We are pleased to announce the HBA European Leadership Conference 2010 Basel, 11-12 November 2010: “Beyond the Business Case for Women - Moving from Awareness into Action”
Today, the majority of European countries are in the process of considering legislation to set a quota for the number of women on the boards of major corporations.
Join us for an inspiring conference on whether forcefully increasing the number of women at the executive level a successful strategy to improve leadership. Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in the debate and listen to the perspectives of corporate board members, senior HR professionals and high potential professionals. You will engage in discussions with top-level executives on how businesses can maximise their performance leveraging their female workforce, using a variety of examples from the healthcare industry and beyond.
Publicis supports the HBA European Chapter
The conference will commence at 4 pm on Nov 11th, followed by a dinner, and will continue on Nov 12th from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm. The final and detailed agenda will soon follow.
Novartis Campus, Main Gate, Fabrikstrasse 16, Basel Switzerland.
All information on the agenda and speakers as well as how to register can be found at hbanet.org/.
About Healthcare Businesswomen Association (HBA) Europe
The HBA (hbanet.org) is the leading non-profit global organisation committed to helping women working in the healthcare sector, across all areas of functional expertise, achieve their leadership goals at any stage of their career.
The HBA is in its fourth decade and now has more than 5,700 individual members worldwide and over 100 corporate partners. The HBA Europe Chapter, founded in 2007, includes women from 10 countries in Europe representing more than 30 Pharma, Bio-tech, Device, Service companies and Academia.
The HBA offers leadership development, skill building programmes, unique networking and mentoring opportunities to members. HBA Europe organises Pan European and local events across Europe in Switzerland, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, and the UK.