Women in Energy Conference

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The 3rd Women in Energy Conference will be hosted as an official side event of the Africa Energy Indaba. With a focus to developing women in the energy sector, this event is crucial to the empowerment and growth of women.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Knowledge of how men and women can join forces to create the workplace of the future
  • Insights into the success factors of women in the C-suite and input into continuing research
  • A new approach to assimilating a new generation of women leaders into companies
  • Enlightenment around the past, present and future of women’s compensation globally
  • Awareness of senior roles in the marketplace available and being acquired by women
  • Success stories from representatives of leading companies on designing, implementing, sustaining and measuring women’s initiatives
  • The important role that demographics, labor markets and consumer behavior across industries have on the future of women in the global economy
  • New ideas and networks for building leadership capability across an enterprise including a call to action for advancing an unbiased workforce agenda leading to competitive advantage

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

The Women in Energy Conference is a valuable source of information, insights, networking and development for leaders and managers across industries, functions and company sizes, including:

Women and men in senior leadership positions within energy and related industry companies

High-potential women looking to enhance and advance their careers

Industry professionals responsible for hiring, developing and advancing an unbiased workforce

The Women in Energy Conference is a valuable source of information, insights, networking and development for leaders and managers across industries, functions and company sizes, including:

  • Women and men in senior leadership positions within energy and related industry companies
  • Women aiming to develop a career in the energy sector in Africa
  • Women energy entrepreneurs
  • High-potential women looking to enhance and advance their careers
  • Industry professionals responsible for hiring, developing and advancing an unbiased workforce