We are excited to announce that the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Transport, Ruth Cadbury MP, will host a reception to celebrate women in the sector and consider how we inspire the next generation during the Year of Engineering.
In this talk, business growth specialist Tamsen Garrie will unveil a new and effective approach to creating rapport and building relationships that will transorm your results. Attending this workshop will enable you to improve existing relationships and to build new ones, enhancing both your professional and personal success.
You will leave with an enhanced level of self-awareness, new insight into the people you know best and importantly, a simple, but powerful tool to apply immediately, time and time again, to establish rapport quickly, engage comfortably and develop productive relationships with colleagues, clients, customers, friends and family - with ease.
We are delighted, once again, to be able to offer members the opportunity to experience driving a London bus. We have arranged for this to take place on a Saturday as we thought this would be more convenient.
The training session, courtesy of Arriva, will include instruction in some operational skills, safety procedures and basic tuition in bus driving (including reversing and parking). There will be an opportunity for each individual to drive the bus within the depot.
Together with Women in Health and Safety, we invite you to a panel discussion where you will hear first hand about the experiences of three senior women who have built incredibly successful careers in traditionally male dominated environments and how they overcame some of the challenges they met along the way.
Mark Lomas, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HS2 will also be talking about the innovative steps being taken at HS2 to increase female representation in the transport sector and will be joining the panel to discuss the barriers that exist for women in the industry and how they can be removed to create success for all.
This is a unique opportunity for our members to visit London Underground Emergency Response Unit Training Centre at Acton.
This behind the scenes tour will give you a real insight into the role of the dedicated team of specialists that respond to critical problems and emergencies on London Underground. As well as train breakdowns this can include major incidents such as derailments, passengers on the track and terrorist attacks.
Women in Transport is delighted to be supporting the HS2 Gender Balance Staff Network launch event,
The event will include practical learning centred on the latest findings and guides on gender balance, career development and networking and there will also be an opportunity to gain insight on the excellent work carried out recently by the Major Projects Association on gender balance.
Data and Decision Making: Together with KPMG, we invite you to our winter reception focusing on effective analysis of data to optimise business decisions, a challenge faced by most companies in the transport sector.
This is a unique opportunity for our members to experience driving a London tube train. The training session, courtesy of Transport for London, will include the chance to experience driving a tube train simulator and to travel in the driver's cab of a Jubilee Line tube train with an instructor operator
An exclusive members only workshop on motivational maps with Mark Terrell which is a tool that can be used to identify key motivators so that individuals can make better career choices and managers can successfully motivate their team.