Our ability to sell our ideas and to persuade others enhances our influence and impact within the organisation and can help raise your profile as a valued contributor to the business. Based on time-tested principles, this workshop, run by Dale Carnegie Training, will explore how you can become more influential, both internally and with your key stakeholders across the business.
Would you like to get fit, raise money for charity or simply have fun as a team? Why not be part of the 2019 ENGIE Business Challenge at the Simplyhealth Great South Run?
This very popular 10 mile run takes place in Portsmouth on Sunday 20 October 2019.
We are delighted to invite 3 of our members to join our Women in Transport team. There is no charge for the place as our team is being funded by Engie.
Women in Transport is delighted to announce a partnership with New Civil Engineer’s Future of Roads conference in London on 3-4 July. As a member of Women in Transport you will receive 15% discount off the standard price. The Future of Roads is New Civil Engineer’s highly-established event for the UK Roads sector. This year's conference will explore major upcoming schemes and latest technological solutions shaping the sector, with high-level industry figures leading the debates.
Together with SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins, we are delighted to invite members to an interactive evening focusing on the importance of putting people at the heart of transport infrastructure design. Our keynote speaker is Caroline Paradise, Head of Design Research at SNC-Lavalin Atkins. She will talk about the innovative human-centred design engagement process that puts well-being at the heart of building design. Before the talk, immerse yourself in a real project in the pop-up tech lab with SNC-Lanvalin’s Atkins interactive virtual reality experience. After the talk, networking over drinks and refreshments.
Image Copyright SNC-Lanvalin’s Atkins.
Women in Transport is delighted to announce a partnership with New Civil Engineer’s Future of Rail conference. As a member of Women in Transport you will receive 15% discount off the standard price. The Future of Rail conference brings together clients, engineers and designers to discuss the changes, challenges and innovation coming to the rail sector.
A cross between “It’s a Knockout” and “Krypton Factor”, the event comprises a series of fun team challenges set to demonstrate the importance of diversity within the Logistics and Transport sectors and the business benefits attained when companies improve EDI.
Our partner WORK180 is offering free places for Women in Transport members for their June meetup with Make Your Ask - a bold new movement founded by negotiation expert Natalie Reynolds to provide one million women around the world with the confidence and skills to negotiate effectively and make their ask.
Women in Transport members are being offered a 10 per discount on tickets to The Rail Skills and Workforce Development Forum. This new and exciting event provides practical insight into how to overcome the critical rail industry skills shortage, exploring how to create additional incentives, including new apprenticeships schemes and programmes. This one-day event will offer the latest insight on the current skills gap and explore how to support the development of new and existing workforces. Find out how to attract new talent to the industry and how to further invest in and develop your current team and staff.
Please join us at the Annual General Meeting of Women in Transport where we will be reviewing our achievements during the past year and identifying future goals.
We would like to take this opportunity to bring you up to speed with upcoming events and current projects. The meeting is open to all members and is an opportunity to ask questions and get involved in our future plans. You will also meet some of our existing and new board members.
We have teamed up with the Aviation Festival to give exclusive access to Women in Transport members to an informal networking event with Women in Aviation. With opening speeches from Bonny Simi, President of Jetblue Ventures and Chris Browne, COO of easyJet, both incredibly successful women with inspiring stories to tell, and over an hour of quality networking, this is an event not to missed.
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.
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.