Lean In at PrimeTime: Women Supporting Women
June 2nd Thursday
Organised by PrimeTime Business and Professional Women’s Association
How can you get the most out of women’s solidarity networks like PrimeTime and Lean In?
Uma Thana from Lean In Singapore is inspiring us during THE 2NDTHURSDAY SPOT on Thursday 14 June 2018 at 6.30pm – 9.30pm, to be held at The Living Room @ The Arts House. You will explore methods to draw on the women supporting women networks around you so that you can lean in to your life boldly and with confidence.
LEAN IN AT PRIMETIME: Women Supporting Women
- How can small circles of supporters and peer-mentors help you?
- What can different women’s networks bring to your life?
- How can you get the most out of a women’s organisation?
- Why do women’s organisations like PrimeTime and Lean In have a place in gender equality work?
- Practical: Living through a Lean In Circle
UMA THANA, Lean In Singapore Founder, will lead us through the Lean In Circles process so we can build our self-awareness by developing the practical skills needed to draw on support from others who empathise. If you feel like you are the household COO while holding down a full-time job, you’re not alone, and you can find out how others tackled these challenges to feel on top of their lives and lean in boldly.
Register now to join us on Thursday 14 June at The Living Room @ The Arts House to Lean In at PrimeTime.
About the Speaker:
Founder, Lean In Singapore
Vice President of Channels & Sales, Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) for Riverbed
Uma Thana is Responsible for defining the region’s go-to-market strategies and a key member of the leadership team, she plays an active role in shaping the company’s growth strategy. She has over 17 years of experience in business and strategic channels development in the APJ region. She is also the co-founder of Lean In Singapore and founder of Lean In Women in Technology Asia & Women which now has > 780 members. LeanIn.Org was founded by Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg to empower women to achieve their ambitions and Uma is a big part of this community of women coming together to be inspired, empowered and educated with a focus on driving gender diversity in a workplace.