The Emerging Future of Women's Networks
Come and join us to welcome Marijo Bos, the president of the EPWN Federation and share a breakfast with other professional women.
Marijo will take this opportunity to present EPWN and share with us the future of EPWN/PWI.
As talent and diversity strategies must evolve to forge a sustainable organization in the new economy, so must women's networks. What does this mean for EPWN and PWI?
We are honored to have Ingersoll Rand International hosting us for this breakfast!
Our Speaker: Marijo Bos
President EPWN Federation / Corporate Partners
Marijo Bos has more than 20 years of experience in Talent Management with Global Service Firms and in Entrepreneurial environments. She has served as a volunteer for EPWN since 2005, Currently as President EPWN Federation, earlier as the Founding Co President Spain and a board member with the Federation identifying and managing strategic partnerships such as Mercer, Praxair, RBS, IE Business School. Marijo now leads Bos Advisors which partners with global organizations such as Duke CE and Fortune 500 organizations on executive leadership programs. She designs programs with a special interest in Talent Management, Learning Conversations, Change, Leading across Cultures and the Business Impact of Social Networks. Her program work includes programs in Europe, Middle East , Asia and the US with organizations such as Rolls Royce, Bonnier Media, AGCS, Novartis, Nike, Time Warner, Disney, Santander, Anglo American and U.A.E., program for Women Leaders in Dubai.
Marijo is a former Partner with Oliver Wyman’s Executive Learning Center as well as Russell Reynolds Associates where she led the Media and Entertainment Practice based in Los Angeles, CA. She also served as a SVP, Partner with an early stage start-up venture eCompanies – Evercore where they identified entrepreneurs and teams to lead 10 companies in the digital media space. Marijo has a Bachelor’s Degree and is an alumnus of Harvard Business Schools PMD program; she has published articles on mentoring, networking and leadership development and gender. Marijo currently lives in Spain and her passions include eco-living, outdoor activities.
Participation & how to reserve
The breakfast is open to members and non-members, men and women.
8:00 - 10:00
Ingersoll Rand International Ltd
Lenneke Marelaan 6
1932, St Stevens Woluwe, Belgium
See Map here
By Bus: Line 42 (stib) or 659( delijn) station Lenneke Mare
PAYMENT: Members: Free
Pre-registration and pre-payment (preferably via PayPal)
compulsory by 3 December 2012:
IBAN: BE49 3630 3075 2171 - BIC: BBRUBEBB
No-shows or cancellations after registration deadline will be invoiced - cancellations should be sent to (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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