Thursday, 28th Nov 2019, 15.00 - 17.00

Park Plaza, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff CF10 3AL

clock   1.5 CPD Hours

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Non-Members: N/A

Event Summary

An afternoon seminar hosted by the Women in CILA group exploring bias in business and why it should matter.

Both concious and unconcious bias have a huge impact on how buisness operate, how they hire, promote within and manage their staff. It also effects how individuals within those businesses approach eachother and their work. The women in CILA group have invited Mandy St John Davey to speak about her experiences of bias throughout her career. Mandy will explain how unconcious bias can be a pitfall but also at times a surprising aid when used with the art of collaboration. 

This seminar is hosted by the Women in CILA group but is open to all members regardless of gender. 

Speaker: Mandy St John Davey, National Chairman of the Women in Property  
Mandy is a property developer and entrepreneur.  After working in the corporate environment for utilities, large law firms and local government, 20 years ago she was challenged to change her own career path and found herself entering new territory, the property and construction industry.  As an entrepreneur she runs her own business, redeveloping residential property and has built a portfolio in the UK and overseas.  She is a professional mentor, striving to inspire and support other women to find their own voice with their industry.  Mandy was recently appointed to the Welsh Government Board Expert Panel Supporting Entrepreneurial Women in Wales and, in March this year become National Chairman of the Women in Property, a role she holds until March 2020.

Timings

Registration is at 3.00pm, with the seminar to start at 3.30pm. The event will finish at 4.30pm. 

Booking Info

Entry to this event is FREE and we invite both CILA members and non-members to book their places.

Event bookings are made via 'My CILA'. If you do not have a My CILA account, please create one. My CILA is available to both CILA members and non-members.

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Bias in Business - Why it matters
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