When a mother of 10 talks to a conference room full of women about leadership, we realise that a new era of leadership and professional empowerment is emerging…
Voice at The Table, a diversity and inclusion consultancy with the core aim of providing companies and their workforce with the tools to progress and contribute authentically and improving the representation of women at all levels announced that Dr Danusia Malina-Derben will be speaking at the annual event; Changing The Playing Field Conference taking place on 8th July 2016 Hogan Lovells LLP in London.
The aim of the event poses the key question; What does it take to be a 21st century leader? And recognises that the corporate landscape is changing, as is leadership. There is a need for people who lead with purpose and authenticity. Some might call it “feminine leadership”. Regardless of the name, the leaders of tomorrow are stepping up and looking towards an exciting new landscape.
So who is Dr Danusia Malina-Derben? And why has she been selected to be a main guest at such an important event? Voice at the Table explain that “as well as being a devoted mother to her 10 children, Danusia is a highly experienced and straight-talking top-leadership consultant who specialises in transforming C-suite executives into world-class leaders with unstoppable business prowess.
So what will happen on the day? Voice at the Table, founded by Rina Goldenberg Lynch, an Accredited Associate Executive Coach and a qualified ILM Level 5 trainer gives us a sneak peek by explaining that Danusia will be sharing her vision and advice on the unique strengths women and men can bring to leadership roles at this important and inspiring conference. She said; “It is so important to come together and talk about the ways in which we can harness our unique corporate strengths in productive and collaborative ways. I’m very excited and honoured to be a key note speaker at the Changing The Playing Field Conference and look forward to meeting, engaging with and learning from the inspiring delegates.”
Founder, Rina Goldenberg-Lynch has worked for 20 years as a City lawyer and executive and so has a wealth of skills that a corporate career imparts. In recent years, Rina has been working on diversity and inclusion matters (D&I), including strategy development and initiatives. She has experience coaching and mentoring women across the board in corporate, not-for-profit and entrepreneurial sectors.
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