of people who’ve done bad things and most need a chance to change. www.thecorbettnetwork.com
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Dates for 2021
April 28, June 30, Sept 29, Nov 24