Speaking

Inspirational Speaker on Gender Intelligence

At conferences, events and in leadership programmes Inge delivers thought-provoking ideas and practical insights to the audience. Inge’s talks are lively and inclusive and are based on the latest scientific research.

Inge delivers with passion because she truly believes in creating positive change for organisations by developing a Gender Smart approach. Inge uses real examples and powerful personal experiences to make the topic not only engaging for the audience, but also inspiring and thought-provoking.

Talks are carefully tailored to the occasion to ensure the talk brings real value to the audience. When embedded in a conference, event, leadership or diversity programme a talk will be especially designed to fit and enhance the message of the overall programme.

Upcoming and Recent Speaking Engagements

  • 27 September 2016, Society of Petroleum Engineers at Imperial College – Being Gender Smart in the Oil Industry
  • 17 May 2016, JUMP Diversity Hub, Brussels
  • 17 May 2016, Annual Meeting of the Women’s Network of a large Oil Company – Diversity & Inclusion – How can we do more and better than we already did
  • 21 April 2016, CWT – Women in Technology Network, Is ‘PLC You’ Gender Smart?
  • 23 March 2016 – Law firm, Gender Smart Teams
  • 3 March 2016, JUMP Forum Brussels, keynote speech ‘Is Gender Done? Can we do more and better than what we already did?
  • 1 March 2016, CIPD, London, Women in Leadership – Applying neuroscience and bio-psychological insights to leveraging female talent
  • November 2015 – Masterclass ‘Be Gender Smart’, kindly hosted by MyFamilyCare
  • October 2015 – Book Launch Masterclass ‘Be Gender Smart’, kindly hosted by Harvey Nash, Inspire Women
  • June 2015 – Make Your Own Luck! Conference – Voice at the Table Conference

 

W2O Talk Topics

Gender Smart Leadership – Applying Neuro Science and Bio-Psychological insights to Maximising Team Performance

Lambeth-Careers-Event-19-1024x637A thought provoking talk, that changes perspectives on successfully leading  mixed female/male teams. Ideal as an initiative to engage men in the Diversity and Inclusion agenda.

The talk will cover

  • Insights from the latest bio-psychological and brain research in gender difference in the workplace
  • The importance of flexing leadership style to motivate, inspire and engage both men and women
  • Real-life stories and Case Examples from top sports coaches and senior managers

Team Leaders and Managers will take away

  • A deeper understanding and appreciation of the differing needs of men and women in the workplace.
  • New ideas on maximising performance in mixed gender teams
  • Leadership strategies, directly applicable in everyday management practice

As a result managers will be enabled to better motivate, retain and empower female staff.

Best suitable for: team leaders, managers, and executives, male and female

Be Gender Smart – The Key to Career Success for Women

inge-speaking2Inge powerfully illustrates that women are different from men, but they can achieve the same results. Women are not un-business like, they just do things their own way. She inspires women to speak up about what they see, think and feel. Not because the world needs to be saved from men, but because we need both the male and female perspective.

Women’s perceptions are unique and we need just that in our organisations and our society. Inge’s view is refreshingly balanced about difference: it is to be expected, how to harness it is the art.

The talk will cover

  • Insights from the latest bio-psychological and brain research in gender difference in the workplace.
  • Key differences in working between men and women
  • How these differences tend to add business value
  • Real life stories and Case Examples from other professional women

Women will take away

  • Understanding that they don’t have to adapt to a world of business designed for men, they can just carve out their own path and still be successful
  • Increased confidence and self belief to speak up about what they see, think and feel
  • New ideas and strategies on how they can make the most of gender differences in their career

Best suitable for: professional working women, executive coaches and tutors that work with women