HR Seminar Hong Kong: Women in Leadership
- Wednesday, 14 November 2018 - 06:30 PM
Elliott Scott HR, in partnership with Arcadia Consulting and LinkedIn are holding an exclusive ‘Women in Leadership’ forum.
We will be welcoming four fantastic panelists to debate some of the burning issues facing women and businesses today. We will discuss the progress and the challenges of developing female leaders of the future, and provide insights into the impact this can have on hiring, development, retention, performance and culture.
- Nancy Lee - Head of HR, Schroders: Nancy is responsible for formulating and overseeing the delivery of regional HR strategies. She has extensive experience in investment banking, holding leadership roles with Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan.
Nancy graduated from the University of Hong Kong and holds an EMBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a Masters degree from the University of Bristol.
- Louise Moat - COO Investment Bank, Nomura, Asia ex-Japan: Louise has spent over 30 years in the investment banking business. Before joining Nomura in 2014, she spent much of her early career at CIBC in European structured and project finance, before becoming General Manager of WestLB Hong Kong. Louise holds a BA Honours degree in Geography from the University of Oxford.
Adrian Warr - Managing Director, Edelman: Adrian is a communications consultant who has worked with some of the biggest brands in the world, and with leaders of companies like HSBC, Cathay and Mars as well as individuals such as Kofi Annan, Cherie Blair and Princess Christina of Spain.
Adrian is on the board of The Hong Kong International Literary Festival and is a committee member of The Male Allies, who are committed to driving gender equality and inclusion in Hong Kong.
Kathryn Weaver - Head of Hong Kong, Lewis Silkin LLP: Kathryn heads up the employment law practice in Hong Kong, and provides client and peer training on a wide range of employment law topics.
Kathryn has sat on the Employment Lawyers Association Training Committee for over four years, and is a member of the IBA’s Global Employment Institute. She regularly speaks at, and chairs panels and conferences.
If you would be interested in attending this event, please get in touch with Amy Pang at firstname.lastname@example.org