Some of Malaysia’s prominent women business leaders, government representatives, entrepreneurs joined with international speakers will address the future of the Malaysian woman “in the boardroom and in their ambitions” at The 11th Women’s Summit organized by The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development on 20th of August.
The 11th Women’s Summit will be held at the Sime Darby Convention Centre. The summit themed “Forging Your Own Path” addresses the core question: “how do we redevelop an environment that encourages women in the workforce to excel at their ambitions?”– This reflects how women are crucial contributors to the nation’s human resource capital and the roles they play as leaders and drivers in striving to achieve their own pathway to success. The summit provides a conducive platform and forum to educate, inspire and empower.
Details to the event are as follows:
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
8.30am – 5.30pm
Sime Darby Convention Centre
The Women’s Summit series is a dynamic and energised annual event where excellent women leaders from Corporate Malaysia share their experiences; voice their concerns regarding the workplace as well as put forward opinions on how their rights could be better enshrined in legislative, economic and cultural reform. Minister of Women, Family and Community Development Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim, shares the aim of the one-day event is to bring together business women, future directors and entrepreneurs to look at other ways of perpetuating their dreams.
Among the international speakers that will be featured is Sally Helgesen – an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and consultant. Helgesen was ranked as the 15th world’s most influential leadership experts by Leadership Gurus survey and cited as one of the top 35 authorities in the field by Leadership Excellence magazine.
If interested, head on over to their website at www.womensummit2013.com and register now! The event is free but seats are limited, reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis.
(Featured Image: Women’s Summit 2011)