10 Mar - International Women's Day 2020 with NZBWN and Kea NZ : EachForEqual

Written by NZBWN Events Team.

International Womens Day

EachForEqual : I Have Taken Action 

New Zealand Business Women's Network and Kea New Zealand invite you to join us in celebrating International Women's Day 2020 with a wonderful panel discussion and networking event in The Penthouse of New Zealand House.

We look to women who are creating positive and much needed change in their sectors and communities. The global pledge for IWD2020 is #EachForEqual where an equal world is an enabled world. NZBWN and Kea support this pledge by sharing with our networks the stories of women who are disrupting established industries, supporting communities, creating positive change and opportunities for women, and in doing so are taking us a step closer to an equal world for all.

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The Penthouse | New Zealand House | 80 Haymarket | SW1Y 4TQ London

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 from 18:30 to 21:30 


Kiwi Hacks – How to get promoted at work

Written by Julia Holmes.

isaac smith wbNzlrrRK4 unsplashWith the turn of a new year, many of you will be setting goals, thinking about how to move ahead in your career and how to achieve work/life balance. We are therefore delighted to bring you a 3-part series of Kiwi Hacks, featuring top tips from the Network’s own Jude Sclater, a highly experienced team development specialist. Over the next three months, Kiwi Hacks will be dedicated to addressing the most common development themes we all struggle with; how to get promoted at work; how to manage work/life balance; and finally, managing yourself and others in the workplace. So get pen and paper ready and let’s get into it!

Our Stories: Tania Bearsley

Written by Bronwyn Huband.

Our network is full of connected people, but when it comes to knowing who’s who, it’s fair to say Tania is up there with the best.Tania Bearsley 330

She has an endless supply of energy for getting involved and helping make things happen within the Kiwi Community in London, Her passion for all things Kiwi is infectious, so it’s no surprise that she has made it to the short list for UK New Zealander of the year along with Comedian Jarred Christmas.

Organised by the New Zealand Society (UK), the winner will be announced at the Waitangi Day Charity Ball on Friday February 7 in London.

Through her role as Kea New Zealand's UK and Europe Regional Director, Tania brings together her passion for people, events and networking to enable Kiwis to succeed globally. Her role is about helping individuals and businesses connect to achieve their goals.

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