How to Break the Glass Ceiling
- 24 November 2020 at 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- Alumni; General
Professional women need to focus on developing leadership capability to enable career progression and successfully build strategies to negotiate challenges in order to achieve their goals.
Join our expert panel of Monash Business School alumni as they share their challenges as female leaders in male-dominated industries, and discuss effective strategies and tactics to overcome these. Panellists will discuss:
- Simple effective strategies and tactics to stand out from the crowd and move ahead in highly competitive environments
- Achieving your career goals while effectively managing the complex challenges that arise
- Getting back on track if you have taken the wrong turn or gotten lost along the way.
This panel will be moderated by Associate Professor Nell Kimberley, Associate Dean (Learning & Teaching) at Monash Business School.
Digital Innovation Leader, PWC Singapore
A Digital leader and Transformation expert, Carolyn is regularly engaged by Fortune 500 global leaders, Ivy League universities, governments and international conferences to share knowledge around Strategy, Digital Transformation, Emerging Technologies, Innovation, Digital Upskilling, Change Management, Cultural Transformation and The Future of Work. In 2019, she received the prestigious Woman of the Year award at the Women in IT Asia Awards and in 2020, she was recognised as part of the Top 100 Women in Tech (by IMDA, SCS, SGWIT and MediaCorp).
APJ Head Talent Acquisition and Diversity Outreach, Citrix Singapore
Annie has over 23 years of experience in the areas of Talent Management & Acquisition, Career Transition & Leadership Development, HR transformation, Change Management and International Recruitment.
Her accomplishments include driving the new joint venture and integration strategies for Fortune 500 - Adecco Group with the Chinese-State-Owned (SOE), reshaping Talent Management CoE for Danahar – Pall Life Sciences and as well as setting up Talent Acquisition & Talent Development & D&I CoE best practice center for Sanofi Pharmaceuticals. Her past experiences include set-up the training academy, RPO recruitment center, executive search and staffing divisions within the organizations to embed internal capabilities. She is part of the global team to building Young Talent Program and driving Women Catalyst and Diversity and Inclusion in the region.
Global Product Marketing Lead, Google San Francisco
Cindy is the Global Product Marketing Lead at Google in San Francisco where she is responsible for bringing new global innovation to market. Recognised by the industry as a leader in her field, she is passionate about leveraging technology to foster sustainable economic and social development.
Cindy has been an active participant in the Australia China community for the past 17 years. She is a Board Member of the Australia China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) a track two Dialogue for emerging leaders in Australia and Greater China affairs. Cindy was also the Executive Director of the Australia China Young Professional Initiative (ACYPI) in Greater China where she successfully established a platform for young professionals to engage in bilateral discussions and exchange.