The winds of change were acknowledged during the EIC’s launching event of the Women Leadership Programme on October 7, now it’s time to continue overcoming gender barriers and encourage female power. To do so, we invite you – one of the 50 selected participants of the programme – to join our dedicated training and networking sessions. These events will enhance the participants’ business skills and promote their networking beyond the EIC Community. By joining our events, you will follow a leadership development journey that will start with fundamental entrepreneurial skills, followed by more specific support in business matters. Discover our next training and networking events below, and don’t miss the opportunity to register your participation!
Training Session #4 with Jill Adams: 14 December, from 9h30 to 13h00
Learn how to define your Personal Leadership Branding
Every young entrepreneur acknowledges the importance of a good sales pitch to attract the attention of investors, customers and business partners. But when it comes to finding their own elevator pitch and exploring their Personal Leadership Branding, business leaders often overlook these aspects. Do you know what you stand for? And which values guide you as a leader? These questions can be challenging, but if you know the answer, you can stand-out in the room and during your leadership actions.
The EIC Women Leadership Programme’s Training #4 on “Improve your personal Leadership and Branding skills” will explore the importance of developing your own authentic leadership brand and presence in critical situations. You will receive a framework and process to develop your unique leadership style, as well as techniques on how to communicate effectively and consistently and on how to stand out from the crowd.
Register here (registrations are open until 10 December).
Date: 14 December
Facilitator: Jill Adams
Keynote speakers: to be defined
Duration: 3:30h (9:30h – 13h CET)
- Welcome from EIC team
- Objectives, Agenda & Participant Introductions
- Keynote 1: Speaker to be confirmed
- Baking my PIE: Introduction to concept & breakout room discussion on personal brand
- Keynote 2: Speaker to be confirmed
- Leadership Presence (in times of no presence).
Meet the Facilitator
Jill Adams is an independent trainer and coach, specialised in developing individual and team effectiveness. During the first 15 years of her career, Jill worked as a senior manager for a global FMCG company, where she implemented and led change in Engineering/Manufacturing organisations and across European-wide supply chains.
Over the last 15 years, she has worked as an independent trainer and coach providing tailor-made development programmes for individuals and groups, particularly in the Pharmaceutical and European/International Public Sector. She is passionate about the development of women leaders within organisations.
The EIC Women Leadership Programme participants have to join at least 75% of these events. These events are important steps that will mark your participation in the EIC Women Leadership Programme, so you should really strive to be present. If your participation is not possible, please inform the organisation team as soon as you can.
About the EIC Business Acceleration Services
This opportunity is brought to you by the EIC pilot Business Acceleration Services. To explore other opportunities to connect with the largest corporates in Europe, keep an eye on our events page.
About the EIC Women Leadership Programme
The EIC WLP aims to enhance skills and promote networking for women in the EIC Community. In doing so, the EIC seeks to increase the number of women-led companies created and succeeding in business, and increase diversity in innovation and tech. The EIC Women Leadership Programme will also establish several partnerships with experienced European Female organisations to deliver training and networking events that go beyond its own network, bringing unique and novel opportunities.
For additional information, please refer to our helpdesk (please choose 'EIC Women Leadership Programme' as the subject).