JUMP Forum 2010: The Extraordinary Impact of Women in the Economy!
Join the fourth edition of the JUMP Forum that inspires hundreds of professional Women and Men across Europe, featuring the most successful Women and the most brilliant experts in gender diversity!
For Women: why YOU should attend! The JUMP Forum is the biggest single day event dedicated to enhancing the professional lives of women. Each year, it offers professional women the opportunity to attend workshops by top business leaders, network with other professional women and to think about and develop their careers.
For Companies Gender balance is above all a business issue. In a constructive and optimistic way, JUMP helps companies unlock the market and talent potential. It is simply a strategic and economic priority.
The JUMP Forum offers Women practical tools to realise their professional and personal aspirations, and supports organisations to implement a successful gender balance initiative.
Business leaders and gender balance experts will share their views, strategies and advice.
Topics include: - To quota or not to quota? Europe's best practices on policies, quotas and targets. - How to profit from a gender balanced business. - Powerful strategies for your career success. - How to find your true vocation. - Using social networks to benefit your career.
This is your chance to learn strategies for success by leaders including:
Avivah Wittenberg-Cox (Canada-France), CEO of 20-first, Consultant, Coach and Author of Why Women Mean Business and the forthcoming How Women Mean Business
Mirella Visser (Netherlands), Author of De Zijderoute naar de top and Founder-CEO of the Centre for Inclusive Leadership
Rohini Anand (USA), Senior Vice President and Global Chief Diversity Officer, Sodexo
Starting a communication agency that specializes in marketing to women is not something that happened overnight.
It is a journey filled with countless lessons, many insights and a continued curiosity about how we – women and men – live, think, work, communicate, and consume. It is about combining my knowledge and passion to help brands connect with women. Muse Communication is not about bra-burning feminism, nor about ‘women versus men’. It's about honest, relevant communication with women. Women as women, mothers, girlfriends, colleagues, children, lovers, bosses, saints or sinners.